The South Burnett Thrashers came up against the 2012 premiers Rangers during their first home match of the season in Kingaroy on Saturday … and gave the local crowd something to cheer about.
The South Burnett Thrashers scored an emphatic win against Highfields on Saturday, their first victory in the Darling Downs rugby union competition for 2013.
The South Burnett Thrashers hit the road to Goondiwindi on Saturday for the first round of the B Grade Downs Rugby Union competition.
There’s a big weekend of sport coming up with all four senior footy codes now back up and running for 2013.
Downs Rugby have released the draft draw for the 2013 rugby union season.
A Downs Rugby senior representative team will be taking on the Queensland Police in the curtainraiser to the Queensland Reds game on February 2.
Barwoo Fisher, from Murgon, has been congratulated by Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss for his successful application to the Federal Government’s Local Sporting Champions program.
The South Burnett Thrashers rugby union club celebrated its 20th anniversary at a packed function at the Booie Bello Vista near Kingaroy on Saturday night.
The South Burnett Thrashers rugby union club will be celebrating its 20th anniversary with a dinner next Saturday (November 3) at the Booie Bello Vista … but if you’d like to go you’d better RSVP today
Rangers proved too strong for minor premiers Goondiwindi in the Grand Final of the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition played at Cliver Berghofer Stadium in Toowoomba on Saturday.
Results of the Elimination Final in the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition
Results of Week 2 of the “Super Saturday” finals of the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition
Results of Week 1 of the “Super Saturday” finals of the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition
The South Burnett Thrashers have hung up their boots for the season following their loss on Saturday, but Club President Shane O’Malley is already looking forward to next year’s competition
The South Burnett Thrashers made the Toowoomba Rangers work hard for their points when the teams met in Kingaroy on Saturday afternoon.
South Burnett Thrashers dominated the scrums in a strong performance against the Toowoomba Bears in their Downs Rugby Union clash at TJ O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
A couple of weekend sports updates for soccer and rugby union fans
The South Burnett Thrashers overpowered their much more fancied opposition to record their first win of the season in Kingaroy on Saturday and keep union fans happy on a weekend when little football was played in the region because of the weather.
After being defeated after the siren last week, the South Burnett Thrashers put on another sterling effort this week, going down to third-ranked UQ / Highfields by just three points.
In an exciting match – and their best performance by far this year – the South Burnett Thrashers were only defeated after the full-time siren in their clash with the Condamine Cods played at the “Fishbowl” in Condamine on Saturday afternoon.