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Teaming up for charity day

Warwick Cowboys reps Brian Sullivan and Danny Lyons and Warwick Golf Club president Don Stewart are seeking more nominations for the Cowboys’ day.
Warwick Cowboys reps Brian Sullivan and Danny Lyons and Warwick Golf Club president Don Stewart are seeking more nominations for the Cowboys’ day. Gerard Walsh

DANNY Lyons wants players, officials and supporters of the Warwick Cowboys Rugby League Football Club to tee off for the club in Sunday's four-ball ambrose at the Warwick Golf Club.

All are welcome to a charity day committee member Lyons wants to financially kick-start the 2013 season.

"We would encourage other sporting clubs in town to support our golf day and would like to think we support their fundraisers," Lyons said.

Warwick Golf Club president Don Stewart, a former secretary of the rugby league club, said the Cowboys day was traditionally one of the biggest at the club each year.

A time sheet applies for the four-ball ambrose, with bookings welcome. Call the pro shop on 4661 3664.

Individuals who want to play should speak to pro shop staff about the possibility of joining of a team on the day.

Many golf club regulars line up for charity days.

Four-ball ambrose events cater for non-golfers as well as golfers and it is expected many Cowboys players and supporters will play for the first time.

It might be the rugby league off-season but a busy time for the Cowboys with a players' afternoon last week and the Wall of Legends unveiling on November 17.

Topics:  golf, warwick cowboys, warwick golf club




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