The joy on Melbourne City officials faces when the final whistle brought to an end a bruising and highly entertaining FFA Cup semi-final triumph over Melbourne Victory was infectious.
Michael Lynch Melbourne City dumped holders Melbourne Victory out of the FFA Cup in a pulstating semi final, winning 2-0 in front of nearly 16,000 fans at AAMI Park to set up a final at the same venue in the last week of November against Sydney FC.
Michael Lynch 'It was just blatant, don't try and cover it up, insulting people's intelligence,' says Kevin Muscat of referee's decision.
Larissa Nicholson Fan group North Terrace will stop actively supporting Melbourne Victory, but has not made a clear statement as to what has prompted its latest protest.
Scott Spits This is arguably the highest profile match in the short history of the FFA Cup: Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park.
Michael Lynch Two schoolboys – one from Melbourne Victory, one from Melbourne City – could play telling roles as their sides vie to face Sydney in the FFA Cup final next month.
Phil Lutton The Sky Blues coach says a revamped training schedule has paid dividends as their high-pressure football sees them soar to the top of the A-League ladder.
Dominic Bossi Western Sydney Wanderers were cruising to their first win at their new home ground before two howlers by goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne cost them.
James Hall Three Canberra United players selected to represent Australia.
Dominic Bossi Western Sydney Wanderers' midfielder Kearyn Baccus isn't taking anything for granted after finally working his way back to where he was supposed to be.
The Smith Family’s iTrack program has the potential to change lives.
Derby will warm up for next year’s enduro world series by staging a round of the Tasmanian gravity ...
An Elster Metering employee says the closure of its Youngtown foundry did not come as a surprise.
Melbourne's Ceres are riding the wave of their latest release.
The government's long-awaited restructure of Forestry Tasmania has been met with scorn.
The Northern Tasmanian Football Association has voted to admit NEFU clubs Bridport and East Coast Swans next season