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Waratahs win inaugural women's title

The NSW Waratahs women have played out 90 minutes of hard-hitting, entertaining rugby to claim the inaugural Super W title over rivals the Queensland Reds women

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Waratahs captain describing the moment she kicked the match winning penalty in the Super W final.

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In extra-extra time, after 90 minutes of play, the Waratahs women have claimed the inaugural Super W trophy with Ash Hewson kicking the winning penalty goal 16-13!

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Football

Kerr: Matildas pumped for Cup Final.

Australia forward Sam Kerr is excited to take on Japan in the Asian Cup Final.

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SportsCenter: #espnWtop10.

Relive the top 10 plays of the week in women's sports from the Boston Marathon to NWSL and more!

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COMMONWEALTH GAMES

The hits and misses of Gold Coast Games

Twelve days of intense competition have drawn to a close on the idyllic Gold Coast, with Australia regaining its Commonwealth dominance.

Games officials could have helped collapsed runner

Scottish runner Callum Hawkins should have received help as soon as he came to grief in the Commonwealth Games marathon, respected international athletics official Brian Roe says.

New Zealand claim Games sevens double

New Zealand created history on Sunday by sweeping the Commonwealth Games sevens gold medals.

WWE

Rousey puts submission hold on Stephanie.

The night after WrestleMania, Ronda Rousey appears to make amends with Stephanie McMahon, but instead Ronda puts her in a submission hold.

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COMMONWEALTH GAMES

India let off with warning over needle issue

India have been let off with a strong written reprimand by the Commonwealth Games Federation, finally bringing the needles issue to a close.

From country girl to Commonwealth Games.

Australia Sevens star Demi Hayes sits down with ESPN's Stephanie Brantz, discussing her journey from a camp-drafting country girl to professional rugby player at the Commonwealth Games.

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Yes, the Women's Final Four was the best ever

With all four No. 1 seeds, it could have ended in a predictable Final Four. Instead, this past weekend was the best women's college basketball has ever seen.

Irish's Ogunbowale hits shot of a lifetime ... again

Ogunbowale had struggled with her shot all game, and Notre Dame's final play was designed for a teammate. So how did Ogunbowale, confidence never wavering, end up hitting the greatest last-second shot in championship game history?

Ogunbowale's 'Mamba Mentality' lifts Notre Dame to title.

Arike Ogunbowale's last-second, game-winning shots in the Final Four and title game lead the Fighting Irish to their second national championship.

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Miss State earns second straight trip to women's final

Teaira McCowan had 21 points and 25 rebounds to help Mississippi State reach the national championship game for the second straight year with a 73-63 overtime win over Louisville on Friday night.

Mississippi State heads to title game with OT victory.

Victoria Vivians scores 25 points to help the Bulldogs reach the national championship game for the second consecutive year with 73-63 overtime win over the Cardinals.

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Remembering the night Mississippi State slayed the 111-0 UConn Huskies

Mississippi State faced long odds and a tortured history when it met UConn in the 2017 NCAA tournament semifinal. Those in the arena recount how the Bulldogs pulled off an upset that was a year in the making.

Notre Dame beats UConn on last-second shot

Arike Ogunbowale's jumper from the corner with 1 second left lifted Notre Dame to a 91-89 overtime victory over UConn on Friday night in the national semifinals.

Breaking down Notre Dame's upset over UConn.

Rebecca Lobo, Kara Lawson, and Adam Amin talk about the clutch plays from Notre Dame that let to their exciting overtime win over UConn.

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Female assistants have big presence in Final Four

As high profile as the head coaches are in Columbus, the coaching staffs at their disposal are no less impressive. Eleven of 12 assistant coaches are women.

mma

Ronda Rousey focusing on present, moving on from past

Ronda Rousey was the UFC's first women's champion and MMA's most dominant fighter. But that was in the past, and she's not interested in that anymore. Rousey is in the WWE now, doing what is making her happy.

Rousey describes 'falling out of love' with MMA.

Ronda Rousey tells Brett Okamoto that she is looking for "an honorable way out" of MMA as she transitions to a career in the WWE.

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WWE

Monday Night Raw Results: Lesnar and Rousey get upper hand, Undertaker no-shows again

There's only one more Raw until WrestleMania and while all the pieces are essentially in place, John Cena remains without an opponent.

espnW

Venus Williams' secret to success? Keep it simple

At this point in her career, you'd think Venus Williams would have many distractions, but as she showed Monday in another win at the Miami Open, her focus continues to be solely on the tennis court.

Upcoming Serena Williams' documentary

Serena Williams was in a sharing mood on Monday -- posting a very cute photo with her daughter, Alexis, as well as the trailer for her upcoming HBO documentary series.

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