Two fencing gold medal matches, two gold medals. France’s colours flew in full force on Sunday at the Kim Dae-jeung Convention Centre, where Yannick Borell and Jeromine Mpah NJanga clinched victories in the men’s epee individual and women’s foil individual events. Continue reading Gwangju 2015: Double gold for France is a night to remember
Much of the scoring was thanks to Bayswater’s power forward Wayne McInerney (six majors), but the credit went to the delivery across the ground, with more than 60 tackles laid. Continue reading EFL: Pressure and structure key for Bayswater win over Wantirna South
The forecast morning rain never showed, allowing Springfield Park to play host to a dry but soft surface, as the Whitehorse Pioneers fell at a hurdle from the ruthless Park Orchards Sharks, and going down 12.10 (82) to 17.19 (121).
The scoreboard, however, belied the seven goal blitz slammed on by the Pioneers into the wind in the opening term.
Continue reading Sharp Sharks put Pioneers to the test
After just one day of competition, and the Opening Ceremony, social media has already thrown the spear at Channel 10’s Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games coverage.
With two channels that can be used for games coverage, and a plethora of events running until August 4, fans are asking; why is there a) not more sport and b) so many ads? Continue reading Channel Ten Missing the mark on Glasgow 2014
Another year, and another Unigames has been wrapped up. Held in the city of Wodonga, and some sports in Albury, 1,950 students descended on the town this week to contest 14 sports, with the desire to win a gold medal or secure the overall championship trophy. Continue reading Southern University Games: Wrap-up: La Trobe University outstanding on home turf
Once again, the city of Wodonga greeted competitors with a slight chill, but no sign of rain.
With all sports beginning to hit the peak stage of their respective divisions, securing as many wins as possible became crucial in the race for a top spot. Continue reading Southern University Games: Day 2: Tossing balls and Frisbees with Netball, Touch, Tennis and Ultimate
Fog in Wodonga on the first day of Southern University Games competition greeted the cross country competitors on a picturesque but somewhat muddy La Trobe University Albury-Wodonga campus. Continue reading Southern University Games: Day 1: Hitting the track with Cross Country, Futsal & Basketball
(This article was first seen here at Australian University Sport)
Every year, the demand and popularity of cheerleading at Southern University Games is increasing.
So much so, that this year, the competition has attracted a team from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Continue reading Southern University Games: Edition Three: Red and White Cheer from the North
To be ready for a highly demanding and physical competition, you need to prepare both as a team and individually.
Ahead of the 2014 Southern University Games in Wodonga, that’s exactly what the La Trobe University Ultimate Frisbee team is striving to achieve. Continue reading Southern University Games: Edition Two: Raising the bar high with cheer and Frisbee
It has been a while since I took some sort of “point out a problem” stand on Beyond Realisation. This time around, the target is the Brisbane Lions.
However, rather than call the Lions a target, it is instead a topic that got me very excited on ANZAC Day. The Lions mustered their first win – albeit a very, very nervous one – by three points against a determined St. Kilda outfit in Wellington. Continue reading AFL: 1-5 for the Lions in rebuilding stage