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UPDATE: James Sutherland, ICC react to third Ashes Test spot-fixing claims

UPDATE: James Sutherland, ICC react to third Ashes Test spot-fixing claims

21 hours ago

The ICC has reacted swiftly to allegations of spot-fixing which have marred the lead-up to the third Ashes Test in Perth today.

Five talking points from Australia vs England, second Ashes Test

Five talking points from Australia vs England, second Ashes Test

6 Dec 2017

Never in doubt, right?

Tim Cahill leaves Melbourne City with Russia 2018 on the horizon

Tim Cahill leaves Melbourne City with Russia 2018 on the horizon

6 Dec 2017

Tim Cahill has agreed to part ways with Melbourne City, leaving the A-League club effective immediately.

FFA has congress reform voted down, FIFA intervention looms

FFA has congress reform voted down, FIFA intervention looms

30 Nov 2017

The immediate future of football governance in Australia has been cast into disarray. The FFA’s proposed congress model was voted down at Thursday afternoon’s annual general meeting, paving the way for FIFA to take temporary control of the game in the country.

BREAKING (again): Jarryd Hayne leaving Gold Coast, Titans reportedly set to confirm exit later today

BREAKING (again): Jarryd Hayne leaving Gold Coast, Titans reportedly set to confirm exit later today

30 Nov 2017

UPDATE: The Gold Coast Titans have announced they have officially released Jarryd Hayne from his contract with the club, clearing the path for him to return to the Parramatta Eels in 2018.

Five talking points from Australia’s first Ashes Test victory

Five talking points from Australia's first Ashes Test victory

27 Nov 2017

It was tighter at times than many Australian fans expected, but Australia have still cruised to a comprehensive victory over England in the first Ashes Test, defeating the Old Enemy by ten wickets in Brisbane.