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NORTH COAST TEAMS LEAVE TAMWORTH THUNDERSTRUCK

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The Tamworth Thunderbolts have moved to second in their State League pool after winning both legs of their double header. After an inconsistent start to 2015, they hope the momentum will carry them for the rest of the season. Read More »

SPORTS DOME CONTINUES TO BE A FORTRESS

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The mens Thunderbolts have been boosted by winning both games in this weekend’s double header. Last night, the home team made light work of Port Macquarie, downing the Dolphins 79-37. While today, Tamworth reached triple figures in downing the Bellinger Valley Braves 104-75. Import Jonny Miller top scored in both matches. We’ll have the full report tomorrow night. (Vision not accompanied by audio.) Read More »

PORT MACQUARIE WEATHER THE THUNDERBOLTS

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The Tamworth Thunderbolts women have fallen just short of their first win of the season. Port Macquarie scored 12 points in the final five minutes to break the home team’s hearts. Read More »

BEARS RUN OUT OF STEAM

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In this weekend’s Group 4 rugby league, the Bulldogs worked overtime to record their first win of the year. While Wests ended the Bears’ streak of 17 straight victories. Read More »

LIONS ROAR IN LOCAL DERBY

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While in Group 4’s Division One today, the North Tamworth Bears have lost their first game since the 2013 Grand Final, beaten 30-28 by Wests. A double to Bears winger Dan Boland had the defending premiers up by 10 late in the first half. Before a Matt Nean try handed the Lions the momentum. Tune in tomorrow night for the full match report. (Vision not accompanied by audio.) Read More »

NORTHIES DISPOSE OF OVA

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North Companions will progress to Northern Inland’s FFA Cup final, after downing the Mushies in a penalty shootout. The win came after Northies equalised in the final minute of regulation time. Read More »

MAGPIES SPREAD THEIR WINGS

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In last night’s Group 4 second division matches, a 30-point first half blitz saw Kootingal claim victory over the Mountain Men. While an undefeated Werris Creek handed Dungowan its first loss of the season. Read More »

GROUP 4 NAME REPRESENTATIVE TEAM

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Group 4 has named a powerful 20-man line up to try and win back rugby league’s Jim Sharpe Cup next weekend in Scone. Also on the line is Greater Northern Tigers selection, with victory crucial to the players chances. Read More »

COMPANIONS FACE FFA CUP ACID TEST

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Northern Inland Football’s FFA Cup qualifiers continue tomorrow night, with a Tamworth local derby. North Companions coach Gavin Thompson has challenged his team to find more goals, as they take on the competition’s best attack. Read More »

HAMMOND STEPPING BACK IN THE RING

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Moree boxer Cameron Hammond will make his return after an ankle injury next month, when he takes on Fijian Jese Ravudi on the Sunshine Coast. It’ll be his first bout since he added the WBC Eurasia Pacific Welterweight title to his collection in November. The former Olympian will put his World Boxing Association Oceania Welterweight belt on the line. Defending his undefeated record, the 25 year old expects a stern test, with Ravudi boasting four wins, one loss and a draw from six fights. (Vision not accompanied by audio.) Read More »

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