ALMOST 200 cyclists will tackle the 2015 Crowe Horwath Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic on Saturday, October 24.
The under-15 girls finished runners-up in Division Two on Monday.
Couple finish ninth and 18th in Ironman championships.
"It is good to be up there recognised with the best umpires"
Wanderers new recruits both hit half-centuries
Billy Kerr stepped up to join regular opener Matt Dougherty.
South Australia paceman Kane Richardson said his fellow bowlers were looking forward to playing Tasmania on a bigger outfield at Blacktown Oval.
The Redbacks are welcoming the chance to play at Blacktown Oval.
Brisbane plans to play keepings off star Ferreira.
Mongolian Khan is well placed to win back-to-back Caulfield Cups.
Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood will contest the Australian Open.
Geelong has set pace in the trade period getting Patrick Dangerfield
With the preliminaries out of the way, the World Cup gets serious.
LOWER Clarence has signed former NRL player Ryan McGoldrick as captain-coach for the 2016 NRRRL season in a bid to put its dark days to bed.
Golden try is the answer.
High Schools Touch Competition kicks off big week for Yamba Touch.
Corey Parker has won his third Broncos player of the year award.
WAYNE HEMING completes his review of the 2015 NRL season.
It’s been a dizzying 12 months for Broncos utility Kodi Nikorima
APN’s rugby league expert Wayne Heming continues his review of 2015
If the lead-up to the league’s annual meat market is anything to go by, the winds of change are about to blow as hard as ever.
Tom Bell officially requested a trade to the Lions yesterday.
After a drama-filled off-season, Brisbane Roar went into the opening round of the A-League campaign with more questions hanging over it than any other team.
Wanderers coach has to get results
Melbourne City will back its chances against Sydney FC.
Are the Socceroos still in a good position to make the World Cup?
FFA has changed its voting process for the Johnny Warren Medal
Socceroo Carl Valeri will have big boots to fill.
Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is putting the heat on his players.
“THE young blokes weren’t getting a fair go,” Gympie cricketer Ross Chapman recalls.
Coutts Crossing had two sides battling for third grade supremacy
“Ben Shaw is going to have another good year for us.”
Bowlers spring ambush on one of premier league's favourites
“Four of us got past 10 but no-one kicked on to get that big score.”
Steketee has taken out Marcus Stoinis in the Matador Cup
Chris Lynn says season-ending shoulder surgery is still an option.
Bill Haas what it takes to win Cup for mum
The horse fell as they approached the 600m mark of the race