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Amajimbos confident ahead of trip to Namibia

The South African National Under-17 side, Amajimbos are oozing confident ahead of their trip to Namibia for the Four-Nation tournament which commences this week.

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Silver for Diamond at Tucson World Cup

Dual Olympic gold medallist Michael Diamond (Salamander Bay, NSW) has won the silver medal over the weekend at the ISSF World Cup event in in Tucson, USA.

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Banyana Banyana battle back to hold Zimbabwe

A never-say-die attitude by Banyana Banyana saw them come from behind to draw 2-2 with rivals Zimbabwe in an entertaining friendly international at Dobsonville Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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Australian underage squads selected following Nationals

The country’s most promising netballers have been selected in the 17/U and 19/U National Development squads following the conclusion of the 2014 National Netball Championships at the Waverley Netball Centre in Melbourne.

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India 'A' to tour Australia in July 2014

The India ‘A’ squad will tour Australia in July-August 2014. The team will play two four-day games against Australia ‘A,’ and participate in a limited-overs Quadrangular series, featuring South Africa ‘A,’ Australia ‘A,’ and Cricket Australia’s National Performance Squad.

This tour is a part of the exchange programme that has been initiated by BCCI along with Cricket Australia and Cricket South Africa to provide increased exposure to our upcoming players and an opportunity to familiarise and compete in overseas conditions.

It will be interesting to see which players from the current first team setup are included in the India 'A' squad, considering the ICC World Cup will be played in Australia next year.

Aussie Women rewrite the history books

In an Olympic-class field, Victorians Laetisha Scanlan and Catherine Skinner have rewritten Shooting Australia’s history after winning gold and bronze in the women’s trap at the first World Cup event of the year in Tucson, USA.

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Cricket Australia 2014 Indigenous Scholarship holders announced

Cricket Australia has today announced the four players who will receive a 2014 Indigenous Scholarship to help accelerate their cricket development.

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Catherine Cox announces retirement from netball

Australian Diamonds and Melbourne Vixens shooter Catherine Cox has called time on her illustrious netball career, announcing her retirement from international and domestic competition on Friday.

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Austrian cross-country skier Johannes Duerr fails anti-doping test at Sochi 2014

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today announced that Johannes Duerr of Austria has been excluded from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. Duerr, 27, tested positive on 22 February for the banned substance recombinant erythropoietin (EPO).

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Polish bobsledder Daniel Zalewski fails anti-doping test at Sochi 2014

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today announced that Daniel Zalewski of Poland and his four-man bobsleigh team have been excluded from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. Zalewski, 22, tested positive on 22 February for the banned substance N-ethyl-1-phenylbutan-2-amine.

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