Women’s rugby league was in the spotlight at Wondai Sportsground last Saturday with action on the field accompanied by special Ladies Day activities in the clubhouse.
The Murgon Mustangs’ horror season continued last Saturday at home, going down 34-4 against the Wondai Wolves.
Cherbourg hosted a big day of junior and senior rugby league at Jack O’Chin Oval last Saturday.
Cherbourg rugby league star Selwyn Cobbo has been ruled out of State of Origin II due to injury.
The South Burnett Rugby League has lodged an official complaint after Under 15s players were allegedly racially abused during a match at Gatton on Saturday.
Nanango Stags weren’t able to pull together an A Grade team for the 2023 South Burnett Rugby League competition, but more than enough blue-and-white jumpers gathered together last Saturday for the club’s special Old Boys’ Day at Fred Kassulke Oval.
While Nanango was celebrating its Old Boys Day, two A Grade South Burnett rugby league games plus two South Burnett Eagles matches were held in Kingaroy.
Seven outstanding Queenslanders were added to the list of Qld Greats this week, and two are from the South Burnett!
South Burnett rugby league games will be spread across two grounds again this weekend, but it could well have been three.
Murgon Mustangs hosted a huge day of rugby league last weekend with their annual Domestic Violence Awareness Round.
Selwyn Cobbo has been picked again to play for the Queensland Maroons, the second State of Origin series for the former Cherbourg Hornets player.
T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy was filled with eager young rugby league footballers last weekend for trials to select “possibles” and “probables” to represent Wide Bay in the annual Queensland Schools competition.
Footy stars Selwyn Cobbo, Ezra Mam and Johnathan Thurston made a surprise trip to the South Burnett last weekend to help promote this week’s NRL Indigenous Round.
It was a big weekend for the Wondai Wolves on Saturday, with special NRL visitors dropping in and a big round of home games.
Wondai Wolves will be hosting a full round of junior and senior rugby league games this Saturday.
The Burnett Brahmans defeated Central Highlands 22-18 in the 47th Battalion Plate Final at the weekend in Emerald.
South Burnett Eagles were pipped at the post in a nail-biting Round 2 Under 18s rugby league game played at Kingaroy last Sunday.
The South Burnett Rugby League competition officially kicks off this weekend but the A Grade draw has had to be reshuffled.
They may not have come out on top on the scoreboard, but the Blackbutt Yarraman Junior Rugby League Club were the real winners at last Saturday’s “friendly” with the Nanango Stags.
Wondai Wolves hosted – and dominated – the Wide Bay Female Nines rugby league carnival last Saturday.