THREE sides have stepped up from the disbanded second grade to complete a seven-team CRCA first grade competition which will include sides from all clubs.
AFTER a disappointing loss in the NCF 2nd Division North grand final, the Yamba Breakers women's team bounced back in the Oceania Cup
YAMBA teen Brianna McFarlane has taken a giant leap toward realising her dream of playing in the AFLW after she was signed by the Brisbane Lions.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
"I'M STILL not 100 per cent but I feel I need to start competing and get back into it. I'm able to train and play but it still needs to regain strength.”
IT WILL be a strange feeling for Ben Liyou when he lines up opposite NSW Country under-18s today.
A VITAL warning has been issued by surf life savers as patrols kick off on North Coast beaches.
Cycling & MTB
CLARENCE Valley BMX Club continues to punch well above its weight, taking on the biggest clubs in the State and coming out on top.
IF BRANDON 'Bear' Honeybrook incited fear in his opposition last season, it is only about to get worse.
AN 11TH hour cancellation has opened the door for Grafton Amateur Boxing Club fighter Jesse van Boogaard to clinch a maiden amateur state championship.
FORMER Grafton-based jockey Matt Paget will have his work cut out for him when he saddles up for the rich Port Macquarie Cup today.
Cycling & MTB
FORMER Coutts Crossing cyclist Craig Evers has kicked off the Chinese racing season in fine form with his Panda CCN Racing Team clinching back-to-back wins.
DOWN ON the scoreboard with 40 seconds left on the clock, Wooli's surf superstar Carly Shanahan had to dig deep into her bag of tricks.
GRAFTON Hockey Association president Peter Fysh said it was a proud day for the association, and credited the six juniors for their dedication to hockey.
KELLY captained the Northern NSW under-14s side, which finished the championships with two wins across their seven matches.
DAINE Laurie has been set on the development path that has unearthed international league stars like Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.
National finals beckon for consisten Wooli surfer
HARRY has come a long way in a year, from battling meningitis in Westmead Children's Hospital to setting up a winning goal in the under-12s grand final
AMY Riddell had an Australiasia Cup to remember, helping guide the Australian 21 and Under Women indoor cricket team to a 5-0 victory over Sri Lanka
THE school holidays kicked off with a blast, Sydney Sixers style, for more than 50 kids on Yamba's Main Beach this morning
"THOSE heavyweight blokes (had) better pick up their game, I'll be back for my title next year.”