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They're not under starters orders & not racing at Toowoomba today.

Racing Queensland has abandoned its thoroughbred meet in Toowoomba today, due to an interstate participant being tested for Covid-19. It's understood Melbourne-based jockey is not currently displaying symptoms, but did share a flight with another person, who's now been diagnosed with Coronavirus. R.Q says cancelling the Toowoomba Turf Club event was the...

Glenn's lack of sight is no golfing handicap as he proved in Melbourne.

Logan's Glenn Niciejewski has won the Blind Golf Victorian Open. Glenn says he went to Melbourne to defend last year's title, and managed to do it with a record score of 97 points. The 42-year-old is currently the Australian Blind Golf champion. (Logo supplied royalty free by blindgolfqld.org)

Covid 19 clips the home match wings at the Ipswich Jets.

The Ipswich Jets will miss four home games after Queensland Rugby League suspended the season, due to the Coronavirus crisis. Q.R.L's decision follows measures introduced by the Federal and State governments, to ban outdoor events of more than 500 people, in an effort to contain Covid 19. Jets boss, Richard Hughes says...

Ipswich Basketball's latest signing will be a Force to be reckoned with.

One of Australia's top basketball players is to join the Ipswich Force. Nathan Sobey, who played for both the Brisbane Bullets and the Australian Boomers, has signed on to play for Ipswich, in the inaugural N.B.L - 1 North competition, due to start next month. It's understood the Ipswich Force's head coach...

A big match with a big message for The Ipswich Jets tomorrow.

This weekend, The Ipswich Jets will launch the opening round of the Intrust Super Cup this year as First Responders Appreciation Day, to say thanks for their hard yakka, and to honour their sacrifice for our communities. Tomorrow, The Jets play the Townsville Blackhawks with First Responders offered free entry to...

RUGBY LEAGUE: Ipswich's Ali Brigginshaw side-lined with ankle injury

(Photo: River 949's Ilija Dugandzic.) Ipswich's Ali Brigginshaw is in a race to be Origin-fit after being sidelined for up to 10 weeks with a ligament ankle injury. The Maroons captain arrived at a local International Women's Day event in a moon boot this week, after suffering the injury during an Ipswich Brothers...

Toowoomba's little madam of Muay Thai scores her first State title.

At the Muay Thai Boxing, Toowoomba's Holly Nyguen (pictured) has won her first Queensland title. Ms.Nyguen has added the State Iska Junior 48 kilogram belt to her trophy cabinet, after beating Brooke Jenkyn-Betje. The champ is now looking forward to a successful 2020 after taking out the state title. (Image courtesy of www.mta.rsportz)...

Allora's Olympic big fella has little time to 'discus' Tokyo 2020.

Local Olympic hopeful Matt Denny will be looking to qualify for his second games, at the Queensland Track Classic in two weeks. He's also taken to Facebook, encouraging those from his hometown of Allora and surrounding areas, to head to the Brisbane sporting carnival. The event will be held at the Queensland...

Great Scott...! McLaughlin receives the Power seal of approval.

Toowoomba's Will Power has given the thumbs-up to Scott McLaughlin's American Indy-Cars dream. Last month, the Supercars champ took to the track for the Indy-Car's Spring training session in Texas, where he finished third fastest. Power told Wide World Of Sports...he was impressed with a guy who spends most of his time...

Fitness & fun for her & him...get in the swim, at Toowoomba Water Polo.

Keen to build on the growing success of its junior competition, Toowoomba Water Polo plans to make more of a splash...and offer the sport to a new generation. Starting in April, the organisation will launch a social senior competition. T.W.P representative, Gina Wainwright told The Chronicle...the goal is simply to introduce new...
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