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GOING from being fierce opponents on a Sunday to teammates on a Monday morning isn’t always the easiest thing to do – just ask Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Hobart Hurricanes wicketkeeper Emily Smith has been suspended for a year for posting the Women's Big Bash League team's line-up on social media an hour before its scheduled release, Cricket Australia said on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rugby Australia (RA) chairman Cameron Clyne will not seek re-election at the governing body's annual general meeting in March and will step down from his role, RA said on Monday.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Inter Milan and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku said he had anticipated having to deal with racism when he moved to Italy's Serie A at the start of the season and wants tougher action from Uefa, European football's controlling body, to root it out.
(Reuters) - A Romanian amateur cricketer who became a cult figure after footage of his unorthodox bowling style went viral on social media is set to fulfil his dream of playing a match in Australia after finally being granted a tourist visa.
LONDON (Reuters) - England forward Raheem Sterling, left out of the team for Thursday's 7-0 win over Montenegro at Wembley following a clash with team mate Joe Gomez, backed the Liverpool defender after he was booed by some of the crowd.
(Reuters) - Football has long mixed with politics in South America but the refusal of Chilean players to play a friendly against Peru in sympathy with anti-government protesters has taken action and awareness to a new level.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva has been suspended for one match and fined 50,000 pounds ($63,980) over a Twitter post concerning French team mate Benjamin Mendy, the Football Association (FA) said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Competing at the Olympic Games is the dream of most athletes but Indian wrestler Ritu Phogat has always wanted to script a different destiny.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian boxing was in shock on Sunday after local fighter Dwight Richie died in a training accident at the age of 27.