Saturday, January 25, 2020

Finals day looms for State Champs’ competitors

Day two of the 2018 NSW Open Surf Life Saving Championships saw a mixed bag of results with a big shore dump dictating which events could be run and changes to the timetable were...

Scorpions too good for Central

Macquarie Scorpions served notice on Sunday that back-to-back premierships are within the realms of possibility after they won a dour struggle 15-12 over the early competition favourites, Central Charlestown at St John Oval. The ‘Butcher...

Lesser lights lead the way

Six rounds into the 2018 Newcastle Rugby League First Grade competition and the likely premiers have not yet emerged from the pack. As the competition goes into a long weekend bye, two of the predicted...

Thrilling finish at The Gardens

Two noses separated the first three dogs in a thrilling finish to race five at Ladbrokes The Gardens Friday night meeting.

Charlestown Netball Favourites turn up the Heat

As expected, competition favourites Heat put the cleaners through their rivals Crossfire in the major semi-final of the Charlestown A Grade Netball on Saturday. Crossfire moved into second position, up from third, in place of...

Black Inca wins Ladbrokes Monthly Medal Final

It was a fabulous performance by Black Inca in the Ladbrokes The Gardens Monthly Medal Final on Friday evening. Trained by Ron Bell, the flying machine jumped well from Box 4 and continued on to...

Greyhound racing from ‘The Gardens’

All smiles for connections after “Swift Mandy” won by a head in the Red TV Stakes on Saturday night The Jason Mackay trained "Zipping...

Two from two for Chairman’s XII

It was a fantastic start to the Under 11 Ron Arendts junior cricket carnival for the Newcastle Chairman’s XII today. The local side remain undefeated after their two 20/20 matches today, but not without a...

Newcastle District Cricket | Round 13 – Day 1

Toronto’s run of good form continues The Toronto Workers’ giantkillers will miss out on this year’s Newcastle District Cricket final series but they are causing all sorts of headaches for the contenders in the run...

No player is bigger than the game

The Australian ball-tampering story that has rocked the sporting world should come as no surprise really. The behaviour of some of the Aussie stars on this tour of South Africa has been nothing short...
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