Whitsundays Coast Tour 2017

Since Cyclone Debbie in March 2017, the Proserpine/Whitsundays Coast has found it hard to get back up on their feet. That is when the Bulls Masters headed to the region for a tour thanks to the Queensland Government. The Bulls Masters visited over 350 Kids at Schools across Airlie Beach, Bowen & Proserpine. We then played a free T20 Match in Proserpine where we defeated the Whitsundays Allstars Xl then continued on to The Reef Gateway Hotel in Cannonvale for a Sportsmans Evening Featuring Ian Healy, Lee Carseldine & Ex Bronco Andrew Gee. This was also a free event supported by XXXX.

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