Our partnership with fellow northerners, the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, helps us to bring the club’s development program to our port communities.
Each year, hundreds of local kids and community members look forward to our two-day Bulk Port Blitzes in Sarina, Mackay, Bowen and Weipa.
As well as skills on the field, students hear first-hand from some of their sporting heroes how to make smart choices off the field. In past years, Cowboys legends such as Matthew Bowen and Brent Tate have shared their own stories of hard work and commitment as the path to success in many of life's endeavours.
The Blitzes are tailored to our different communities, but broadly feature an action-packed program run by North Queensland Bulk Ports and Cowboys players, along with development officers from the club.
|May||27 & 28||Weipa|
|June||24 & 25||Hay Point|
|August||13 & 14||Bowen|
Learn to play the Cowboys' way with North Queensland Toyota cowboys representatives. All JRL Weipa players from 6-16 years old welcome. Free event.
Please Join NQBP's CEO Nicolas Fertin for an evening with our community partners, the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys. Hear how the Cowboys are reinventing themselves and find out how you can apply this to your workplace, community or home. With special guest speaker Michael Luck, Chief Operating Officer, North Queensland Toyota Cowboys. A signed and framed 2019 cowboys jersey will be presented to a deserving not-for-profit organisation. Please contact us to RSVP by Monday 20 May. This is a free event with refreshments provided.
More than 80 people joined NQBP's CEO Nicolas Fertin for an evening with our community partners, the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys. Attendees heard how the Cowboys are reinventing themselves and how they could apply what they learnt to their workplace, community or home. A signed and framed 2019 Cowboys jersey was also presented to the NUDE LUNCH committee to be used towards their fundraising efforts. This networking event was hosted by Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce, with thanks to NQBP's community partnership with the Cowboys.
More than 100 kids, aged 6-16 years old, participated in a free training session with the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys. The session was held at the Northern Suburbs JRL Club, Wanderers Park in Beaconsfield and was delivered as part of our community partnership with the Cowboys.