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Penrith brings down competition leaders St George Illawarra to the tune of 28-2, while the Sydney Roosters and Rabbitohs both record convincing wins.
The Giants' woes continue as they go down the Bombers, while the Cats register a win at home against the Blues, and the Tigers and Swans also celebrate victories.
Rugby league immortal Andrew Johns calls for a four-week suspension for Melbourne's Sam Kasiano, saying the forward's "dog shot" on North Queensland's Johnathan Thurston should be knocked out of the game.
After a stirring fight through qualifying, Bernard Tomic will meet play fellow maligned Australian Nick Kyrgios for the first time in the first round of the French Open.
Storming ahead on gravel roads among banks of snow, Team Sky rider Chris Froome produces one of the rides of his career to move from fourth to first in the Giro d'Italia general classification.
Transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey, who was banned from playing in the AFLW, now has her sights set on the top echelon of another sport.
Collingwood is in the top eight ” at least temporarily ” after overcoming a slow start to beat the Western Bulldogs at Docklands.
The ICC cautions players against wearing communications devices during games after spotting some Pakistan players wearing smartwatches during an England-Pakistan Test.
More pain for the Cowboys, who go down by the smallest margin to the Storm in Townsville, following Canberra's dramatic win over Manly.
The fact that the AFLW now doesn't have a single female head coach in its ranks suggests pathways for aspiring women coaches in all codes remain limited.
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