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.
Kingaroy Junior Cricket is holding a Pink Stumps Day this Saturday to help raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.
The South Burnett XI annihilated the Bundaberg rep team on Sunday to bring the prestigious Goodchild Shield cricket trophy back home.
South Burnett cricketers – both junior and senior – have a big weekend ahead of them, including the final of the prestigious Goodchild Shield competition.
Nanango Yellow defeated Kingaroy Services Orange by 211 runs in their South Burnett senior cricket match played at Taabinga State School last Saturday.
Nanango Yellow defeated Kingaroy Services Blue by 72 runs during their Round 10 South Burnett senior cricket match last Saturday, played at Taabinga State School.
Former Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel has won a major award at the prestigious Australian Cricket Awards announced at a black tie event in Sydney this week.
The Tingoora Vikings had a lot to celebrate last Saturday … the fact they’re holding down the top spot on the local cricket ladder, a victory over Kingaroy Services Blue and the grand “re-opening” of their new cricket pitch.
Nanango Purple proved too strong for Nanango Yellow in the South Burnett Cricket Association’s T20 Grand Final played last Saturday.
Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel hit 29 valuable runs to help the Governor-General’s XI to victory against Pakistan at Allan Border Field in Brisbane on Friday.
The Grand Final of the South Burnett Cricket Association’s summer T20 competition will be played on Saturday afternoon (January 14).
A number of South Burnett junior cricketers have been in action for Wide Bay in the recent Queensland Junior Cricket championships.
The Grand Final of the Gympie A Grade One-Day competition will be played at Murgon Sportsground on Saturday after both South Burnett teams enjoyed victories last weekend.
Both South Burnett teams are through to the semi-finals of the Gympie A Grade One-Day competition after Round 10 was finalised.
A half-century by young batter Josh Fearby wasn’t enough to save Kingaroy Services Blue from defeat in their clash with Wooroolin at Taabinga State School last Saturday.
Kingaroy Services Orange were too strong for Nanango Purple, downing the visitors by five wickets in the South Burnett Senior cricket game played at Taabinga State School last Saturday.
Ladder leaders Murgon continued their unbeaten run in the 40-over South Burnett Senior cricket competition at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy last Saturday.
A young Wondai cricketer has been selected to play for Queensland in her age group, despite never having played in the local competition.
Both South Burnett junior and senior cricketers will be in action this weekend in representative games.