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Sport News
  • Melbourne feel Crocs bite in big home win
    TOWNSVILLE’S slow start to their National Basketball League (NBL) is well and truly over after they rolled to an impressive 92-81 home win over Melbourne United tonight.
  • Whole lot of hoopla
    TOWNSVILLE basketball fans are gearing up for a bumper weekend with both the Townsville Crocodiles and Fire looking to continue their winning ways in their respective home games today and tomorrow.
  • Cowboys won’t further punish Moga
    NORTH Queensland centre Tautau Moga won’t face any further punishment from the Cowboys for his role in an alleged brawl outside a Brisbane nightclub.
  • Fire wary of West Coast
    BUOYED after a season opening win over the Bendigo Spirit, the Townsville Fire will face a whole new challenge when the red hot West Coast Waves roll into town on Sunday.
  • Markovic the Crocs barometer: Wortho
    MELBOURNE United co-captain Mark Worthington says his side will be wary of Brian Conklin and Mickell Gladness, but former teammate Steve Markovic is the Townsville Crocodiles’ barometer.
  • Payten’s NYC mission
    INCOMING North Queensland Under-20s coach Todd Payten wants to put the region’s talent on the first-grade path it belongs
  • Adventure awaits on Maggie Island
    MAGNETIC Island will host Townsville’s biggest ever scavenger hunt on Saturday as the picturesque location prepares for the second annual Adventure Games.
  • Markovic won’t be hamstrung
    CROCODILES point guard Steve Markovic is confident hamstring tightness won’t continue to affect his season.
  • Not making up numbers
    FORGET the tag of minnows, Antonio Winterstein Samoa to launch a shock and awe campaign during Saturday’s Four Nation’s opener
  • Fury eye early return
    NORTHERN Fury coach Ian Ferguson hopes an early return to pre-season training will reap some rewards as he eyes a different style of play for his National Premier Leagues side.

 
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