SOUTH Grafton young gun offered chance to link up with premier league development system at Penrith Panthers.
THEY MIGHT not have a premier rowing program and their equipment pales in comparison, but that has not stopped Maclean High students from taking on the best.
A DETERMINED knock from GDSC Easts opener Ryan Spies has ensured the side remains at the top end of the GDSC Premier League competition.
KROEHNERT and Lawrence worked over the Coutts Crossing fielders, as Brothers stride out to comfortable win at McKittrick Park.
BRETT Wicks is a man who lets his actions on the field do the talking, but it was his moves off the field that had tongues wagging this week.
FOR the second straight year, Grafton's Amy Riddell will look horns with fellow former local Naomi McDonald in Country Cricket Championships.
THE best of the best school rowing teams will take on the Clarence River today, but local students are not daunted by the opposition.
A CHANCE conversation over a few beers has sparked a dramatic rise in form for Brothers Clocktower Hotel opener Kallen Lawrence.