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APOEL in final eight of Champions League

The fairy tale continues for APOEL Nicosia in Europe as the Cinderella of the Champions League eliminated Lyon in the penalty shootout and reached the last eight of the competition

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The week that was A League

Peter Kokotis looks at the last week of the world game and the bizarre events that transpired with the Cold Coast team.

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Checa wins Phillip Island superbikes

Reigning superbike world champion Carlos Checa recovered from a massive crash in race one on a Ducati to easily win the second race at Phillip Island.

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The circus

In this Three Sides to Every Story, J Spiropoulos looks at the circus surrounding Clive Palmer.

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Maroussi take first win of season

The weekend’s action in the Greek Basket League was dominated by the first win this season for Maroussi and the injury to Panathinaikos forward Mike Batiste, who may miss the Cup F

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Optus fails to gag Demetriou

Optus has lost a Federal Court case in which it tried to stop AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou criticising its new mobile television recording service.

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A Spartan Glendi

The Greek-Australian Aussie Rules Football team – the Hawthorn Spartans – mingled with Americans, Asians, Germans, New Zealanders, Australians, English and many thousands of Greeks

Daytona 500 fire and rain

In the Daytona Beach Sprint car series opener, Matt Kenseth won his second Daytona 500 from Dale Earnhardt Jr. second, and Greg Biffle third, as a late caution added two extra laps

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Socceroos make it to the next stage

Ben Hudson examines last week’s win by the Socceroos against Saudi Arabia.

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Skapetis signs with Queens Park Rangers

Petros Skapetis has been signed to English Premier League club, Queens Park Rangers on a professional contract.

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