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  • Ignatius stars on the rise
    IGNATIUS Park College has long been a breeding ground for NRL stars and their current crop of players look set to continue the school's representation at the highest level.
  • State duty for young hockey stars
    TOWNSVILLE’S junior hockey stocks are in great shape with four promising young players recently selected into Queensland teams.
  • Facing up to lead the pack
    COWBOYS co-captain Matt Scott is confident his cheekbone will stand up to the rigours of NRL as he returns to play the Gold Coast Titans on Saturday.
  • When the Gods clash
    IN the battle between the gods and the Titans, Ashton Sims doesn’t want to give away any ground to the NRL’s best road warriors.
  • Bill shock for soccer organisers
    NORTHERN Fury officials are gobsmacked that football’s national body is trying to slap them with a $22,000 referees bill ahead of next month’s Townsville Football Cup.
  • Dennis happy with balance
    TOWNSVILLE Crocodiles coach Shawn Dennis believes he will have a more balanced squad next season, finding some solutions to their defensive problems while keeping their potency in offence.
  • Matt Scott back from injury
    COWBOYS coach Paul Green has put a lid on expectations on skipper Matt Scott who has made an early from injury to help North Queensland consolidate their finals spot.
  • Fancutt’s tennis pedigree shines through at Ingham Open
    BRISBANE teenager Thomas Fancutt proved a step above as he claimed the mens singles title in the Ingham Open.
  • Veteran Crocs big man signs on
    VETERAN big man Greg Vanderjagt looks set to join rare company as a 200 game player for the Townsville Crocodiles after re-signing for the 2014-15 NBL season.
  • Can the Cowboys make the top-four?
    WHAT would it take for the North Queensland Cowboys to make the NRL top-four?

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