Wanderers win again
Western Sydney Wanderers A-League soccer team made it six wins in succession beating Melbourne Victory, 2-1, at AAMI Park on Saturday night. The Wanderers face Perth Glory this Saturday at Parramatta Stadium at 5.30pm.
Cottrell in lawn bowls teams
St Johns Park Bowling Club's Kelsey Cottrell has been picked in the national women's singles and pairs teams for the Trans-Tasman Series against New Zealand in Auckland from March 17 to 23.
Fowler MP Chris Hayes is encouraging athletes and sports teams to apply for the Local Sporting Champions grants of $500 (individuals) and $3000 (teams). Applications close on February 28.
Details: Australian Sports Commission, ausport.gov.au/champions.
Hangyasi roars for Lions
Fairfield-Liverpool first grade cricket fast bowler Phil Hangyasi took 7-49, giving his team the upper hand against Penrith at Rosedale Oval on Saturday. Penrith was dismissed for 135. In reply the Lions were 4-72 at stumps.
Mounties set for Bulldogs
Canberra Raiders defeated Mounties NSW Cup team, 12-8, in a rugby-league trial at Cook Park, Mount Pritchard, on Saturday night. Mounties take on the Canterbury Bulldogs at Aubrey Keech Reserve at Hinchinbrook on Saturday at 6.30pm.