Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Briefs

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Briefs

Article excerpt

Karts hit track

KARTING: Warwick is the venue this weekend for the final round of the Supercheap Auto Kart series with a number of Rockhampton karters still in contention for some of the lucrative prizemoney.

Matt Dicinoski, of Smartcity Racing, is running second in the Leopard Heavy section while Graham Prajbisz has a chance to improve on his third position in Leopard Light.

Discinoski will also test drive a new category of kart, the Formula 100.

Boomers win

BASKETBALL: The Australian men's basketball team have bounced back from their Oceania Championship loss to New Zealand to defeat Turkey 70-54 in the opening game of the Stankovic Cup in Kunshan City, China.

Hunter gone

AFL: The AFL career of West Coast's Adam Hunter is officially over, while Richmond duo Nathan Brown and Mark Coughlan have been told they are no longer required by the Tigers.

Big trick

SKIIING: Winter Olympian Ben Mates has qualified for the main round of the Boost Mobile SnoSho after a spectacular combination of big air tricks and rail sliding. …

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