The Gatton Star has four footballs signed by rugby league legends Alfie Langer and Sam Thaiday to give away to readers. Pictured with the footies are Star reporters Kerry O'Neill, Tom Threadingham and (front) Sarah Fleming.
The Gatton Star has four footballs signed by rugby league legends Alfie Langer and Sam Thaiday to give away to readers. Pictured with the footies are Star reporters Kerry O'Neill, Tom Threadingham and (front) Sarah Fleming.

Win a footy signed by legends!

IN the lead up to the FOGS Indigenous Employment and Careers Expo in Toowoomba next week the Gatton Star has four Indigenous All Stars footballs, signed by Sam Thaiday and Allan Langer, up for grabs for readers.

For your chance to win one of the signed footballs keep an eye on the Gatton Star's Facebook page by clicking HERE and whenever there is a shout out about the footy comp, if you're the first to 'like' the status, a footy is yours.

The promotion will only run over the next couple of days so keep a close eye on the Star's Facebook page.

A number of Queensland origin greats will make the trek to Toowoomba next Wednesday, September 14 for the city's inaugural FOGS Indigenous Employment and Careers Expo.

The free event will not only provide great career ideas and prospects but also an opportunity to get up close and personal with nine high profile, past and present, Queensland Origin players including Gene Miles, Allan Langer, Steve Walters, Gary Belcher, Scott Prince, Colin Scott, Arthur Beetson, Ashley Harrison and Sam Backo.

The expo, a joint initiative between FOGS (Former Origin Greats) and the Australian Government, will have a range of exhibitors on the day promoting employment, education, and training opportunities for indigenous job seekers and school leavers. 

The careers expo has already been held in Cairns, Mackay, Mount Isa, Rockhampton, and Townsville this year with Toowoomba a new addition to the series.


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