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Secure your piece of North Queensland Toyota Cowboys memorabilia! Bidding is now open for 17 player-signed, match-worn 2017 Women In League jerseys in our online charity jersey auction.

Celebrating and acknowledging the role women play at all levels and in all areas of rugby league, the Women In League jerseys will be worn exclusively for Women in League Round, making them a must-have piece for the Cowboys collector.

The North Queensland Cowboys defeated the New Zealand Warriors 24-12 in their Women in League jerseys at 1300SMILES Stadium last Saturday, in a match played out in the forwards, with both teams slugging it out in the middle for the 80 minutes. 

‌The win keeps the Cowboys' top-four hopes alive as they stretch their winning streak to four games in a row.

The Cowboys point-scorers from the match were Ethan Lowe (one try, three conversions), Javid Bowen (two tries) and Justin O'Neill (try). 


Opens: 12pm, Monday 24 July 2017
: 12pm, Monday 31 August 2017
Jerseys worn: 2017 Women In League Round – Saturday 22 July, 1300SMILES Stadium

Proceeds from the auction will go towards the Cowboys Community Foundation and NRL Cowboys House, a purpose-designed, culturally respectful and supportive facility giving Indigenous students from remote communities in north-west and Far North Queensland the opportunity to access the school of their choice in Townsville.

The House is a joint initiative between the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, National Rugby League and State and Australian Governments and is home to 25 students in 2017.

NRL Cowboys House is managed by the Cowboys Community Foundation, the charity arm of the North Queensland Cowboys, with financial and other support from the NRL.

Each jersey is a memorabilia item, authenticated by the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys.

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.