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The World Surf League arrives in Peniche, Portugal for Stop 3 of the 2024 Championship Tour.

Aussies Jack Robinson and Molly Picklum enter the water fresh from their victories in Hawaii after they took out the men’s and women’s titles of the Hurley Pro at Sunset Beach last month.

Twenty-one-year-old Picklum will have yellow jersey honours after taking control of the women’s rankings. Her closest rival is 18-year-old Caitlin Simmers – who she lost to in the women’s final of the season-opening Pipe Pro in Hawaii.

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In the men’s rankings, John John Florence leads — despite not winning an event so far — ahead of Jack Robinson. Aussies Ethan Ewing, Liam O’Brien and Ryan Callinan are all tied for seventh in the pecking order as well.

The event window runs until March 16 with a possible start time of 6:30pm AEDT each night live and free on 7plus

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Hong Kong is the setting for the second-straight weekend of LIV Golf action.

Torque GC’s Joaquin Neimann arrives to the Hong Kong Golf Club in hot form — leading the individual standings with two wins from the opening three events.

The Chilean won in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Sunday after taking out the opening event of the 2024 tour in Mayakoba, Mexico.

Joaquin Niemann is in top form heading into the next LIV Golf event in Hong Kong. Credit: Francois Nel/Getty Images

The top three teams in the teams standings have all secured a win so far this season with Bryson DeChambeau’s Crushers GC leading on 68 points ahead of Brooks Kopeka’s Smash GC (50) and Jon Rahm’s Leigon XIII (48).

Queenslander Cam Smith is the highest-ranked Aussie, tied for 20th in the individual standings with his all-Australian Ripper GC outfit currently placed eighth of 13.

Tune in from 5pm AEDT Friday to Sunday for all three rounds of LIV Golf Hong Kong on 7plus

Not one, but two nights of the ONE Championship are streaming live and free on 7plus this weekend.

The action is headlined by the all-female ONE Fight Night 20 event, hosted at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand

The ONE Championship is celebrating International Women’s Day with a card stacked with the best women’s martial artists from around the globe.

In the main event, two of the greatest strikers on the planet will collide in a ONE Women’s Atomweight Kickboxing World Title unification bout.

Reigning divisional queen Janet Todd will look to cement her status as an American kickboxing icon and cap off a decorated career in her official retirement match. But 22-year-old Thai sensation Phetjeeja Lukjaoporongtom, fresh off her 207th career win and interim championship victory, believes this is her time and intends to solidify her place at the top of the weight class.

Plus, Brazilian knockout artist Allycia Hellen Rodrigues returns in the co-main event to defend her ONE Women’s Atomweight Muay Thai World Championship against Spanish dynamo Cristina Morales

In additon, ONE Friday Fights 54 takes places on Friday night from 11:30pm AEDT on 7plus

Tune in from 12pm AEDT on Saturday afternoon for ONE Fight Night 20

Three teams remain in the race for the Northern Territory Football League premiership as St Mary’s and Southern Districts square off in the preliminary final at TIO Stadium in Darwin.

St Mary’s missed out on their first opportunity to make the grand final after losing to the Nightcliff Tigers by 11 points last weekend. Southern Districts put an end to Waratah’s season in the other semi-final after smashing them by 52 points.

The winner will face the Nightcliff Tigers, who get a break this weekend, in the highly anticipated grand final next Saturday.

Coverage begins from 8pm AEDT on Saturday night live and free on 7plus

The famous Newmarket Handicap at Flemington headlines a massive day of Group 1 racing on Seven’s Horse Racing coverage.

Featuring Imperatriz, the world’s faster sprinter, it’s sure to be a lightning quick dash down the Flemington straight.

Meanwhile in Sydney, Everest champion Think About It will start a hot favourite in the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes and star three-year-old Militarize will look to stamp himself as the best when he lines up in the Group 1 Randwick Guineas.

Tune in from 12pm AEDT on Seven and 7plus.

The nation’s best Speedcar drivers battle it out for the Australian Championship in the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series.

All eyes will be on Perth Motorplex as a crucial point of the season arrives.

Drivers from Australia and the United States have shared the title for the past four years with the USA’s Brady Bacon the reigning champion heading into the weekend.

Matt Smith from New South Wales is the last local champion after taking out the 2021/22 season title.

Tune in from 5pm AEDT on Sunday to watch all the action.

Check out the full lineup for this week below:

Friday 8/3

LIV Golf Hong Kong: Round 1 – 3pm AEDT

WSL: Rip Curl Pro Portugal – 6:30pm AEDT

MMA: ONE Friday Fights 54 – 11:30pm AEDT

Saturday 9/3

Horse Racing: Randwick / Flemington – 12pm AEDT

MMA: ONE Fight Night 20 – 12pm AEDT

LIV Golf Hong Kong: Round 2 – 3pm AEDT

WSL: Rip Curl Pro Portugal – 6:30pm AEDT

Footy: NTFL Preliminary Final: St Mary’s v Southern Districts – 8pm AEDT

Sunday 10/3

LIV Golf Hong Kong: Final Round – 3pm AEDT

Sprintcars: Australian Speedcar Championships – 5pm AEDT

WSL: Rip Curl Pro Portugal – 6:30pm AEDT

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