South Burnett police will be taking to the sporting fields again this week for the Queensland Police Service Rugby League Touch Cup.
Former Murgon Mustang – and briefly a Kingaroy Red Ant – Abelee Stanley has been selected to play for the Indigenous All Stars against the Maori All Stars on February 20.
Rugby league players of all ages experience the highest of highs during a season as well as the lowest of lows … much like life itself.
Former Murgon Mustang Gavin Cooper will be lacing up his boots for the Cowboys for the last time on Thursday night.
A Cherbourg teenager is getting ready to tackle the biggest challenge of his life so far … a potential rugby league career at the elite level.
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 South Burnett Rugby League is exploring options for the rest of the year, but the official 2020 season is definitely over.
The South Burnett Rugby League’s 2020 season – for both junior players and seniors – has been officially cancelled
The South Burnett’s footy codes are keen to kick off again as soon as life returns to normal post-COVID-19.
Former State of Origin and Australian centre Willie Tonga has urged all his friends and former teammates at Cherbourg to stay safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
South Burnett Rugby League has secured a naming rights sponsor for its centenary year competition.
The Queensland Rugby League plans to make the Frank Fisher Cup an annual event alternating every year between different towns and Cherbourg.
Youngsters from the Yarraman to Kilcoy region will be officially playing in the South Burnett Rugby League competition this year with confirmation of the official re-registration of the Blackbutt-Yarraman Timbertowners with the QRL.
The South Burnett Rugby League Centenary Dinner – due to be held at Kingaroy Town Hall on April 4 – has been postponed due to COVID-19.
An Under 16s trial rugby league game was played ahead of the Frank Fisher Cup at Cherbourg on Saturday afternoon.
There’s another big weekend of rugby league coming up in the South Burnett, this time honouring the memory of one of the local greats of the game.
Old footballers never die … they just keep on lacing up their boots and having fun on the field.
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?
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.