He said last week's match was a good showing for the club.
'As I said, I either win or learn and we'll learn from this and move forward.'
This year there were more than 350 volunteers who took part in the event.
When Ms Spadina was told of the sighting, she promptly reported it.
The rodeo is set to begin at 7pm.
Now playing A-grade, Jesse said it was a great feeling to compete alongside his brother Bailey.
Competitors of different ages will take part in the rodeo, including youngsters on mini bulls, an open event and a seniors event for those aged 40 and older.
The Queensland Working Dog Trials will be held in the centre ring from 9am.
The gates will open today at Maryborough Showgrounds at 9am.
Audrey McInnes spent weeks luring the cats out of the drain after a friend driving by alerted her to their presence.
Coming from Newcastle in New South Wales, Carlie completed an arts degree before moving to the Fraser Coast. She has been with the Chronicle since 2007.