WEEKEND SPORT: Well, what a week. I want to say thank you to all of the hardworking Fraser Coast Regional Council staff, Emergency Services and volunteers who have worked incredibly hard in our community to keep everyone safe during the floods. Times like these show our true colours and the community spirit of our region.

To everyone who has been affected, we offer our sympathies but, more importantly, our support and know we will get through it together.

Once again, it is a bit of an unknown if sports will go ahead with the unpredictable weather forecast, but hopefully, we can get out and burn off some energy on some of our local sporting fields.

These are the sports set to go this weekend when going to print.

SOFTBALL: Maryborough has fixtures set down, but it depends on the weather.

8.00am1 D Ball Aztecs Sapphires v Incas Diamonds – Coaches

8.45am1 T Ball Incas Imps v Aztecs Angels – Incas (Mark Jeppesen)2 U14 Sparx Scorpions v Aztecs Avengers – Aztecs/Aztecs

10.15am1 U12 Aztecs Atoms v Incas All-Stars – Sparx/Sparx

11.45am1 U17 Strikers/Wildcats v Aztecs Arrows – Sparx (Brooke White)/Incas (Mark Jeppesen)

1.45pm1 Women Sparx Hyne v Aztecs Apaches – Incas/Incas

3.30pm1 Women Incas Mercury v Aztecs Cherokees -Aztecs/SparxCanteen – Incas

The Hervey Bay/Coral Coast Preliminary finals will go in Hervey Bay.

AFL: Round three of the Wide Bay AFL women’s competition gets underway with Hervey Bay and Bundaberg games. The game between Gympie and Maryborough is still in some doubt.

CRICKET: The Fraser Coast Senior Cricket competition is set for their final regular-season round with Hervey Bay and Maryborough games.

Past Grammars play Bushrangers Blue at Newtown Oval while Cavnish plays Ausrocks and Bushrangers Gold play Cavaliers in Hervey Bay.

Good luck to the Fraser Coast under 12’s who play Bundaberg in the grand final in Bundaberg on Sunday.

RUGBY LEAGUE: Good luck to the Wide Bay Bulls teams travelling to Kingaroy to play the Sunshine Coast in the Queensland Rugby League state-wide competitions tomorrow.

Stay dry and get out and check out some sport this weekend if you can.

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