Warwick Cowboys player Luke Brosnan gets the ball away for Toowoomba.
Warwick Cowboys player Luke Brosnan gets the ball away for Toowoomba. John Towells

Cowboys prop makes team

WARWICK Cowboys forward Cameron Mulcahy is in the Central Division team to play in the A-grade state carnival at the Gold Coast on the Queen’s Birthday weekend.

Luke Brosnan, Mulcahy, Scott Kerridge and Trent Achilles were the four Cowboys players who played for the Toowoomba team which was runners up in the 47th Battalion Cup Carnival in Bundaberg at the weekend.

Mulcahy and Brosnan were in the Toowoomba starting pack, Kerridge played on the wing and Achilles came off the bench at halfback, five-eighth and hooker.

Five Toowoomba Valleys players also made the Central team, Gus McKellar, Ben Loxley, player of the carnival Nathan Murphy, Matt Duggan and Eugene Seddon.

Brosnan said it was a huge weekend with Toowoomba playing 200 minutes of footy in two days.

“We beat eventual winners Bundaberg 18-10 on the first day and led them 14-6 at half-time in the final before going down,” Brosnan said.

The Border Bushrangers were the second team from the Darling Downs at the carnival and impressed with victories against Rockhampton and Burnett on day one. Semi finalists Border didn’t get a player in the team and two made it from Rockhampton.



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