Junior touch finals

WINNERS: United team Charlie Hooper, Chloe Potts, Hugh Clarke, Charlotte Gibson, Bailey Martin, Kelli Leahy, Dylan Nobbs, Jack Carmichael, Thomas Potts and Tye Clapperton were the U12 champions.

DALBY Junior Touch held grand finals on Wednesday night.

B-grade grab a win over Warwick

AIR UP THERE: Warwick and Dalby players go high in a lineout at Risdon Oval on Saturday.

The Wheatmen B-Grade travelled to Warwick at the weekend.

Dalby U18s get second wind against Eagles

Blue Eagles Peter Langton escapes Dalby's defence in the U18 South Burnett Blue Eagles v Dalby Diehards game on Saturday, june 18 at Cherbourg.

The Dalby Diehards showed great spirit in a comeback at the weekend.

Touch season’s strong finish

TOUCH OF GENIUS: Zulus defeated Roosters Old Boys in the C-grade grand final on Wednesday.

DALBY’S touch grand finals were held last week.

Nail-biting netball finals

A GRADE: Warriors V Carricktors in the netball A Grade final on Tuesday night.

NETBALL finals were held on Tuesday evening at the PCYC.

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Day out of Games over Zika fears

World No.1 Jason Day has joined the exodus of golfers not heading to the Olympic Games because of the fears of the Zika virus.

Devastated Pearson out of Olympics

RULED OUT: Australian hurdler Sally Pearson in action.

Hamstring tear rules reigning champion out.

We have another Olympian1

Hockey player Matt Swann.

Matt Swann selected for Olympics

USA names its Olympic basketball line-up

BRAZIL-BOUND: Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (right) drives against Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green.

James and Curry left out of squad.

GYMNASTICS: Larrissa Miller prepares for second Olympics

Moranbah’s Larrissa Miller is in Portugal right now preparing for her second Olympic Games which are less than two months away.

Larrissa Miller finds it mind-boggling preparing for second Olympics

Day not sure if he’ll go to Rio over Zika fears

ZIKA FEARS: Jason Day, of Australia, in action at this month’s US Open at Oakmont Country Club.

Family comes first says World No.1.

NRL faces financial hit from dead rubber

‘NO DEAD RUBBERS’: NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg.

Queensland series win a worst-case scenario for NRL.

Blues must blood the next generation

FUTURE STAR: Tyson Frizell of the Blues scores a try during game two of the State of Origin series at Suncorp Stadium.

Game three a chance to look at future stars.

NSW may look to untried option to replace Reynolds

STEP UP: Cronulla utility Jack Bird has been backed to play in the halves in Origin III.

Halfback's absence could open door for Jack Bird.

Thaiday unsure if he’ll challenge dangerous tackle charge

UNDER SCRUTINY: NSW captain Paul Gallen is tackled head-first into the turf by Queensland's Sam Thaiday and Corey Parker during State of Origin II.

Maroons forward cited for tackle on NSW skipper.

Smith among the greatest, says Walters

TEAM MAN: Maroons captain Cameron Smith gets into space as Blues player Robbie Farah (right) looks on during the State of Origin II.

Maroons coach heaps praise on skipper

State of Origin 2016: Maroons reign again

CHAMPIONS AGAIN: Queensland players celebrate.

Gagai scores a treble in series clincher

Touch footballer’s 20-year ban ‘warranted’

STYLE: Merrick Rainbow-Skinner is cool and calm in attack 10m out from the try line.

LONG term touch football president 'betrayed' in grand final attack

New Racing Queensland board announced

Three new appointments have been made to the Racing Queensland board

The enigma that is Stef Martin - the Lions' lone wolf

Martin hasn’t had the easiest of AFL careers.

Rio Games drug lab suspended after testing errors discovered

International Olympic Committee, IOC, President Thomas Bach, from Germany, speaks during a press conference after the Olympic Summit IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland, Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Olympic leaders met to consider further measures to crack down on doping ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the wake of the ban on Russian track and field athletes.

Rio's doping lab has lost accreditation

Footballer given brown...I mean, red card for farting

Swedish soccer player Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was given a red card for breaking wind deliberately

‘What, am I not allowed to break wind a little?’

TOO FAR? Blues jersey cost this fan his train ride

Chris Chambers didn't let the incident dampen his love of the Blues on Origin night.

Blues aren't loved in these parts, but do they deserve this?

In tune for retirement

CHAMPION: Shane Stefanutto.

Shane Stefanutto in tune for retirement.

Rod Davies rocketing to stardom

Former Queensland Reds speedster Rod Davies in flight.

A LOOK back on "Rockhampton Rocket" Rod Davies' remarkable journey.

Sam Thaiday, the NRL’s gentle giant

TYPICAL POSE: Sam Thaiday in action for the Broncos.

The many sides of Sam Thaiday

Solomon Haumono's redemption in the ring

Solomon Haumono in action against Manuel Pucheta.

Solomon Haumono is finding redemption in the ring

Legendary commentator picks boxing favourites

SPEAKING OUT: Bob Sheridan during the welterweight bout between Jeff Horn and Randall Bailey.

Colonel Bob Sheridan loves boxing so much he would die for it.

This Origin hero backs Kevvie

FRENCH SORTIE: Adam Mogg during his stint with Catalan Dragons in the English Super League.

This Origin hero backs Kevvie

Leave AFL trade game until end of season

In short supply ... Regular key defender Jackson Trengove (that’s him on the left) has been holding up the rucking duties at Port Adelaide, but it can be a tall order against some of the game’s elite big men.

Leave the mid-season trading to those other codes

Wimbledon’s greatest matches

HRD SLOG: John Isner of the USA won a Wimbledon marathon against Nicholas Mahut.

We take a look at some classic clashes on the hallowed grass.

Father Time took his toll on Parker

MUCH IMPROVED: Bronco Corey Parker will retire at the end of the season.

Retiring Broncos forward has matured with age, writes Tony Durkin.

Just for starters, Origin needs an earlier timeslot

Action from State of Origin. Monday Magistrate Tony Durkin says the games should start earlier.

Just for starters, Origin needs an earlier timeslot.

The umpires strike back after ‘doubting’ Thomas

Lindsay Thomas of the Kangaroos has been in the spotlight.

The umpires strike back after 'doubting' Thomas.

North may rue long injury list

Shaun Atley of the Kangaroos injures his ankle at Etihad Stadium.

North Melbourne may rue long injury list.

Queensland’s top man relaxed on home turf

SECOND TEST: Queensland coach Kevin Walters is still smiling despite the heavy burden of taking over one of rugby league’s hardest jobs from Mal Meninga this year.

Former Ipswich Jets coach determined to clinch State of Origin serie

Corey Parker ends 16-year career in NRL

END OF AN ERA: Brisbane Broncos captain Corey Parker will hang up the boots at seasons end.

Broncos skipper to call it quits

WATCH: Kangaroos make a surprise appearance at Maroons camp

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Kangaroos put in an appearance at Origin camp

Gagai cleared to play for Queensland

Dane Gagai cleared and excited for State of Origin game two.

Gagai overcomes injury in Maroon's camp

Sport codes kick off commitment to tackle domestic violence

Footy, Netball, AFL and Union are all fighting domestic violence

Greg Inglis comes to rescue of Gladstone woman at Fan Day

June Linnane is a big Greg Inglis fan, so when he stopped and made a beeline straight for her at the Fan Day, June was beside herself. Photo: Contributed.

SHE WAS pushed back by the crowd, but Greg Inglis saved the day

Ange puts young defenders on trial

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is excited at the prospect of blooding new players.

Ange puts young defenders on trial

The most Tweeted about moments from the Premier League

Wayne Rooney

The Premier League in Tweets - the moments that moved the thumbs

See how Twitter lit up after Leicester's EPL win

Leicester's EPL fairytale lit up Twitter like a light

Leicester City in 5000-1 Premier League victory


The two sides drew 2-2, giving a remarkable victory to the Foxes

Aussie goalkeeper dies after being hit by lightning

Former Sydney Olympic player dies after being hit by lightning

FEATURE: Michael Kasprowicz goes from bowling to business

Michael Kasprowicz has made a successful switch from bowling to the business world.

Michael Kasprowicz mastering business

Gabba set to host pink-ball Shield game

AUSTRALIAN quick bowler James Pattinson with the pink ball before the historic day-night Test against New Zealand in Adelaide last summer. Photo: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images.

BRISBANE is set for plenty of day-night cricket in the longer format

OPINION: One-off Test more like a big yawn fest

Sunshine Coast Daily staff journalists.Scott SawyerPhoto: Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

I’m going to do something I don’t tend to do much.

The two batsmen who'll decide tonight's T20 world final

They're the two batsmen who'll decide the T20 World Cup

OUR SAY: 20 overs all too much for Aussies

India's Virat Kohli, left, and teammate MS Dhoni, right, are congratulated by Australia's James Faulkner after winning their ICC World Twenty20 2016 cricket match by six wickets in Mohali, India, Sunday, March 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

National team still not taking shorter form of game seriously

Selections not to blame for exit, says skipper

Steve Smith said he could have scored more runs at World T20.

Selections not to blame for exit, says skipper

NRL player spotted at Rockhampton netball courts

ONE lucky Rockhampton netballer bumped into one of her favourite NRL players last night.

Chemistry has Verity Simmons in a Fever


FEVER wing attack Verity Simmons has bounced back after a tough 2015

Firebirds star Kim Ravaillion has point to prove

LOOKING BACK: Kim Ravaillion looks to pass in last season’s grand final against her old team the Sydney Swifts.

KIM Ravaillion has a point to prove against her former team.

Flock of Firebirds fans to cheer Caitlyn Nevins in Melbourne


FIREBIRD Caitlyn Nevins won’t lack crowd support against the Vixens.

Firebirds ready to go again

CHAMPION: Firebirds captain Laura Geitz (captain) intercepts a pass in last year’s grand final win over the Swifts.

The hunter will be the hunted.

2014 St George Netball Association Presentation Night

Shonay Lomas wins the Janelle Webster Trophy for 2014 overall best and fairest player, pictured alongside trophy donor Max Webster and St George Netball vice-president Di Pain

St George netball players, coaches and supporters gather for the 2014 Presentation...