Sport

Bowles looks to have regained his spot in Reds starting side

TOOWOOMBA footballer Daniel Bowles can look forward to a promising 2013 after regaining his place in the Adelaide United side.

Bowles made a good start to the A-League season with his new club in the opening month of the season before a groin injury sustained in early November kept him out of the Reds line-up for nearly two months.

But the festive period has proved encouraging for Bowles (pictured) personally as he returned to the field on Boxing Day in Adelaide's loss to his former club Brisbane.

Bowles again started in Adelaide's 3-0 win over Sydney at Hindmarsh Stadium on New Year's Eve in a sign that the defender has regained his place back in coach John Kosmina's starting XI.

Monday night's win was Adelaide's first in three matches and kept the Reds in second on the A-League ladder, two points behind leaders Central Coast, who also won on New Year's Eve.

Adelaide now faces the Jets in Newcastle on Saturday.




Join the Community.

Get your local news, your way.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Choose a cat and take it home

Adorable cats need a new home

France honours Aussie heroes at RAAF Amberley

John Flint was one of a number of veterans to receive the Legion d’Honneur at RAAF Base Amberley on Thursday.

Ten veterans honoured in ceremony at RAAF Amberley.

Diggers ready for the ultimate challenge against intercity rivals

ROLL CALL: Lachlan Roe will join nine teammates from the Jets BRL in the Ipswich Diggers squad.

Ipswich Diggers prepare for Chairman's Challenge.

Latest deals and offers

Demand for acreage lots pushes up property prices

Property values in Cooroy have increased 25%

Property values jump in Cooroy and Peachester.

How a sacked real estate agent made $725k in four months

Agent is now under investigation by the industry watchdog

RBA warns of future apartment oversupply

Toowoomba: Crest Apartments and Burke & Wills, Ruthven Street ( view from Neil Street) Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

RBA says oversupply of apartments poses risk to household finances