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Will the Poms be 'Stayers' at the Ipswich Turf Club this weekend?

Winx's trainer will be eyeing off success at the Ipswich Cup meet this weekend.  Chris Waller (pictured) has accepted 'Vassal' and 'Loving Home' in the Stayers Cup Open Handicap at Bundamba.  Both imports are from Great Britain, which have already enjoyed much success on the track, and hoping to take home the...

A first for Indigenous sport & State Cricket...and about time too!

Toowoomba quick Brendan Doggett (pictured), is on the cusp of becoming the first indigenous player, to represent Queensland in 30 years.  The 23-year-old is the only fresh face to be named in The Bulls' one-day cup squad, and is a chance of featuring in the tournament opener against South Australia at...

Jason calls it a 'Day' with his long-time caddie of almost 2 decades.

Beaudesert golfer Jason Day says his indefinite split from his long time caddie, will last until at least November's Australian Open.  Yesterday, the World No.9 revealed he had temporarily parted with Colin Swatton (pictured)...Day's caddie and swing coach of 17 years.  Jason's high school mate, Luke Reardon is on the bag for...

A Singapore tennis tournament welcomes a dynamic duo.

Ipswich's Ash Barty has received a further boost to her breakout season, with news she and partner Casey Dellacqua have qualified for the season-ending doubles championships.  The 21-year-old has also moved up in her singles ranking to No.37 in the world.  It'll be a debut performance for the pair at the Singapore...

Swinging, bounding & balancing galore for our Regional Gymnasts.

Darling Downs gymnasts will compete in the Gymnastics Queensland Junior State Championships in Brisbane this weekend.  More than 1,000 competitors...including those from Allstar Gymnastics Academy, Garden City P.C.Y.C Gymnastics, Glennie Gymnastics and Warwick's Gymnastic Club will put their sporting prowess on display, at the Sleeman Sports Complex Arena.  The competition, which will...

Goodna's Eagles soar, Fassifern's Bombers crash in the Grand Final.

Goodna's Eagles have sealed back-to-back titles, after putting in a commanding performance, to take out the A-Grade Grand Final win over Fassifern's Bombers on the weekend.  Coach Laurie Campbell said his big guns put on the pressure from 'go to whoa'...to ensure their 32 to 14 point victory at North Ipswich...

M.P's put money where their mouths are, ahead of Grand Final footy.

All bets are on for two local state politicians, in the lead up to the Premiership A-Grade final between the Goodna Eagles and the Fassifern Bombers this weekend.  Lockyer M.P Ian Rickuss and Bundamba M.P Jo-Ann Miller have both put up $250 a piece, if their team wins the Grand Final...

Knee injury against Norths grounds a Bomber for the Grand Final.

Star Fassifern Bombers five-eighth Aaron Adcock has been ruled out of the A-Grade Grand Final clash with Goodna, due to a knee injury.  It's a massive blow to the minor premiers' premiership hopes.  Adcock, the competition's leading point scorer, was injured early on in the 40 to16 preliminary final win over Norths.  The...

Mitch has the itch to get out there & do some serious slam dunkin'.

A fit and feisty Mitch Young is itching to take to the Court with the Brisbane Bullets in Logan later this month.  The Bullets will take on the Illawarra Hawks on September 22nd at the Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre, as part of their pre-season schedule.  The Daisy Hill and Shailer Park...

Our Western Pride are the 2017 N.P.L Queensland Champions!

In local soccer, the Ipswich-based Western Pride Football Club have ended a 31 year drought, and are the 2017 National Premiership League Queensland Champions, after a last-gasp goal against Moreton Bay United at the weekend.  Five years after entering the comp, the Pride scored a 2-1 win at Briggs Road on...