TheAge - Sport Rabada fronts six-hour appeal hearing in desperate bid to play 2018-03-20T01:49:11.000000000+11:00 South Africa's attempt to have their spearhead's ban lifted now rests with the ICC's judicial commissioner after marathon video conference. Payouts to cyclists mount as more slip on resurfaced Goodwill Bridge 2018-03-19T23:04:27.000000000+11:00 Confidential settlements have been reached with cyclists who claim they slipped and injured themselves or damaged their bikes on the bridge. Four years on it's a very different scenario for Socceroos and coach 2018-03-19T22:46:09.000000000+11:00 For Ange Postecoglou, the March friendlies in 2014 were the end of his beginning as Socceroo boss. For Bert Van Marwijk, they are the beginning of the end. Clubs, big end of town feature in Rugby Australia board nominations 2018-03-19T22:00:00.000000000+11:00 Hayden Rorke and John Wilson have been nominated to fill vacant seats on the Rugby Australia board. Mitchell Starc under injury cloud ahead of third Test 2018-03-19T21:15:39.000000000+11:00 The Australian fast bowler has a calf issue and must prove his fitness by bowling at training at Newlands on Tuesday. Anderson, football club cling to leagues club control 2018-03-19T21:09:00.000000000+11:00 Canterbury have narrowly avoided descending into boardroom chaos as the Bulldogs' newly elected football club board clung to its leagues club majority. Not just a pretty face: Tahs pay tribute to Izzy on the grind 2018-03-19T20:12:59.000000000+11:00 Israel Folau did not score a single try for the Waratahs this week but his finger prints were all over their rousing six-try victory over Melbourne. Cordner plays down clash with Pearce and Knights' former Roosters 2018-03-19T20:00:00.000000000+11:00 Roosters skipper Boyd Cordner reckons it’s just another game. Mid-season trade, draft system put on hold 2018-03-19T19:39:36.000000000+11:00 The AFL has all but ruled out introducing mid-season trading or drafting this year and appears set to bring in at least one of those major changes in 2019. VRC faces fair work claim from former racing manager 2018-03-19T19:32:03.000000000+11:00 Former VRC racing manager Martin Talty is set to lodge a claim to the Fair Work Commission following his departure from the club last month.