Murgon Crusaders will be strong favourites to take the trophy going into the Gympie A Grade cricket final on Saturday.
Ten young South Burnett athletes will be heading off to Brisbane next week to compete in the Little Athletics Queensland State Championships.
The Central Queensland port of Gladstone has become a haven for trainer Barry Phillips and his jockey-daughter Hannah.
Water levels in the South Burnett’s dams have seen a much-needed increase over the past month due to some consistent storm activity through the area
Leading trainer Nanango Glenn Richardson has experienced the industry’s highs and lows lately
Murgon Crusaders have finished on top of the Gympie Regional Cricket Association’s A Grade table after 20 rounds of keen competition.
Nanango Race Club’s Valentine’s Day meeting had one more race than initially expected, giving punters a bonus at Lee Park’s first meeting of the year.
The rain gods smiled on Kingaroy’s annual Soccer Sevens tournament last weekend … despite downpours elsewhere in the region, no games were disrupted during the two days of play.
The combination of drought and floods meant attendance numbers at this year’s Boondooma Yellowbelly were the lowest in more than four years, but organisers were still happy.
Old footballers never die … they just keep on lacing up their boots and having fun on the field.
Twenty South Burnett sporting groups are among 1469 across Queensland to receive small grants from Round 1 of the State Government’s “Active Clubs” program.
Last year, Hivesville trainer Lindsay Anderson tightened the race day girth for 25 runners, and accrued six wins courtesy of Clouds, Kentford and Momentum Glory, along with six placings
Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s first race meeting of the year this Saturday, February 15
Organisers of Kingaroy Soccer Club’s big two-day Soccer 7s carnival have inspected the fields and say the carnival is definitely going ahead
The draw has been released for the big two-day family rugby league carnival at Cherbourg – featuring the International Legends of League – which starts on Friday
Do you have any old Stags or Red Ants guernseys in the cupboard? Timbertowners’ photos? Wolves or Hornets trophies?
About 8500 people passed through the gates of the Kingaroy Speedway over the weekend … the biggest Kings Royal event yet!
Several South Burnett players have kicked off the calendar year in winning style.
Who will be the next King of Kingaroy? The answer will be known after three nights of spectacular speedway racing at the Kingaroy Showgrounds this weekend.
Memories of past glories were shared in Blackbutt on Saturday when veterans of the winning 1973 South Burnett Rugby League grand final team gathered for a special reunion.