Under 12s Kingaroy Red Ants Zac Farmilo, Fletcher Prain, Rory Crumpton, Tommy Beil, Myles Corser, Mitchell Prain and Lachlan Prain.
Under 12s Kingaroy Red Ants Zac Farmilo, Fletcher Prain, Rory Crumpton, Tommy Beil, Myles Corser, Mitchell Prain and Lachlan Prain. Laura Blackmore

MEGA GALLERY: Every photo from Rugby League Grand Finals

RUGBY LEAGUE: Hundreds of high-spirited spectators turned out to watch the South Burnett rugby league grand finals on the weekend.

On Saturday, September 7 the finals kicked off at 12.30pm at the Murgon Showgrounds with the Under-12s Kingaroy Red Ants playing Nanango Stags.

The tight match up was 12 all right until the end of the game before the Reds Ants put away a try and a conversion to claim the win 18 -12.

The U14s Murgon Mustangs played against Nanango Stags at 1.40pm.

After being 10 all at full time the two teams went into extra time.

In the second half of extra time the Stags snagged a try to defeat the home side 14 - 10.

For the final game of the day A-Grade Murgon Mustangs clashed against Cherbourg Hornets.

Both teams put on their best performances, yet the Mustangs dominated the second half and got their fairytale win 28 - 14.

Their victory made even sweeter as it had been 30 years since they had won a premiership on home turf.

See every photo from the rugby league grand finals for 2019.

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