Wooroolin Warriors proved too good for Gympie Valleys in their 40-over A Grade match played at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy last Saturday.
Rain again affected cricket in the South Burnett region last weekend, with one game washed out and the T20 final of the A Grade competition to be rescheduled.
All senior cricket games scheduled to be played in the South Burnett at the weekend were washed out, but the juniors had a lot more luck with the weather!
Cherbourg notched up their first win of the South Burnett 2020-21 cricket season with a Round 2 victory over Wooroolin in Kingaroy on Saturday.
Two centuries scored within minutes of each other were the highlights of Round 1 of the South Burnett Cricket Association’s 2020-21 senior competition at the weekend.
Cricketers of all ages eager for the 2020-21 season to get under way in the South Burnett will have their wishes fulfilled this weekend with the opening games of the local season scheduled.
Murgon Crusaders’ 2020-21 campaign in the Gympie cricket competition has begun on the front foot with a win against Gympie Colts.
South Burnett players are making their mark again this season in Wide Bay cricket.
Timbertowners have wielded the willow like an axe, demolishing Kingaroy Services in the Plate Final of the South Burnett Cricket competition played at Blackbutt on Saturday.
It’s been a big weekend for South Burnett cricket players!
Murgon Crusaders will be strong favourites to take the trophy going into the Gympie A Grade cricket final on Saturday.
Murgon Crusaders are through to the Grand Final of the A Grade Gympie cricket competition after a strong performance at the weekend
Redgate youngster Harrison Sippel’s cricketing career is continuing to attract notice.
Murgon Crusaders have finished on top of the Gympie Regional Cricket Association’s A Grade table after 20 rounds of keen competition.
Police from Gympie and the South Burnett swooped on the Kingaroy Cricket Club on Thursday night … but it was all for a good cause.
A full round of games was played in Round 3 of the South Burnett Cricket competition at the weekend, but no home teams came up with a win.
For the second week in a row, rain played havoc with South Burnett cricket matches at the weekend.
Rain disrupted the first round of the South Burnett cricket competition played on Saturday
Round 1 of the South Burnett’s new-look senior cricket competition will get under way this Saturday
The Kingaroy Flames held their first training session at their new $37,500 practice nets this week