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Agar 'heartbroken' for great mate Bancroft

Ashton Agar believes his great mate Cameron Bancroft will bounce back from his suspension.

Sport podcast: Can Canberra support A-League, Raiders and Brumbies?

Join the Nosebleed Section for the latest on Canberra's A-League bid, the Raiders form struggles and the Brumbies' Super Rugby woes.

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Eagle Yeo in doubt for big bird clash with Hawks in Melbourne

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Yeo carried his injury through the second half in the Eagles stirring win over Richmond and emerged a day later with a compression bandage on his knee.

Monday, May 21

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VRC links with Ascot, Goodwood and Breeders Cup on new media platform

The VRC is looking to maximise its sponsor exposure and the value of its media content through a new deal with World Horse Racing, a new digital media company.

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Japan, Hong Kong, Dubai ... can Hayes now triumph at Ascot?

Redkirk Warrior bids to give David Hayes a career highlight win at Royal Ascot in what would be a fairytale return home for the former English-trained galloper.

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Inside the Socceroos' lavish World Cup base for World Cup camp

Brisbane Times / Sport

Australia have begun preparations for Russia at a world-class training centre in the middle of a golf course and a luxurious beach resort on the Turkish coast.

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Grounds for concern: Manuka Oval, a sporting ghost town

Part one of our investigation of Canberra's lack of sports facilities.

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Grounds for concern: Are AFL Canberra's days at Manuka Oval numbered?

Manuka Oval will host five NEAFL games and four AFL Canberra first grade matches before teams shift to the redeveloped Phillip Oval in July.

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Agar ready to put new spin on career

Brisbane Times / Sport

Ashton Agar hopes he can enjoy a regular berth in the Australian Test and one-day teams over the next year.

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Canberran Sam Burridge wins 50km ultra-trail race in Blue Mountains

It marked the 34-year-old's first major win after only taking up running six years ago.

Sunday, May 20

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Grounds for concern: Manuka Oval, a sporting ghost town

Part one of our investigation of Canberra's lack of sports facilities.

Grounds for concern: Could 'super stadium' be on cards for Canberra?

A new stadium in Civic could have the ability to host all football codes and cricket as part of an evolving plan for the city.

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Magpies left with questions as Lightning claim vital away win

Collingwood is left with questions after a heavy-hearted Sunshine Coast Lighting beat them on Sunday.

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Carl Valeri could ride into the sunset a two-time A-League champion

Brisbane Times / Sport

The Canberran is considering retirement as he will be 34 by the time next season starts.

Canberra Brave bounce back from tough week with big win

They dispatched the Perth Thunder at home on Saturday but couldn't back it up on Sunday.

Yass Magpies end West Belconnen's unbeaten start after soft send off

Yass skipper Jacob Toppin was sent off for a late tackle in the dying stages of the Canberra Raiders Cup clash at Kippax on Sunday.

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Tuggeranong United complete remarkable 4-3 comeback win against Monaro

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Tuggeranong scored four goals in the final 22 minutes to secure the memorable win in the Canberra premier league on Sunday.

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VRC bosses hope for a magical Melbourne Cup story

Brisbane Times / Sport

Flamboyant British owner Marwan Koukash dreams of Melbourne Cup glory with his improving stayer Magic Circle as VRC lines up challenge.

Saturday, May 19

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Boom Time scores with ease - and stable mate looks to follow same path

Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time was simply too good for his rivals at Flemington - and the Hayes camp hope they have unearthed a similar type in Sin to Win.

Swifts sharpshooter hoping for happy homecoming in Perth

Rookie shooter Sophie Garbin returns to Perth this weekend for the first time as a NSW Swift.

The end of the Bushrangers? Such is life

Brisbane Times / Sport

If a sporting team wants to survive in our competitive marketplace it can’t just be the polished result of a marketing brainstorming session.

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Melham keeps his cool, Santa Ana Lane does the rest in Goodwood

Ben Melham has landed his third Goodwood aboard Anthony Freedman's Santa Ana Lane.

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Off the canvas: How Madeline Groves conquered her year from hell

The butterfly star had the world at her feet after the Rio Olympics, but 2017 turned into a nightmare. Now she's on the way back.

J-Mac makes double-quick return to Saturday grade

Comeback jockey James McDonald rode two winners in his return to Saturday riding on a day when the winners were shared around.

Hockeyroos veteran Edwina Bone playing on to avenge Olympic heartbreak

Bone will play her 150th game for the Hockeyroos in a clash against arch-rivals New Zealand on Sunday.

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Pedro Rolando masterclass lifts Royals to win against Queanbeyan

Brisbane Times / Sport

The Argentina recruit showed his class with an 18-point haul at Campese Field, helping Royals win the Bob Hitchcock Shield for the first time.

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Canberra junior Mikey Katsoulis signs with Central Coast Mariners

Brisbane Times / Sport

The Gungahlin United winger impressed playing for Canberra Untied in the National Youth League last season.

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Monaro Colts edge closer to CRL country championship defence

Brisbane Times / Sport

The Monaro Colts have moved one step closer to defending their Country Rugby League under 23 country championships title.

Lightning already proving a winner for Storm

Brisbane Times / Sport

The Sunshine Coast Lightning haven't had the best start to their second Super Netball season, but their presence is already helping the Melbourne Storm.

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Belconnen beat Queanbeyan to breakthrough for first Netball ACT win

Belconnen's Samantha McPhee top scored with 34 goals in a tight victory.