Check out what's revving up this weekend

HERE'S a look at where our regional sporting teams are playing this weekend.

  • CRICKET: A new round of Ipswich and West Moreton Cricket Association first division matches start on Saturday. Swifts face unbeaten Laidley at Amberley, Eastern Taipans play Centrals at Redbank Plains and Thunder meet Brothers at Tivoli. The Ipswich Logan Hornets travel to John Blanck Oval at Maroochydore to play Sunshine Coast in their latest Queensland Premier Grade match starting on Saturday.
  • MOTORSPORT: The Friday Night Drift at Queensland Raceway ignites another big weekend at the Ipswich Motorsport Precinct. Saturday events include the QR Moto Ride Day at Queensland Raceway, a club championship round at the Ipswich Kart Club and a Test n Tune at Willowbank Raceway in the evening. Sunday's action features a morning V8 experience at Queensland Raceway and afternoon Ipswich Street Sprints at the same location.
  • SOFTBALL: Matches are being played from 8am on Saturday and Sunday at the Chubb Street grounds. Sunday's games are a catch-up round from an earlier weekend washout.
  • TENNIS: After some matches were called off in last Saturday's heat, junior and senior fixtures are scheduled from 2pm at venues around the city on Saturday.
  • VIGORO: A full round of Ipswich junior and senior competition fixtures at being played at the East Ipswich grounds (Joyce Street) on Saturday morning and in the afternoon.
  • BASEBALL: Brisbane Major League competition leaders Ipswich Musketeers travel to Carina for Sunday's doubleheader against second placed Redsox. The first match is at 1pm.


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