North Queensland Cowboys co-captain Matthew Scott and Johnathan Thurston hold the grand final trophy at Townsville Airport, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. The Cowboys beat the Brisbane Broncos in the NRL Grand Final.
North Queensland Cowboys co-captain Matthew Scott and Johnathan Thurston hold the grand final trophy at Townsville Airport, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. The Cowboys beat the Brisbane Broncos in the NRL Grand Final. ANDREW RANKIN

NRL Grand Final trophy visit to Rockhampton date is set

THE NRL Grand Final trophy is set to visit Rockhampton later this month, but there is a catch.

The Bulletin has confirmed that none of the North Queensland Cowboys players will be visiting the Beef Capital with the trophy. Just the Cowboys CEO Greg Tonner.

About a dozen of the team's players visited Mackay with thousands of fans lining the street for a parade for their heroes: A heroes' welcome as thousands turn out for Cowboys

The Bulletin is waiting to hear from the Premiership club about more details about the visit on November 29.

Would you attend a parade/ special event to see the trophy if no players are with it?

This poll ended on 06 November 2015.

Current Results

Yes

10%

No

89%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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