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Maroons CityCat hits the Brisbane River

The Queensland Maroons CityCat has hit the Brisbane River for the first time and it looks mighty fine - if we do say so ourselves. 

The Mooroolbin CityCat, one of Brisbane City Council's fleet of 22, is now gloriously gliding along the "the brown snake" for all to ride on and see. 

Queensland Rugby League creative and design lead Callan Jones said the idea was to acknowledge Maroons legends - both men and women equally - to "showcase the Maroons brand in its entirety". 

"Basically we split the outside of the City Cat in half - one side has the men's brand and the other has the women's," Jones said.

"On the front we have the words 'united in Maroon', binding the two together."

QRL chairman Bruce Hatcher, whose balcony overlooks the Brisbane River, said he was thrilled to see the "schmick" Maroons CityCat on the water. 

"I think it's fantastic," Hatcher said. 

"It was something that was missing from my landscape here at home and I take great pleasure in seeing it there now, going past. 

"The presentation is first class and it goes without saying, the colour is good."

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Queensland Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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