Young sup­port­ers pass on good ad­vice

Townsville Bulletin - - NEWS - DOMANII CAMERON

THERE was cheer­ing and tears of pride as a huge crowd wel­comed the Cow­boys back to Townsville Air­port – but the wis­est words of ad­vice came from the youngest fans.

Chelsea Mee­han, 8, was able to catch most of the game from her Kir­wan home af­ter her mum’s shout­ing from the liv­ing room woke her up.

“They can still win with­out JT,” she said.

“If they all work to­gether they can be­come one full JT.

“If they stay true to them­selves and don’t play dirty they can win.”

Brae By­ron, 7 from Bush­land Beach said he was sure his favourite team could make it to the NRL grand fi­nal.

De­naya Car­ney, 14, said she had backed the Cow­boys all sea­son. “No one counted them in, they all said Para­matta would win,” she said.

“We watched it from home, it was crazy, the house was mad. We beat Par­ra­matta, we can beat any­one.”

The Schu­bert fam­ily from Mund­ing­burra were proudly wear­ing home- made bal­loon hats in blue, white and yel­low.

“We came down ( to the air­port) last week to see them,” Ch­eryl Schu­bert said.

“We’re all con­fi­dent they can make it through to the grand fi­nal. Ev­ery step they make will get them fur­ther.”

TRUE BE­LIEV­ERS: De­naya, Scar­lette and Jorja Car­ney.

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