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The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys have the backing of over 10,000 full season members, smashing the club record before the first whistle of the 2024 season.  

In a Cowboys Chief Executive Jeff Reibel said the result was a ‘momentous’ milestone for a community-owned club with one of the widest geographical and cultural footprints of the national rugby league.

“I’m deeply humbled that more full season members than ever before have decided to stand with us in 2024, with more joining every day and waitlists growing for some of our more sought-after seats,” Jeff said.

“When this club was formed nearly thirty-years ago, our promise to North Queensland was to create a team who, through a culture of accountability, loyalty, humility and family values, represented the community proudly and with the earnestness it deserves,” he said.

“Our community responded in kind - backing us with passion and pride every step of the way, culminating now in our record breaking full season membership base, and thousands more in our multi game, single game and supporter categories.”

“This is no mean feat, because unlike any other club in the cod, many of our members travel thousands of kilometres from cane farms, cattle properties, mining towns, remote areas and coastline communities to support us at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.”

“I sincerely thank every Cowboys member for backing the North’s own club throughout Australia, the Torres Strait, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Islands and New Zealand and beyond.”

“To our 10,000 full season members especially, thank you for your commitment and financial investment to support the club at all 12 of our home games this season as we continue to fight in the name of the North.”

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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.