Heritage Hot Squad head cheerleader Kristy-Lee Cox and choreographer Adrianna Alexander warm up for their debut performance at the Capras home game.
Heritage Hot Squad head cheerleader Kristy-Lee Cox and choreographer Adrianna Alexander warm up for their debut performance at the Capras home game. Sharyn Oneill

Hot squad will get crowd cheering

THE Central Queensland Capras won't be the only ones taking to the field this weekend, with the new Heritage Hot Squad cheerleading team set to make its debut performance.

Capras CEO Brenton Williamson announced a promotional partnership between the club and Rockhampton's Heritage Hotel this week.

"We just thought it was a really good fit," Mr Williamson said.

"It will be a great promotional tool for both of us."

Mr Williamson said the seven girls would be performing at the team's home games as well as travelling with the team members to their two Gladstone matches.

Mr Williamson said the partnership would also help the club attract a younger crowd.

"It's great to have the Heritage on board," he said.

CAPRAS HOME GAME

When: Sunday, 2pm

Who: Central Queensland Capras vs Ipswich Jets

Where: Browne Park

Cost: $10 for non-members



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