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North Queensland Toyota Cowboys forward Glenn Hall is the latest athlete to join the JCU Townsville Fire as an official ambassador.

Having confirmed seven-time major winner Karrie Webb last week, the Fire unveiled Hall, a long-term supporter of the club, on Thursday.

“The Fire is a great club and one that I am proud to be working with,” Hall said.

“As the only professional women’s sporting team in the northern half of Australia, it’s important that people have positive, female role models to look up to and they do a great job on and off the court.

“I bring my daughter, Indiana, to the games, and it’s important to me that she’s got role models that she can look up to and can aspire to be like.

“While I am sure she likes seeing me play, I also like the fact that she can see the Fire perform on the national stage.”

Hall is the third ambassador to join the Fire for the 2014/15 Wattle Valley WNBL season after reality TV star Maddi Carter and Webb.

Having recently signed a contract extension with the Cowboys for another season, the 33-year-old made an on-court appearance at last week’s Halloween-themed round and will continue to work closely with the club.

Acknowledgement of Country

North Queensland Cowboys respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.