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Three seasons after clinching his first ever title victory, Ardie Jonic found himself back where it all began last Saturday night.
The Intrust Super Cup grand final will be moved away from Suncorp Stadium this season, with a three-year deal announced today.
The central back was quick to praise his teammates after Ipswich went down 6-4 to home team AC Carina in extra time.
PREPARING for his second Queensland Basketball League season as Ipswich's head coach, Chris Riches feels his team is already ahead of schedule.
The George Alder Tennis Centre courts are "the best they've ever been” ahead of the upcoming Ipswich Junior Open.
The Brisbane Valley Rattlers are hoping to expand interest in the game when they host the South Burnett Saints and Toowoomba Tigers.
Ipswich club competitors had to deal with injury and illness as well as tough opposition at the latest national championships.
After the rainy weekend conditions, two experienced coaches offered their perspectives on battling the elements.
While stakeholders were disaffected due to the early transfer on the day prior, the reputation of Racing Queensland and the ITC took another battering.
Senior Sports player Lee Scudds expects Saturday's semi-final could go for four or five hours if T.C United's most dangerous player hits her straps.
A REMINDER that Round 2 of the Ipswich City Council Sport and Recreation Grants are open.
After a seesawing two days of grand final cricket, "Richo'' showed how much he values winning big games with the club he has served so well for years.
HOW quickly sporting fortunes can change in grand finals.
INCOMING Football Ipswich chairman Michael Saxby is confident of building on what has already been achieved in developing Western Pride and helping the region.
GOODNA have emerged as early premiership contenders after showcasing their superior size, strength and speed in a runaway A-Grade victory.
AGED 28 and still enjoying his football, Lincoln Rule has plenty to offer the Ipswich Knights in this year's cut-throat QPL competition.
REDBANK Plains coach John Leota praised his team's defensive effort after the Bears secured their first win of the Rugby League Ipswich A-Grade competition.
THE Ipswich City Bulls and Western Spirit will carry some growing confidence into their next SEQ FFA Cup games.
The post-game reaction of head coach Terry Kirkham and the roar of drums from Pride's dressing room highlighted what a mighty win it was.