Morgan Pilley admitted after almost 24 hours in the bike saddle his mind was just about turned to mush at the Clarence Valley Ride For Youth on Sunday.
GRAFTON cricketer is embracing responsibility at Gold Coast Dolphins
A COACHING change 'threw spanner in the works', but Rebels are ready for next year with two big names in Clarence Valley rugby league to return to South Grafton
CLOCKTOWER Hotel Brothers will look to in-form opener Lawrence to guide the side home when their clash with South Services resumes at McKittrick Park next week.
AFTER the Tucabia top order struggled to fire with the bat, it would be left to a wagging tail to help the side to a respectable total of 191.
CHEVALLEY swapped out his wicketkeeping duties to take the new ball for the Coutts side and finished with a handy three wickets as they bowled Westlawn out.
TWO thousand race goers celebrate Tabulams annual race day with stylish fashion and food.
AFTER bouncing back form a tough loss to Brothers, Tucabia will be oractically full strenght against table-topping Easts.
THE NSW state title fight will also double as a chance at redemption for Grafton pugilist Adam Stowe.
AFTER a narrow loss against Lawrence last week, Harwood are keen to bounce back when they face Maclean United this afternoon
Former Parramatta Eels star Nathan Hindmarsh was flooded by fans young and old during a visit to Bunnings Grafton on Thursday
LAWRENCE aussie rules star Georgia Breward is well on her way to returning to the field.
MOOSE and Pottsy go behind the sports desk to discuss the tragedy of the Melbourne Cup, and welfare in the racing industry.
VOTE now for the People's Choice Clarence Valley Choice Sportsperson of the Year and get your tickets from Yamba Golf and Country Club.
THE ripping offspin of Brad Scott has led South Services to a dominant 64-run victory under lights at McKittrick Park.
WHILE the sky had turned dark and turbulent for the Jacaranda Cup, the heat had not left the Grafton Racecourse as Impregnable stormed away from the field.
IT WAS 12 months of heartache, washed away in an instant for the 50-year-old surfer as he celebrated among his peers on Turners Beach.
MORE than 50 years ago, a "devoted man of land" donated $500 to a horse race. It was the start of an event that now draws thousands of people.
THE club started major improvement works, but then ran out of money.
ANGOURIE surfer making most of national tour at Bells Beach break.