Aaron Moore began pre-season with an emphasis on fielding, and early signs are promising his early work is paying off.
Winning the AWF 109kg+ title meant more to Jax Solofa than just standing atop the podium for the first time in four attempts.
A runner-up finish at the national championships and a club grand final win - two Ipswich footballlers had a pretty good month of footy.
HORNETS coach Aaron Moore lamented missed opportunities in the field and "unlucky” dismissals as the Ipswich/Logan side fell to Wests at Baxter Oval yesterday.
LAIDLEY stole a march on their IWMCA rivals by romping to a double bonus point victory over South East Redbacks at Bichel Oval yesterday.
Luke Dixon found himself in mid-season ball-striking form as Brothers built a sizeable total on the way to a 73-run win over Northsiders.
Ipswich Weightlifting Club is not after 'great athletes', rather those who are willing to learn and show a dedication to their training.
As Braydan Fender dropped the barbell loaded to 150kg and looked out over the crowd at Cougars Weightlifting Club, he had eyes for just one person.
'We've struggled in the last few years to start the season well, so it's been good to start with a bang and get a couple of wins,' Anthony Wilson said.
Young Brookwater golfer Louis Dobbelaar will have the opportunity to meet and learn under the man himself when the 17-year-old travels to the US in October.