Taking you around footy grounds across Queensland.
This week we’re in Central Queensland, the beef capital of Australia – Rocky!
Pride was on the line for Brothers Kangaroos when they hosted Glenmore Bulls at Kele Park in Saturday’s AFL Capricornia Senior Men’s game of the round.
The last time these two teams met the Bulls trampled the Roo’s to a 104-point victory.
It was a fiery contest from the first siren but the Kangaroos got the win and now sit above the Bulls in second position on the ladder. It’s a spot the Roos haven’t been in for over five years and sets them up for a strong run into the final series
Brothers Kangaroos 9.7 (61) def. Glenmore Bulls 5.8 (38)
In the senior women’s competition, the Glenmore Bulls remain undefeated this season, showing their dominance with a 87 point win.
Next weekend Hannah Burke will celebrate a special milestone playing her 100th club game for the Bulls when they meet the Rockhampton Panthers in their Annual Cystic Fibrosis Charity Match.
Glenmore Bulls 14.9 (93) def Brothers Kangaroos 1.0 (6)
Along with all the footy action happening across the region, this year local community clubs have come together to support numerous causes such as Domestic Violence Awareness (BITS Saints & Yeppoon Swans), McGrath Foundation (Brothers Kangaroos), and Boyne Island Surf Life Saving (Gladstone Suns)
This weekend the Yeppoon Swans will host a family day raising funds and awareness for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) with the Swans wearing Freeze MND guernseys when they take on Boyne Island Tannum Sands.