DAVID Parry’s motto in life is “just get on with it”.
THE Caboolture Snakes took on Nambour last weekend and despite the terrible weather, coach Don Gailer said it was their best game yet.
A BRISBANE snooker player has taken out the Bribie Island Over-50s Snooker Handicap on the weekend.
The Snakes put Nambour to the sword in wet conditions. more
Players compete in Bribie Island Over-50s Snooker Handicap tournament, which... more
Nambour and Hinterland overcame Caboolture at Burpengary Regional Sports Park... more
Competitors took part in the Cliff Worsley Shield Handicap Snooker Championship... more
Caboolture and Bribie met in the Sunshine Coast/Gympie Rugby League A-grade... more
A bumper crowd made the most of the chance to see some AFL stars take to the... more
Bribie Warrigals and Nambour Crushers under-18 sides played before the A-grade... more
The Bribie Triathlon Series 2013-14 wrapped up with big numbers in the Active... more
Competitors eye up their shots at the John Dawson Over 50s Snooker Championship more
SURVIVING endurance sports comes from solid training foundations. And if anyone knows about building foundations, it’s Ausmar Homes.
IT is the Sunshine Coast’s biggest networking group on two wheels. The weekly Wednesday morning Business Cycles rides attract an average of 75 people.
THE Kingscliff Triathlon has grown so popular organisers are wondering if they have reached event capacity.
Sunshine Coast triathlete Kirra Seidel has been banned for two years for elevated levels of testosterone.
When Carl Rackemann took a catch to secure Queensland’s inaugural Sheffield Shield title almost 20 years ago, the ball could not have ended up in better hands.
You need a diagnostic framework to work through professional issues. Look at the big picture to sort out the details. Power struggles in your...