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What the jockeys said after the 2021 Doncaster Mile – Racenet

The James Cummings-trained Cascadian gave Jamie Kah a maiden Sydney Group 1 victory in the $3 million Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick on Saturday.

Top-four tussle: hopes and fears in race for Champions League spots | Premier League

3. Leicester, Pl 30 Pts 56 GD +19Optimist’s view: Brendan Rodgers’s team have evolved since last season, when they lost key players in...

Blues at the centre of theme song furore as racist origins surface – Fox Sports

Blues at the centre of theme song furore as racist origins surface

Canberra trainer under scrutiny for joining Panthers-Raiders melee

Penrith officials were left stunned on Saturday by video footage of a Canberra trainer getting involved in Friday night’s second-half melee.The 65th minute...

What the jockeys said after the 2021 TJ Smith Stakes – Racenet

The Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip produced a performance for the ages when giving his opponents a touch up in the Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) at Randwick...

Bulldogs extend their AFL winning run

Tim English was the star turn in a three-pronged tall forward set-up as the Western Bulldogs continued their unbeaten start to the AFL...

What the jockeys said after the 2021 Australian Derby – Racenet

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Explosive Jack proved too tough when taking out the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) at Randwick on Saturday.

Transfer Centre: Broncos finally relent and release Reece Walsh to Warriors – Fox Sports

The Warriors have completed the signing of Brisbane fullback Reece Walsh ahead of schedule.

Adelaide Crows to host AFLW grand final after defeating Melbourne Demons by 18 points – ABC News

The Crows score a three-goal victory over Melbourne to give themselves a shot at a third AFLW premiership, while the Lions qualify for the season decider following...

Reigning surfing world champions Carissa Moore, Italo Ferreira win first WSL event of year at Newcastle – ABC News

Reigning women's and men's surfing world champions Hawaii's Carissa Moore and Brazil's Italo Ferreira win the first World Surf League event of the year in Newcastle....
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