June 2018

Published a story 22nd Jun 2018 11:29 AM

A loss after seven consecutive wins is not always a bad thing.

Force women eager for rapid response

A loss after seven consecutive wins is not always a bad thing.

Published a story 22nd Jun 2018 11:05 AM

"It's a good experience, especially if you want to further your footballing in every way.''

Why Gabby's goal a deserved reward

"It's a good experience, especially if you want to further your footballing in every way.''

Published a story 21st Jun 2018 12:39 PM

WHEN Mercedes Siganto spent months in a wheelchair, she could only dream of contesting one of Australian Swimming's major events.

Mum's tears of joy after daughter defies years of struggle

WHEN Mercedes Siganto spent months in a wheelchair, she could only dream of contesting one of Australian Swimming's major events.

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 2:09 PM

As one of only three unbeaten teams, the Goodna Sapphires are well placed to successfully defend their South East Queensland Cup title.

Scoring 50 plus points vital for Cup contenders

As one of only three unbeaten teams, the Goodna Sapphires are well placed to successfully defend their South East Queensland Cup title.

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 1:23 PM

Wests were given an almighty scare when last year's runners-up took a 3-1 lead in the second half.

Terrific comeback: Wests survive final scare

Wests were given an almighty scare when last year's runners-up took a 3-1 lead in the second half.

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 10:55 AM

FINLAND-bound Montanna McAvoy hasn't let the cooler conditions hamper her training for next month's World under-20 championships.

Montanna in hot form for her first world titles

FINLAND-bound Montanna McAvoy hasn't let the cooler conditions hamper her training for next month's World under-20 championships.

Published a story 17th Jun 2018 4:34 PM

JETSETTING regional basketballer Meg Essex has missed her mum's home cooking the most during her United States College stint.

From the US back to help out Ipswich

JETSETTING regional basketballer Meg Essex has missed her mum's home cooking the most during her United States College stint.

Published a story 17th Jun 2018 4:30 PM

SHELLSHOCKED, an Ipswich Cup hangover, a panic attack - call it what you will.

Panic attack shatters top team's victory hopes

SHELLSHOCKED, an Ipswich Cup hangover, a panic attack - call it what you will.

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David, known as "Lemsy" around Ipswich, has been with the QT since 1984. He has been sports editor for more than two decades and has won numerous awards for his sports writing, including being named APN Journalist of the Year and Sports Editor of the Year. Away from work, he enjoys fishing, spending time with his family and watching sport.