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Action from last year's Murri Carnival in Ipswich

IPSWICH is gearing up for a huge week of rugby league with two prestigious events taking place in the city during the week.

As well as hosting the Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts grand finals at North Ipswich Reserve on Sunday, the city will also see a number of talented footballers converge on the area for the annual Murri Rugby League Carnival, starting today.

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A drug and alcohol free event, the Murri Rugby League Carnival is a four-day event for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander Queensland rugby league teams run by the Arthur Beeson Foundation.

Amongst its many aims, Murri Rugby League lists raising the representation of Indigenous players within the game and providing structure in a drug and alcohol free environment for players to have the opportunity to develop a direction into representation at a national level as its goals.

With competitions for Open Men, Under 15 Boys and Open Women there is guaranteed to be great games played every day.

The official draw for the Carnival was be conducted last night and the daily draw can be found on the Murri Carnival website here:

The Carnival will be held at the Briggs Road Sporting Complex in Ipswich from September 26 September 29.

For more information visit the Murri Rugby League website or Facebook sites: