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Get down to BB Print Stadium in Mackay this Friday for an open training session – your invitation to a fun, free afternoon with the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys!

4pm-5.30pm, Friday 10 February
BB Print Stadium, Mackay

• Free entry via main gate – great family fun!
• Watch the boys in their final training session ahead of the Cowboys v Roosters trial game 
• Collect your 2017 team poster
• 2017 membership and merchandise on sale
• Enter our trial blitz comp – great prizes up for grabs!
• Exclusive members' zone (by RSVP, 4pm-6pm) 

This will be the final run for the team ahead of their NRL trial match against the Sydney Roosters on Saturday, and is part of a busy schedule of community events and activities planned for the Mackay region this week.

Co-captain Matt Scott, reigning Dally M medallist Jason Taumalolo and veteran prop Scott Bolton will be among the full squad named to travel for the trial game against the Auckland Nines winners.

Cowboys’ coach Paul Green said that the players take a lot away from having their members and fans supporting them ahead of every game, and this trial game would be no different.

“Our members and fans play a huge part in getting behind the team, and I know it lifts the boys when they need it most,” Green said.

“The players really appreciate the support, and every opportunity to meet our supporters is welcomed.”

The event will also be a great opportunity for fans to sign up as 2017 members and stock up on their Cowboys gear, plus enter our trial blitz comp with two Cowboys prizes up for grabs! 

The open training session will also host an exclusive members' zone (by RSVP), where 2017 Cowboys members can enjoy the training session and mingle with the coach and selected players.

See you there!

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.