Self-confessed liar and big-noter John Camilleri was quizzed about a text message he sent claiming he knew of a Melbourne Cup winner that was "on cobalt and EPO" when cross-examined by Sam Kavanagh's lawyer, Tony Hartnell, during an inquiry at Racing NSW headquarters on Wednesday.
Daniel Lane NBA star Joe Ingles will use his break from the hardwood for the Utah Jazz to sit in the bleachers and cheer on his fiance - and respected member of the Australian team - Renae Hallinan in the Netball World Cup when it starts in Sydney on Friday night.
Rupert Guinness Wallabies captain Stephen Moore has sent a letter of support to the Diamonds as Australia's rugby and netball teams prepare to face arch rivals New Zealand at Sydney Olympic Park this weekend.
Rupert Guinness Wallabies inside centre Matt Giteau is wise enough in both age and experience to understand the dangers of saying there are weaknesses in the All Blacks game that can be taken advantage of.
Peter FitzSimons A "disaster," if we lose this fourth Test, and the Ashes with it? No, a disaster was what happened at Gallipoli's Lone Pine, 100 years ago on Thursday, to the day, when in the course of that battle, we suffered 2200 Australian casualties, a quarter of them killed.
Jesse Hogan, Nottingham Michael Clarke is forcing the selectors to make a call about his future after the Ashes by making it clear he won't walk away from international cricket.
Jesse Hogan, Nottingham Alastair Cook is desperate to "lead from the front" at Trent Bridge and do something he has yet to do in any of his 13 preceding Ashes Tests as captain of England: score a century against Australia.
Jesse Hogan, Nottingham They are giants shoes to fill, those of Jimmy Anderson. But Stuart Broad is a well-credentialed understudy.
Phil Lutton Emily Seebohm has learnt to deal with pressure just as the AOC urges other sports to take the heat off Australia's swimmers in Rio.
Jesse Hogan As one Ashes captain, Michael Clarke, enters the Trent Bridge Test amid intense speculation over his future his England counterpart, Alastair Cook, is quietly closing in on an ignominious batting streak of quintessential "specialist captain" Mike Brearley.