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Hales and Thunder storm home to snap losing streak

After what has been a moderate Big Bash campaign by his standards, Hales brought up his 50 from 28 deliveries before being caught in the deep shortly after for 55. Hales took a real liking to Qais Ahmad early on and smacked the Afghan spinner for three boundaries in an …

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Latrell signing delayed with Roosters and Rabbitohs locked in stand-off

As first revealed by the Herald, Mitchell has agreed to terms with the Rabbitohs for 2020, on a deal worth about $580,000. Rose said that it was now “tough” to estimate when the contract will be finalised due to the stand-off. Loading “It’s not [a timeline] that we are in …

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Goffin produces huge ATP Cup upset, beating Nadal in two sets

Nadal lost focus as a result of the Aussie heat, with both players soaked in sweat by the middle of the first set. Even after the sun went down in the first set, the temperature still remained at 30 degrees at Olympic Park at 8.30pm. At one point, Goffin had …

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Sydney FC avoid slipping on banana peel against Newcastle Jets

To Sydney’s credit, they got the job done with depleted stocks. They had eight players unavailable and started the match without four regulars – Luke Brattan, Brandon O’Neill, Rhyan Grant and Michael Zullo – and remained clinical with the few chances they could muster. Sydney took the lead in the …

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Luring Latrell from Roosters to Rabbitohs is something to Crowe about

As first revealed by the Herald, Mitchell has agreed to terms with the Rabbitohs for 2020, on a deal worth about $580,000. The Roosters have paid him just over $116,000 since November 1, and continue to make noise about wanting the money back before he is released. Loading Souths have …

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As the day unfolded: ‘mega-fire’ forms after multiple blazes merge

RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons said that “In essence we know it will be a long, difficult day and night. We expect the wind shifts to occur later tonight, but also in the early hours [of Saturday morning] across these regions. “We won’t know the extent of the impact until early …

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Perth students take to streets in nationwide climate action protest

Hundreds of climate activists have taken to the streets of Perth as a part of a nationwide action to protest Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s response to the bushfire crisis. Perth university group “Uni Students for Climate Justice” promised to disrupt business in the CBD as a part of their demonstration. …

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Your weekend in Melbourne January 11 to 12

Vanessa Amorosi. ROCK Australian singer Vanessa Amorosi performs her new album, Back To Love, one of her most intimate works yet. She touches on themes of self-respect and speaking up, as seen in her single Hello Me. Saturday, 8pm, Caravan Music Club, 1 Victor Road, Bentleigh East, $64-$67, caravanmusic.com.au INDIE …

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Taipans beat Breakers in ‘mini-final’ to move to third

It appeared the visitors would be the winners until imports Scott Machado and DJ Newbill took the game by the scruff of the neck. Machado hit a long three-pointer and Newbill made clutch buckets in the final two minutes to seal victory. The Taipans shot just four three-pointers for the …

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Cairns Taipans win NBL thriller against NZ Breakers

Machado hit a long three-pointer, while Newbill made clutch buckets in the final two minutes to seal victory. The Taipans shot just four three-pointers for the match – their lowest tally of the season – but still managed to find a way to win against a Breakers side that came …

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