Noosa Heads’ lifesaver Lana Rogers says she pushed herself to new levels in the off-season in a bid to be firing for the opening round of the Nutri-Grain Series.
Despite being at long odds, Sunshine Coast trainer Stuart Kendrick expects Eric the Eel to be “right amongst” the frontrunners in the lucrative Caulfield Guineas.
Lightning coach Kylee Byrne says Laura Scherian has the form to not just shine on her Diamonds debut but press her claims for a regular starting role.
Midcourt superstar Laura Langman will don the Lightning dress again next year after re-signing with the Sunshine Coast club.
After an epic preparation, Alexandra Headland’s Tiarrn Raymond says she’s eager to enjoy the challenge that one of the sport’s toughest races will conjure up.
Beerwah powerhouse Dana Coolwell says he’s relished a sizzling start to his professional journey in the ring and is hungry to maintain dominance towards some major goals.
While their future in the state league is yet to be revealed, new Fire coach Gareth Thomson says early preparations for a positive year are still progressing well.
Noosa president Greg Christensen says he isn’t surprised to see the immense success that former Pirates teammate Jake Friend has achieved in the NRL.
They’ve got the gear, coach, field and support but there’s just one last thing the Eumundi Dragons need to end a century-long absence from the region’s senior ranks — players.
A bevy of Sunshine Coast youth were among the state’s best when they laced-up to contest the Schools Challenge Cup.