Westfield W-League 2019/20: Round 10 - Sydney FC Women v Brisbane Roar FC Women (Full Game)
Westfield W-League 2019/20: Round 10 - Sydney FC Women v Brisbane Roar FC Women (Full Game)

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W-League Sydney FC Women vs Brisbane Roar Women 0-0 Full Highlights (Round 10) 16.01.2020
W-League Sydney FC Women vs Brisbane Roar Women 0-0 Full Highlights (Round 10) 16.01.2020

W-League Sydney FC Women vs Brisbane Roar Women 0-0 Full Highlights (Round 10) 16.01.2020 #SydneyFCWomen #BrisbaneRoarWomen #Soccer.

Round 10 of the #WLeague kicks off tonight as Brisbane Roar make a second trip to Sydney in the space of a week, this time taking on Sydney FC at Leichhardt Oval. Kick-off from 6.30. Team news coming up. #SYDvBRI 📾 (Twitter- @SydneyFC)

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Auckland Tuatara V Brisbane Bandits Round 10 ABL 2020
Auckland Tuatara V Brisbane Bandits Round 10 ABL 2020

Join us for an inside look into final exciting round of the Australian Baseball League at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland. The Auckland Tuatar took on 4 time ...

⛈⛈⛈ Ominous signs but first pitch still expected at 4pm in the final #ABL game of the regular season between Canberra and Sydney. Tune in live then at .

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Team, Place & City Details

Brisbane Capitals

Brisbane Capitals is a NBL1 North club based in Brisbane, Queensland. The club fields a team in both the Men's and Women's NBL1 North.

Hampden–Sydney vs. Randolph–Macon rivalry
Hampden–Sydney vs. Randolph–Macon rivalry

The Hampden–Sydney vs. Randolph–Macon rivalry is a sports rivalry between the Hampden–Sydney College Tigers and the Randolph–Macon College Yellow Jackets.

2014 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
2014 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 2014 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team represented Hampden–Sydney College in the 2014 NCAA Division III football season. It was the Tiger's 120th overall, the 39th as a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

2013 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
2013 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 2013 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team represented Hampden–Sydney College in the 2013 NCAA Division III football season. It was the Tiger's 119th overall, the 38th as a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

2015 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
2015 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 2015 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team represented Hampden–Sydney College in the 2015 NCAA Division III football season. It was the Tigers' 121st overall, the 40th as a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

2016 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
2016 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 2016 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team represented Hampden–Sydney College in the 2016 NCAA Division III football season. It was the Tigers' 122nd overall and 41st as a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

1892 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
1892 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 1892 Hampden–Sydney football team represented Hampden–Sydney College during the 1892 college football season. In the fall of 1892, William Ford Bull brought together the first official football team at Hampden–Sydney.

1926 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team
1926 Hampden–Sydney Tigers football team

The 1926 Hampden–Sydney football team represented Hampden–Sydney College during the 1926 college football season. The 1926 team was coached by Yank Bernier in his ninth season as the head coach of the Tigers.

North Sydney Bears

The North Sydney Bears are an Australian rugby league football club based in North Sydney, New South Wales. They compete in the New South Wales Cup, having exited the National Rugby League following the 1999 NRL season after 90 years in the Sydney competition then two in the NRL. The Bears are based on Sydney's Lower North Shore, and have played at North Sydney Oval since 1910.