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JT’s final home game tonight sold out!

Tickets for tonight's North Queensland Toyota Cowboys match against the Parramatta Eels at 1300SMILES Stadium have now sold out, with a crowd of 25,000 expected to attend.

In a touching show of support for Johnathan Thurston, members and fans from across the region have secured their tickets to be there to farewell the champion co-captain at his final home game.

Supporters should note that tickets will not be available for purchase at the gates, and that entry will be via pre-purchased tickets only.

The Cowboys Leagues Club will also have all the action live on the big screens for supporters without a ticket.

"With JT set to don his Cowboys colours and run on to 1300SMILES Stadium for the very last time tonight, it is so exciting that we will have a packed house to witness that moment and give him the farewell he deserves," Cowboys CEO Greg Tonner said.

Members and fans are encouraged to get to the game early tonight with gates opening at 5.45pm, and are reminded to grab their complimentary JT headgear and limited-edition JT poster and Cowboys flag on entry.

The JT tribute show kicks off at 5.45pm and is set to rock the crowd with three live performances, fireworks and special guest tribute messages on the big screen.

Transport to and from the game remains the same as previous home games with members and fans encouraged to use the free Park & Ride service which leaves from the Kirwan Health Campus on Thuringowa Drive (front car park).

Fans are reminded that tickets not secured through Ticketek Australia, the Cowboys' official ticketing agency, are not valid for entry to 1300SMILES Stadium. To avoid disappointment at the gates please do not book through non-official vendors, platforms or individual re-sellers.

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.