Harrison Roach is hopeful he can capitalise on extensive knowledge of his home break in a bid to kickstart the hunt for a world longboard tour title.
Although they fell in their debut battle in the state’s top tier, coach Paul Arnison says the Wanderers are far from disheartened moving forward.
While it’s been 18 months since the title win, Jordan Zunic says he’ll still garner plenty of confidence teeing off in the Queensland Open as the defending champion.
Fresh from a gritty victory, Michael Sim says he’s carrying plenty of confidence to give the Queensland Open on the Sunshine Coast a good shake.
While it’s his maiden season, Harri Jones is optimistic of not just mixing it with the best in the Porsche Carrera Cup but snaring podium glory too.
Halfback Caitlin Moran, who is well known for kicking a 79th minute match-sealing World Cup field goal in 2017, has shifted to the Sunshine Coast and linked with the club through her brother Cameron.
The passion and intensity of coach Paul Arnison will be a “massive” driving force for the Wanderers as they enter the state’s top tier, says captain Jeremy Stewart.
Lightning coach Kylee Byrne says she’s eager to put Super Netball’s new rolling substitutions rule to the test when they host West Coast Fever next week.
Kawana Waters paddler Brianna Massie has given Australia a major boost ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, helping to secure crucial quota spots.
While weather made life tricky, West Indies and Pakistan will have garnered plenty from their T20 World Cup camp on the Sunshine Coast, says tour operations manager Glynn Williams.