A New Zealand born bulldozer who has earmarked himself as arguably the best lock and player in the NRL having helped lead the North Queensland Cowboys to a maiden premiership in 2015 and collecting Dally M Player of the Year in 2016
The first ever indigenous Australian to compete in an ASP World Tour event, this young Queenslander has won a bevy of surfing competitions and is widely recognised as one of the top young surfing talents in Australia.
Preston Campbell retired in 2011 after playing a staggering 267 NRL first grade games. Throughout his football years, Campbell has been part of Premiership winning team, was awarded the Dally M Player of the Year.
Now a family man, Rogers spends his time on continually developing 4 ASD Kids, a charity founded by himself and his wife Chloe Maxwell that simply raises money to sponsor kids affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders into programmes.
An integral part of the Queensland State of Origin team’s dominance over the past six years, Myles has notched 17 Origin appearances since making his debut for the Maroons in 2006, in what was only his second season in the NRL.
John Cartwright is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player. He was head coach for the Gold Coast Titans for 4 years and is now assistant coach at the North Queensland Cowboys.
In an outstanding debut season in the NRL, Daly Cherry-Evans went from the Queensland Cup player of the year to reaching the pinnacle of rugby league by winning a premiership with Manly and wearing the green and gold for Australia.