(Back, from left) Cowboys players Mark Fowler, Garth Miller, Ryan McIvor, Paul Hallman, Border president Steve McEvoy and (front) Cowboys player David Hallman with some of the auction items.
(Back, from left) Cowboys players Mark Fowler, Garth Miller, Ryan McIvor, Paul Hallman, Border president Steve McEvoy and (front) Cowboys player David Hallman with some of the auction items.

Sinclair Byrne fundraiser

WARWICK Cowboys rugby league player Paul Hallman believes if people show as much commitment to Sinclair Byrne today as he showed in a Cowboys jersey, today’s benefit at Father Ranger Oval will be a great success.

A feature will be an auction after the A-grade game with money raised going towards a wheelchair for Sinclair who is in hospital after an accident last year.

Items for auction include two signed Queensland Bulls bats, a signed Roosters NRL premiership jersey from 2002, framed football cards donated by Joe and Mary Thorley, a print of the first State of Origin side, signed 2010 Canberra Raiders jersey and ball, as well as many other items.

More auction items welcome to Father Ranger Oval today from the start of games at 3.30pm. A grade is at 7pm with the auction to follow.



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