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The Provan-Summons Trophy will head to the heart of Queensland this week for the next phase of its landmark Premiership tour of Cowboys’ country.

After notching up more than 20,000km across dozens of towns and cities since the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys’ maiden NRL premiership in early October, the trophy tour will move to the Central Highlands, starting with a visit to the coal mining town of Glenden on Wednesday 16 December.

From there, it will move south to Moranbah, as part of a five-day tour of the region – towns on the visit include Dysart, Middlemount, Tieri, Emerald, Bluff, Blackwater, Springsure, Capella and Clermont.

Accompanying the trophy to the Centrals Highlands will be retired Cowboys forward Glenn Hall and valued long-time member Cec Ivers.

“We can’t wait to get out into those Coalfields towns and share the trophy with the members and supporters who were with the Cowboys every step of the way to the premiership,” Hall, 2015 Cowboys Club Person of the Year, said.

“It’s been a fantastic thing that we’ve been able to take the trophy to so many towns and communities in the Cowboys’ footprint.”


Wed 16 Dec Activity
10.30am Glenden Shopping Centre
1.30pm NGC
3.00pm Moranbah Town Square
6.30pm Moranbah Workers Club
Thurs 17 Dec  
9.00am Dysart Shopping Centre
11.00am Middlemount Shopping Centre
2.30pm Tieri Town Centre (Peak Downs JRL)
5.00pm Men of League Function, Emerald
Friday 18 Dec  
9.00am Maccas Oval, Bluff (Bluff Rabbitohs)
10.30am Hinricks Oval, Blackwater (Blackwater JRL)
1.15pm St Patrick's School, Emerald
3pm Emerald Golf Club 
5.45pm Emerald Police Station
6.30pm Emerald Golf Club 
Sat 19 Dec  
9am Centro Shopping Centre, Emerald
10am Sports Power, Coles Shopping Centre, Emerald
11am McIndoe Park, Emerald
12.05pm Medical Super Clinic, Emerald

Springsure Football Club

4pm New Royal Hotel, Rubyvale
Sun 20 Dec  
9am Venue TBC, Capella
10.45am Rose Harris Park, Clermont
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.