Royal Canberra rejigged for Canberra Classic after fairway fiasco

Royal Canberra have avoided a pre-tournament poisoning disaster with the ALPG happy with the composite course they've put together for the upcoming Canberra Classic. There were concerns the tournament would be cancelled due to the state of some of Royal's fairways after they poisoned the couch grass to remove it. Canberra Classic winner Jiyai Shin will be playing on a rejigged […]

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Canberra Capitals tackle WNBL championship head on

When push comes to shove, it's the pre-game secret weapon that's fired up the Canberra Capitals' bid to end their nine-year championship drought. AFLW premiership coach Bec Goddard has brought more than just her winning ways in her codehop from Australian football to basketball. Capitals assistant coach Bec Goddard has brought football’s physicality to the basketball court.Credit:Sitthixay Ditthavong The Capitals assistant coach has […]

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Canberra basketballer Harry Matthew picked in development camp

Canberra basketballer Harry Matthew will have another chance to further his career when he joins the Basketball Australia development camp at the AIS this week. Harry Matthews is regarded as a star on the rise in the capital.Credit:Basketball ACT "Being invited is a huge accomplishment for me," Matthew said. "Making an Australian team has always been one of my goals […]

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Canberra export George Timotheou makes Schalke 04 first team debut

Dreams do come true. Six months ago Canberra product George Timotheou was playing park football in the NSW premier league. This week he made his first team debut at one of the biggest clubs in Europe. Timotheou came off the bench for Bundesliga powerhouse Schalke 04 when they met Russian side Zenit St Petersburg during the international break on Sunday. Canberra export George […]

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Canberra United lose first game of season at Newcastle

Canberra United have lost their first game of the W-League season after falling to the Newcastle Jets 1-0 on Saturday night. After netting six times in the opening two rounds Canberra were held goalless in Newcastle as they struggled without internationals Rachel Corsie and Refiloe Jane. Jets’ Hannah Brewer heads past the Canberra defence on Saturday. Credit:AAP Scotland skipper Corse […]

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Canberra found African imports after crazed fan sent YouTube clips

Canberra United coach Heather Garriock was pestered on social media for months by a crazed fan begging her to watch YouTube highlights of two South African internationals. After 20 messages Garriock finally relented and watched the clips of Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi. They were good. Very good. So Garriock decided to give them a crack. South African players Rhoda Mulaudzi […]

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Canberra Racing board undergoes revamp

Canberra Racing is undergoing a complete overhaul in the key leadership positions as they still consider what exact shape a potential redevelopment of Thoroughbred Park will look like. After two years as chairman, Paul Meiklejohn decided not to seek re-election at Tuesday night's committee meeting, with Canberra Southern Cross Club chief executive Ian Mackay taking over the role. Meiklejohn will […]

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Canberra imports United once more

Canberra United skipper Rachel Corsie has labelled fellow import Denise O'Sullivan one of the best midfielders in the world ahead of their season opener against Melbourne City on Sunday. The duo were teammates at Glasgow City in 2013 and five years later they've linked backed up in the capital for their maiden W-League campaigns. Canberra United imports Rachel Corsie (Scotland) […]

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