The CQ NRL Bid has teamed up with leading Australian grain company Pentag-Nidera; today announcing an initiative called the CQ Pentag-Nidera Sports & Education Bursary.

Clermont’s William Mohr was today announced the first beneficiary of the new grassroots program. As a part of the bursary William Mohr’s parents will receive substantial financial assistance to go towards sports and educational costs incurred throughout the year.

CQ NRL Bid Business and Community Development Manager Walson Carlos said the bursary was an exciting initiative designed to assist a young rugby league player who lives on the land.

“Pentag-Nidera should be commended for their vision and commitment to this wonderful new initiative. Will Mohr is a player that we have been keeping a close eye on for a while and I know that this bursary will be a huge help to Will and his parents.”

Pentag-Nidera is a regionally focussed company that models itself as a “service solutions” business for the Australian grain trade.

The CQ NRL Bid has committed to assisting and enhancing grassroots rugby league in Central Queensland through a raft of programs.

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