Nanango Panthers’ fans are celebrating after their teams took out both the men’s and women’s titles at Saturday’s grand finals of the South Burnett senior soccer competition.
The crowds of people in Kingaroy last weekend weren’t all here just for BaconFest, there was also a huge junior soccer carnival under way which attracted teams from across southern Queensland
It will be a big day for Nanango soccer fans on Saturday with both their men’s and women’s teams contesting the Grand Finals on home turf.
Many people are surprised to hear soccer has been played in the South Burnett for almost a century … and many are even more surprised to discover the biggest teams once came from the region’s rural areas.
The weekend rain also forced the cancellation of the Football South Burnett soccer matches which had been scheduled to be played in Kingaroy and Wondai on Saturday.
The Barambah Bears received a mauling from Nanango’s Panthers in the first round of this year’s local football competition when it kicked off last Saturday
All South Burnett soccer clubs are currently on the lookout for more senior players.
Tom Alford Oval was a sea of colour and action last weekend with 32 teams chasing glory in Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club’s annual Soccer Sevens carnival.
South Burnett soccer players and fans are getting ready for a big weekend but a local businesses should be smiling, too.
Concerns Nanango might not be able to field teams in this year’s South Burnett football competition have been allayed.
South Burnett Football president Troy Schultz has put the call out for senior soccer players eager to take part in the Toowoomba Football League competition this year.
There’s some good news for Kingaroy’s hotel and motels … the extremely successful Kingaroy Soccer Sevens two-day carnival will be back in 2019!
South Burnett junior footballers travelled to Hervey Bay last week to take part in the quirky Joeys Mini World Cup.
Barambah and Wests have taken out this year’s local football premierships after both teams narrowly won Saturday’s Grand Finals.
South Burnett United will play in next week’s Toowoomba Football League Grand Final after triumphing over the University of Southern Queensland on Sunday.
This year’s football season came to an end for Gunners on Saturday when both the Women’s and Men’s Division teams were defeated in the make-or-break Preliminary Finals.
Last Saturday’s soccer semi-finals provided some real surprises for spectators … and also sadly spelled the end of the season for two of the region’s eight teams.
It’s crunch time in the 2018 Football South Burnett competition with the minor and major semi-finals being played this weekend at the Kingaroy soccer fields.
Kingaroy’s football fields now feature “stadium seating”, thanks to an $18,500 grant from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
South Burnett football fans who’ve been starved of top-tier action will be able to see some great games at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy this month.
Barambah may be sitting on the second spot in the Women’s Division this year, but the Panthers think third-placed Wests may be the team to watch.
South Burnett United fans had every reason to cheer on Sunday when the local team scored a narrow but convincing win over their nearest rivals to secure this year’s President’s Cup in the Toowoomba Football League competition.
The local football competition played its eighth round last weekend, and after a flat start to the South Burnett soccer season it’s suddenly become a lot more interesting
This year’s Football South Burnett soccer competition has been dogged by the loss of many of its top players to South Burnett United.