Teenagers bash man with poles in South Melbourne, breaking his eye socket

Teenagers bash man with poles in South Melbourne, breaking his eye socket

Posted March 24, 2018 11:05:45 Photo: Police are searching for the teenagers, who are believed to be aged between 16 and 18. (Supplied: Victoria Police) Map: South Melbourne 3205 Police are searching for seven teenagers who bashed a man in South Melbourne with poles after demanding he hand over money. …

South Africa v Australia: David Warner abused by spectator as tourists slam ‘disgraceful’ crowd

South Africa v Australia: David Warner abused by spectator as tourists slam ‘disgraceful’ crowd

Posted March 24, 2018 10:54:59 Video: David Warner taunted by a fan after being bowled (ABC News) Related Story: Australia claws back in ‘topsy-turvy’ game with spectator drama Related Story: As it happened: Paine, Lyon’s sensational rearguard makes tail swing for Australia Cricket Australia (CA) has lodged a formal complaint …

South Africa v Australia: Tourists claw their way back in ‘topsy-turvy’ game with spectator drama

South Africa v Australia: Tourists claw their way back in ‘topsy-turvy’ game with spectator drama

Updated March 24, 2018 09:51:16 Photo: Morne Morkel and the South African team celebrate Usman Khawaja’s dismissal. (AP: Halden Krog) Related Story: As it happened: Paine, Lyon’s sensational rearguard makes tail swing for Australia Related Story: Cummins stands and delivers as Aussies trouble Proteas in Cape Town Test Another day, …

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day three as it happened

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day three as it happened

Updated March 12, 2018 02:48:31 A tremendous century from AB de Villiers and an afternoon bowling onslaught has South Africa tasting victory in Port Elizabeth, but a late fightback on day three has Australia still a chance and leading by 41 runs. The Aussies closed play at 5-180, with Mitch …

South Africa v Australia: De Villiers sparkles on day three in Port Elizabeth, but hope remains for tourists

South Africa v Australia: De Villiers sparkles on day three in Port Elizabeth, but hope remains for tourists

Posted March 12, 2018 07:16:55 Photo: AB de Villiers celebrates his remarkable century. (Reuters: Mike Hutchings) Related Story: Australia not done with yet, but Proteas in box seat after day three Related Story: De Villiers takes on Australia’s bowlers, leaving second Test beautifully poised For two full days in Port …

South Africa v Australia: Cricket authorities know player behaviour has failed the pub test

South Africa v Australia: Cricket authorities know player behaviour has failed the pub test

Updated March 12, 2018 09:24:04 Photo: Cricket Australia has acknowledged player behaviour needs to improve. (AP: Themba Hadebe) Related Story: Hinds: Matthew Lodge return doesn’t pass the smell test Bitter sniping on the field, stairwell threats off it; barrel-chested send-offs and, most pitifully, South African officials aiding and abetting the …

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day four as it happened

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day four as it happened

Updated March 12, 2018 23:12:39 The hosts bundle Australia out before lunch on day four thanks to more brilliant bowling from Rabada, before cruising to victory with six wickets to spare. See how it unfolded in our blog. Topics: sport, cricket, south-africa, australia First posted March 12, 2018 18:29:55 Source …

South Africa v Australia: Proteas romp to victory after cleaning up Australia early on day four

South Africa v Australia: Proteas romp to victory after cleaning up Australia early on day four

Updated March 13, 2018 08:14:38 Photo: Mitchell Marsh’s dismissal in the first over of the day made Australia’s chances even slimmer. (Reuters: Mike Hutchings) Related Story: South Africa chases down small target to claim victory in second Test, as it happened In the end, it was over quickly. Overnight, we’d …

South Africa v Australia: Kagiso Rabada guilty of making contact with Steve Smith, to miss rest of Test series

South Africa v Australia: Kagiso Rabada guilty of making contact with Steve Smith, to miss rest of Test series

Updated March 13, 2018 10:30:02 Video: Rabada suspended for Steve Smith bump (ABC News) South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been found guilty of bumping Australia’s Steve Smith on day one in Port Elizabeth, and will miss the rest of the Test series. Rabada was charged with a level …