Grafton Redmen players Dom Bullock and Ed McGrath have been selected in the Mid North Coast Axemen squad to compete in the NSW Country Championships in Warren.
CAPPED 31 times for the national team, the move will make Douglas ineligible to be picked for Australia once he is based overseas.
A JOCKEY has been thrown from his mount and trampled in a fall at the Clarence River Jockey Club
THE Daily Examiner Shield rugby league competition will be held across three nights with the finals under lights at McKittrick Park on Wednesday, June 27.
GRAFTON has lost a host of players from its undefeated premiership-winning squad including the experience of former NRL five-eighth Clint Greenshields.
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CLARENCE Valley BMX Club hopes to finish as one of the top clubs in Australia this week, as they compete at the Australian National Championships
CHRIS Hemsworth’s onscreen superpowers were no match for a powerful wave in Canada, which the Aussie superstar soon — and very painfully — found out.
RUGBY union historian GARY NICHOLS weighs up the top game breakers to wear numbers 12 and 13 for the Grafton Redmen.
CHANGE in tactics works a treat for Grafton trainer Neville Stewart who allowed Jack Strikes Back to sit back and choose his moment to strike.
ILUKA batsmen had no answer to the wily antics of Terry Jansen and James Micallef in the LCCA second grade preliminary final.
David Cammpbell's gelding maturing into a good horse
WHILE a move to Port Macquarie has sparked a scintillating run of form, jockey Ben Looker will always call Grafton home.
BREAKING through the heat exhaustion barrier, the Buccaneers soared to a win over Redcliffe to seal the inaugural prawn trophy.
Coming off a last place in Sydney, Camillo is likely to show promise in today's race
If the NRL bans a man for racial slurs, it should also give domestic violence perpetrator Matthew Lodge the boot, writes journalist SHERELE MOODY
UNBELIEVABLE scenes at Ken Leeson Oval as the preliminary final between Iluka and Harwood finished in a rare tied match.
The heart of Tucabia was on full display, as the players from their lower grades proved all the difference in the 2017/18 Premier League preliminary final.
A NEW-LOOK Grafton Vikings will kickstart its Sunshine Conference title defence this weekend against old rivals Byron Bay Beez at the Grafton Sports Centre.
'THE hard training is paying off and the guys are playing quality football and are working as a team.'
Harwood charged toward the 2017/18 Cleaver's Mechanical Night Cricket crown, and there was little Brothers could do to stop them at McKittrick Park.