It's that one-and-only night on the AFL calendar. No, the Brownlow Medal count hasn't been delayed a couple of months. It's draft night. The big occasion when the 18 clubs make vital decisions about new personnel .... decisions that can eventually result in premierships.
Chris Waller has $20 million colt Zoustar "ready to go" for Saturday's $500,000 Canterbury Stakes but he says race fitness is a concern heading to Randwick.
In the saddle Roy Higgins, MBE, a champion jockey, who died on Saturday, was power without pain.
Fiorente, with Gai Waterhouse and Damien Oliver in supporting roles, should be the focus of the promotional strategy for this year's autumn racing carnival, which entails more than The Championships at Randwick.
NSW Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has described his trip to Canberra last year as the ''lowlight'' of his debut campaign.
Anthony Milford used suggestions he wouldn't play with commitment this season as motivation on Saturday.
A concussion expert from Melbourne spoke to NRL chief executives in Auckland last month and spelt out the cold, hard facts of legal action from former players over concussion.
It was the first time during Steve Price's three-season reign at St George Illawarra that the Dragons managed to run in more than 40 points in a match.
Glyn Schofield is making a habit of winning the $275,000 Black Opal Stakes after he became the first jockey to win back-to-back Opals since Mick Dittman in 1989.
Daniel Holdsworth joined Cronulla as a back-up option in the halves but will make his return to the NRL as the Sharks' first-choice playmaker.
Granville TAFE students involved in the making of Australian-Lao film The Rocket are thrilled with its international success.
A teenage girl has been charged over an alleged armed robbery in Granville last year.