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A new crew to help make Jason's Day at the golf in Mexico.

Beaudesert's Jason Day will be one of four Aussies in action, when the weather-affected P.G.A Tour event tees off in Mexico. Day, who's ranked 29th in the World, has recently added a golf trainer, a physio trainer and a new caddie to his team - for the fourth time this year. He...

'Country' footy trio from Toowoomba are being closely watched.

A trio of Broncos-contracted youngsters from Toowoomba are now being considered as rising stars, after their impressive performance at the recent City-Country clash. Brayden Paix, Keanu Wright-Dunrobin and Shaun Packer helped Country to a 38 to 4 thrashing of St.Mary's at Dolphin Stadium. They're now being considered as players the N.R.L clubs...

Another well-deserved award for Ms.Barty's trophy cabinet.

Our local World Number One tennis champion, Ashleigh Barty has been named Queensland’s Young Australian of the Year for 2020. The 23-year-old from Ipswich has become a household name, after winning her maiden Grand Slam singles title at the French Open this year, and scaling the summit of women’s tennis. Ms.Barty’s father,...

Hey, look who's up for the President's Cup in December.

Beaudesert's Jason Day has been locked in as a 4th Australian member of the International team, for next month's President's Cup. International captain, Ernie Els confirmed Day, who's the former World Number One, as one of his four captain's picks for the event at Royal Melbourne. Adam Scott, Marc Leishman and Cameron...

Ash will need her A-game to face the big guns at the Aussie Open.

The big names are lining up to challenge Ipswich's Ash Barty in her home tournament, The Australian Open, in January. Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova, and three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber have signed on to play in Brisbane, joining former World No.1 Naomi Osaka in a top class field. Meanwhile, Ashleigh's...

A lifeline for The Bushrangers prompts the call for more players.

After a gut wrenching defeat in the recent elimination finals for a place in next year's South East Queensland Bowls Premier League, the North Toowoomba Bushrangers have received a reprieve and a late invitation to submit a registration, following the shock withdrawal of longtime competitors, Booval Swifts Ipswich. A meeting of...

Stand aside Steve Austin...Ipswich now has a $6 million woman!

Ipswich's Ash Barty has capped off an incredible year, with victory in the decider of the W.T.A Finals tournament in China. The World number one downed Ukraine's Elina Svitolina in straight sets: 6 - 4, 6 - 3. Ashleigh pockets the biggest ever prize money awarded in men's or women's tennis -...

After a 7 year hiatus, Newtown's Lions will kick-off & roar again.

The Newtown Lions will return to Toowoomba Rugby League's A-Grade competition in 2020. It follows a successful season for The Lions in the second division, after claiming the premiership and Presidents Cup. The Newtown team was removed from the competition in 2012, due to poor player numbers. (Image courtesy of www.da-dk.facebook.com)

'The Hornet' vows to face 'Pretty Boy' again in a pre-Christmas bout.

Jeff Horn's camp has confirmed the former world boxing champion will take on Michael Zerafa, in their anticipated re-match in Brisbane on December 18th. The stage is set for a fiery clash, after 'The Hornet' demanded a re-match with Zerafa, following his shock loss in Victoria in August. (Image courtesy of www.facebook.com)...

And this year's City Of Ipswich Senior Sportsperson Award goes to...

Andrew Campbell (pictured) has been awarded the City of Ipswich Senior Sportsperson of the Year Award...despite being absent to collect his accolade. The 27 year-old locally born-and-bred baseballer is currently in Japan playing for the Australian baseball team, and has the chance of starring for his country, when baseball returns to...
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