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The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are proud to announce a new community partnership with property group Celestino – developer of the proposed Pinnacles project at the Upper Ross – who will come on board as a partner of the club’s highly successful Adopt-a-School program.  

As a community partner, Celestino will be part of two Adopt-a-School events a year and will conduct visits, alongside Cowboys players, at the Upper Ross PCYC.

The first of those visits was conducted on Tuesday 31 May, with Cowboys players John Asiata and Tautau Moga playing a game of mini touch footy with children at after-school care, plus running a pass-the-ball comp.

“It’s great to see businesses get behind such great community initiatives as Adopt-a-School and visits to the PCYC,” Asiata said.

“As players, we love coming out to see the kids, and having the business community supporting these programs ensures they’ll be around for a long time.”

Staff members at the PCYC were presented with a signed Cowboys jersey and football on behalf of Celestino.

The Pinnacles development is the match-day sponsor at Saturday’s Round 13 clash between the Cowboys and the Newcastle Knights, and will be running the "That’s Gold" Cam around 1300SMILES Stadium and an on-field activation at NRL half-time.

Main image: Tautau Moga, John Asiata and Celestino's Michael Baker at Upper Ross PCYC

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.