Some of Queensland’s top rugby union players – past and present – have been visiting schools around the region this week to raise interest in the sport.
Hopes of getting the South Burnett Thrashers back on to rugby fields next season moved a step closer on Wednesday.
A training day has been scheduled next month as the first step in getting the South Burnett Thrashers rugby union team back on to the paddock in 2022.
Former Durong South State School principal Clint Morrison – now based in Gympie – is hoping to revive interest in rugby union among South Burnett youngsters.
South Burnett Thrashers rugby union club has signed up 18 players interested in playing in next year’s competition – but they still need more.
After a year off the paddock, the South Burnett Thrashers rugby union team is keen to get back into action in 2015.
The return of the Kingaroy Red Ants into the rugby league competition, the retirement of a couple of players and others moving out of the area have been blamed for the South Burnett Thrashers having to withdraw from the Darling Downs rugby union competition this year.
Results of the Elimination Final in the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition:
Results from the second round of the finals series in the Darling Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition.
Results from the first round of the finals series in the Darling Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition.
The South Burnett Thrashers’ 2013 rugby union campaign has come to a close after a bruising encounter against a strong Condamine side in Kingaroy on Saturday afternoon.
The South Burnett Thrashers are hoping for a big roll-up of fans at their match against the Condamine Cods on Saturday to help the boys “over the line” and into the semi-finals of the Darling Downs B Grade rugby union competition for the first time.
The South Burnett Thrashers thrilled their fans – and kept their finals hopes alive – by locking in a good win in a high-scoring game against USQ Saints in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The South Burnett Thrashers’ hopes of making in into the finals of the B Grade Darling Downs Rugby Union competition took a big hit in the rain in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The South Burnett Thrashers enjoyed sweet revenge against the Toowoomba Bears in their rugby union clash at St Mary’s Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The South Burnett Thrashers put up a strong performance on the road against Rangers on Saturday.
The South Burnett Thrashers put on a good display for the rugby fans on Saturday
Two South Burnett Thrashers players have been selected for representative duty with the Darling Downs rugby union.
Condamine proved a game too far for the Thrashers rugby team on Saturday, downing the South Burnett team 36-3.
Three wins in a row! The South Burnett Thrashers rugby union team thrilled fans with a dominant 52-15 victory over Roma in Kingaroy on Saturday afternoon.