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Bunbury had its own taste of the Olympics on Sunday when athletes and police joined forces for the a Torch Run

Collie took until the fourth quarter to beat a persistent Busselton at home on Saturday night.

South Bunbury forward Leigh Kohlmann spoilt Bunbury’s afternoon on Sunday, starring in the final term.

“It was a game we simply had to win and I was very happy the boys got home.” - Harvey coach Paul Fimmano

Lauren Reynolds and Ryan Bailie will return to Australia having both performed on the biggest sporting stage.

Trent Worthington and Wade Hitchcock both received life memberships at recent Slammers MVP awards.

Waroona kart racer Nash Ferraro, 8, has his sights set on winning at the WA State Sprint Kart Championships.

The ongoing saga of whether a fence will surround the redeveloped Glen Huon Reserve in Eaton has been resolved

Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School students headed east this week to compete in a national cross country event.

A race with a difference will take place for the first time in Australia this weekend at Collie Motorplex.

Medal hopes of the SW are with two Bunbury athletes who are preparing for the biggest races of their careers.

Hayden Carter stole the show, winning a gold, silver and bronze medal at a recent international Eskrima comp.

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