FOOTBALL: Woombye captain Mark Polley admits his men lacked self-assurance in a top-of-the-table mauling by Kawana a week ago, but they’re doing everything they can to regain that confidence.
MAROOCHYDORE coach Brett Maloney believes his side’s stunning upset of QFA North division juggernaut Mayne changes the Roos “as a football club”.
MELISSA Gorman’s 2016 Olympics ambitions were all but quashed by two Sunshine Coast up-and-comers at a recent World Cup meet.
AUSTRALIAN RULES: Noosa will take on reigning QFA North premier Mayne with confidence next weekend after registering a fifth straight win yesterday.
RUNNING: Jackson Elliott has taken surprisingly little time to adapt to steeplechase racing and is hopeful of making the national team for next year’s Olympics.
Coolum Beach’s John Pearson, 43, is an ultra-marathon runner who helped Australia to silver at the World 24-hour Championships in Italy last month.
WHEN Kiani Andersen was sensationally edged by veteran Helen Allen in the singles final of the State Champion of Club Champions in 2013 she was gutted and walked away from the sport for a much-needed break.
SURFING: Coolum Beach’s Julian Wilson slipped from fourth to eighth place on the World Surf League Championship Tour standings following the end of the Oi Rio Pro yesterday.
BOXING: It’s all or nothing for dual Olympian Brad Hore, who admits defeat in an emotion-charged bout at Maroochydore on Saturday night would likely end his career.