Entries are now open for the Cowboys' 2018 Indigenous jersey design competition, with the winning design to feature on the club's player and supporter Indigenous jerseys for next season.
Entry is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 15 years and over, with designs to reflect North Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
The competition, run by the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, is a unique opportunity for the winning artist to showcase their design and heritage on the National Rugby League stage.
The winner will receive a cash prize of $2,500, four 2018 Diamond Star memberships with season parking and a 2018 Indigenous jersey featuring their design!
Entries comprising artwork, design story and signed, completed entry form will be accepted by email, in person or by post until 5pm, Monday 24 April (no late entries considered), with a limit of one entry per person – refer to the entry pack for full terms and conditions.
Contact: Pamela Santo-Appleby (07) 4773 0708 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured: Gavin Cooper wears this year's Indigenous jersey, designed by 2017 Indigenous jersey design competition winner Albert Bosen – the Cowboys will wear the jersey in Round 10 v Bulldogs.