Lewis Holland inches closer to an Olympic Games odyssey, Queanbeyan netballers prepare themselves for State Age Championships, and Kiama lands hosting rights to the World Junior Surfing Championships.
Queanbeyan's resident snooker star, Theresa Whitten, has booked herself another world championships berth, set to fly out to Egypt for the 2016 IBSF 6-Red Championships in Sharm-El-Sheikh between July 20 and 30.
The ACT Schoolboys squad have historically placed around the middle of the table at the National Schoolboys Championship, but this year, coach Dan Hawke believes the team can lift, breaking into the upper echelon of the competition.
The latest sporting field to go online in Googong is to be christened this weekend when the Monaro Panthers square up against Woden-Weston FC for rights to the John Brooks Memorial Shield.
The ACT Brumbies are set to scour Canberra's club rugby ranks and invite first-grade players to Super Rugby training to help ease the pain of a triple back-row injury blow for the last three games of the season.
Queanbeyan Kangaroos have jumped to the top of the Canberra Raiders Cup ladder after beating the Queanbeyan Blues 27-12 on Saturday, taking revenge for a 56-0 thumping in the clash between the teams earlier this year.