Results of Week 1 of the “Super Saturday” finals of the Downs Rugby Union B Grade competition
The group aiming to establish a new Australian Rules football team in the South Burnett will hold its first Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.
There will be only one A Grade rugby league match played in the South Burnett again this weekend … and soccer finals begin on Sunday with a huge day of football planned in Murgon
Raelene Boyle – Olympian, commentator and Australian Living Treasure – will be coming to Kingaroy on November 23 as a guest speaker at a fund-raising dinner to be held at Orana Lutheran Complex.
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
Students from St John’s Lutheran School have been participating in a new sport during PE lessons recently.
Racing returns to the Kingaroy Speedway on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend (September 29-30) with the 28th running of the Queensland Street Sedan Title.
Orienteers who attended the recent championships at Blackbutt found the terrain challenging and rewarding.
The Cherbourg Hornets, obviously stung into action by their defeat by Kingaroy last week, re-stamped their dominance on the Premier League A Grade competition by storming home to a 78-0 victory over Wondai on Saturday.
In the last game of the season, 1st Division rivals Gunners and Wests battled it out for second position enabling the winner to have an extra chance in the finals.
Both the Nanango Stags and the Murgon Mustangs have forfeited their Premier League A Grade rugby league matches which had been scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.
Queensland Firebirds Chelsea Pitman and Amy Steel drew a big crowd when they came to Nanango
Nanango tennis players can now safely play their sport well into the evening following recent upgrades to the Nanango tennis courts.
Apprentice jockey Beau Appo booted home two winners in a career best at Nanango on Saturday, including Thunder Lane in the prestigious $12,000 XXXX Gold / Carrollee Hotel Nanango Cup.
Kingaroy Kindergarten’s elegant marquee at the Nanango Races on Saturday drew a crowd of 161 people keen to help a good cause.
Nanango travelled to Kingaroy on Saturday to take on an injury-riddled Wests side in First Division.
Riders from St Mary’s Catholic College took out second place at the Fraser Coast Equestrian Challenge
The Kingaroy Red Ants have come storming home in the second half to end Cherbourg’s unbeaten run in the Premier League competition.
A date has been set for an Annual General Meeting to consider the next phase of the formation of a new Australian Rules football club in the South Burnett.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding its huge Nanango Cup meeting from 1:30pm on Saturday.