Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club
Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club has been continuously fielding teams in the South Burnett Competition for over 30 years. We cater for both Men and Women 16 years and over and for all skill levels from beginner to expert. The Kingaroy Club is divided up into two teams, Wests and Gunners. Each team fields a side in the Football South Burnett Competition in Mens First and Second Div as well as a Women's side.
Kingaroy's home ground is Tom Alford Oval, which has a great playing surface and facilities that even some Brisbane teams envy.
Each February Kingaroy Seniors hosts the South Burnett 7's Carnival a huge event on the Queensland footballing calendar.
West 2nd Div Premiers
Wests Women Premiers
FOOTBALL IS A FAMILY GAME
It’s not uncommon to see siblings play in the same sporting team … but being able to play in the same team as your mother or father is very special.....MORE
WESTS TAKE OUT SECOND DIV PRESIDENTS CUP
Wests have taken out the Second Division Presidents Cup with a 2-0 win over Gunners. Two second half goals from the in form Ryan Jacobs sealed the win.
Wests Women were outplayed by Nanango and lost 5-1, while Wests First Division lost to Nanango 2-1 in a hard fought battle. In the process they lost Sheldon Livingston with a possible season ending ankle injury.
2nd Div: Wests 2 (Ryan Jacobs 50th, 73rd) - Gunners 0
Women: Nanango 5 (Cass Kelly 15th, Brittany Cullen 25th, Maxine Evans 34th, Jess Erlich 41st, Reagan Campbell 65th) - Wests 1 (Reneau Lanham 54th)
1st Div: Nanango 2 (Steve Johnston 52nd, Own Goal 71st) - Wests 1 (Brandon Smith 40th
OUR FIRST CLUB FFA CUP TEAM
The lads didn't win, but they tried there best. With the team we had and being down 5-0 at halftime, losing 6-0 wasn't as one sided as the score suggests.
Short match preparation, some poor marking and bad passing and judgement cost the team early on. It took a while for some combinations to work. However I am sure we will be better prepared next year and tha we have more players available and fit. The team can be proud and a huge thank you for those who put their hand up both players, coaches and managers.