Redback officials Peter Millard (left) and Karen Clarke (right) with Steele’s Bakery owners Brad and Gail Steele who donated guernseys for the Warwick Redbacks match against the Cougars.
Redback officials Peter Millard (left) and Karen Clarke (right) with Steele’s Bakery owners Brad and Gail Steele who donated guernseys for the Warwick Redbacks match against the Cougars.

Joint effort raises funds

WITH the generous support of Steele’s Bakery, the Redbacks were able to assist USQ Cougars in an annual fundraising appeal for the constant fight against cancer.

The fundraising game was on Saturday at USQ.

Redbacks football operations manager Colin Pope said Gayle and Brad Steele were approached to fund the purchase of a specially designed set of guernseys for the cause and didn’t even give it a second thought. “As soon as they were told, the reply was an emphatic “yes, just design them and give us the invoice,” Pope said.

“It is community support of this nature that helps struggling sporting clubs like the Redbacks to represent their town and keep footballers on the paddock, week in, week out.”

The Redbacks will host AFL Darling Downs leaders Toowoomba Tigers at Slade Park at 2.30pm tomorrow.

After this weekend, Warwick hosts Dalby and is away to Lockyer Valley.



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