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If you’ve ever dreamed of running in the footsteps of your rugby league heroes at the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys’ home ground, here's your chance!

The Cowboys are hosting a PITCH PARTY, thanks to BMD, at the Cowboys v Rabbitohs game this Thursday night – it's your opportunity to run on to the field at 1300SMILES Stadium and join in the fun.

What happens:

• Members & supporters can run/walk onto the main field.
• Bring your Cowboys ball to play with!
• Team footballs available from merchandise stands at the venue (subject to availability).
• Get your face painted or hair sprayed Cowboys colours (situated at the Northern & Southern ends).
• Dance to the DJ, thanks to Hot FM (situated at the Western side).

How it works:

• Entry is permitted 15 minutes after full time of the NYC game (approx. 6.15pm);
• Assemble at south-west and north-west gates to main field (look for the flags & signs);
• First siren will sound to indicate that entry is permitted for a 25-minute access window;
• Second siren will sound after 25 minutes to indicate that patrons should leave the field.

Conditions of entry:

• Strictly no alcohol will be permitted on field.
• Please take all items/belongings/litter with you when exiting the field – no littering please!
• Entry/exit to the field is strictly by signed entrances/exits only – no access via fenceline.
• Please note that by entering the field of play you do so at your own risk.
• Please follow instructions given by staff and security at gates and while on-field.
• Unruly or careless behaviour will not be tolerated – refer to our fan code of conduct.
• Unauthorised entry to the field of play outside this period is not permitted.

*NOTE: The Pitch Party will replace Full Time Field Time post-match for this week only.

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.