One of the biggest crowds seen at a South Burnett rugby league game this season turned out at Murgon last Saturday.
Kingaroy Red Ants raised an amazing $10,000 for breast cancer research at their annual Pink Day at T.J. O’Neill Oval on Saturday.
Kingaroy Red Ants rugby league club is holding its annual Pink Day at T.J. O’Neill Oval on Saturday – so expect an explosion of pink on and off the field!
Wondai Wolves’ league fans would have been hoping for a fairytale result for their big reunion celebration at Wondai Sportsground last Saturday.
Wondai rugby league players from the past bonded with current Wolves in a moving ceremony at Wondai Sportsground last Saturday.
South Burnett Eagles notched up another strong win in the Toowoomba Rugby League U18s competition at the weekend.
It’s a been a big week for the Murgon Mustangs rugby league club … volunteers have been kept busy organising guests and special events to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Murgon is the place to be on Saturday for rugby league with a huge day planned to coincide with the return of the Stanwell 9s competition.
Kingaroy proved too strong for Nanango in the Under 14s rugby league game played at T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
South Burnett Eagles rugby league players will be vying for Man of the Match points in all their games this season.
Nanango Stags remain undefeated in A Grade after four rounds of the South Burnett Rugby League competition.
Two QRL junior games – and an A Grade double header – attracted a good crowd of rugby league fans to T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
Rugby league fans are in for a treat this Saturday at T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy with South Burnett players in action in two QRL State competition games.
Rugby league fans headed to Wondai on Saturday to see the Wolves in action for the first time in 2021.
As the South Burnett cricket season wound up, the rugby league season kicked off with a massive day of games on Saturday at Nanango’s Fred Kassulke Oval.
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.