Home // Mid North Sport (page 20)

Category Archives: Mid North Sport

Feed Subscription

Standard Sport Stories for Mid North and surrounding area.

NOVAK THANKS KENDALL

NOVAK

Australian Open Champion, Novak Djokovic has recorded a heart felt personal message, thanking the town of Kendall for backing him during the championship. “I felt your love and support all the way through from the first moment the representatives that came a week before the tournament started and now I’m here with this trophy and its yours as much as it is mine.” The Kendall Tennis Club threw its support behind the world number one, after wining a competition late last year, to have Djokovic represent it at the Open. The town will now be awarded with memorabilia from Tennis Australia. (AUDIO IN PARTS) Read More »

KENDALL TO GET AUSTRALIAN OPEN MEMOABILIA

KENDALL_TENNIS_CLUB

One north coast community had extra reason to cheer on Novak Djokovic. Thanks to his win, the town will get to see some rare tennis memorabillia. Read More »

BLUES TO RETURN TO COFFS TO TRAIN FOR ORIGIN

coffs-blues

In a coup for Coffs Harbour, the Blues will return to the city for the next two years, to train for all three State of Origin games. The New South Wales Government will also offset some of the team’s costs. Read More »

WESTS TIGERS VISIT PORT MACQUARIE STUDENTS

NBN_NEWS_WEB_GENERIC

The Wests Tigers have travelled to the Mid North Coast, as part of the NRL’s annual ‘Community Carnival’, which sees players visiting towns across Australia and New Zealand. Today, some lucky students in Port Macquarie got to meet up with their idols for some important life lessons. Read More »

COFFS HARBOUR FINISHES THIRD IN JUNIOR CRICKET

MASTERS_CRICKET

Lower Clarence will play Nambucca-Bellingen in the final of the under 16 inter-district cricket competition. Coffs Harbour was placed third after easily defeating the Grafton-based Clarence River side by 133 runs in yesterday’s final round. Read More »

MOTORCROSS CLUB MEMBERS UP AT SOUTH GRAFTON

Motorcross clubs in the Clarence Valley have been struggling to maintain membership in recent years, but that could soon change. The South Grafton Club was pleasantly surprised with the roll up at today’s open day. Read More »

SWIMMERS BRING HOME A HAUL OF MEDALS FROM STATE AGE CHAMPIONSHIP

PORT_SWIM

Three Port Macquarie swimmers continue to make waves in the pool, bringing home a swag of medals at the State Age Championships. Now the trio are gearing up for a repeat performance. Read More »

ARCHERS GEAR UP FOR NEW SEASON

1

The Coffs Coast Archery Club in Woolgoolga is gearing up for another season, with its first club event next weekend. Around 200 senior and junior archers from across the country will compete in the two day competition. Read More »

SALTWATER BOARDRIDERS CELEBRATE 50 YEARS IN THE SURF

CREASY_WEB

One of the oldest boardrider clubs in the country will celebrate a major milestone this year. The Old Bar based Saltwater Boardriders will mark 50-years of surfing in June. Read More »

HILDER TO CAPTAIN ALL STARS

KYLIE_HILDER

Forster’s Kylie Hilder has been named captain of the Australian Touch All Star team, which will play in a prelude match to the NRL All Stars clash next month. The 38-year-old was personally selected for the team by the head of Touch Football Australia, Colm Maguire. It’s a great start to the season for Hilder, who will be hanging up her boots at the end of the year. (VISION ONLY) Read More »

Scroll To Top