Nanango and Gunnettes player on a fierce chase for the ball
Nanango and Gunnettes player on a fierce chase for the ball Matt Collins

Panthers on the prowl for back-to-back premierships

FOOTBALL: Nanango's women's team has proven it has what it takes to go back-to-back in this year's finals.

At the Gunnette's home ground on Saturday evening, Nanango Panthers went home with a 2-0 win.

This means the Nanango women's team has repeated last year's impressive season to go the whole season undefeated.

In the other women's game, Barambah beat Kingaroy Wests 3-0.

In the men's games Wests fought out a 1-1 draw with Barambah and Gunners were far too stroing for an understrength Nanango team winning 5-0.

Next week sees no games being played as players break for the Brisbane exhibition.

Going in to the finals, minor premiers for the womens competition, were Nanango with 45 points, only conceding seven goals.

In the mens competition, Kingaroy Gunners were rewarded for a great season with the minor premiership.

Kingaroy hosts a huge weekend of finals football with all semi finals being played on Saturday August 18.

Minor Semis: (winner progresses to prelim)

12pm Ladies Wests Vs Gunnettes

2pm Mens Barambah Vs Nanango

Major Semis: (Winner to GF)

4pm Ladies Nanango Vs Barambah

6pm Mens Gunners Vs Wests

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