Clubs are on the hunt for players and coaches ahead of the new season, which will start on October 13.
The Games will feature 10 sports, with darts, football, swimming and athletics among those to be held in upcoming weeks.
The introduction of a Superbowl-style play-off between Bundaberg and the Fraser Coast's premiers will have to wait another season.
The region's youngest athletes should not have to endure penalties to decide a grand final victor.
The league champions, Tinana, were surprisingly on the back foot from the start as an enthusiastic Sunbury took it to their highly-fancied rivals.
Doon Villa's dream of representing the Fraser Coast in the Wide Bay Premier League grand final was brought to a screaming halt by a rampant Brothers Aston Villa
Fraser Flames provided the first of two clutch finals performances in Friday night's women's football deciders.
Sunbury is yet to beat Tinana, who will start as favourites, but that won't deter the Blues.
Tinana will start today's Fraser Coast League under-16s grand final as the underdog but coach Kyle Kaminski is confident his side can more than match United.
They have already finished the season as league champions, but there is still some unfinished business for Tinana's Fraser Coast League Division 1 Ladies team.