Cherbourg’s Boxing Group is growing so much – and the Cherbourg Sporting Complex has been so busy lately – that the young boxers needed a new shed to house their training.
It was a proud – but sad – day for Cherbourg residents when Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor was inducted into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame.
A special ceremony will be held later this month to induct one of Cherbourg’s sporting greats, Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor, into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated the Kingaroy Sporting Club on receiving a $34,689 Gambling Community Benefit Grant through a recent round of the program.
South Burnett boxer Stanley Green wants to become a big name in boxing, and at 17 years of age is already on the path to make his dream come true
A funeral will be held in Cherbourg on Friday for former Australian boxer Edward Claude – “Eddie” – Barney.
A team of young South Burnett boxers made their debut in the ring last month at Hervey Bay.
Former Kingaroy junior boxer Liam Wilson’s dreams of winning Commonwealth Games gold evaporated on Tuesday afternoon with a 5-0 defeat by English boxer Luke McCormack in a quarter-final bout.
Some of Australia’s top kickboxers will be coming to Kingaroy on February 13 for the South Burnett’s first pro-am kickboxing show.
Junior boxing returned to the Kingaroy RSL Club on Saturday after a two-year break.
Friends, family members and former boxers honoured a sometimes forgotten South Burnett sportsman on Saturday … gold-medal winning boxer Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor (1938-2008).
Cherbourg’s NAIDOC celebrations were kicked off in a spectacular fashion with the official opening on Monday of the Ration Shed’s new Play The Ball exhibition.
The South Burnett’s “boxers of the future” were on display at the Kingaroy RSL Club on Sunday afternoon, and local trainer Len Hams was happy with what he saw.