A number of local sporting events have been cancelled or postponed due to the current COVID 19 situation.
A number of local sporting events have been cancelled or postponed due to the current COVID 19 situation.

South Burnett sport shutting down amid COVID-19 threat

AMID the current COVID-19 situation a number of local sporting leagues are cancelling training and matches for the foreseeable future.

For matches that do go ahead, players are urged to practice social distancing, which includes no hand shakes and following strict hygiene measures at all times.



Rugby League

Matches for round one and two (March 21 and 28) of the South Burnett rugby League competition have both been cancelled.

The 100 year centenary dinner on April 4 has been postponed.

A decision has yet to be made regarding the commencement of the senior competition on April 3.

Both Nanango and Wondai have cancelled all junior training effective immediately.


All Kingaroy games and training have been cancelled until April 21.

Yarraman Horse Ride

The Yarraman Horse Ride on March 28 will no loner go ahead with the committee looking to reschedule the event.

Aussie Rules

The AFL has declared all state and local level training and games be stopped until may.

The Wide Bay AFL carnival due to be held on the 31 March - April 1 has been cancelled.


Following ongoing consultation with Football Federation Australia all Football QLD administered competitions will be postponed till further notice.

Little Athletics

Nanango Little Athletic's final session this Wednesday March 18 has been cancelled with the presentation and break up postponed until further notice.

School Sport

A decision has been made to cancel the following:

The representative school sport program which includes district, regional, state, national, interstate and international competitions.

Queensland School Sport team participation in any national, interstate or international events organised across Australia or internationally. 


The grand final between Murgon and Kumbia will no longer ahead with Murgon crowned premiers after finishing highest after the regular season.


All netball training and competition will be suspended until Monday 20th April.

Park Run

Both the Nanango and Wondai Park Runs have been cancelled until further notice.



The Peanut Harvest Week of Golf will go ahead as scheduled.