THE Auburn Eagles are well placed coming into the finals of the Sydney Shires cricket competition.
REFUSING to let a bit of rain spoil the fun, organisers of the Holroyd Little Athletics Centre's (HLAC) Twilight Carnival, said last weekend's event was a huge success.
ON game day, the rivalry on the court is fierce but players and coaches from Giants Netball and the NSW Swifts, came together at the Genea Netball Centre at Sydney Olympic Park to give their fans a day of fun.
FOLLOWING two sell-out years, the game show inspired 5km Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge (ROC) is back at Sydney Olympic Park this Saturday, February 10.
AUBURN Eagle Nasir Jalil strengthened his claim on being the best all-rounder in Sydney Shires cricket competition by taking 4-20 and scoring 27 not out in Saturday's one-day, 50-Over match against Lane Cove Cricket Club.
PLAYERS of all ages and every background are welcome at the Lidcombe Waratah Junior Soccer Club, says secretary Mel Rennie.
MELANOMA survivor and Rosnay Golf Club member Craig Cockburn is urging his fellow golfers to look after their skin as part of a Cancer Council NSW's Improve Your Long Game campaign.
AFTER undergoing a facelift, including a new roof with skylights and cooling fans, the Cumberland Basketball Centre has been holding school holiday basketball camps for children.