Great Boulder and North Kalgoorlie pushed their Eastern Goldfields Cricket Association rivalry aside last Saturday to raise awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence in WA
Viper skipper Murray Howson had a day to remember on the water on Saturday when he not only won the race, but dominated in the two practice races leading up to the Vipers titles in Perth this weekend.
Co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond teamed up with reinsman Ryan Warwick for a winning treble at Narrogin last Saturday.
Former WACA grade cricketer Mitchell Jackson smashed an unbeaten century, to guide Kendenup to their fifth win of the Great Southern Cricket Association season on Saturday.
Katanning star Megan McKay continues to impress in her first season of the Women’s National Basketball League, playing a role in Townsville Fire’s finals quest.
Darcy Cameron is enjoying an extended period relaxing at home in Albany after spending his first year with Collingwood in an unprecedented AFL season.
The sport and recreation industry took a big hit during 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic placing enormous strain on many. But amid the gloom, 2020 also provided landscape with plenty of positives.
Leading Great Southern trainer Steve Wolfe believes star filly Watch Me Dance can land him a maiden Group 1 title in the Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday.
After an unsuccessful annual general meeting last month, the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association has reached crisis point by declaring it is currently non-operational.
Luke Fraser reigned supreme in round 3 of the WA Modified Sedan Series at Attwell Park Speedway on Saturday night
Albany Basketball Association’s under-13 division 2 Raiders team had a memorable win at the Basketball WA State Championships in Perth, going through the competition undefeated at the weekend.
Colts have a great opportunity to make it two wins on the bounce when they host Dalyellup Beach on Saturday.
Albany trainer Steve Wolfe believes What About Moses has the potential to be a Fitzpatrick Plate horse after claiming the $100,000 TABtouch Regional Championship Final (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Mature-age Victorian apprentice Carleen Hefel continued her bright start to a three-month WA stint by booting home a winning double at the Mt Barker Turf Club
The inaugural Punting for Charity competition starts today, which pits three local racing enthusiasts against each other in a bid to raise money for charity over the Great Southern racing season
The Albany Sea Dragons fell short in their bid to win the inaugural Great Southern Nines tournament, going down to the Fremantle Roosters in Saturday afternoon’s final in Albany.
Jockey Shaun McGruddy is confident Albany galloper Red Can Man can figure prominently in the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
After more than a decade of service to netball in the region, Rosemary Wolter was recognised with life membership of the Albany Netball Association earlier this month.
From being a player, association president, grounds keeper and general volunteer, Jones has done it all.
Newly-appointed ECU Souwest Jets coach Karly Guadagnin believes her side is on the cusp of something special.
The Lower South West Soccer League played its round of fixtures at Deanmill on Saturday.
Bridgetown Basketball Association started the selection process for its representative teams on Sunday.
A police letter to a northern Goldfields shire has painted a bleak picture of the cramped and squalid living conditions of a home crawling with cockroaches while babies sleep on the floor.
Albany filly Watch Me Dance is on track to start in the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic next month after her stunning victory in the Group 2 $500,000 Sky Racing WA Guineas (1600m) on Saturday.
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