The 2019 South Burnett rugby league competition got off to a blazing start last weekend … and despite the loss of last year’s premiers from the competition, the season is looking promising
One of the hottest trends in women’s sport in recent years has been rugby league.
Cherbourg’s big day of rugby league last Saturday was jam-packed with famous faces, football action and, most importantly, lots of family fun.
Excitement is building for Saturday’s action-packed day of rugby league action – and a huge dose of NRL nostalgia – at Jack O’Chin Oval in Cherbourg.
Ten junior South Burnett rugby league players have been selected for Western Mustangs development squads for 2019.
The Cherbourg Hornets Legends team has been announced for the Australian Legends of League game which will be played at Cherbourg on February 9
Former State of Origin players Matt Bowen and Craig Teevan travelled to Cherbourg this week to announce the details of a very special rugby league game to be played in February.
Murgon teenager Abelee Stanley has been a familiar face around South Burnett rugby league grounds since she was just a youngster.
He’s in the NRL Hall Of Fame, he’s captained Australia, Queensland and the Broncos, he was known for his on-field aggression … but on Wednesday all Gordon Tallis wanted to talk about was family.
A team of young footballers did the South Burnett proud at the weekend, earning a spot in the Grand Final at the Mackay Indigenous Rugby League carnival.
Murgon Mustangs hosted a special two-day carnival of junior rugby league at the weekend featuring two South Burnett sides plus 11 visiting teams.
South Burnett will be fielding two teams – SB Blue and SB White – in the big U12s Mustangs Challenge being hosted by the Murgon Junior Rugby League Club this weekend.
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
South Burnett rugby league is reaching a crescendo after a huge weekend of Major and Minor Semi-Finals played at Cherbourg last Saturday, plus success for the South Burnett Eagles U16s women’s team at Maroochydore.
There’s a big day of rugby league action happening at Cherbourg’s Jack O’Chin Oval on Saturday with major and minor semi-finals being played in all grades.
The South Burnett’s rugby league family gathered together on Saturday night to salute the sports stars of the past as well as the up-and-coming stars of the future.
South Burnett rugby league teams have a week off after the final fixtures round was played last weekend
One of the highlights of the upcoming South Burnett Rugby League presentation night dinner will be a salute to the senior players who last won a 47th Battalion Trophy.
It’s on again … tickets have gone on sale for the annual South Burnett Rugby League Dinner which will be held on Saturday, August 18