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The Pride will have to wait a little longer to silence The Roar.

The Western Pride's National Premier League season opener with the Brisbane Roar has been postponed. The Pride were to set to begin their round one clash with the Roar on Saturday, but it's been delayed after it was found the fixture falls only 24 hours after Brisbane face-off against the Western...

Despite searing conditions, The Bandits bring The Cavalry to a halt.

The Brisbane Bandits have notched up a gruelling win against The Canberra Cavalry. In the scorching heat, The Bandits secured a 9 - 5 victory, seeing them lock up the series - 2 games to 1. The Bandits will next face the winner of Perth vs.Sydney, to hopefully claim their fourth championship...

Canberra fight back to set up a big decider against the Bandits

  The Canberra Cavalry have clawed one game back against the Brisbane Bandits with all eyes looking at the decider today at Holloway Field.The Cavalry bounced back from their 18 - 1 thrashing on Friday night to a clinical 8-6 win.The two teams face off again today at 12:30pm with the...

Josh slips on the Jets jersey again for Ipswich's upcoming season.

Former Jet, Josh Cleeland (pictured) has re-signed with the Ipswich team for the 2019 season. Cleeland was previously with The Jets, when they won the premiership in 2015. The 27-year-old has spent three years on N.R.L books with Cronulla, and most recently...Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs. He's told The Q.T...he's looking forward to getting back...

The quarter-finals beckon Barty, after an ace wins over Sharapova.

Ashleigh Barty is vowing to "stay in the moment" as the hype builds, after the 22-year-old's first-time foray to a grand slam quarter-final at Melbourne Park. Barty is within three tantalising wins of becoming Australia's first Open singles champion in 41 years, after staging a stirring fightback to beat Maria Sharapova,...

Coolana hockey talent prepares to 'stick' it to them in Goulburn.

For the past six years, Somerset hockey player Adriana Silcock (pictured) has represented Queensland across seven tournaments, at the national indoor hockey titles. But next week, she's looking forward to the challenge of playing in the state's Open Women's squad, for the first time. The 22-year-old from Coolana has competed in under-18's...

Ashleigh's 'Barty party' remains on a roll & heads to the 3rd round.

Two straight sets victories to open the tournament, and through to the Australian Open third round for the third consecutive year...it’s all going well so far, for Australia’s top-ranked tennis player, Ipswich's Ashleigh Barty. The 22-year-old is not even letting the illness of her coach affect her plans or preparation. Ms.Barty notched...

Barty belts out a straight sets win in Round 1 of the Aussie Open.

Ipswich's Ashleigh Barty is off to a flying start, after winning her first round match at the Australian Tennis Open, by making short work of her opponent, Thailand's Luksika Kumkhum. Ash was ruthless on Margaret Court Arena, winning 6 - 2...6 - 2 in less than an hour. (Image courtesy of www.efe.com)...

Ms.Barty's all set to size up her Thai opponent at the Aussie Open.

Ipswich's Ash Barty will be on court tonight, when she takes on Thailand's Luksika Kumkhum, on day one of the Australian Tennis Open. MS.Barty, fresh off her gruelling loss to Petra Kvitkova in the final of the Sydney International, says she's primed and ready for the tournament...adding she's had one of...
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