The South Burnett Cricket Association’s A Grade trophies – and the Wide Bay Cricketer of the Year Trophy – were handed out at the conclusion of the A Grade grand final on Saturday.
Kingaroy Junior Cricket Club has held its break-up night and awards presentations at Lyle Vidler Oval.
Kingaroy RSL dominated the 2013 A Grade South Burnett competition and their form didn’t let them down during the Grand Final against the Nanango Scorpions.
After enjoying a successful and competitive season, Warriors cricket club had a tough day on Saturday … losing the B Grade Grand Final and being knocked out of the A Grade competition.
The weekend rain played havoc with the cricket finals scheduled to be played at the weekend.
Kingaroy RSL are through to the A Grade South Burnett Cricket grand final without having to face a ball tomorrow.
Warriors have booked a berth in the Grand Final of the South Burnett’s B Grade cricket competition after knocking over Wondai at the Kingaroy State School Oval on Saturday
South Burnett regained the prestigious Goodchild Shield with a decisive victory over Bundaberg in the representative cricket final played at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy this afternoon.
There’s a big weekend ahead for South Burnett cricketers, with the Goodchild Shield final being played on Sunday, plus the last round of A Grade fixtures and the first round of the B Grade semi-finals on Saturday
Kingaroy bowler Tony Dugdell tore through the Murgon batsmen to take six wickets in the A Grade cricket match played at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
Kingaroy teenager Holly Ferling may be turning heads in India because of her skills on a cricket pitch but now she’s also made it into State Parliament.
Nanango held on to win by just two runs in their rain-affected A Grade cricket match against the Murgon Crusaders on Saturday.
Kingaroy cricketer Holly Ferling was the star player in Australia’s thrilling two-run victory over traditional rivals England in their ICC World Cup Super 6 match in Mumbai on Friday.
Kingaroy cricketer Holly Ferling has made an impressive debut for Australia, taking two wickets against Pakistan at the ICC Women’s World Cup being played in India.
Teams of pink-attired “cricketers” and a loyal band of supporters descended on Kingaroy’s TJ O’Neill Oval on Sunday
Kingaroy State High School student Holly Ferling has been selected in the 15-player squad for the ICC Women’s World Cup to be played in India from January 31 to February 17.
Warriors have won their two-day match against Murgon Crusaders outright after resuming their first innings with a commanding 100-run lead on Saturday at Murgon Showgrounds.
Rain – and the complex Duckworth-Lewis system of calculating scores – has handed victory to NSW
Kingaroy’s Holly Ferling will be trooping out onto the hallowed turf of the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday with her Queensland Fire colleagues for the grand final of the Women’s National Cricket League
The Goodchild Shield cricket final between South Burnett and Bundaberg will now be played on Sunday, February 10.