HE IS the loudest man on the field, and Joel Moss is not afraid to take the fight to Macksville in the preliminary final.
'A LOCAL derby on the final round of the season with it all on the line, it doesn't get any better than that.'
THE back pages have been flooded with NRL coaching movements rather than the football, is it time we stopped allowing them to switch mid-year?
EVERY club in the Group 1 junior rugby league competition will be represented as the minor and major semi-finals take place tomorrow in Lismore.
WHILE he might be more at home paddling along the Clarence River, it did not stop Grafton Rowing Club member Earl Cruickshank from mastering the Thames.
FROM the moment he turned 10 years old, Townsend footballer Ethan Piper has only had one dream; to become a professional footballer.
NORTH Coast Cricket Council wants commitment for clubs as they aim to introduce East Coast Premier League.
IN Back of the Net this week, JENNA THOMPSON catches up with Maclean Bobcats premier league star Sean Potter who recently returned from the trip of a lifetime.
IT HAS been a long road to the ITU World Triathlon Championships for the team at SwiftMultisport Yamba - for some, it has been thousands of kilometres.
RUMOURS have been running hot in local league circles that South Grafton are in talks with a former three-time premiership-winning coach.
IT'S boom or bust for the Maclean Bobcats this weekend, and Westlawn will be more than happy to send them packing.
THE Tigers have more than 13,000 reasons to celebrate the community, after the people came together to help out Bags.
"Umpires get a rank as we go through the week and our top two umpire the final and I was one of them, which was good.”
AFTER representing NSW at the School Sport Australia Boys 16 and Under Championships, the Grafton pair are set to tour Europe
AUSTRALIANS will finally be able to tune into next-generation television broadcasts later this year.
WHILE the curtain has come down on the rest of the club, the Under-18s continue to give Magpies fans something to cheer about.
MACLEAN Bobcats coach Dennis Mavridis was caught in two minds after his side inflicted the worst punishment of the season on local rivals Grafton United.
THE depleted Bears, who were missing almost half their squad through other commitments, were outclassed in all facets by the Northern Star.
BEARS midifelder Justin Alford has capped his sixth-straight gold medal effort with NSW Country, with selection for Australia.
GRAFTON looked in control for the first 20-minutes before a dangerous Vikings came to life after the break.