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Bid now - Women in League jersey auction

Thursday 9 August 2018 - history made at 1300SMILES Stadium!

For 80 thrilling minutes our North Queensland Toyota Cowboys battled for the XXXX Derby trophy and Round 22 bragging rights over city cousins Brisbane, in another exciting chapter of their legendary NRL rivalry.


With a 34-30 victory claimed after a 76th-minute try by Coen Hess put them in front, the Cowboys now cap off a successful Women in League Round campaign by auctioning their 17 match-worn, player-signed jerseys for the Cowboys Community Foundation.

This is a fantastic opportunity to secure your own piece of Cowboys history, including co-captain Johnathan Thurston's signed playing jersey from his final game against the Broncos.

Auction details

Opens: 12pm, Friday 10 August
Closing: 12pm, Monday 20 August

Proceeds from the auction will go towards NRL Cowboys House, a purpose-designed, culturally respectful and supportive facility giving Indigenous students (boys aged 12 to 18) from remote and regional North Queensland communities 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 50 students in 2018.

From 2019, NRL Cowboys House will also host 50 girls, with the establishment of a Girls Campus recently announced – learn more.

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.

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The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys guarantee the authenticity of all items auctioned on this official online auction website. We cannot guarantee the authenticity of any Cowboys memorabilia or items auctioned on any other website or auction.

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.