Goldfields Giants chase a third straight win against defending NBL1 women’s champions.
Richelle Gamble’s father was on hand to enjoy the spoils of her Goldfields Cyclassic victory this month.
GFL coach Merv Dellar is seeking a big commitment in a bid to end a 30-year drought.
Boulder forward Jack Martin lines up for GFL game 150 against Kambalda.
It may not have been the most talented team the Storm have taken away to a carnival but they made up for it in teamwork and effort.
Moore, Bourne and Harrison to fly GFL flag for WA Country
Mines Rovers continuing to set the pace in reserves.
Local hockey players will compete across three divisions this weekend in Perth.
Railways duo Haydn Sproxton and Bodhi Stubber to share big individual milestones on Saturday when they run out against Royals in round eight of the Great Southern Football League season.
Ten Albany-based teams took part in the event along with two teams from Katanning, two from Ongerup, one from Denmark and four from Kojonup.
In an ongoing series, the WA Football Commission and The Extra are recognising the efforts of football volunteers.
Wrap of round eight in the Albany Junior Soccer Association under-15 competition.
A robust north-easterly wind greeted the 17 riders who contested the Albany Cycle Club’s Narrikup Handicap on Sunday, June 12, providing crosswinds and echelons for the length of the 36km course.
Wrap of action from round seven of the Albany Netball Association B1 competition.
Masters foiled in their bid for title in Perth
Wrap of the round seven action in the Southern Districts Junior Football Association under-12 competition.
The GFL colts lost the final but had four players named in the All-Stars.
Jason and Jasely-Jean Dimer captured the Scotch Doubles crown
He is part of a travelling team of 23 players that will represent WA at Theobarton Oval with the match starting at 11am and is set to lead the ruck in the championship opener.
The LGSHA do battle with four other teams in their conquest for division 1 glory, Upper Great Southern, Eastern Goldfields, Bunbury and Geraldton
It was a winning week for Great Southern jockeys Natasha Faithfull and Jessica Gray after both landed trebles in the north of the State.
Five Great Southern Football League women’s players to pull on Black Swans jumper in State clash on Friday night.
The UGSHA had teams in division one, division two, division four and masters division one.
The testimonial match was played to honour the lasting impact of Caledonians stalwart Marty Loveridge and Rovers legend Gary O’Neill and their contributions to their respective clubs over several decades.
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