Springfield sportswoman Joanne Black has entered the world of pro bodybuilding thanks to a recent win on the ICN World Championship's stage.
After a slow start to the representative season, SEQ coach Craig Jesberg is keen to see his latest side show what they can do this weekend.
THE Titans have made a major signing ahead of the 2019 season, after this morning unveiling Mal Meninga will be joining the Glitter Strip club.
Softball and Baseball
AFTER splitting yet another Greater Brisbane League (GBL) series, the Ipswich Musketeers have yet to unleash their true potential.
Softball and Baseball
PREPARING for his ninth national league season, Andrew Campbell knows what is needed to share in grand final glory.
ALTHOUGH Ipswich is business as usual on the day of the race that stops the nation, there are a few among us who get to enjoy a cheeky afternoon off.
IPSWICH proved it could host a major cycling event after the success of the Queensland Mountain Bike Championships over the weekend.
IN eight years attending the Melbourne Cup, Brett Kitching never thought he'd need a boat to get there.
EXPERIENCED Ipswich/Logan cricketer Dan Wilson was delighted to see his humble opening partner achieve the club's first 200 run milestone.
THE Ipswich/Logan Hornets had 200 extra reasons to enjoy their first win of this season's Queensland Premier Grade two-day competition.
THE Chris Waller trained Cedarwood was the first galloper to earn higher prizemoney for connections following its win at Ipswich on Friday.
IPSWICH Netball have been trialling a new version of their sport called Walking Netball.
Having secured two wins from their first three games, Wildcats are handily placed in this season's Ipswich first division competition.
Now she's ready to test herself against some of the best tenpin bowlers in the world.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
A CAREER-HIGH ranking and a top 16 seeding at January’s Australian Open are on the cards for Ashleigh Barty after she won the WTA Elite Trophy in China.
NEWS that an eight-lane tenpin centre was planned for Riverlink Shopping Centre instantly struck Sharyn Crouchen as a benefit.
Dedicated Ipswich long jumper Annie McGuire is already looking to next year's World University Games after completing a terrific early season double.
WATERWORX swimmers Mollie O'Callaghan and Phoebe Sweeney showcased their open water ability winning medals at the recent Queensland Open Water championships.
After all his extra work in the pre-season, Guest was delighted to deliver his best haul so far in this year's Harding-Madsen Shield one-day competition.
LAIDLEY linchpin Mick Sippel was late to his 200th milestone game due to work.