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Originally from the NSW southcoast, James Gallaugher made the record at his weekend performance in Townsville, News.com.au reported. He is one of the people making their claim for selection for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Australia officials are finding it increasingly difficult to hose down expectations for the schoolboy sensation who is faster than a teenage Usain Bolt. For all that effort it has been a fruitless exercise downplaying the weekend performance in
CJ Bruton yesterday ran onto an NBL court for the 500th time when his triple-champion New Zealand Breakers faced the Tigers at the sold-out Cage in Melbourne. Think about that for a moment and let's put it in some perspective...CJ also played at the
Victorian team to do so in eight rounds, the Fire stretching their winning streak to five with two victories over Queensland rivals Logan over the weekend. The Fire (8-4) moved above Melbourne (8-4) on percentage after winning 80-63 on Saturday and
Johnson loves heavy metal music and fast cars but he has always had the heart of a teddy bear. Occasionally the teddy turns into a grizzly, but the fast bowler with his menacing 'tash and tattoo sleeve has a delightfully soft underbelly. In his early
AN elderly couple had to be rescued from their North Queensland home after an intruder allegedly held them against their will. Police spent almost an hour urging the intruder to come out of the house at Kirwan in Townsville before he gave himself up.
NBL winning streak crashed in Townsville as Crocs point guard Steve Markovic and import Josh Pace orchestrated a stunning 98-94 victory on Friday night. Two huge plays were critical in the result, the first an opportunity for 36ers import Jarrid Frye
Each limited edition fine art reproduction is hand signed by John Olsen. Each work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, is blind embossed and also has two additional "frog" blind embossments drawn and approved by John Olsen. Strictly
Last week Mika Vukona simply strapped the Breakers on his broad shoulders and got on with it...Tonight in Perth, the inspirational power forward is going to need some help if the for the threepeat Australian NBL champions are to extend their win
Queenslanders will face skyrocketing electricity bills if the state government sells off power assets. Premier Campbell Newman has reignited the debate about privatisation, flagging the sale of electricity generators and the long-term leases of two