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Jets fall to the Bears at home.

    The Ipswich Jets have sadly lost to the Burleigh Bears 16-22. The Jets were first to cross the try line and were leading at half time but two tries after the hour mark saw them take the points home.Next week The Jets are at home to the Redcliffe Dolphins who are...

Three games at Ipswich Eagles AFC

  The Ipswich Eagles AFC are hosting three games today looking to secure all three wins. The men's ressies get underway at 12pm with the senior men's at 2pm both taking on the Wynnum Vikings. The women's game starts at a 4:45pm against the Moreton Bay Lions.

Jets looking to take on the Bears

  The Ipswich Jets are back at home and looking to pull an upset win over the Burleigh Bears. The 8th placed Jets will be looking to defeat the 2nd place Bears and break a losing streak at their home ground.Kick off is at 6pm at the North Ipswich Reserve with the...

A big basketball climb ahead for Toowoomba's Mountaineers.

The Toowoomba Mountaineers are hoping their player Daniel Sims will lift them off the bottom of the ladder, when they head to the Sunshine Coast this weekend. The Mountaineers have slumped to 10th on the standings, after losing their last game to Logan Thunder. Mountaineers Director, Jim Gouldson says Sims will play...

Look out Ms.Barty, Ipswich has another Tennis number one!

As Ash Barty looks to Wimbledon, another Ipswich local is preparing to defend his world title on the tennis court. Archie Graham (pictured) is currently the men's singles world champion for Athletes with an Intellectual Impairment. He's won the world title not once, but four times, proving Ipswich produces world class tennis...

First a lengthy ban, now fraud charges for a Toowoomba horse trainer.

Ben Currie (pictured), who was the State's most successful horse trainer, is now facing criminal charges, after being hit with the longest ban in Queensland's horse racing history. Detectives arrested the Currie in Toowoomba yesterday, after a 14-month investigation into alleged cheating. Police allege Currie engaged in "systematic fraudulent behaviour" from November...

Our Ash nails it...World No.1 & just in time for Wimbledon!

Ash Barty has become the first Australian woman to claim the World Number One tennis ranking in almost half a century, after winning her third title of the 2019 season. Our Ipswich talent thumped German Julia Goerges 6-3, 7-5 in the final The win not only secures her World Number One ranking,...

Barty on her way to the final

    Ash Barty has made her way to the final of the tennis event in Birmingham.Barty defeated Czech Barbora Strycova 6-4, 6-4 sending her to the final for the second time after her 2017 effort. A win for Barty would see her move to the number one ranking in the world. 

Barty two wins away from Number 1

    Ash Barty is now only two wins away from the number one ranking in the world.Barty defeated Venus Williams 6-4 and 6-3 to reach the semi finals of the Grasscourt Tennis Tournament in Birmingham.  

Ipswich's French Open champion keeps her eye on the No.1 prize.

Ipswich's Ashleigh Barty is just three wins away, from becoming the first Australian woman in 42 years, to hold the World Number 1 ranking. With her ninth successive victory...a 6-3, 6-1 triumph over American Jennifer Brady...our French Open champion can overtake Naomi Osaka at the head of the rankings, if she...
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