Defending champions Sports fired with the ball to gain the early ascendancy over last year's grand final opponents Occasionals.
Sadly over the years, Bopf has watched the closure of squash courts at Ipswich Central, Raceview, Redbank Plains and Leichhardt.
Ipswich hockey goalkeeper Cade Banditt is experiencing it all and he's just turned 20.
Always up for a challenge, Cade Banditt welcomes teams being given an additional incentive to score goals.
HAVING fulfilled a terrific development role this year, Western Pride women's head coach Belinda Kitching was already looking to advance next season.
After keeping a keen eye on recent Pride trials, Rigby was pleased to see two important teammates recognised at Saturday night's annual Western Pride awards.
After sharing in Pride's historic grand final victory a year earlier, the ever-professional attacker wanted more than bowing out in the semi-final.
IT'S hard to comprehend why Ipswich has been rejected as a franchise in an expanded A-League competition.
With winter and September school holidays over for another year, it's time for some of the region's most talented athletes to launch into a new season.
IPSWICH club athlete Rochelle Vidler finished 10th overall at the Youth Olympic Games after injuring her back.
David, known as "Lemsy" around Ipswich, has been with the QT since 1984. He has been sports editor for more than two decades and has won numerous awards for his sports writing, including being named APN Journalist of the Year and Sports Editor of the Year. Away from work, he enjoys fishing, spending time with his family and watching sport.