It can only be described as a bizarre set of circumstances but Bay Power has found itself in a near-identical position to the one it was in one year ago.
The inaugural Central Queensland Basketball League will reach its crescendo on Saturday when Bundaberg hosts the grand finals.
The club will be the most-represented when the HBNA's post-season starts tomorrow, as 10 of Breakaways' 12 competitive teams made the finals.
KSS Jets went within one goal of stunning second-placed Bayside Strikers last week, but can they go one better against Tinana?
A win against United Warriors could put KSS Jets a major step closer to the Wide Bay League 2 finals.
THE first week of the Bundaberg Rugby League finals will be significant for the competition for a special reason.
Granville's annual charity day will honour and remember a former Tiger who became one of the country's leading organ donation advocates.
Maryborough's rugby league clubs will put it all on the line when they step on to Bundaberg's Salter Oval for tomorrow's semi finals.
It is more about her path to becoming a champion junior boxer, one who will fly out on Saturday to compete at the AIBA Youth Women's World Championship.
BUNDABERG'S Aiden Potter lived the dream of every basketballer on Saturday.
BINGERA coach Brett Kitching says the break this week comes at the ideal time for his side.
A Hamish Perkin hat trick powered United Warriors to its first Wide Bay Premier League win in 358 days.
The deal will give the football community unprecedented access to the Roar, and provide a direct path from Federation Park Field to Suncorp Stadium, and beyond.
AUSTRALIANS will finally be able to tune into next-generation television broadcasts later this year.
This year's Paddle Out for Whales is at a new location to make it easier for participants, spectators and people with disabilities.
HERVEY Bay and Gympie will travel to the Rum City this Saturday to face off for a spot in the AFL Wide Bay grand final.
IT WAS the loss the Bulldogs were happy to have on Saturday afternoon.
AFTER winning the highest individual honour in the Bundaberg Rugby League A-grade, Wests' James Prichard now has his sights set on another award.
Fraser Coast's two cricket associations will rekindle it's long-term relationship to form a larger, two-grade competition.
With the great result comes great responsibility, and the Bombers will now choose where they will face Gympie in the major semi final.