Kingaroy Services Blue proved too strong for Nanango Scorpions in their South Burnett senior cricket match at Alan Downie Sportsfields, Nanango, last Saturday.
Tingoora Vikings’ Jye Hartwig dominated the Kingaroy Blues’ bowlers in their South Burnett Senior Cricket competition clash at Tingoora Sportsground last Saturday.
Murgon Diggers proved too strong for Kingaroy Services Orange in their cricket match played at Taabinga State School.
Tingoora Vikings continued their unbeaten run in the 2023 South Burnett cricket competition by downing Wooroolin Warriors by five wickets on Saturday.
Kingaroy Services Blue (3/319) defeated an under-strength Wondai Wolves (77 all out) by 242 runs at Wondai Cricket Ground on Saturday.
Murgon’s Courtney Sippel helped the Brisbane Heat to a decisive victory over the Perth Scorchers in the Women’s Big Bash League game played at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.
Star batsman Chris Lynn is used to big hitting, but last Saturday he was a big hit with junior cricketers in Kingaroy.
A new South Burnett cricket season is under way, with a new team from Tingoora also making its debut …
The weather’s getting warmer … so it’s time for cricket! South Burnett’s local competitions are getting under way this weekend.
A bunch of South Burnett junior cricketers have been playing for various teams in the recent Century Cricket competitions in Brisbane.
With rugby league drawing to a close, it must be time for cricket!
Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel flew out of Australia at the weekend, heading for England and her role in the Australia A team.
The Murgon Cricket Club completed its domination of local competitions on Saturday, locking in a victory in the Gympie A Grade Two-Day competition.
The first steps have been taken towards forming an All-Abilities Cricket team in the South Burnett.
Murgon and Tingoora Vikings’ Grand Final clash at Wondai on Saturday was always going to be keenly fought.
The South Burnett Cricket Association looked back on a very successful year at their end-of-season awards held on Saturday morning in Wondai.
Rain washed out the South Burnett Cricket Association’s planned big Saturday of Finals games at the weekend.
Murgon overpowered Tingoora Vikings on Saturday to earn a spot in the South Burnett Senior Cricket Grand Final, but it was the Minor Semi-Final – played in Kingaroy – which had spectators on the edge of their seats.
South Burnett junior cricketers turned out in pink last weekend to support a very special cause.
Murgon opener Jonathon Kapernick singlehandedly demolished Kingaroy Services Orange last Saturday in their clash at Taabinga State School.