CHASING PREMIERSHIP: The Davey brothers, Cameron and Rob, are gearing up for Sunday's 9am Toowoomba grand final which will be live-streamed through the Daily News website.
CHASING PREMIERSHIP: The Davey brothers, Cameron and Rob, are gearing up for Sunday's 9am Toowoomba grand final which will be live-streamed through the Daily News website. Gerard Walsh

Brothers combine with mission to end premiership drought

FOOTBALL: Warwick Wolves brothers Rob and Cameron Davey are aiming to win their first premiership in football for a decade.

They will play for Warwick in the conference grade grand final against St Alban's at 9am Sunday at Clive Berghofer Stadium.

The game will live-stream on www.warwickdailynews .com.au but fans will need a Daily News subscription to watch (more details at bottom of article).

Rob, 34, was the first to start in football when a junior competition was being played at Allora.

By the time Cameron, 32, started juniors the major junior action was in Warwick.

While they were in different age groups as juniors, they played juniors for South West and Rob played for the Toowoomba Raiders.

Cameron rated the greatest thrill in his career as touring England with a Queensland development side at the age of 15.

Both played in the under-21 summer league which was contested by different regions in Queensland.

The brothers have been in the same open teams at the Wolves for more than a decade except for the season when Rob was working in Mt Isa and playing for Concordia club.

Rob has won four player of the year awards in competitions in Warwick, Stanthorpe and Mt Isa.

"We both play in the centre and link up in most plays,” Rob said.

Both agree it is important to put back in the sport they love.

Their father, Paul, is a past Warwick president and Cameron is in his second season as president. Rob is currently association registrar.

Both will volunteer at Saturday's junior grand finals and presentations.

Watch the games live

The Warwick Daily News will livestream action from football finals on Sunday, in an exciting first.

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Livestreams will be at the top of the home page on Sunday.

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