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FINALS FEVER

The Tweed Coast Raiders are at risk of losing their spot in the Northern Rivers Rugby League semi finals after their devastating loss to Marist Brothers in Lismore. Read More »

LUCKY LISMORE

Lismore Rugby Union Club has celebrated its last home game of the season with a picnic in the park day. The champagne flowed as the team came away with a nail-biting win. Read More »

COLBEY VICTORIOUS AT JUNIOR SURF MASTERS

Suffolk Park’s Nick Colbey made the most of a small swell at Lennox Head, claiming first place at the Junior Surf Masters. He’ll progress to a state trial event later this month, alongside today’s three other finalists. Read More »

COFFS GOLD CUP RACE DAY

Party goers and punters stormed the gates of the Coffs Harbour racecourse today for the premier event on the club’s calendar. From early on organisers were trying hard to accommodate the record crowds that flocked to the 2008 Gold Cup. [display_podcast] Read More »

THOMMO SET FOR COFFS CUP

An all star line up including Australia’s newly crowned top jockey Robbie Thompson will feature at Coffs Harbour’s premier Race Day tomorrow. The 2008 Gold Cup will be broadcast to an international audience of racing fans throughout Asia for the first time. [display_podcast] Read More »

DO OR DIE MATCH FOR TITANS

There’s finally some light at the end of the tunnel for the Gold Coast Titans. Their finals hopes have received a major boost with several key players set to return from the casualty ward. The team must win three of their remaining five games to make the top eight, meaning their next game against Newcastle is do or die affair. Read More »

TWEED BEST WIN OF SEASON

In Queensland Cup Rugby League, the Tweed Seagulls finals hopes may be over, but their win over Wynnum Manly has helped elevate local rival’s Burleigh into finals contention. After six games in the NRL for the Titans, five-eighth Brad Davis was the mastermind behind Tweeds 24-point win. Read More »

LENNOX LONGBOARD CLASSIC

At Lennox Head, it was all about the longboards. Around 100 surfers from across the eastern seaboard made the most of the pristine conditions at Main Beach, for the 11th annual Longboard Classic. The women’s open event shaping up to be an all-local showdown. Lennox Head’s Annie Watts and the Tweed’s Kirsty Webster breezed through to the semis in their opening heat this morning. Also impressive, 16-year-old Ballina rising star Kara Nobbs, who’s feeling the pressure after progressing in both the junior and open divisions. “I’ve competed at state recently, it would be good if I keep my reputation up,” said Kara. Semi finals across all 10 age and gender divisions begin at first light tomorrow, with the finals expected to get underway at 10am. Read More »

Grafton Beats Byron

In Northern Rivers rugby league and it was the ultimate top of the table clash at Red Devil Park on Sunday, with the Ghosts toppling Byron Bay by just three points. A penalty for Grafton on the siren crushed the Bay’s dream of a minor premiership. Read More »

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