There is just one week left to help Queensland Rugby League’s Outback teams find their identity.
The hunt for a Queensland Outback logo launched in May and with a number of submissions already made, those creatives who want to pitch forward a potential emblem have until July 26 to do so.
Queensland Outback league and club coordinator Peter Rafter has put out a final call for entries, encouraging people far and wide to take part, whether they create the design themselves or just want to put their ideas into words.
"The quality of entries we have so far is unbelievable, very high quality," Rafter said.
"But we are keen to still see more.
"I spoke to the Outback kids at the Rees Orman City Country Cultural Exchange and they’re very excited about the idea and the opportunity to vote for the winner.
"They’re looking forward to having something to attach their identity to."
Rafter will also talk to the players at this weekend's Queensland Outback v North Queensland United clash in Roma, in a bid to spread the news further and encourage more entries and ideas.
Once entries close on Tuesday, July 26, Rafter will send the submissions to the Queensland Outback Advisory Committee, who will then select the finalists.
The kids from the junior Outback teams will vote for the eventual winner.
The final design will not only be featured on all gear from 2023, but the winner will receive a signed Queensland Maroons State of Origin jersey.
To enter, submit your idea or design to Peter Rafter via email by Tuesday, July 26.
Full entry details
A design for the Queensland Outback Rugby League emblem.
It can be a drawing, sketch, design, written idea – however you want to present it. For those submitting a professional entry, please use EPS format.
How to submit
Email your design or idea to email@example.com with a few sentences explaining how the logo would relate to the Outback and how you came up with the idea. Please also include your name, age and contact details.
Tuesday, July 26, 2022