A late season move to swap Barambah’s first division games from the last match of the day to the first has paid dividends for spectators and injected new excitement into the competition.
After a week’s break for the winter school vacation, all twelve Football South Burnett teams converged on the Burnett Street sports fields in Nanango last Saturday for another derby.
Panthers notched up a narrow win against their 1st Division arch-rivals Gunners when the two teams met on the Panthers home turf at the Burnett Street sports grounds on Saturday
Kingaroy team Gunners will play against Nanango’s Panthers at the Burnett Street Soccer Fields this Saturday, and it may turn into a pivotal match for both sides.
Two young Kingaroy soccer players will be embarking on the trip of a lifetime to Germany and France next Thursday.
If the President’s Cup on May 27 demonstrated that the top teams in this year’s South Burnett soccer competition are closely matched, last Saturday’s Round 7 games did little to clarify matters.
If Saturday’s President’s Cup proved anything, it proved there’s barely room to fit a cigarette paper between the top teams in each of the competition’s three divisions right now.
Saturday’s sixth round of this year’s South Burnett football competition provided a day of upsets for fans.
Stories that Barambah have solved the player shortage that bedevilled their men’s side in 2016 have turned out to be only partially true.
Gunners walked away with most of the points on Saturday when they took on Nanango’s Panthers at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
Thanks to ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie, Football South Burnett’s “Super Saturday” Round 2 games were all postponed, meaning players have been waiting to get back on the pitch since Round 1, on March 25.
The first round of the Junior Football South Burnett competition kicks off on Saturday, with all games to be played at the Kingaroy grounds.
Fortunately Cyclone Debbie doesn’t appear to have damaged much local infrastructure, but she has definitely tossed a spanner into local sports competitions.
The first round of the South Burnett’s 2017 soccer competition kicked into life on Saturday, and it promises to be a very interesting season.
South Burnett Football has released the draw for senior soccer in the South Burnett this season.
It was a big weekend for South Burnett soccer players and fans, but a few local businesses should be smiling, too.
Almost 40 teams have registered for this weekend’s huge Soccer Sevens carnival at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
Results of Week 1 of the Kingaroy Summer Soccer games played on October 19:
Former Gunners soccer star Ryan Mooney has been selected in the referees panel for the Foxtel National Youth League.
Three football teams from the South Burnett are in Inverell this week taking part in the World Cup … the Joeys Mini World Cup, that is.