This season, the Border Bears had its largest numbers of players chosen for representative football.
Jack Evans made the Warwick and District under 14s and played for the Southwest Mustangs at the recent state carnival in Kawana Waters.
As a result of his efforts, Jack has been invited to join the Elite Player Development Program for the Brisbane Broncos training squad, comprised of about 20 boys aged 13-16.
Jack attends squad training in Toowoomba every six weeks and follows a training program to further develop his speed, core strength, and power.
Geoff Swan, Lewis Whitton, Will Evans, Chaney Rhodes, Ethan Graham and Fraser Saccon were represented in the under 43 kg McIntyre side that played a week-long carnival at Miles.
The McIntyre side had a very successful carnival under coach David Landers, coming equal second.
Will Evans received the player of the carnival award.
Corey Tonkin made the Under 13s Warwick and district side, and Tyler Sargeant played in the under 35kg McIntyre side for a week-long carnival at Charleville
Tyler represented the McIntyre team well and was also picked to play in the East versus West match in which four players out of each team were chosen to form the teams.
The Bears travel to Warwick this weekend.
All players are encouraged to attend training.