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Monday, October 15, 2018

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    Cricket team smashes 596 off 50 overs, bowls… - news of today

    Cricket team smashes 596 off 50 overs, bowls out opponents for 25

    An Adelaide cricket team sets what is being described as a potential world record in the women’s game by smashing 596 runs in a limited overs match.

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    West Coast forward Liam Ryan back in trouble… - news of today

    West Coast forward Liam Ryan back in trouble with police after domestic dispute

    Less than a week after he was fined and disqualified from driving, West Coast Eagles forward Liam Ryan is investigated and issued with a temporary restraining order over a domestic dispute in Kalbarri.

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    China is forcing its top footballers to… - news of today

    China is forcing its top footballers to complete a military bootcamp

    Chinese football’s governing body turns to military drills in its latest attempt to fulfil President Xi Jinping’s goal to make the country a great football power by the turn of the century.

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    Mick Schumacher follows in his father’s… - news of today

    Mick Schumacher follows in his father’s footsteps to win F3 title

    Mick Schumacher, son of seven-time F1 champion Michael, has taken another step towards a career in top-level motorsport by winning the European F3 title.

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    Usain Bolt could be the cream to the A-League’s… - news of today

    Usain Bolt could be the cream to the A-League’s cake

    Whether it was against Macarthur South West United or Real Madrid, Usain Bolt’s double for the Mariners put the A-League front and centre ahead of kick-off — and he’s not the only story worth following, writes Richard Hinds.

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    Diamonds go down to Silver Ferns in shock… - news of today

    Diamonds go down to Silver Ferns in shock Constellation Cup loss

    Australia’s two-year winning streak against New Zealand comes to an end, with the Silver Ferns comfortably defeating the Diamonds 55-44 in the third Constellation Cup Test.

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    Tiny Gibraltar enjoys historic first… - news of today

    Tiny Gibraltar enjoys historic first competitive football win after anthem blunder

    Gibraltar’s Nations League match against Armenia gets off to a rough start when its anthem is mixed up with Liechtenstein’s — but the tiny territory has the last laugh, grabbing a first-ever competitive international win.

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    Trampolinist sets sights on Tokyo Olympics - news of today

    Trampolinist sets sights on Tokyo Olympics

    Getting to the Olympics is a dream many athletes aspire to — and for one South Australian trampolinist things are starting to fall into place. But she says the sport isn’t one that brings a buck to Australian athletes.

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    The female trailblazers of Australian sport - news of today

    The female trailblazers of Australian sport

    To mark the International Day of the Girl, hear the stories of the remarkable women who have trailblazed their own path in sport and opened up the possibilities for others.

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    ‘Will I walk again?’: Australian soccer star’s… - news of today

    ‘Will I walk again?’: Australian soccer star’s battle back from horror on-field spinal injury

    In the moments after a collision left Australian international Hayley Raso with three broken vertebrae, she feared she may never walk again. Two months later she is back working towards fitness and a place at next year’s World Cup finals.

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    When the deployments stop, it’s sport helping… - news of today

    When the deployments stop, it’s sport helping veterans on their ‘darkest days’

    In regional towns across Australia sport is an important thread binding communities together, but for veterans living with injuries and PTSD, being on a team is even more important. That connection can be a lifeline.

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    Kangaroos’ new era starts with shock loss to… - news of today

    Kangaroos’ new era starts with shock loss to New Zealand

    Playing without a number of its experienced stars for the first time, a new-look Kangaroos side suffers a surprise loss 26-24 to New Zealand in Auckland.

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