Wests versus Gunners matches are usually hard-fought encounters and this weekend’s matches were just that.
Gunners’ First Division match against the Panthers on Saturday looked like being a David and Goliath scenario
It’s not uncommon to see siblings play in the same sporting team … but being able to play in the same team as your mother or father is very special.
Wests and Gunners both took to the field for the local 1st Division derby with depleted lineups on Saturday.
The weekend’s big rain played havoc with local football fixtures.
Barambah returned to Murgon to take on visitors Wests on Saturday. Matches between these two sides are always hard fought, no matter where each team sits on the ladder.
Nanango travelled to Kingaroy on Saturday for a much anticipated round of football against arch-rivals Wests.
The first round of the South Burnett’s Evolution Solar Football League for 2015 was played in Nanango and Kingaroy on Saturday, and the matches drew good crowds of spectators at both venues
The 2015 Evolution Solar Football League competition kicks off on Saturday
With many players unavailable due to work commitments or injuries, Kingaroy sent a capable but under-strength squad to their Round 1 FFA Cup Match against Warwick Wolves in Toowoomba
Kingaroy will travel to Toowoomba to play Warwick Wolves on Saturday, March 14 at Clive Berghofer Stadium.
The last-minute cancellation of this year’s Evolution Solar South Burnett Seven’s Carnival was an agonising decision for the organisers
Kingaroy will be awash with soccer enthusiasts this weekend for the annual Soccer Sevens carnival
Hey girls … have you ever thought about playing soccer? Do you want to learn more or refresh your skills?
Saturday was a perfect day for the Evolution Solar Football League Grand Finals in Nanango.
All three grades battled it out in the Preliminary Finals of the Evolution Solar Football League on Saturday.
After a very nervous evening following heavy rain, the Murgon pitch was just passable on Sunday morning for the semi-finals of the Evolution Solar Football League competition
Barambah went into this weekend’s 2nd Division match knowing that nothing less than a win would do if they were to have any chance of winning the Second Division Minor Premiership.
The weather was cold but the action was hot in soccer matches played in Murgon and Kingaroy on Saturday.
With only four weeks to go in this year’s competition, all teams are looking for advantages going into the semi-finals.