SUPPORTERS: Donna Watson, Santina Howard and Louise Coleman are helping out with Cowboys Ladies Day tomorrow and will also watch their sons play for Warwick against Wattles at Father Ranger Oval.
SUPPORTERS: Donna Watson, Santina Howard and Louise Coleman are helping out with Cowboys Ladies Day tomorrow and will also watch their sons play for Warwick against Wattles at Father Ranger Oval. Gerard Walsh

Ladies' Day at Cowboys during local derby

WARWICK Cowboys Ambassador Tiffany Cruice is expecting 80 ladies to turn up at the club ladies day at Father Ranger Oval.

Mrs Cruice said she had received a good response to the day, which is tomorrow.

"Ladies' Day is sponsored by Talk N Heads and will start at 4pm, the same time as the under-18 game between Warwick and Wattles,” Mrs Cruice said. "While some have pre-booked at Danny Lyons Sports and Southern Downs Realty, I expect the majority of ladies will pay the $30 charge at the bar.”

Each lady will receive five free drinks, finger food and a ticket in the lucky door prize. There will be multi-draw raffles with all proceeds to go to the Warwick Cowboys club.

All of the Ladies Day action will be in the clubhouse tomorrow.

The reserve-grade game at 5.30pm will be the 300th for Cowboys forward David Hallman.

A grade is at 7pm.

Footy will be played all day with Collegians played a full round of fixtures against Tenterfield in the Warwick and District Junior Rugby League competition.

After the footy, reserve-grade player Luke Costello will be on the guitar with entertainment going to 12 midnight.

Admission to the Cowboys/Wattles games is $8 with concessional admission $5 and children under 16 free.



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