MIRL City Country in conjunction with the Queensland Police Service and the QRL Support Squad are hosting City v Country rugby league this weekend.
The popular local under age football tournament goes into Round 5 this weekend and will support Domestic Family Violence Prevention Month.
The Domestic Family Violence Prevention Month theme for 2022 is "All of us, together" and Queensland Police Service will be attending the evening to promote key messaging relating to DFV in the Mount Isa District.
The QRL Support Squad are a network of volunteers making a difference in community rugby league across Queensland.
The Support Squad help foster strong and rewarding relationships within their local rugby league community.
There will be prizes given out to those who wear purple on the night and fun activities will be held during half time games with everyone invited to take part in a sprint race.
Lollies donated from McCarthy's news will be handed out to those who participate.
Hot food will be available from the canteen with BBQ King, Keith Little serving gourmet hotdogs, steak burgers and chicken wings for dinner.
Headspace will be in attendance with their coffee van and will also have flyers and information available for their programs on offer.
Along with the City and Country sponsors the following sponsors have kindly jumped on board to support this evening: Calibre engineering, Whateva sports, Sportscene Mt Isa, Zonta.
Kick off is 5.30pm on Friday May 27 at the Rugby Union Grounds.
Come down and experience the fun family atmosphere while taking in some exciting football on show from our young players.
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