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.
It looks like it’s going to be a year for rugby league in the South Burnett with five teams – including 2018 premiers Nanango – confirmed for the senior competition
There’s going to be a huge weekend of rugby league coming up in February with Cherbourg hosting its first two-day carnival since 1988 and former NRL greats returning to show off their skills.
Traevonnah and Glen Fisher were named South Burnett Eagles of the Year at the recent South Burnett Junior Rugby League awards presentation dinner held in Kingaroy.
The Murgon Mustangs are celebrating after wrapping up the 2019 season with a victory in the A Grade grand final before an enthusiastic home crowd.
Saturday’s South Burnett A Grade rugby league grand final will be pitting the top two teams from 2019 against each other in a local derby that’s sure to have the fans filling the grandstands.
Murgon Mustangs have locked in the first spot in the South Burnett Rugby League A Grade Grand Final after a gripping local derby against Cherbourg on Saturday afternoon.
It’s crunch time for the South Burnett Rugby League with a big day of junior and senior games scheduled at Murgon on Saturday
Nanango State High School has won the Open grand final of the Wide Bay Southern Broncos Challenge after overpowering Murgon State High School at Nanango on Tuesday afternoon.
A very important message was shared at the end of the senior rugby league game played in Cherbourg on Saturday, and it wasn’t the final score
A big day of rugby league at Wondai was topped off with a big Grand Final at the end of the annual Mini Mods carnival played last weekend.
Nanango SHS will play Murgon SHS in the Open final of the Wide Bay Southern Broncos Challenge after semi-finals played at T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy on Tuesday
The Sunshine Coast Falcons confirmed their stranglehold on the QRL Intrust Super Cup on Sunday, trouncing Norths Devils in the match-of-the-round televised live from Nanango.
Wondai Wolves are hosting the annual Mini Mod rugby league carnival again this Saturday at Wondai Sportsground.
Greg Inglis has had to withdraw from the upcoming charity Dinner With The Captains, but league fans should be more than happy with his replacement.
If you get on down to Fred Kassulke Oval in Nanango on Sunday, you might just find yourself on TV … plus you’ll get to enjoy some top-class rugby league action!
The rugby league career of former Kingaroy Red Ant Logan Bayliss-Brow is continuing to take off, with the 19-year-old selected to play for the Queensland Under 20s team.
A rugby league all-star who grew up in Blackbutt will be remembered on Friday (July 12) at the Roy Emerson Museum in Blackbutt.
Murgon Mustangs are hosting a huge two days of rugby league action this weekend with some of the best young players in country Queensland ready to show off their skills on the paddock
Murgon will be the place to be for rugby league fans – again – with another huge day of football planned this Saturday at Murgon Showgrounds.
The spotlight will be on junior rugby league this weekend with 47th Battalion games being played at Murgon Showgrounds on Saturday.
The mystery third guest for this year’s Dinner With The Captains in Kingaroy was officially announced on Friday … and it’s recently retired rugby league superstar Greg Inglis!
Despite a huge effort in the second half, the Wondai Wolves fell just short of victory against Murgon in their A Grade rugby league game played at Wondai last Saturday.
The South Burnett Eagles U18s are sitting in fourth spot on the Toowoomba Rugby League table after a decisive win against the Warwick Cowboys in Nanango last weekend.