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Club statement on Cowboys CEO

The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys announced today that CEO, Greg Tonner had resigned from the organisation.

Greg's departure follows 4 seasons at the helm of the Club. The Chairman of the Board, Laurence Lancini praised Greg's contribution.

"Greg has been a dedicated leader and a well-respected contributor to the club and community at large. He is respected by his peers and colleagues alike, and has been instrumental in a number of significant outcomes for the Cowboys."

"His leadership, energy, engagement and integrity is to be commended."

"Greg has done a wonderful job as CEO as can be seen by the overall performance of the Club and in particular the growth in Membership, Community, Sponsorship and Commercial."

"The Club is in a very strong position to take on the next phase of its development."

"We thank Greg for his enormous contribution."

Greg said: "As a born and bred North Queenslander it has been an honour and privilege to have led the Cowboys and the many talented and dedicated people working within it. Thank you all for your commitment and tireless efforts."

"The Cowboys play a unique and special role in our North Queensland community. I am proud of the impact our Club has had on the lives of so many people."

"I'd like to thank the partners, members and fans for their passion and commitment to the Cowboys."

"I've given everything over the past 3½ years and now it's time to pass on the baton to someone else to keep the momentum going forward."

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.