South Burnett Senior Eagle of the Year Glen Fisher, 17, has been named one of the 60 best schoolboy rugby league players in Queensland.
Murgon Mustangs hosted a special two-day carnival of junior rugby league at the weekend featuring two South Burnett sides plus 11 visiting teams.
The home crowd couldn’t have been happier as the Stags stomped on the Red Ants in the A Grade South Burnett Rugby League Grand Final played in Nanango on Saturday.
Kingaroy will take on Nanango in the South Burnett Rugby League A Grade grand final next Saturday following a keenly fought Preliminary Final played at T.J. O’Neill Oval on Saturday night
Murgon State School has won through to the next round of the NRL’s Development Cup after a thrilling victory against St Mary’s / St Joseph’s Bundaberg in Murgon this week.
Hundreds of young rugby league players went home tired but happy at the weekend after another huge – and very successful – Mini Mod rugby league carnival at Wondai.
Wondai Wolves’ senior coach Michael Greenwood is worried that the historic rugby league club may not have enough players to field a team this season.
The Murgon Mustangs Junior Rugby League Club has been named the 2017 NRL Community Awards “Grassroots Club of the Year”.
More than 500 junior rugby league players, officials and volunteers from throughout the Central Division converged on Kingaroy over the weekend to take part in the inaugural Central Division Junior Carnival
Two South Burnett junior rugby league rep teams will be travelling to Tara this weekend
Some of the best junior rugby league footballers in Queensland will be on show in Kingaroy next month when pre-season trial games for the Cyril Connell and Mal Meninga competitions have been scheduled
The annual Mini Mod Carnival, organised by the Wondai-Proston Junior Rugby League, had everything a South Burnett footy fan could desire.
Murgon State High School’s Open Rugby League team played against Bribie Island High in Gympie on Thursday for the Greg Smith Cup.
The annual Mini Mod rugby league carnival will be on again this Saturday at Wondai
The junior Eagles looked eager and Murgon Showgrounds looked a treat for the kick-off on Monday morning of the 50th anniversary 43kg junior rugby league carnival.
The official draw for the 50th anniversary 43kg Junior Rugby League Carnival – which kicks off in Murgon on Monday (July 6) – has been released.
More than 300 visitors from all over Queensland are expected to converge on Murgon from Sunday (July 5) for a huge junior rugby league carnival.
It was an all-South Burnett U12s final at Wondai’s massive Mini-Mod Carnival on Saturday, with Nanango emerging triumphant after a long day of junior footie fun.
The annual Mini Mod rugby league carnival will be on again this Saturday at Wondai.
The senior footballers were up in Gayndah battling out for the Burnett Cup and the Burnett Plate on Saturday, but back in the South Burnett, a full round of junior football was being played.