South Burnett Saints are holding down fourth spot on the Allied Pickfords Cup ladder at the midpoint of the 10-round Darling Downs AFL competition.
Mountain bike racing returned with a rush to the South Burnett at the weekend with Wondai hosting Rounds 1 and 2 of the South-East Queensland Mountain Bike Series.
More details have been released about the upcoming “Festival of the Dams” – sponsored by the South Burnett Regional Council – which will be held at Lake Boondooma this month.
After an absence of several months due to pandemic concerns, racing will finally resume in the South Burnett at Lee Park this Saturday.
Nanango Race Club will be holding its August Race Meeting at the Lee Park Racecourse on Saturday.
South Burnett Senior Eagle of the Year Glen Fisher, 17, has been named one of the 60 best schoolboy rugby league players in Queensland.
The skies may have been grey at the start of Saturday but there was nothing but smiles on the faces of the 300 or so runners who rolled up for the annual Wondai Country Running Festival.
It was a weekend of reversals for the South Burnett Saints in Kingaroy with the women’s team notching up a win, while the men narrowly lost a thrilling battle against South Toowoomba.
More than 360 bikes – plus riders, supporters, crew and spectators – made last weekend’s Sunshine State MX round in Kingaroy a roaring success.
Sadly, most South Burnett stables have not enjoyed much luck in recent weeks.
Wondai’s Country Running Festival will be making its fourth outing this Saturday and organisers will be hoping for fine weather all weekend.
The Kingaroy Touch football competition is back in action after an enforced COVID-19 break.
A 10-week, round-robin style soccer competition kicked off at Kingaroy’s Tom Alford Oval at the weekend.
A determined last quarter by the South Burnett Saints drove them to victory against the Tigers in the men’s AFL game played at Toowoomba on Saturday.
State Government grants of up to $20,000 to support sporting clubs to buy equipment and carry out capital works opened on Thursday.
The South Burnett Saints celebrated the rebirth of the 2020 AFL footie season at the weekend with two stunning victories in Kingaroy.
The South Burnett Rugby League is exploring options for the rest of the year, but the official 2020 season is definitely over.
Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams will reopen for overnight guests from August 1, just in time for the South Burnett Regional Council-sponsored Festival of the Dams.
The State Government has launched a fresh round of $150 Fair Play vouchers to help Queensland children return to the playing fields.
The Link trail that connects Yarraman to Kingaroy via Nanango is barely a year old, but it is now about 60 per cent bigger.