The Wolves will host their annual mini mod carnival on Saturday which will see over 500 hundred players from under-six to U12s playing across seven fields.
Groups represented Kingaroy Dance Academy with pride at completions in Stanthorpe and Maryborough and in front of their family and friends in Kingaroy.
Junior players took centre stage at the Stanley Rivers 41st annual carnival held over the weekend.
The day will start at 11am with all 11 and 12 year-olds encourage to attend the session which will focus on tackling techniques and updating their skills.
The under-10 girls, U10 boys and U14 girls teams travelled to Hervey Bay to take on fierce opposition across three days of competition.
A break in the Football South Burnett season provided an opportunity for the Panthers to play a catch-up game against the Kinngaroy Gunnettes.
Co-coach of the Mustangs, Paul Brunjes, was proud of the effort by his team especially considering it was their first game in three weeks.
SENIOR sergeant Dave Tierney is giving the South Burnett community the opportunity to dunk him all in aid of raising money for LifeFlight.
When Joe Amery pulls on his gurnsey to represent Southeast Queensland on Saturday he will also be flying the flag for the South Burnett and Darling Downs.
The carnival was a joint venture by the Murgon Mustangs and Kingaroy Red Ants, with the clubs joining forces to make it happen.