RUGBY LEAGUE: Mary Anne Loudon wants all roads to lead to Toowoomba on Sunday with Cowboys fans to watch three Warwick teams in TRL finals.
"We have three teams playing and all can secure a grand final spot with a victory," the club president said.
"The club wants a lot of red, white and blue at Clive Berghofer Stadium.
"The Cowboys have a real chance to have three teams in grand finals; this could be our best season since 2009 when the reggies won the grand final under the coaching of Nick Owens."
The Warwick Cowboys ladies will play the first game at 9am Sunday with the winner to qualify for the September 26 grand final showdown with Goondiwindi. The team is coached by David O'Leary.
Warwick will play in the second-division game at 10am against minor premiers Millmerran.
Maryvale farmer Peter Locke is in his first year of coaching at senior level and steered the side into third spot at the end of fixtures.
Minor premiers Warwick will play in the 1pm reserve-grade major semi-final at 1pm Sunday.
Coach Craig Mullaly didn't give the players a week off for winning the minor premiership; they trained on Sunday afternoon and had to run four times up Weewondilla Hill to boost their fitness for this weekend. Wattles will play in the 2.30 pm A-grade game against Gatton.