There was a good roll-up at the Kingaroy senior soccer grounds on Wednesday night for the sign-on night for the Summer Soccer 7s (Part II)
Kingaroy Junior Soccer Club president – and Football South Burnett secretary – Tracey Tunstall has been presented with her 2012 Football Queensland Volunteer of the Year award.
Football SWQ is holding its annual seminar later this month for all soccer referees who intend to referee in the South West Queensland zone during the 2013 season.
After six weeks of social and competitive 7-a-side soccer, Kingaroy Senior Soccer’s Summer 7s were finalised on Wednesday night.
Football South Burnett elected its Competition Administration (CA) committee for 2013 tonight.
The Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club’s Summer 7s competition is heading into the final round this week, however the competition has proven so popular that another similar six-week competition has been scheduled for 2013.
Results from the fourth night of Summer 7s soccer:
Results from the third night of Summer 7s soccer:
Results from the second night of Summer 7s soccer:
Results from the first night of Summer 7s soccer.
About 40 soccer players turned up at Kingaroy’s Tom Alford Oval to take part in the first round of the new Summer 7s soccer competition.
A Summer 7s soccer competition is set to kick start Wednesday, October 31, with a sign-on and a few games at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
Dates have been set for Football South Burnett’s Evolution Solar Football Sevens competition.
South Burnett soccer players may now have a clearer career pathway following the formation of a new club in the South-West Zone to service the needs of advanced players in the region.
Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club is planning to hold a Summer Seven-A-Side mid-week soccer competition under lights at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
Football Queensland CEO Geoff Foster dropped a bombshell at the Kingaroy Junior Soccer Club’s Presentation Afternoon; he revealed that club president Tracey Tunstall is the 2012 Football Qld Volunteer of the Year
The 2012 McDonald’s Junior Soccer competition wound-up on Saturday with a series of exciting games played at the junior and senior soccer fields in Kingaroy.
After finishing last in all grades last season, Nanango did the impossible on Saturday and won all three Grand Finals … an unprecedented feat in South Burnett Football.
Gunners have had the wood on Wests this season, winning four out of five matches in First Division and were favourites to win Sunday’s Preliminary Final
The Evolution Solar South Burnett Football League played all six Semi-Finals at Murgon on Sunday, the first game starting at 9:00am and the last kicking off at 7:00pm.