WATCH: Getting dirty on the field in polocrosse
MICK Kerr said there is absolutely no logic for wearing white pants in polocrosse.
"It's a rule somebody made up fifty or so years ago and now we have to do it," he said.
"But we only wear them to actual competitions so it's not too bad."
St Lawrence Nebo Polocrosse Carnival hosted the event in Monto which attracted 11 senior and four junior teams from across Queensland, with everyone's pants turning to brown by the end.
Beau Moore - who played for A-grade winner Wandoan - represents Queensland in the sport.
"It's great to come out to support the smaller clubs," he said.
"The standard is good and was especially high in the finals."
His father Cal Moore played on the same team.
"You've got to focus on horsemanship, ball-handling skills and game play," he said.
For juniors, it was the early days of their polocrosse careers, including Phillip Wilson from Emerald.
"It's fun, but hard," he said.
"My friend on the team, he's hard and he really pushes you.
"When you fall off it's really scary because you don't want to get stepped on."
For eight-year-old Roxanne Elizabeth Cue, it took two hours to drive to Monto.
"I just listened to music and played games on the way, my favourite music is the So Fresh discs," she said.
"I love polocrosse as you just get to have fun and meet new friends."
One of the prizes from the day was compressed hay, and contestants like Lincoln Thomas Macklin could not wait to use it.
"I'll feed it to my horse Emma," he said.