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The North Queensland Cowboys are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from Townsville, Queensland. They compete in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. The Cowboys were admitted to the premiership for the 1995 ARL season and played in the Super League competition in 1997 before continuing to compete in the current National Rugby League competition since 1998.

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NRL 2017: Scott Bolton re-signs with North Queensland Cowboys for two seasons - Fox Sports

VETERAN North Queensland prop Scott Bolton has been rewarded for stepping up in Matt Scott’s absence, re-signing with the NRL club for another two seasons.

Bolton, 30, inked a new deal that will keep him at the Cowboys until the end of the 2019 season after emerging as an on-field leader in Test prop Scott’s absence.

Bolton is considered a Queensland State of Origin game two bolter after impressing since Scott suffered a season-ending knee injury in March.

He has found a new lease of life in his 11th NRL season after making his debut with the Cowboys as a 19-year-old in 2007.

Local product Bolton has played 190 games for North Queensland.


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Michael Morgan stars as North Queensland Cowboys ease to victory over Gold Coast Titans - The Sydney Morning Herald

Maroons utility Michael Morgan helped put the disappointment of a State of Origin opening loss behind him by guiding North Queensland to a much-needed 20-8 home NRL win on Saturday night over Gold Coast.

With Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston still sidelined, Townsville junior Morgan played arguably his best game of the season, the halfback bagging a try and impressing with his kicking game all night.

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North Queensland Cowboys thump Parramatta Eels 32-6 in Darwin - Newshub

A masterclass from returning superstar Johnathan Thurston has led North Queensland to a 32-6 NRL thumping of Parramatta in Darwin.   

Thurston, in his first game in more than a month since a shoulder injury, had a hand in four of the Cowboys' five tries on Saturday night in front of 11,968 fans at GIO Stadium.    

A week-and-a-half out from State of Origin II, it was a performance that would have sent nerves through the NSW camp and put a smile on the face of Queensland coach Kevin Walters who watched on from the commentary box.     

After setting up a 14-0 halftime lead with two pinpoint kicks for Kyle Feldt's double, he iced the game early in the second half.      

First, he dummied to Maroons hopeful Coen Hess and stepped through the line for an all-too-easy four-pointer before sending the towering Cowboys' forward over in the 53rd minute.            

Hess also made another...


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Melbourne Storm's young guns topple the North Queensland Cowboys in a thriller - The Sydney Morning Herald

In some lights Brodie Croft looks the perfect clone of Melbourne Storm half-back Cooper Cronk and on Saturday night Croft echoed his mentor's heroics with a match-winning drop goal.

Croft was the architect of the Storm's second half comeback against North Queensland Cowboys at AAMI Park and with two kicks he set up a golden-point win, putting a kick in-goal to earn the Storm an extra set then slotting a drop-goal from 30 metres out to win it.

Brodie Croft is swamped by his Melbourne Storm teammates after kicking the winning goal against the Cowboys. Brodie Croft is swamped by his Melbourne Storm teammates after kicking the winning goal against the Cowboys. Photo: Getty Images

The top-of-the-ladder Storm scored three tries between the 52nd and 60th minutes to snatch the lead but Kane Linnett's try with two minutes left made for a nervous finish; a penalty on Nelson Asofa-Solomona 40 metres out gave Kyle Feldt a chance to force extra time, which he took.

In extra time, Lachlan Coote shanked...


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Melbourne Storm face halfback questions ahead of North Queensland Cowboys clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm face a difficult decision on naming Ryley Jacks or Brodie Croft at halfback against North Queensland Cowboys at AAMI Park on Saturday.

With star playmaker Cooper Cronk among the Storm players at Queensland's State of Origin camp, Jacks was believed to be the first choice after playing well in the position against Cronulla Sharks last round.

Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three. Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three.  Photo: Getty Images

Bellamy cast a little doubt on whether Jacks will face the Cowboys due to struggling with soreness following his 80-minute display against the Sharks.

Croft, 19, and Jacks, 25, are inexperienced playmakers but both have shown they are capable with Jacks playing nine games this season, mostly at five-eighth, and Croft playing a game last year.

Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament. Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament.  Photo: Getty Images

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Johnathan Thurston ruled out of North Queensland Cowboys game after State Of Origin injury - ABC Online

Johnathan Thurston shrieks after winning Origin II for Queensland

Johnathan Thurston has unsurprisingly been left out of what was supposed to be his 300th NRL game as the club awaits scans on the shoulder he injured in State Of Origin II.

Thurston missed Game I with a shoulder ailment and only played one club game before Wednesday night's second clash.

He then carried a busted right wing for most of the match after a first-half collision with Tyson Frizell and has been ruled out of North Queensland's side to face Penrith on Saturday.

Despite the injury, he managed to lead the Maroons to a series-levelling 18-16 win in Sydney, but his chances of an Origin swansong in the decider at Lang Park are under a serious cloud.

The Maroons' Johnathan Thurston lines up the winning conversion for Queensland against NSW in State of Origin Game II

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North Queensland Cowboys edge Penrith Panthers 14-12 in NRL thriller - Newshub

A last-minute sideline conversion from second rower Ethan Lowe has helped North Queensland escape with a thrilling 14-12 victory over Penrith in Townsville on Saturday.            

Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt handed his side a chance to steal a win after flying high to take a spectacular catch for a 78th minute try and part-time goal kicker Lowe made no mistake to hand his side a much-needed win days after the club lost star halfback Johnathan Thurston for the season.

Cowboys forward John Asiata was denied what would have been the first try of his 65-game career in the opening minutes before Penrith made the most of some soft defence when Matt Moylan put second rower Corey Harawira-Naera over untouched for the game's opening try.

Errors continued to hurt the Cowboys and they were severely lacking the direction normally provided by Thurston but Penrith were also guilty of silly errors...


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Kyle Laybutt will turn to Johnathan Thurston for help as he looks to lead North Queensland towards the finals - Courier Mail

ROOKIE Cowboys playmaker Kyle Laybutt will turn to Johnathan Thurston for help as he fights to prove he is the man replace the North Queensland legend.

Laybutt has played the past two games for the Cowboys but is under pressure to keep his spot in the halves following the arrival of Te Maire Martin in Townsville.

The Cowboys snared Martin from Penrith to provide playmaking cover and it has proven to be an astute signing after Thurston’s season was ended by a shoulder injury suffered in Origin II.

Martin, a former Kiwis Test representative, was a highly-rated under-20s talent who failed to kick on at the foot of the Blue Mountains, managing just 13 NRL appearances.

But he is in the frame to make his debut for the Cowboys in Canberra on Saturday after coach Paul Green refused to guarantee Laybutt’s position in the team.

Green must find a solution to partner Michael Morgan for the...


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North Queensland slam NRL over scheduling of final-round game against Brisbane - Courier Mail

COWBOYS officials have slammed the scheduling of their final-round blockbuster against the Broncos, with the Thursday night game not expected to be a drawcard for out-of-town fans.

On Monday the NRL released the draw for the final six rounds of the season, which includes the highly anticipated showdown between North Queensland and their fierce rivals from Brisbane.

However, the Cowboys were left shocked when it was revealed they would host the Broncos on a Thursday night, making it near-impossible for a lot of fans outside of Townsville to come to the match.

CEO Greg Tonner said the club thought the game would be held in the Friday night 7:50pm slot, which is the second best option for their fans outside of Saturday matches.

He said they are now instead expecting a huge chunk of the crowd to be missing.

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North Queensland Cowboys thump Parramatta Eels 32-6 in Darwin - Newshub

A masterclass from returning superstar Johnathan Thurston has led North Queensland to a 32-6 NRL thumping of Parramatta in Darwin.   

Thurston, in his first game in more than a month since a shoulder injury, had a hand in four of the Cowboys' five tries on Saturday night in front of 11,968 fans at GIO Stadium.    

A week-and-a-half out from State of Origin II, it was a performance that would have sent nerves through the NSW camp and put a smile on the face of Queensland coach Kevin Walters who watched on from the commentary box.     

After setting up a 14-0 halftime lead with two pinpoint kicks for Kyle Feldt's double, he iced the game early in the second half.      

First, he dummied to Maroons hopeful Coen Hess and stepped through the line for an all-too-easy four-pointer before sending the towering Cowboys' forward over in the 53rd minute.            

Hess also made another...


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NRL 2017: Scott Bolton re-signs with North Queensland Cowboys for two seasons - Fox Sports

VETERAN North Queensland prop Scott Bolton has been rewarded for stepping up in Matt Scott’s absence, re-signing with the NRL club for another two seasons.

Bolton, 30, inked a new deal that will keep him at the Cowboys until the end of the 2019 season after emerging as an on-field leader in Test prop Scott’s absence.

Bolton is considered a Queensland State of Origin game two bolter after impressing since Scott suffered a season-ending knee injury in March.

He has found a new lease of life in his 11th NRL season after making his debut with the Cowboys as a 19-year-old in 2007.

Local product Bolton has played 190 games for North Queensland.


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Read more: NRL 2017: Scott Bolton re-signs with North Queensland Cowboys for two seasons - Fox Sports
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Melbourne Storm's young guns topple the North Queensland Cowboys in a thriller - The Sydney Morning Herald

In some lights Brodie Croft looks the perfect clone of Melbourne Storm half-back Cooper Cronk and on Saturday night Croft echoed his mentor's heroics with a match-winning drop goal.

Croft was the architect of the Storm's second half comeback against North Queensland Cowboys at AAMI Park and with two kicks he set up a golden-point win, putting a kick in-goal to earn the Storm an extra set then slotting a drop-goal from 30 metres out to win it.

Brodie Croft is swamped by his Melbourne Storm teammates after kicking the winning goal against the Cowboys. Brodie Croft is swamped by his Melbourne Storm teammates after kicking the winning goal against the Cowboys. Photo: Getty Images

The top-of-the-ladder Storm scored three tries between the 52nd and 60th minutes to snatch the lead but Kane Linnett's try with two minutes left made for a nervous finish; a penalty on Nelson Asofa-Solomona 40 metres out gave Kyle Feldt a chance to force extra time, which he took.

In extra time, Lachlan Coote shanked...


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Melbourne Storm face halfback questions ahead of North Queensland Cowboys clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm face a difficult decision on naming Ryley Jacks or Brodie Croft at halfback against North Queensland Cowboys at AAMI Park on Saturday.

With star playmaker Cooper Cronk among the Storm players at Queensland's State of Origin camp, Jacks was believed to be the first choice after playing well in the position against Cronulla Sharks last round.

Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three. Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three.  Photo: Getty Images

Bellamy cast a little doubt on whether Jacks will face the Cowboys due to struggling with soreness following his 80-minute display against the Sharks.

Croft, 19, and Jacks, 25, are inexperienced playmakers but both have shown they are capable with Jacks playing nine games this season, mostly at five-eighth, and Croft playing a game last year.

Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament. Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament.  Photo: Getty Images

Jacks will get the...


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North Queensland Cowboys edge Penrith Panthers 14-12 in NRL thriller - Newshub

A last-minute sideline conversion from second rower Ethan Lowe has helped North Queensland escape with a thrilling 14-12 victory over Penrith in Townsville on Saturday.            

Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt handed his side a chance to steal a win after flying high to take a spectacular catch for a 78th minute try and part-time goal kicker Lowe made no mistake to hand his side a much-needed win days after the club lost star halfback Johnathan Thurston for the season.

Cowboys forward John Asiata was denied what would have been the first try of his 65-game career in the opening minutes before Penrith made the most of some soft defence when Matt Moylan put second rower Corey Harawira-Naera over untouched for the game's opening try.

Errors continued to hurt the Cowboys and they were severely lacking the direction normally provided by Thurston but Penrith were also guilty of silly errors...


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Johnathan Thurston ruled out of North Queensland Cowboys game after State Of Origin injury - ABC Online

Johnathan Thurston shrieks after winning Origin II for Queensland

Johnathan Thurston has unsurprisingly been left out of what was supposed to be his 300th NRL game as the club awaits scans on the shoulder he injured in State Of Origin II.

Thurston missed Game I with a shoulder ailment and only played one club game before Wednesday night's second clash.

He then carried a busted right wing for most of the match after a first-half collision with Tyson Frizell and has been ruled out of North Queensland's side to face Penrith on Saturday.

Despite the injury, he managed to lead the Maroons to a series-levelling 18-16 win in Sydney, but his chances of an Origin swansong in the decider at Lang Park are under a serious cloud.

The Maroons' Johnathan Thurston lines up the winning conversion for Queensland against NSW in State of Origin Game II

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North Queensland slam NRL over scheduling of final-round game against Brisbane - Courier Mail

COWBOYS officials have slammed the scheduling of their final-round blockbuster against the Broncos, with the Thursday night game not expected to be a drawcard for out-of-town fans.

On Monday the NRL released the draw for the final six rounds of the season, which includes the highly anticipated showdown between North Queensland and their fierce rivals from Brisbane.

However, the Cowboys were left shocked when it was revealed they would host the Broncos on a Thursday night, making it near-impossible for a lot of fans outside of Townsville to come to the match.

CEO Greg Tonner said the club thought the game would be held in the Friday night 7:50pm slot, which is the second best option for their fans outside of Saturday matches.

He said they are now instead expecting a huge chunk of the crowd to be missing.

SAVE THE DATE: Every NRL club’s run to the finals

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Read more: North Queensland slam NRL over scheduling of final-round game against Brisbane - Courier Mail
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Kyle Laybutt will turn to Johnathan Thurston for help as he looks to lead North Queensland towards the finals - Courier Mail

ROOKIE Cowboys playmaker Kyle Laybutt will turn to Johnathan Thurston for help as he fights to prove he is the man replace the North Queensland legend.

Laybutt has played the past two games for the Cowboys but is under pressure to keep his spot in the halves following the arrival of Te Maire Martin in Townsville.

The Cowboys snared Martin from Penrith to provide playmaking cover and it has proven to be an astute signing after Thurston’s season was ended by a shoulder injury suffered in Origin II.

Martin, a former Kiwis Test representative, was a highly-rated under-20s talent who failed to kick on at the foot of the Blue Mountains, managing just 13 NRL appearances.

But he is in the frame to make his debut for the Cowboys in Canberra on Saturday after coach Paul Green refused to guarantee Laybutt’s position in the team.

Green must find a solution to partner Michael Morgan for the...


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NRL 2017: Scott Bolton re-signs with North Queensland Cowboys for two seasons - Fox Sports

VETERAN North Queensland prop Scott Bolton has been rewarded for stepping up in Matt Scott’s absence, re-signing with the NRL club for another two seasons.

Bolton, 30, inked a new deal that will keep him at the Cowboys until the end of the 2019 season after emerging as an on-field leader in Test prop Scott’s absence.

Bolton is considered a Queensland State of Origin game two bolter after impressing since Scott suffered a season-ending knee injury in March.

He has found a new lease of life in his 11th NRL season after making his debut with the Cowboys as a 19-year-old in 2007.

Local product Bolton has played 190 games for North Queensland.


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Read more: NRL 2017: Scott Bolton re-signs with North Queensland Cowboys for two seasons - Fox Sports
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Michael Morgan stars as North Queensland Cowboys ease to victory over Gold Coast Titans - The Sydney Morning Herald

Maroons utility Michael Morgan helped put the disappointment of a State of Origin opening loss behind him by guiding North Queensland to a much-needed 20-8 home NRL win on Saturday night over Gold Coast.

With Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston still sidelined, Townsville junior Morgan played arguably his best game of the season, the halfback bagging a try and impressing with his kicking game all night.

Ben Roberts' clanger for Castleford

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Melbourne Storm face halfback questions ahead of North Queensland Cowboys clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm face a difficult decision on naming Ryley Jacks or Brodie Croft at halfback against North Queensland Cowboys at AAMI Park on Saturday.

With star playmaker Cooper Cronk among the Storm players at Queensland's State of Origin camp, Jacks was believed to be the first choice after playing well in the position against Cronulla Sharks last round.

Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three. Ryley Jacks scores a try against Brisbane in round three.  Photo: Getty Images

Bellamy cast a little doubt on whether Jacks will face the Cowboys due to struggling with soreness following his 80-minute display against the Sharks.

Croft, 19, and Jacks, 25, are inexperienced playmakers but both have shown they are capable with Jacks playing nine games this season, mostly at five-eighth, and Croft playing a game last year.

Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament. Brodie Croft was one of the stars of the Auckland Nines tournament.  Photo: Getty Images

Jacks will get the...


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Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764


 

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