It’s going to be a huge weekend of sport in the South Burnett with a Rugby League triple header scheduled for Wondai, the return of senior soccer and the Thrashers playing only their third home game of the season.
South Burnett motorists have been urged to keep an eye out for teams of cyclists racing this weekend.
The promised rugby league A Grade triple header at Cherbourg dropped back to a double after Nanango failed to field a team however the other two matches more than made up for this disappointment.
The South Burnett could again boast an Aussie Rules team if Will Reid’s dream for next season comes true.
In an exciting match – and their best performance by far this year – the South Burnett Thrashers were only defeated after the full-time siren in their clash with the Condamine Cods played at the “Fishbowl” in Condamine on Saturday afternoon.
St Mary’s Catholic College netball team won their final at the week-long QISSN competition at Caloundra
Organisers of the Tom Quilty Gold Cup have received $25,000 assistance from Queensland Events to help stage the iconic endurance horse ride in Kilkivan next year.
The charity “Committed To Community Campdraft” will be held at the Proston Showgrounds this weekend
Tomorrow’s Zova soccer training clinic will still go ahead, despite the rain.
Kingaroy cyclist Josie Potter and her team successfully completed their Brissie to the Bay fundraiser for MS
Barambah United have won the 2nd Division President’s Cup after an epic battle against Nanango.
Cherbourg will host a huge weekend of A Grade league tomorrow with three matches scheduled.
Wests scored a relieving 2-0 win against Kingaroy rivals, Gunners, and their first win over them this season in the 1st Division game played at Kingaroy on Saturday afternoon.
The South Burnett Thrashers played only their second home game of the season when they faced the Goondiwindi Emus on Saturday afternoon in Kingaroy.
The Kingaroy Red Ants proved too strong for the Wondai Wolves for the second time this season, defeating them 50-16 in their South Burnett Premier League match at TJ O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy
Wondai-born cricketer Nathan Hauritz has failed to gain a contract with Cricket Australia for next year.
Bend it like Bieber? Well, if the popularity of this morning’s Zova session at Taabinga State High School is any indication, this is the way children will be learning football skills in the future
St Mary’s Catholic College’s senior netball team will compete in the QISSN competition in Caloundra
Cherbourg continued their dominance in the South Burnett Premier League on Saturday, claiming their eighth straight victory by thumping Kingaroy 68-24 at Jack O’Chin Oval.
Results from Round 8 of the South Burnett Junior Soccer competition, played at Nanango on Saturday.