Plenty of choice on offer this weekend with grand finals, semi-finals, one-off events and regular-season matches are on the menu.
NETBALL: Hervey Bay Netball Association host their Grand Finals this Saturday. Bullets Bay Turf Play Breakaway’s Physikal in the division one final. Seven Breakaway and Bullets teams in the nine grand finals.
St James and Cosmos clubs will also feature in some of the games. First grand finals start at 8.15 am at the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct.
FOOTBALL: The Fraser Coast junior grand finals kick off on Saturday at the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct. Matches kick-off at 8.30 am. The semi-finals in senior football start in Bundaberg on Saturday night with the KSS Jets up against Across the Waves in Wide Bay Premier League 2 at 7 pm. Fraser Coast Ladies division one, two and youth girls’ semi-finals kick off tonight in Maryborough and Hervey Bay.
SPEEDWAY: Maryborough Speedway roars to life on Saturday night with Modlite’s, National 4’s, Legends, F500’s, Production Sedans and Junior sedans. Over 100 vehicles will hit the track with racing from 3.30 pm.
CRICKET: Cavaliers play Past Grammars in Maryborough while Ausrocks play Cavnish in Hervey Bay. Bushrangers have the bye. Matches start at 12.30 pm.
SOFTBALL: Fixtures continue in Maryborough and Hervey Bay with some matches in Bundaberg.
SWIMMING: The Hervey Bay Swimming Club Long Course swim meet makes a splash tonight at the Hervey Bay Aquatic Centre with swimming starting from 6.15 pm. The swim meet continues on Saturday with racing from 8.30 am.
RUGBY: The Fraser Coast Mariners are hoping to bounce back from a loss last week when they play RB Renegades at Waves Sports Complex in Bundaberg at 5 pm on Saturday.
CYCLING: The Fraser Coast Cycling Club will hold a 39-kilometre race at Mungar on Sunday.
Racing commences at 9 am.
BMX: Racing is on tonight at the Maryborough BMX track. Racing commences at 7 pm.
BASKETBALL: Junior fixtures continue in Maryborough this afternoon. While social mixed and men’s competittion’s continue in Hervey Bay on Sunday.