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LOCAL TAKES LORD MAYORS CUP IN SPEEDWAY OPENER

Lismore Speedway returned this weekend, with the season-opening Lord Mayors Cup. The nailbiting race came down to a photo finish, with Lismore’s own Andrew Pezzuti claiming the win. Read More »

FAR NORTH COAST CRICKET COMP: ROUND 4

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Lennox Head has cemented its place on the top of the Far North Coast Cricket ladder after accounting for Marist Brothers. Despite being at home, the Brothers couldn’t chase down Lennox’s total. Read More »

LORD MAYOR’S CUP KICKING OFF LISMORE’S SPEEDWAY SEASON

Petrol Heads rejoice – tomorrow marks the start of Lismore’s speedway season. V8 Dirt Modifieds, will be the stars of the show, for the annual Lord Mayors Cup. Read More »

HAIRY START TO THE SEASON FOR BALLINA BEARS

Despite holding the premiership, the Ballina Bears are struggling to stand on their own this year. Crucial player losses, including the retirement of captain Nathan Anson, are being felt by the club as it tries to rebuild. Read More »

BASKETBALLERS TAKE OVER TRINITY FOR DEVELOPMENT DAY

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Basketball is fast becoming the sport of choice for young athletes across the Northern Rivers. A development carnival at Trinity in Lismore today attracted almost 200 school students, with many trying their hand at the sport for the first time. Read More »

TITANS 9’S COMP ARRIVES IN BALLINA

More than 200 local students lined up in Ballina today to take part in the inaugural Titan’s 9’s rugby league competition. Schools from all over the Northern Rivers competed in the event for the chance to play on for the coveted Titans 9’s shield. Read More »

RIDERS TAKE ON A MARATHON SPIN CHALLENGE IN LISMORE

More than 50 Goonellabah locals today took up the Ourkids Spin Marathon Challenge. Hopping on exercise bikes at the Sports and Aquatics Centre riders took turns to complete the four-hour event. While there’s no destination in sight for these riders they are working towards a common goal. “With our kids we wanted to raise money put money together for a worthy cause and great way to exercise have a bit of a social fun, social event as well” The event wraps up at 8 o’clock tonight and is expected to raise up to $1,000. (AUDIO IN PARTS) Read More »

LISMORE SOCCER STAR IS MAKING WAVES IN THE FUTSAL WORLD

Lismore’s Keea Parrish is making a name for herself as one of Australia’s best up and coming female futsal players. The 14-year-old was recently selected in the Australian Under 18’s futsal squad to take part in the USA National competition. Read More »

TONY CURTIS 17TH IN THE WORLD OBSTACLE COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Lismore’s Tony Curtis has proved himself as one of the world’s best obstacle course athletes, with a solid performance at the World Championships. Flying the Australian flag, Curtis took on two days of gruelling obstacles, and finished in 17th place. It’s a big achievement for the 40-year-old, who’s been training tirelessly for the competition since qualifying in July. (No Sound) Read More »

Lismore’s Tony Curtis has proved himself as one of the world’s best obstacle course athletes, with a solid performance at the World Championships. Flying the Australian flag, Curtis took on two days of gruelling obstacles, and finished in 17th place. It’s a big achievement for the 40-year-old, who’s been training tirelessly for the competition since qualifying in July. (No Audio) Read More »

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