AMONG the golfers competing in the 2017 Vision Australia NSW Blind Golf Open Championship at Milperra last week was Padstow resident, Des Lean-Fore.
ROARING into gravity-defying action, Monster Jam returns to ANZ Stadium with a massive night of exciting family entertainment on Saturday, October 21.
SYDNEY Thunder will run a free cricket clinic for women and girls from ethnic backgrounds in Bankstown next Saturday, October 21.
PLAYER of the year, Mitch Brown produced a classy bowling performance capturing 4/44 off 15 overs as the Bulldogs secured a hard-fought victory over North Sydney at Memorial Oval on Saturday.
From back page Des, a founder of Blind Golf Australia, while admitting he didn't have one of his best competitions, finished well back in the field when he competed at Bankstown Golf Course on Thursday and Friday.
Second Grade: Despite scoring a massive 9/411 the Bulldogs were run down by North Sydney at Bon Andrews Oval.
From back page Shaw is sitting in second position in the ASBK with the last round of the series in Phillip Island.
FOR a relatively newcomer to the sport, Padstow Heights Superbike rider, Yanni Shaw is turning heads.
By MICK STEPHENSON THE Bankstown Sports Club Bulldogs are in a commanding position at Memorial Oval in the two-day match against North Sydney.
INCLUDING two lots of siblings, Georges River Grammar students starred at the Regional, State, and National Interschools Snow Sports Championships at Perisher and Mt Buller.