HIS nickname is Madness and the Ipswich Jets' opponents this season have been discovering why.
FOR the better part of the past four years Fassifern player-coach Daniel Roos has been trying to shed the player label and focus on the coaching.
RANGERS head coach Dominic Chalk has no doubt his first grade side will be competitive in this year’s Barber Cup.
WHEN Tara Bramwell sensed the nerves on Ipswich Flyers debutante Darcie Smith, it sparked familiar memories.
BROOK Alofipo is worried neither by expectations from outside West End, nor reputations within.
A SEASON of Ipswich A grade footy has proven the ideal learning environment for Jacob Lindsey’s introduction to the Ipswich Jets.
COACHES will have more than just oppositions to worry about when the Ipswich Rugby League kicks off this year.
The Ipswich Jets inability to close out a rugby league match was highlighted again in their latest Queensland Cup escape.
SLOWLY Gerico Cecil believes he is turning into a Queensland Cup player.
THEY live in Collingwood Park, one supports NZ in sport and they just got chosen to represent Australia while in Perth.
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.