The JCU Townsville Fire commenced an Ambassador program in 2014/15 and the club has enjoyed sustained success during this period. The Ambassadors reflect the club’s ethos of providing positive, healthy role models to the North Queensland community.

Karrie Webb


The seven-time major winner is a born and bred North Queenslander who has accumulated 57 wins across the globe including 41 on the LPGA Tour – the most of any active player – and is an inductee in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

“I’m a big North Queensland fan and I follow all the teams in North Queensland, and the Fire being the only professional women’s team, obviously I’m very interested and proud to be a part of it.”

Twitter: @Karrie_Webb
Instagram: @Karrie_Webb

Joined as an Ambassador in 2014.

Michael Morgan


Australian, Queensland and North Queensland Cowboys playmaker Michael Morgan is the latest Ambassador to join the JCU Townsville Fire. Born and raised in Townsville, the Cowboys star is one of the NRL’s brightest prospects and became a fan favourite after playing a key role in the club’s maiden premiership victory.

“I’m a proud Townsville person and it’s great that there is a pathway for young females to follow their dreams and play at the highest level in the WNBL. The Fire has done so well in recent season – they’re a successful sporting club in their own right – and it’s great that we have another national team in the city that we can support.”

Twitter: @MichaelMorgan00
Instagram: @MMorgan91

Joined as an Ambassador in 2016.

Jade Holland


One of Australia’s most exciting country music artists, Jade Holland, has become synonymous with the music scene in Townsville. Having recently released her debut album Leather & Les Paul, Holland has enjoyed strong chart success and is looking forward to her relationship with the Fire.

“I like to be able to give back to my community and the Fire do a great job in Townsville. They’re wonderful role models for young women and I’m glad that I can assist them as an Ambassador.”

Twitter: @JadeHolland89
Instagram: @JadeHollandMusic

Joined as an Ambassador in 2016.

Glenn Hall


Having enjoyed a decorated NRL career, Hall is now the Elite Pathways Manager at the North Queensland Cowboys. A premiership and World Club Challenge winner with Manly, Hall played 220 NRL games – as well as a stint with the Bradford Bulls in the UK Super League – and was named the Cowboys’ clubman of the year in 2015.

“As the only professional women’s sporting team in the norther half of Australia, it’s important that people have positive, female role models to look up to and they do a great job on and off the court.”

Joined as an Ambassador in 2014.