Creek looks to continue Goldfields Giants’ winning form
Teenager Lynette Deakin named for Giants debut.
Injury takes shine off big Boulder win.
The Gascoyne’s answer to the AFL’s annual Dreamtime at the G extravaganza will be launched on Saturday to acknowledge the Aboriginal equine champions who have helped shape life in WA’s north.
Waters bags four goals in Tigers’ colts win.
Chris Yarran returns to best form with seven goals .
Rookies 1 enjoyed a six-goal win over NVUS in Eastern Goldfields netball.
Senior Sergeant Hugh Letessier said police officers, SES volunteer, volunteer firefighters and police drones were being used in the search.
Harley Bennell is firming for a debut in the Goldfields, the brother of a prized AFL free agent kicked a dozen and there is an injury concern for a WAFL gun in the country in this week’s Bush and ‘Burbs.
Small conditions greeted competitors across the three days of action, where 16 separate State champions were crowned.
Of the 45 fixtured games scheduled to be played in the ANA only 30 went ahead and the 10am timeslot had only two of the proposed seven games being played.
Wrap of the under-15 action in the Albany Junior Soccer Association competition.
The margin was 31 points at the main break but the fast and exciting Saints side finished strongly, mounting the pressure on their opponents
Blake Walker starred in CBC’s close call against YMHC
CBC grab hard-fought win over YMHC
Last-placed Pegasus draw with Mines
After a shaky start to the year following a 9-3 loss to Bayswater in round one and then a defeat at the hands of Polonia B in the second round, Sonics hit back with a triumphant performance.
The act was deemed intentional by the umpire and it was his second offence and he was offered a six-week penalty after the game.
Corey Plug was outstanding, putting away four classy finishes to set Phoenix on their way to a second victory for the year.
Dark Assault is back to defend his crown in the $100,000 feature race while progressive type Sneaky Fox is the second of the Rogers runners.
Connor Bunce scored three goals in the tournament and the 18-year-old has performed as one of Australia’s best players throughout the IFCPF World Cup.
The annual award honours the memory of former Department of Sport and Recreation regional manager Mike Stidwell.
The Hockeyroos rounded out the series with a 2-1 win on Sunday against the New Zealand Blacksticks.
Norths still A2 women’s benchmark
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