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Mustangs' big decision

DECISION ON 2013: The Murgon Mustangs will hold a meeting to decide whether to enter an A-grade team in this year's South Burnett Premier League competition.
DECISION ON 2013: The Murgon Mustangs will hold a meeting to decide whether to enter an A-grade team in this year's South Burnett Premier League competition. Aiden Burgess

THE Murgon Mustangs will hold a vital meeting this month to decide their intentions for the 2013 South Burnett Premier League season.

The A-grade rugby league team meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 15, at the Murgon Showgrounds grandstand from 6pm.

The meeting is set to decide whether the Mustangs will field an A-grade side in this year's South Burnett Premier League competition.

All people interested in the Mustangs continuing their presence in A-grade are urged to voice their opinions, as a firm and final decision on whether to enter a team will be made on the night.

Current Mustangs A-grade facilitator Col Pidgeon said it was vital for potential players to attend the meeting.

"All available players are encouraged to attend to discuss if we can field a team this year," he said.

"There will be no second chances and if players aren't there to show their support there wont be a team this year."

Pidgeon said a number of issues would be put forward at the meeting.

"We will discuss events from late in the season last year and about players having to do their own fundraising and made to pay before they sign on," he said.

"Players will also have the chance to voice their opinions."

For further details on the meeting contact Col during business hours at Top of the Town Butchers in Lamb St, Murgon. After business hours contact 41683016 or Alicia on 0438763679.

South Burnett

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