Warwick Gymnastics Club president Coby Walker with the club’s students and Bianca Jenkin from Telstra with the raffle prize – a signed North Queensland Cowboys jersey, donated by the Telstra Shop in Rose City Shoppingworld.
Warwick Gymnastics Club president Coby Walker with the club’s students and Bianca Jenkin from Telstra with the raffle prize – a signed North Queensland Cowboys jersey, donated by the Telstra Shop in Rose City Shoppingworld. Jayden Brown

North Queensland Cowboys jersey prize catch in raffle

FANS of the North Queensland Cowboys won't want to miss the prize in the Warwick Gymnastics Club raffle, donated by the Telstra Shop in Rose City Shoppingworld.

The gymnastics club will raffle a signed North Queensland Cowboys jersey to raise money for the upcoming state championships.

Gymnastics Club president Coby Walker said the raffle would be drawn at the Ryanie for Tyres Show and Shine next weekend.

"The money raised will be used for new equipment and to get the girls ready for state titles," he said.

"(Raffle) tickets are available at the Westside Snack Bar, the Telstra Shop and Rolly's Party and Lolly Shop."

The jersey was kindly donated by the Telstra Shop in Rose City Shoppingworld, under the watchful eye of staff member Bianca Jenkin.

Jenkin, who has a son in the gymnastics club, said the raffle was a great way to raise money for the club.

"The gymnastics club is important to the town," she said. "I see what my son and his friends get out of it.

"Get behind the raffle - it's a great prize."

For more information or to buy tickets, phone Angie on 0417 271 523.



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