Here's a look at where our regional sporting teams are playing this weekend.

BASEBALL: The Ipswich Musketeers top grade side plays Windsor tonight at home (7pm) before a second game at Tivoli on Sunday at 1.30pm.

MOTORSPORT: This weekend's events start on Friday night with the Test n Tune - Diesel Assault at Willowbank Raceway. The regular Friday Night Drift event is also on at Queensland Raceway.

Saturday's events include the Ipswich Open Sprint at Queensland Raceway and a Test n Tune at Willowbank Raceway.

On Sunday, Queensland Raceway is hosting a QR Moto Ride Day.

CRICKET: All the interest will be at Amberley on Saturday to see if Laidley batsman Mick Sippel can reach 250. He was 228 not out heading into the second day's play against Swifts at Ivor Marsden Sporting Complex field 4. The other first division matches resuming are Eastern Taipans against Centrals at Redbank Plains and Thunder taking on Brothers at Tivoli.

The Ipswich Logan Hornets have a battle on their hands at the Sunshine Coast after crashing to 5/54 last weekend in their Queensland Premier Grade match.

SOFTBALL: Matches are being played from 8am on Saturday at the Chubb Street grounds.

TENNIS: Junior and senior fixtures are scheduled from 8am and 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.

GREYHOUND RACING: The weekly Saturday night meeting is at the Ipswich Showgrounds.



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