IPSWICH diver Georgia Sheehan is one of five of Australia’s brightest young stars who will receive mentoring from five of Australia’s greatest athletes.
TEAMS in grand finals do all they can to make the week leading up to the big day just like any other.
YOU would get a pretty poor reception from the Ipswich Jets if you suggested to them their grand final berth had anything to do with luck.
ARGUABLY the finest women's rugby league player in the world, Ali Brigginshaw, is a proud Ipswich Jets fan.
CRAIG Cumming is a cricketer who produces his best when it is needed most.
ANY hopes Mick Newton had for a sleep-in as reward for coaching Norths to an A-grade rugby league title were dashed at 4am on Monday.
AT THE Ipswich Jets season launch in March co-coach Ben Walker made a bold prediction that this was the year the Jets would win the Queensland Cup.
WHILE halfback Steven West was justifiably man of the match in Norths’ A grade grand final win over Brothers yesterday, centre Tonga Mounga was not far behind.
THE Ipswich Jets Reserve grade side broke a long drought that is hopefully a sign the floodgates are about to open.
NORTHS have proven they are no one-hit wonders, claiming a second successive Ipswich Rugby League A- grade premiership title.
ay has worked at the QT for five years covering most sports in Ipswich, from mountain running to gliding. His passion for writing about sport stems from his inability to come close to mastering any as a competitor, though he once captained Chris Latham in colts. Jay’s sporting heroes include Mark Ella, Steven Bradbury and Jarred Lacey.