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The Toyota Cowboys’ new NRL Women in League jerseys are a real collector’s item and you’ll be able to bid to secure your favourite match-worn jersey in a special online charity auction next week.

Produced by the Cowboys’ apparel partner ISC, the Women in League jerseys, which feature pink chevrons on the front and pink playing numbers on the back, will be worn on Saturday night when North Queensland play the Sydney Roosters at 1300SMILES Stadium.

From 12pm on Monday 19 May through to 12pm on Friday 23 May, we’re auctioning each of the 17 jerseys worn by Saturday night's team to raise funds for the Salvation Army’s Grace Cottage program.

A non-discriminatory service for women in addiction, in recovery from addiction, or who know people affected by addiction, Grace Cottage provides information, treatment, support and counselling.

Its services are free and accessible to everyone.

After Saturday night’s match, each North Queensland squad member will sign the jersey they wore – including co-captains Matt Scott and Johnathan Thurston's 200-game jersey – and each one will be available for you to bid on.

They are unique memorabilia items, authenticated by the Toyota Cowboys.

Stay tuned to on Monday for bidding info!

Main image: Claire Twivey (Grace Cottage), James Tamou and Major David Twivey (Salvation Army)


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