School holidays have put a dent in a typical weekend of sport, but there is still plenty of opportunities to get out and watch.
A catch-up round will be held at Hervey Bay Sports Club this evening with KSS Jets playing the Sunbury Blues in League 2 and Premier League matches. First game commencing at 6 pm with the main game kicking off at 8 pm.
The AFL Wide Bay Grand Finals will be held in Bundaberg’s Frank Coultard Oval tomorrow with Bay Power and Hervey Bay Bombers featuring. The main game between Bay Power and ATW starts at 3 pm.
The third gravel fun night for the Fraser Coast Cycling Club is on this evening at the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct from 5.30 pm. A half-hour ride with competitors competing against themselves to see how many laps of the circuit they can do in that time.
Sunday the club will race in the Biggenden Handicap 42 kilometre race at Woocoo. Registration starts at 8 am with racing to begin at 9 am.
Maryborough Softball is hosting a lady’s master’s tournament over the weekend with players from Bundaberg and Gympie joining Maryborough players. First pitch is from 9 am tomorrow at the Maryborough Softball fields.
RUGBY LEAGUE: The final regular-season round of junior rugby league gets underway at Ralph Stafford Park Hervey Bay tomorrow morning. The under 18 fixture will be the feature of the day with the Hervey Bay Seagulls playing West Panthers from 2 pm. Wallaroos play Waves Tigers in Bundaberg on Sunday.
The Trent Walters Memorial Burnout will be held at the Maryborough Speedway tomorrow. A full field will compete in memory of Trent Walters. Gates open from 10 am and burnouts starting from noon.
FC Sports Media would like to wish sportspeople from the Fraser Coast all the best for the weekend as they compete in various sports around the State including under 14 State Softball, State BMX championships, Netball competitions on the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane and Cricket competitions underway in Brisbane.