Orange hit top rung: Cap Coast Football Club

MINOR PREMIERS: The CCFC Orange 2016 Men's Community Division 3 Minor Premiership Winners.

Another great weekend for Cap Coast Football Club teams

Four teams into grand final

Swans player Blair Price was a stand-out in the Revere Grade Match.

Huge weekend for Yeppoon Swans

Hero's welcome for our Olympian

WHAT A LEGEND: Sasha swamped by current Rockhampton Grammar School students, his former school.

Our silver medallist has arrived home.

Queensland skipper and assist king

NATURAL NUMBER 10: Jardel was named Queensland under-12s captain and has scored two goals so far for his state.

'Aussie Messi' scores two as captain for Queensland

Good things come in threes

RABBITOHS TO BROTHERS: Justin Daniels re-joined the Rockhampton minor premiers this season after two highly successful ones in Bluff. INSET: Daniels was the man of the match in the Central Highlands grand final last season.

Daniels, Law and Power answer Brothers call to arms

Meet the new CEO of the Rockhampton Jockey Club

NEW ERA: Rockhampton Jockey Club chairman Peter Boodle welcomes in new CEO Tony Fenlon at Callaghan Park.

Jockey Club welcomes in new CEO

Rio 2016: All-star welcome for Aussies returning home

Australian Olympic team gold medalist Mack Horton is welcomed home from Rio de Janeiro on his return from the XXXI Summer Olympics, in Sydney (AAP Image/Paul Miller)

Turnbull, Shorten, Peter Cosgrove greet Australian athletes

BIG MOVE: Major Rocky sporting precinct could be relocated

AFFECTED SPORT: Wanderers Ainslee Deeth in the grand final hockey game at Kalka Shades last year.

"A number of our sports have outgrown their current locations"

Caribeae's good for gold

SWIMMING STARS: Brock Valigura, Lauren Murphy, Emilee Burness, Miranda Chopping, (front, from left) Joseph Milburn, Amber Webber, Clay Valigura and Carmelita Aldiss will lead the Central Queensland medal hunt at the Queensland Short Course Championships in Brisbane later this week.

Central Queensland swimmers is preparing to chase gold of their own

Sam jokes his way to major landmark

Endearing trait was that he never took himself seriously.

Olympians return to more glory

ALL-STAR WELCOME: Olympians (top to bottom) Cate Campbell, Mack Horton, Kyle Chalmers, Emma McKeon and Brittany Elmslie welcomed home from Rio. 

PHOTO: PAUL MILLER/AAP

Australia's Olympic team have been given an all-star welcome.

Rude awakening as North prepares to cut veterans loose

Brent Harvey attends training at Arden St today.

As far as kangaroo culls go this was as brutal as it gets

Gillett may be open to Warriors move

Matt Gillett in action for the Broncos.

New Zealand outfit emerging as a real threat

Nadal to start campaign at Brisbane International

Rafael Nadal will be one of the headline acts in Brisbane next January.

Nadal to start campaign at Brisbane International

Roberts cops punishment from Broncos

James Roberts looks on during the Brisbane Broncos training session at Red Hill in Brisbane, Wednesday, June 8, 2016. The Broncos play the Canberra Raiders in their round 14 match in Brisbane tomorrow night. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

Roberts will not be suspended

Gulaptis: Greyhound racing ban a 'human tragedy'

Greyhound racing has been a large part of Australian culture for many years. This photo essay explores a night at the greyhounds. It tries to capture the sights, sounds and atmosphere of this well known past time. Photo Contributed

"It’s a human tragedy to see good people lose their jobs"

Former gymnast dives in at the deep end

MAKING A SPLASH: Domonic Bedggood is making his Olympic debut in Rio.

Bedggood lining up in the 10m platform.

Mary Hanna set to Boogie at fifth Olympic Games

DISTINGUISHED CAREER: Mary Hanna with Boogie Woogie 6 and Umbro, which are both qualified to compete at Rio. Hanna, 61, will be competing in her fifth Olympics and is Australia's oldest competitor at the Games.

Hanna is already planning to compete at the Tokyo 2020

Worth aiming high in archery competition

ALL FOCUS: Australia's Taylor Worth at the 2012 Games.

Selection bitter-sweet after great mate missed out.

Denny takes the long road to Rio

WINDING UP: Queenslander Matthew Denny competes in the men's discus throw during the Australian Athletics Championships in April.

Queenslander claimed national title in April.

Rayner fighting fit for Rio

POWER-PACKED: Chloe Rayner in action during competition at the national titles.

Teen tore hamstring tendon off her pelvic bone in lead-up.

'Old man' takes up challenge of his fifth Olympics

AGE SHALL NOT WEARY HIM: Martin Marinov (left) will partner Ferenc Szekszardi in the C2 1000m in Rio, as well as taking on the C1 1000m.

Aussie the oldest canoeing athlete to compete at an Olympics.

Contenders suddenly have big holes to fill

Nic Naitanui limbs from Domain Stadium in Perth.

Jack Fitzpatrick and Jonathan Giles come on down.

Players and fans left to bemoan NRL judiciary

NASTY INCIDENT: Blood pours from Brisbane Broncos player Corey Parker's mouth during their round 24 NRL game against the Canterbury Bulldogs at Suncorp Stadium.

Brisbane forward Sam Thaiday admits he is totally confused.

Morris puts club before cash in rare selfless act

CLUB FIRST: Brett Morris will leave a decision on his participation in the Four Nations up to his Bulldogs coach Des Hasler.

Decision on Four Nations availability to be left to coach.

Have the Warriors killed another coach?

Coach of the Warriors Andrew McFadden.

Have the Warriors killed another coach?

Bontempelli leaves Lewy in his wake

Marcus Bontempelli of the Bulldogs.

Lewis Taylor losing ground on Bontempelli.

Brisbane needs to get its priorities straight

STOCKS RISING: Hawthorn assistant coach Brett Ratten shapes as a target for the Brisbane Lions if they decide to part ways with incumbent coach Justin Leppitsch.

Board has some tough decisions to make.

Thurston's ready for big battle at Belmore

Johnathan Thurston.

Johnathan Thurston ready for battle at Belmore.

Bronco Kahu ready for Koroibete test

BIG NIGHT: Jordan Kahu will have a tough test against the Melbourne Storm on Friday night.

Jordan Kahu ready for Storm test.

Pressure on Sharks to deliver against Rabbitohs

MAIN MAN: Ben Barba.

Cronulla's destiny is in its own hands.

Half as many reasons for Gus to be excited

Nathan Cleary in action for the Panthers.

Gould suggests the NRL establish an academy for emerging halfbacks

Roosters show what they're really made of

Boyd Cordner in action for the Roosters.

Sydney Roosters give fans a glimpse of what could have been

Contenders suddenly have big holes to fill

Nic Naitanui limbs from Domain Stadium in Perth.

Jack Fitzpatrick and Jonathan Giles come on down.

Demons fail to deliver to give Roos easy ride

ALL OVER: Dylan Buckley of Carlton (right) hugs Jack Viney after the Blues defeated the Demons.

A thrilling finish to the home and away rounds has been snuffed out

Woman threw a banana at Indigenous AFL player

A scene from the footage showing a woman, far left, about to throw a banana at Adelaide Crows Indigenous player Eddie Betts.

Woman allegedly called Betts a monkey after throwing banana

RIO 2016: Neymar sends Brazil into raptures

MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Neymar is swamped by media and fans after receiving his gold medal at the Maracana Stadium.

Neymar leads Brazil to gold medal.

Gunners out to shoot down premiers

LEICESTER TRIP: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

Wenger says facing Leicester City will be no different to last year.

RIO 2016: Brazil with shot at redemption against Germans

STAR POWER: Brazil's Neymar will line up in the gold medal game against Germany.

Football giants to clash in the Olympics football final.

Socceroo great just here to help

BIG COUP: Melbourne City FC's new signing Tim Cahill trains at the club's facility.

Tim Cahill doesn't want a "circus” around him at Melbourne City.

Zlatan still has what it takes, says United boss

Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, left, and Bournemouth's Harry Arter challenge for the ball.

Manchester United gets first-up win over Bournemouth.

Champion Leicester loses opening EPL clash

Action from the Hull v Leicester clash.

Leicester City loses opening EPL clash.

ODIs a chance for Aussies to save face

WORK TO DO: Australian cricket captain Steven Smith and coach Darren Lehmann chat during a practice session in Colombo.

Five-match series set to get under way.

Burns or Khawaja faces chop for Test

NET GAIN: Shaun Marsh (left) and Steve Smith look on during an Australian cricket team training session.

Marsh in line to play in third Test.

Aussies in spin after Herath takes hat-trick

SPIN KING: Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath.

Australia on the ropes in second Test.

Holland set to replace injured O'Keefe

TEST CALL-UP: Jon Holland celebrates a wicket with his Victorian teammates in the Sheffield Shield.

Tourists look to fight back after losing the first Test.

Johnson set for a debut in Big Bash at long last

STILL FIRING: Former Australian Test quick Mitchell Johnson will play for the Scorchers in the Big Bash.

Former Aussie bowler signs with Scorchers.

Smith looks to put spin on loss

REGROUPING: Australia's Steve Smith reacts after complaining about fading light on day four of the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Pallekele.

Australians look to regroup after capitulation in first Test.

Brothers make it six titles in a row

Brothers Crimson celebrate their grand final victory yesterday.

Brothers Crimson win sixth straight Rocky A-grade netball title

Best friends to face off in Rocky's A-grade netball final

Captains Keanna Hopkins (Frenchville Brumbies, left) and Bec Thompson (Brothers Crimson).

Netball captains to put friendship aside for 60 minutes on Sunday

Slick Brumbies race into final

Hanna Thompson from Bluebirds Hawks.

Frenchville Brumbies win way into A-grade netball grand final

Taylah shoots national goals for netball future

GREEN AND GOLD: Emmaus College goal-shooter Taylah Cox will represent Australia in the under-15s netball team next year.

14-year-old hopes netball will be at Olympics in near future

Birds pull win over Swifts out of the fire

CHAMPIONS AGAIN: The Firebirds celebrate their extra-time grand final win over the Swifts yesterday.

There's no win quite like an extra-time win

Game promises to be a clash of the titans

ON COURT: Brothers Crimson centre Ashleigh Whooley.

Clash of titans match turned into one-sided story

$50,000 investment that reaped $500,000 reward

ROCKHAMPTON'S Capricornia Yearling Sale (CYS) achieved another milestone this week when Cash Dash was sold to Hong Kong interests

Can Winx make it 10 straight in the Warwick Stakes?

Winx will start the Warwick Stakes as a very short-priced favourite

Winx the star attraction at Royal Randwick.

First-up horses have edge in PB Lawrence Stakes

The PB Lawrence Stakes is set to be an extremely intriguing affair.

Payne loses ride on Prince of Penzance

Prince of Penzance, ridden by Michelle Payne, after winning the Melbourne Cup at Flemington Racecourse.

Concerns over the jockey's fitness have prompted the move

RIO 2016: Aussie riders take bronze medal

Shane Rose, Stuart Tinney, Sam Griffiths and Christopher Burton of Australia celebrate winning a bronze in Rio.

Aussies win bronze in the Rio Olympics team eventing.

History suggests Capitalist might struggle

Capitalist set to start Missile Stakes as short-priced favourite.

RIO 2016: Aussie pair starts well in golf

The Australian duo of Minjee Lee and Su Oh have had decent starts in their bid for a medal in the women's strokeplay singles.

Greg's back to enjoy golf and great weather

Terry Franzman tees off at the Rockhampton Golf Course yesterday.

Golfers tee off in opening round of vets carnival in Rocky

Robert Allenby cops late-night arrest outside US casino

Robert Allenby, pictured here on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, walking past Clive Palmer's dinosaur at the Palmer Coolum Resort.

In early 2015, Allenby was caught up in a bizarre kidnapping saga