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THERE are three reasons why Australia captain Michael Clarke decided the World Cup final against New Zealand should be his last game of one-day cricket.

THIRTY-FOUR years ago Trevor Chappell bowled a ball that won the game, sparked an international incident and helped define the trans-Tasman rivalry.

THERE is a seven-letter word on the lips of every Kiwi ahead of Sunday’s World Cup final — and it is not necessarily winning.

BRISBANE Roar’s A-League title defence is in tatters after a 1-0 loss to top six rivals Melbourne City at AAMI Park. Re-live the game in our Match Centre.

BILLY Slater is set to sign a $1.8 million deal with Melbourne Storm as he closes in on becoming the NRL’s greatest tryscorer for one club.

NSM Cinema Sport

NSM Cinema Sport is a 34-seat cinema screen, offering non-stop sporting action, screening films created especially for the National Sports Museum.

The area has been enhanced by objects from the museum’s collection, including a racing wheelchair, a collection of historic and contemporary rowing oars and javelins and promotional banners and a drum from 1940s boxing bouts.  

Entry to the above attractions is included in general admission charges.  

Racing into History poster 2014 

 

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