Keep the kids stylish on game day with an 'I'm A Country Kid' graphic tee. Perfect for everyday wear and game day support, the t-shirt is navy in colour with white graphic text and is made from comfortable cotton/polyester blend fabric.
Country Rugby began its resurgence in the 1960s with the formation of the Toowoomba Rangers Rugby Club in 1963, which sparked the rise of the Risdon Cup competition in the Darling Downs region. The Gold Coast and Wide Bay Rugby Unions were formed in February 1965, and on the 16th May the first ever meeting of the Queensland Country Rugby Union (QCRU) was held in Warwick and attended by Darling Downs, Gold Coast and Wide Bay Unions. The first-ever Queensland Country representative team of the newly formed QCRU played its first match on June 12 1965 against Central Northern NSW at the Moree Showground. From there on Queensland Country Rugby has continued to produce some of the most well-known names in Queensland Rugby, including Sam Scott-Young (Townsville), Tim Horan (Darling Downs), Jason Little (Darling Downs), Garrick Morgan (Darling Downs) and Peter Grigg (Townsville).