Buddina junior Jahly Stokes has credited self-belief and improved technique as the catalysts for her national title win.
Queensland Maroons coach Kevin Walters says he’s been keeping a close eye on the progress of Sunshine Coast young gun Reed Mahoney.
Maroochy River’s Shae Wools-Cobb says he has exceeded all expectations by making his first Australian Open cut and is confident he can maintain the form.
Surfing Australia’s Elite Program manager Bede Durbidge expects Julian Wilson can cap the year on a high and cement a ticket to Tokyo when he drops into the Pipe Masters.
Kawana’s speedy juniors are in prime form to cap the year on a high when they dive into the Gympie Gold Rush, says coach Marie Hasemann.
Sunshine Coast product and Brisbane Heat coach Ashley Noffke says he’s feeling comfortable ahead of his side’s bid to defend a Women’s Big Bash League crown.
Falcons backrower Chris Lewis expects his game will lift to new levels in the coming year after inking a full-time development contract with Melbourne Storm.
The region’s rising water polo talents are more than on track to stamp their mark in state waters this week says Sunshine Coast president Paul Coolican.
Don't miss a bevy of talent when the Sunshine Coast Daily will livestream the Gympie Gold Rush swim meet on Saturday. SEE HOW TO WATCH
Sunshine Coast team manager Craig Law has paid homage to the efforts of local clubs after the region continued a mighty record at the state interbranch championships.