Murgon Crusaders are through to the Grand Final of the Gympie A Grade 40-over competition after defeating Wooroolin Warriors in the Qualifying Final played in Kingaroy last Saturday.
Work has started on clearing the new mountain bike tracks in Russell Park at the Bunya Mountains.
Volleyball champion Taliqua Clancy – a silver medallist at the Tokyo Olympics – has been made the official ambassador for the Wave of Change program, a joint environmental education program between Containers for Change and Plastic Oceans Australasia.
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.
Peering through a virtual reality headset is one way South Burnett teenagers can open their minds to the possibility of scientific careers timed to bloom at the 2032 Olympic Games.
It’s almost crunch time in the Women’s Big Bash League for the Brisbane Heat and Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel.
Rainstorms across the region played havoc with cricket games last weekend, with both junior and senior games washed out.
Peter Thornton was on to a good thing when he put his Red Dazzler mare Miss Bam to Better Than Ready.
More than 60 shooters took part in the recent South West Regional Championships at the South Burnett Pistol Club.
There’s some exciting things happening currently at the Kingaroy Netball Association.
The latest round of Tarong Community Partnership Fund grants will help four local not-for-profit associations, including a Blackbutt group which had its clubhouse trashed by vandals in March.
The Mt Stanley Muster Committee restored a long-standing tradition recently when it held the first Mt Stanley Campdraft in a decade.
Junior cricket appears to be thriving in the South Burnett; every weekend there are Stage 2 and Stage 3 games played and younger players are also regularly turning out in the senior competition.
South Burnett’s youngest cricketers “pinked up” last Saturday for a big day of games at the River Road Oval in Kingaroy.
Kingaroy Junior Cricket Association is upgrading the nets at the River Road Park cricket oval in Kingaroy.
Kumbia Race organisers urged patrons to wear pink at the annual “Flemington In The Bush” race meeting on Tuesday.
Hopes of getting the South Burnett Thrashers back on to rugby fields next season moved a step closer on Wednesday.
Pistols and peanuts might sound like an odd mixture, but they’ll be going off with a bang together this weekend.
Seven young South Burnett rugby league players have been selected for Wide Bay Bulls’ 2022 training squads.
The Kumbia Race Club will be holding its annual Melbourne Cup race meeting this Tuesday, November 2.