Is Canberra a contender or being fed more sweet FFA?
Heather Reid also revealed Canberra were close to being named as the third expansion team following a marathon board meeting on Wednesday.
There was only room for New South Welshman in ACT/NSW Country team that won the national championship this week.
All the pain medication in the world couldn't mask the mental health issues a spell from boxing caused.
The Matt Dale-trained gelding will be aiming for a breakthrough win this weekend.
Jak Willcox had nothing left. He had a "lightbulb moment" - he wanted to go.
Canberra securing an A-League licence was viewed as a crucial part to building a new stadium in Civic. What happens now?
The FFA broke Canberra hearts on Thursday. Again. So almost 10 years after the first snub, should Canberra fans believe the FFA after another promise?
Marianna Tolo and Lauren Scherf face an eternal struggle at shopping malls and they have heard every tall joke there is.
Michael Haynes will be thrown into the deep end to find a solution that does little more than paper over the cracks.
The bad news is Canberra's A-League bid has missed out on an expansion licence. The good news is they're next in line, if you believe the FFA.
Brendan Jimenez scored four tries against Scotland on Thursday morning, showing signs of being a future star.
Canberra was one of six bids competing for the two expansion licences, with a decision made at the FFA board meeting on Wednesday.
The FFA board has delayed a decision on A-League expansion, giving Canberra officials a nervous wait for a Thursday press conference.
Clark had been serving in an interim role, but will now move into the full-time position.
Canberra United will play three games in 12 days over Christmas in a stretch that will define their W-League season.
The new FFA board meeting says she has no conflict of interest and will take part in the A-League expansion vote on Wednesday.
A new national Champions League-style Twenty20 tournament looms as a huge opportunity for ACT players.
Canberra have fallen to 6-10 on the ABL season and they'll need to get moving if they're to make the play-offs
To-do list: Open pathways for disabled players and women, and expand into new areas.