If you love sport, we've got you covered.
TheCentral Western Daily's sport coverage gives readers what they can't get elsewhere, from player profiles to feature articles and editorials all the way through to blow-by-blow match reports at the local, regional, state, national and, at times, international level too.
There's no other publication that covers such a wide range of sports - from the regular rugby league and union, Australian rules, netball and cricket coverage right through to the more obscure sports like bowhunting and ultimate frisbee - in anywhere near as much detail as we do, editorially or photographically.
Now, you've been given a chance to read it for 20 per cent less.
Nowhere else produces that coverage in a manner that's as timely as we do, with live updates, stories and galleries regularly published shortly after an event has finished, particularly in the winter season.
Our coverage of finals is hard to beat and includes multiple-page features complete with team lists, player profiles, injury updates and previews, not to mention blow-by-blow analysis of the grand finals.
Our coverage of finals, is hard to beat and often includes multiple-page features including team lists, player profiles, injury updates and previews not to mention blow-by-blow analysis of the grand finals games.
When it comes to regional coverage we cover a range of different codes including Central West Rugby Union, Group 10, and Central West AFL competitions, along with Western Zone Premier League and President's Cup cricket too, coupled with regular updates from all of the region's racing, greyhound and harness racing trainers.
Junior sport is and always will be a focus because supporting and promoting the next generation of Orange and the Central West's sporting stars is crucial - it's not just about the seniors after all.
Women's sport is a focus too, particularly in sports like netball and rugby union which seem to be growing exponentially.
We provide consistent coverage of Orange products excelling on the state, national and international stages, providing readers with a link to and updates of those they may have played with or against before they moved to the higher levels.
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Most importantly you can't underestimate the importance of our reporting team.
Matt Findlay, Nick McGrath, Max Stainkamph and Dave Neil have not only written about sport, they've also played and officiated sport in this region.
The team's knowledge, particularly of rugby union, rugby league, cricket and Australian Rules gives us access to those communities and inside information of things such as injuries and suspensions etc and gives us an insider look at bigger events like the Classic Wallabies game last year and even the recent Central West's tour of New Zealand.
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