Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club had record numbers turn up to their Summer Sevens registration night on Wednesday.
South Burnett Football’s second annual Summer Soccer 7s competition will get underway at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy at 6:00pm on Wednesday (October 9) with a “Come & Try Night”.
Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club’s Summer 7s competition starts on Wednesday, October 9, with a try-out and sign-on evening.
The Fleming’s Garage Panthers came back to earth in the Grand Final of the Cadets division of the South Burnett Junior Soccer competition played in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The semi-finals of the Cadets division of the South Burnett Junior Soccer competition were played in Kingaroy on Thursday evening with the Kingaroy Redbacks and the Nanango Panthers earning a place in Saturday’s Grand Final.
The Evolution Solar South Burnett Football competition came to a colourful conclusion on Saturday with Nanango’s Fred Kassulke Oval awash in a sea of blue and white along with plenty of red, black, purple, gold, maroon and white streamers.
The grand finals of the Evolution Solar South Burnett Football competition will be played at Fred Kassulke Oval in Nanango on Saturday: 2nd Div Nanango v Barambah, Women’s Nanango v Wests; 1st Div Nanango v Gunners
The McDonald’s South Burnett Junior Football Competition is winding down with only a fortnight left for U6s to U10/11s.
A good crowd was on hand on a warm day in Murgon to watch the 2013 Evolution Solar South Burnett Football League semi-finals on Sunday.
The South Burnett’s young footballers enjoyed a feast of soccer fun at the weekend in Kingaroy.
Barambah is hosting the 2013 Evolution Solar South Burnett Football League Semi Finals this Sunday in what will be a huge day of football at Murgon Showground.
Nanango travelled to Kingaroy on Saturday to take on Wests in the last round of fixtures in the Evolution Solar South Burnett Football competition.
A full round of junior soccer games – plus Squirts – was on again in Kingaroy on Saturday.
A full round of Junior Soccer matches was played in Kingaroy on Saturday; tt was also the second week of “Squirts: which meant children under the age of 5 didn’t miss out on the fun!
Gunners and Wests games are always tough encounters, no matter what form the teams are in; this weekend proved to be no exception as the two sides battled for the last time this season before the finals series.
Overcast weather and a few light showers failed to disrupt the round of junior soccer matches played in Kingaroy on Saturday
Junior soccer resumed on Saturday after the winter school holiday break.
In First Division, Barambah travelled to Kingaroy hoping to continue their two-game winning streak after handing Nanango their first defeat and beating Wests last weekend.
Kingaroy’s soccer referees enjoyed an “A-League” experience when one of Australia’s top level referees took control of the Gunners versus Nanango 1st Division match on Saturday.
In a very entertaining First Division match on Saturday, officiated by A-League referee David Walsh, Nanango defeated Gunners 4-2 after Gunners initially led 2-0.