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Byass represents SA

PORT Lincoln Tennis player Arley Byass represented South Australia in the annual School Sport Australia 12 and under National Championships and the Bruce Cup played at...

Lincoln Sharks third in open tournament

Port Lincoln Volleyball Association once again sent two teams to Port Augusta on October 24 and 25 to compete in the Open Volleyball Tournament.  Teams from all over South...

Whittaker becomes training master

PORT Lincoln sports trainer Adele Whittaker has shown her increasing expertise through her involvement in the Masters Games in Adelaide from October 3 to...

Three Tumby Bay sailors on the water for first time

Perfect conditions greeted Tumby Bay Sailing Club opti sailors on Saturday morning with light south easterly winds and plenty of sunshine.Nine sailors took to...

Yancic guides Charlton

Waybacks hosted Charlton at Ravendale on a perfect day for Port Lincoln A grade cricket. Charlton won the toss and elected to bowl first,...

Shields hold out in close clash

In the under 16 competition Shields took on Roadrunners and gained three runs at their first bat with a great hit from Holley Shepperd.Roadies...

Roadrunners, Squaws hit it home

Roadrunners defeated Shields 29-0 in their recent A grade softball match.Runners opened the account with four making it home, but then Shields had no luck...

Invest in Dire Warning

After today’s Melbourne Cup punters get the chance to head to the local track on Wednesday with free entry. Geordie’s Second is your best bet...

Junior sport action

SOME of the junior sport action which took place in Port Lincoln on the weekend.Junior athletes took part in sports including cricket, tennis and...

River sneaks in win over Souths

Tod River defeated Lincoln Souths by the barest of margins in B grade cricket at Poole Oval on Saturday. Turner and Blewit opened up...

Language used inappropriate

I wish to record my strong objections to some of the content of Rowan Ramsey’s 2024 newsletter headed ‘Lest We Forget Anzac Day.’ It seems...