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R.A.A.F Amberley high-flyer selected for the Women's Brisbane Lions.

Ipswich Air Force Sergeant Maria Moloney (pictured) from the No.36 Squadron, is celebrating her draft into the 2020 A.F.L Women’s League season, for The Brisbane Lions. Sergeant Moloney has proven her worth this year, while playing as an inside midfielder, for the University Of Queensland team, and three games with The...

Ms.Dokic talks up the Barty battleplan for the Brisbane International.

Ipswich's Ash Barty will take on the World's best, including Venus Williams, when she plays at the Brisbane International in January. Former world No.4 Jelena Dokic says the event will be a great way for Ms.Barty to fine tune her Australian Open assault. The Open has been shelved until next year. Dokic believes...

Queensland Racing & the C.W.A come to the rescue for our farmers.

Queensland Racing will be throwing its support behind the 'Number 1 For The Bush' fundraising campaign, at horse racing meets in Ipswich and Toowoomba this weekend. Proceeds from the events, which will be directed to the Queensland C.W.A.’s Public Rural Crisis Fund, is to help our drought-affected farmers. R.Q General Manager, Simon...

Look out Padres, Toowoomba's Rangers are coming for ya...!

The Toowoomba Rangers have managed to maintain the pressure on the ladder-leading Wests. On the road to their G.B.L division four encounter with the Redcliffe Padres, The Rangers kept within a game-and-a-half of top spot, on the back of their weekend 16 to 1 demolition. It gives them five-straight wins, and their...

A lucky break on the grid propels Will Brown to first place...!

Toowoomba's Will Brown is still celebrating, after claiming a race one win, in round seven of the T.C.R Australia series on the weekend. There was drama even before the starter's flag at the Bend Motorsport Park, South East of Adelaide, with power steering problems leaving the leader Dylan O'Keefe and the...

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...
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