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.
Only 25,525 went to Royal Randwick on Saturday for an outstanding program on a brilliant day, confirming racegoing is struggling to be a popular spectator sport in Sydney.
Adelaide continued its recovery as the GWS Giants visit to the top eight ended with a mauling at Adelaide Oval yesterday, but the fall-out may be great for both sides.
James McDonald chalked his 21st group 1 winner when It's A Dundeel proved too strong in Saturday's Queen Elizabeth Stakes, but it was also a confirmation of his coming of age as a jockey.
NSW journeyman Stephen Hoiles says the Waratahs have attitude on their side as they prepare to fight hard for a finals spot during the next eight weeks.
Australia's Caroline Buchanan has shaken off the rust from a year-long absence from the BMX World Cup circuit with victory in the season opener in Manchester.
The Giants head to the Adelaide Oval to face the Crows in No.1 draft pick Tom Boyd's first game.
Canberra teenager Nick Kyrgios' strong injury comeback has continued after he advanced into the final with a come-from-behind semi win over Daniel Kosakowski on Sunday.
Collingwood recruit relieved to be back playing again after an on-going battle with osteitis pubis.
Williamstown's recruits are only just starting to hit their straps after punishing Richmond by 70 points in their second win of the season at Burbank Oval on Saturday.