Richmond is one of five towns preparing to host an Intrust Super Cup fixture for the first time this season.
As part of the highly-anticipated 'Activate! Queensland' Country Week, all seven Round 14 matches from Queensland's premier men's competition will head to the regions across the weekend of July 17-18.
Richmond joins Dysart, Murgon, Chinchilla and Quilpie in getting their first taste of the Intrust Super Cup, while Atherton will host its fifth Cup game and Gladstone its 23rd.
Souths Logan Magpies will clash with the Townsville Districts Blackhawks in Richmond.
QRL Managing Director Robert Moore said the round was shaping up to be one of the highlights of the season.
"We're grateful to the Queensland Government for its sponsorship and support of this initiative, as they share our passion for the game in rural and regional Queensland," Moore said.
"In my travels I've witnessed the excitement this event brings to regional communities, as well as our players and coaches who embrace the opportunity to travel far and wide to showcase their skills and engage with local fans.
"One of the best things about the round is the opportunity it provides for people to engage with game development officers, former rugby league greats and QRL directors and staff."
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