WHEN the veterans of the Grafton Basketball Association step onto the court tonight, they will do it with heavy hearts.
BUCCANEERS junior Jed Holloway will make the step up to the Australian Wallabies squad for Bledisloe Cup test in Japan.
WAVESKI veteran Brett Titterton is ready to exorcise his demons on the same break where his national title dreams were crushed just 12 months ago.
Cycling & MTB
FOR the second time this year the annual six-hour GBomb Enduro has fallen victim to the inclement weather.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
PILLEY'S display in England has caught the attention of the squash world, with World No. 1 Mohammed Elshorbagy aiming to avoid the heavy hitting Australian.
Sixty-plus paddlers to tackle three-day Clarence 100
IT WILL be a new-look Tyrepower Grafton A Grade competition this year with Grafton Vikings not represented, but a long-awaited return for the Yamba Trawlers.
MORRIS, who plays scrumhalf for the Buccaneers juniors, was instrumental in the Dolphins' surge to the plate, scoring a solo effort in the final.
THE John Shelton-trained gelding delivered the local veteran his greatest thrill in a 40-year training career when he won by half a length.
WHILE the gold medals might have been shared by New South Wales and Western Australia, it was Grafton that came out on top at the Under-13 National Carnival.
YAMBA hockey veteran Terry Daly is on the verge of making his representative debut for Australia and he has only had to wait 75 years to do it.
LAURENT Koscielny has announced his retirement from international football and he’s taken the time to publicly blast some of his former colleagues.
He wasn't a favourite, but the omens and the weather were good for local sprinter Belflyer in Saturday's $1.3 mil Kosciusko.
FORMER Grafton apprentice salutes for his mentor to earn a place in Australian bush racing history.
BELFLYER has written a new chapter in Grafton racing folklore with a fairytale win in the $1.3 million The Kosciuszko.
FINAL call from Clarence River Cricket Association to come in the morning after heavy rain falls across the Valley.
"IT HAS been a great opportunity, just hitting the ball and being around blokes speaking that familiar language has been great.”
ELECTED president ready to improve on foundations laid by outgoing executive.
HYERONIMUS confident a horse he knows "back to front” can scale the heights of The Kosciuszko.
VETERAN Grafton trainer praises his team after returning to winner's circle for the first time in a year.