Fun and sun at the 2021 Tully and District Show
Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 T
TULLY Showgrounds is the place to be on Saturday, July 17, for a bonanza day of rugby league.
Junior games kick off the Super Saturday in the morning, followed in the afternoon with the Tully Tigers’ senior teams in action.
The highlight will be the games between Queensland Outback and North Queensland United Senior Men’s and Women’s teams.
Players were selected in the North Queensland United Open Men’s team after the Gulf Brumbies versus Zenadth Kes Stingers’ curtain raiser game before the Northern Pride and Easts Tigers’ match on June 6.
The Queensland Outback Open Men’s team features players from Mount Isa, Roma, Charleville, Barcaldine, Wullumbilla/Surat, and St George.
Players from Longreach, Tambo, Hughenden, Blackall Cloncurry, and Ilfracombe are in the Open Women’s team.
It will be a feast for footy fans, with plenty of cultural activities on the day, and gate entry for general admission is $6.
Game day times are as follows: 1.20pm – Tully Tigers -v- Ivanhoes Knights (Under 18); 2.50pm – NQ United -v- Qld Outback Open Women’s; 4.00pm – Tully Tigers -v- Ivanhoes (Reserve Grade); 5.35pm – NQ United -v- Qld Outback Open Men’s and 7.05pm – Tully Tigers -v- Ivanhoes (A Grade).
Grandstand seats at $10 (including entry) are guaranteed to be in high demand, so reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment. Corporate packages for $75 are also available on the day.
For grandstand bookings and corporate packages, please contact Anthony Emmi on 0407 680 713.
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