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FIELD OF DREAMS FOR ENDEAVOUR GROUP
VOLUNTEERS and supported employees from the Endeavour Foundation will be special guests at the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys v Wests Tigers NRL match at Dairy Farmers Stadium on Saturday night thanks to the Southern Cross Media Group.
The group of 30 people will be in for a night to remember when they sit in the Field of Dreams section on the western side of Dairy Farmers.
The Field of Dreams program gives special individuals who would not ordinarily have the opportunity to attend a Cowboys game the chance to watch their heroes live in action at Dairy Farmers.
Three organisations - Cowboys Leagues Club, Southern Cross Media Group and BHP Cannington - are partners in the program and they each have the option to allocate tickets to the individuals or community groups of their choice for three home games each season.
The partners are committed to giving back to the North Queensland community through their involvement in Field of Dreams and hope to create lasting Cowboys memories for those who get to see one of the NRL games.
The Endeavour Foundation held a draw for their tickets after receiving a great response when they revealed they had been allocated the Field of Dreams section.
4TO-FM breakfast announcer Steve Price said the team at Southern Cross Media Group was thrilled they could help the Endeavour group see the finals-hunting Cowboys in action.