Black Caviar's trainer Peter Moody has warned that tomorrow's appearance by the mare at Flemington could be her last.
The racing legend aims for her 23rd consecutive win in the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes, but as she makes her return to racing after an eight month spell, Moody is always aware that she could be heading out for her final run.
New South Wales coach Michael Cheika says he's working on ways to ensure new attacking weapon Israel Folau sees more ball ahead of their Super Rugby opener against the Queensland Reds on Saturday week.
The Waratahs recruit has been impressive in NSW trial matches since switching to his third football code.
He has scored three tries and will go into the Reds' clash after turning in a man-of-the-match performance in the Waratahs' 16-14 loss to the Crusaders in Sydney last night.
THE REFEREE AT THE CENTRE OF THE CONTROVERSIAL SONNY BILL WILLIAMS-FRANS BOTHA BOXING BOUT HAS REVEALED HE WAS TOLD ABOUT AN ALLEGED BRIBE OFFER BEFORE THE FIGHT TOOK PLACE.
SINCE THE DEFEAT, BOTHA HAS ALLEGED THAT HE WAS OFFERED $150,000 BY WILLIAMS' MANAGER KHODER NASSER TO THROW THE CONTEST.
NASSER CONTESTED THE ALLEGATION, ASKING WHY IT HAD ONLY SURFACED A WEEK AFTER THE FIGHT.
In GOLF, NEW ZEALAND TEENAGER LYDIA KO SHARES THE LEAD WITH SOUTH KOREAN JIYAI (JEE-YAY) SHIN DURING THE SECOND ROUND OF THE WOMEN'S AUSTRALIAN OPEN AT ROYAL CANBERRA.
15 YEAR OLD KO IS FOUR UNDER PAR THROUGH SEVEN HOLES AND IS 14 UNDER FOR THE TOURNAMENT.
SHIN CARDED A SIX UNDER PAR 67.