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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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North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.
BRADLEY KANARIS/GETTY IMAGES

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.

North Queensland coach Paul Green has revealed Jake Granville played on in Friday night's NRL win over South Sydney with a broken leg after confirming the hooker would be sidelined for up to six weeks.

Green said Granville suffered the fracture with six minutes left in their 20-6 victory in Townsville but thought it was a cork.

"He finished the game with a broken leg," Green said.

"He thought he had a cork.

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"He's a tough guy. I think that is part of the reason why everyone loves playing with him."

Green will name a replacement hooker when he unveils his team for Saturday night's home clash with Wests Tigers on Tuesday.

The Cowboys mentor said Granville's replacement...


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Read more: North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

North Queensland Cowboys coach Paul Green says Johnathan Thurston injury not serious - Wide World of Sports

North Queensland coach Paul Green is hopeful Johnathan Thurston's calf injury isn't as bad as first thought, suggesting he is a chance of turning out for Australia next month.

Green said the club was still in the process of identifying the extent of Thurston's injury but was jovial when discussing the health of his captain on Monday night.

"When they told me that he'd done his calf, I didn't believe them because if you've seen JT with his socks off, there's not much there to hold him up," Green said on Fox Sports' NRL 360.

"He's got a slight muscle strain there. It's not too bad - hopefully we'll see him back on the paddock sooner rather than later."

Thurston's setback adds to a mounting injury toll that already includes Matt Scott (ACL), Jake Granville (leg), Antonio Winterstein (arm), and Lachlan Coote (calf).

North Queensland Cowboys' problems bigger than missing Johnathan Thurston - Courier Mail

DON’T blame this Cowboys collapse on the absence of Johnathan Thurston.

It is doubtful even his presence, as talismanic as it is, could have saved the bumbling, hot-and-cold Cowboys last night.

In one of the most bizarre games of the season, the Cowboys almost snatched a remarkable victory, defying the loss of Thurston to push the Dragons to the wire in a 28-22 thriller at WIN Stadium.

Watching from his living room, Thurston, nursing a calf injury, would have fallen off his couch as the Cowboys self-destructed to trail 28-4 at halftime.

The Cowboys endured an embarrassing first half against the Dragons at WIN Stadium. Picture: AAP

But just as the Cowboys were facing a 50-point slaughter, the visitors produced a stunning second-half resurrection, posting three tries in nine minutes to narrow the deficit to six points.

In the end, the Dragons held their nerve to maintain their place...


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Read more: North Queensland Cowboys' problems bigger than missing Johnathan Thurston - Courier Mail

Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga ... - Wide World of Sports

It's not the first time Kalyn Ponga has been in Newcastle's sights.

But Knights coach Nathan Brown says they will target the North Queensland fullback in Saturday's NRL clash in Townsville.

Newcastle have already signed NRL prodigy Ponga on a lucrative four-year deal from 2018.

Brown has zeroed in on the 18-year-old again ahead of their round-eight clash.

Brown said Ponga would receive the same attention as the likes of Billy Slater and Lachlan Coote despite his young age.


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Read more: Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga ... - Wide World of Sports

Future Knight Ponga stars for Cowboys - Courier Mail

KALYN Ponga was North Queensland’s saviour after Michael Morgan failed to fire in the No. 7 jersey as the Cowboys escaped with a 24-12 victory against the defiant Knights in Townsville.

Ponga will join Newcastle in 2018 on a multi-million dollar deal and he showed the Knights he will be a worthy investment with a double to save the Cowboys from embarrassment.

It was far from a polished performance by a North Queensland outfit missing 738 games of NRL experience in premiership players Johnathan Thurston, Matt Scott, Jake Granville and Lachlan Coote.

Despite their big-name omissions, the Cowboys had enough cattle on the paddock at 1300SMILES Stadium to account for a Newcastle side that has only won one of their past 26 matches.

THINGS WE LEARNED: Cowboys v Knights

Kalyn Ponga scored two tries against the Knights.

“They are massive wins for us,” Cowboys coach Paul Green said.

“It...


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Read more: Future Knight Ponga stars for Cowboys - Courier Mail

Kangaroos, North Queensland Cowboys sweat on Johnathan Thurston's fitness - Stuff.co.nz

North Queensland and the Kangaroos could be heading for a disagreement over Johnathan Thurston's return to the football ...
BRENDON THORNE/GETTY IMAGES.

North Queensland and the Kangaroos could be heading for a disagreement over Johnathan Thurston's return to the football field.

Australian selectors have their fingers crossed Johnathan Thurston will be fit to play New Zealand after North Queensland claimed they wouldn't rush the playmaker back from injury "just so he can play a test match".

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has been sweating on Thurston to overcome a two-week calf complaint before unveiling the national team on Wednesday for their May 5 trans-Tasman test in Canberra.

And he appeared to get good news when Thurston was named by the Cowboys for Friday night's NRL clash with Parramatta - albeit as 18th man.

North Queensland coach Paul Green made it clear on Tuesday that Thurston should be not be considered for the test against the Kiwis if he is not passed fit for the Eels clash.

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Read more: Kangaroos, North Queensland Cowboys sweat on Johnathan Thurston's fitness - Stuff.co.nz

Cowboys v Eels: Schick preview - NRL.COM

Schick Hydro Preview: North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels
1300SMILES Stadium
Saturday, 7.30pm (AEST)

The North Queensland Cowboys and the Parramatta Eels both have easy goals to identify, with the Cowboys eager to jump into the top four, while the Eels are sitting only one win from the top eight. 

The Cowboys will be anxiously awaiting the performance of halfback Johnathan Thurston in their final training session before the game, which will decide whether or not he plays in the Friday night clash. The Australian representative's addition to the team will be a huge boost to the Cowboys who have struggled in the last month, winning two from four. 

The Eels also have issues on the injury front, having named Kenny Edwards in the halves alongside Corey Norman after first pick Brad Takairangi was ruled out with an injury sustained in last week's win over the Penrith Panthers. 

‌Why...


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Read more: Cowboys v Eels: Schick preview - NRL.COM

North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels NRL Team News ... - Rippa.com

Parramatta Eels head north to Townsville looking to cause an upset when they take on North Queensland Cowboys at 1300Smiles Stadium on Friday night.

North Queensland Cowboys rediscovered the winning habit last weekend with a victory over the Newcastle Knights and could be boosted by the return of Johnathan Thurston on Friday night.

A calf injury has kept Thurston on the sidelines and the sixth-placed Cowboys have enjoyed mixed fortunes during the absence of their talisman.

Should be pass a late fitness test and make the starting line up in Townsville, it will be a boost to the hopes of victory for a Cowboys side which has stayed in touch with the leaders and boast a 5-3 record from the opening two months.

The Eels are bidding for a third straight win, and while the performances may not have caught the eye in successive wins over Wests Tigers and in the derby against Penrith...


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Read more: North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels NRL Team News ... - Rippa.com

North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.
BRADLEY KANARIS/GETTY IMAGES

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.

North Queensland coach Paul Green has revealed Jake Granville played on in Friday night's NRL win over South Sydney with a broken leg after confirming the hooker would be sidelined for up to six weeks.

Green said Granville suffered the fracture with six minutes left in their 20-6 victory in Townsville but thought it was a cork.

"He finished the game with a broken leg," Green said.

"He thought he had a cork.

READ MORE:
* Penrith skipper dropped for breach
* Cronk to make Sydney move
* Bulldogs re-sign Des Hasler
* Cleary confirmed as new coach

"He's a tough guy. I think that is part of the reason why everyone loves playing with him."

Green will name a replacement hooker when he unveils his team for Saturday night's home clash with Wests Tigers on Tuesday.

The Cowboys mentor said Granville's replacement...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

North Queensland Cowboys coach Paul Green says Johnathan Thurston injury not serious - Wide World of Sports

North Queensland coach Paul Green is hopeful Johnathan Thurston's calf injury isn't as bad as first thought, suggesting he is a chance of turning out for Australia next month.

Green said the club was still in the process of identifying the extent of Thurston's injury but was jovial when discussing the health of his captain on Monday night.

"When they told me that he'd done his calf, I didn't believe them because if you've seen JT with his socks off, there's not much there to hold him up," Green said on Fox Sports' NRL 360.

"He's got a slight muscle strain there. It's not too bad - hopefully we'll see him back on the paddock sooner rather than later."

Thurston's setback adds to a mounting injury toll that already includes Matt Scott (ACL), Jake Granville (leg), Antonio Winterstein (arm), and Lachlan Coote (calf).

Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga - again - Wide World of Sports

It's not the first time Kalyn Ponga has been in Newcastle's sights.

But Knights coach Nathan Brown says they will target the North Queensland fullback in Saturday's NRL clash in Townsville.

Newcastle have already signed NRL prodigy Ponga on a lucrative four-year deal from 2018.

Brown has zeroed in on the 18-year-old again ahead of their round-eight clash.

Brown said Ponga would receive the same attention as the likes of Billy Slater and Lachlan Coote despite his young age.


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Read more: Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga - again - Wide World of Sports

North Queensland Cowboys' problems bigger than missing Johnathan Thurston - Courier Mail

DON’T blame this Cowboys collapse on the absence of Johnathan Thurston.

It is doubtful even his presence, as talismanic as it is, could have saved the bumbling, hot-and-cold Cowboys last night.

In one of the most bizarre games of the season, the Cowboys almost snatched a remarkable victory, defying the loss of Thurston to push the Dragons to the wire in a 28-22 thriller at WIN Stadium.

Watching from his living room, Thurston, nursing a calf injury, would have fallen off his couch as the Cowboys self-destructed to trail 28-4 at halftime.

The Cowboys endured an embarrassing first half against the Dragons at WIN Stadium. Picture: AAP

But just as the Cowboys were facing a 50-point slaughter, the visitors produced a stunning second-half resurrection, posting three tries in nine minutes to narrow the deficit to six points.

In the end, the Dragons held their nerve to maintain their place...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: North Queensland Cowboys' problems bigger than missing Johnathan Thurston - Courier Mail

Kalyn Ponga gives Knights fans glimpse of what to expect in 2018 - Courier Mail

KALYN Ponga was North Queensland’s saviour after Michael Morgan failed to fire in the No. 7 jersey as the Cowboys escaped with a 24-12 victory against the defiant Knights in Townsville.

Ponga will join Newcastle in 2018 on a multi-million dollar deal and he showed the Knights he will be a worthy investment with a double to save the Cowboys from embarrassment.

It was far from a polished performance by a North Queensland outfit missing 738 games of NRL experience in premiership players Johnathan Thurston, Matt Scott, Jake Granville and Lachlan Coote.

Despite their big-name omissions, the Cowboys had enough cattle on the paddock at 1300SMILES Stadium to account for a Newcastle side that has only won one of their past 26 matches.

THINGS WE LEARNED: Cowboys v Knights

Kalyn Ponga scored two tries against the Knights.

“They are massive wins for us,” Cowboys coach Paul Green said.

“It...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: Kalyn Ponga gives Knights fans glimpse of what to expect in 2018 - Courier Mail

Kangaroos, North Queensland Cowboys sweat on Johnathan Thurston's fitness - Stuff.co.nz

North Queensland and the Kangaroos could be heading for a disagreement over Johnathan Thurston's return to the football ...
BRENDON THORNE/GETTY IMAGES.

North Queensland and the Kangaroos could be heading for a disagreement over Johnathan Thurston's return to the football field.

Australian selectors have their fingers crossed Johnathan Thurston will be fit to play New Zealand after North Queensland claimed they wouldn't rush the playmaker back from injury "just so he can play a test match".

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has been sweating on Thurston to overcome a two-week calf complaint before unveiling the national team on Wednesday for their May 5 trans-Tasman test in Canberra.

And he appeared to get good news when Thurston was named by the Cowboys for Friday night's NRL clash with Parramatta - albeit as 18th man.

North Queensland coach Paul Green made it clear on Tuesday that Thurston should be not be considered for the test against the Kiwis if he is not passed fit for the Eels clash.

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Read more: Kangaroos, North Queensland Cowboys sweat on Johnathan Thurston's fitness - Stuff.co.nz

Cowboys v Eels: Schick preview - NRL.COM

Schick Hydro Preview: North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels
1300SMILES Stadium
Saturday, 7.30pm (AEST)

The North Queensland Cowboys and the Parramatta Eels both have easy goals to identify, with the Cowboys eager to jump into the top four, while the Eels are sitting only one win from the top eight. 

The Cowboys will be anxiously awaiting the performance of halfback Johnathan Thurston in their final training session before the game, which will decide whether or not he plays in the Friday night clash. The Australian representative's addition to the team will be a huge boost to the Cowboys who have struggled in the last month, winning two from four. 

The Eels also have issues on the injury front, having named Kenny Edwards in the halves alongside Corey Norman after first pick Brad Takairangi was ruled out with an injury sustained in last week's win over the Penrith Panthers. 

‌Why...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: Cowboys v Eels: Schick preview - NRL.COM

North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels NRL Team News and Preview - Can Eels cause an upset? - Rippa.com

Parramatta Eels head north to Townsville looking to cause an upset when they take on North Queensland Cowboys at 1300Smiles Stadium on Friday night.

North Queensland Cowboys rediscovered the winning habit last weekend with a victory over the Newcastle Knights and could be boosted by the return of Johnathan Thurston on Friday night.

A calf injury has kept Thurston on the sidelines and the sixth-placed Cowboys have enjoyed mixed fortunes during the absence of their talisman.

Should be pass a late fitness test and make the starting line up in Townsville, it will be a boost to the hopes of victory for a Cowboys side which has stayed in touch with the leaders and boast a 5-3 record from the opening two months.

The Eels are bidding for a third straight win, and while the performances may not have caught the eye in successive wins over Wests Tigers and in the derby against Penrith...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: North Queensland Cowboys v Parramatta Eels NRL Team News and Preview - Can Eels cause an upset? -...

North Queensland Cowboys shoot down South Sydney Rabbitohs for fourth win - Stuff.co.nz

Gideon Gela-Mosby (left) celebrates after scoring a try with Cowboys teammate Lachlan Coote as North Queensland built a ...
IAN HITCHCOCK/GETTY IMAGES

Gideon Gela-Mosby (left) celebrates after scoring a try with Cowboys teammate Lachlan Coote as North Queensland built a 14-0 halftime lead.

North Queensland's fast start to the NRL season continued in Townsville as a composed Cowboys side accounted for South Sydney 20-6.

The battle between the 2014 and 2015 premiers never reached any great heights but North Queensland were by far the better side and improved to 4-1 for the season.

Souths went toe-for-toe with the Cowboys early but were unable to match it with Johnathan Thurston's side and they never seriously threatened after trailing 14-0 at the break.

Angus Crichton of the Rabbitohs is sandwiched in the tackle by Gavin Cooper and Ethan Lowe of the Cowboys.
IAN HITCHCOCK/GETTY IMAGES

Angus Crichton of the Rabbitohs is sandwiched in the tackle by Gavin Cooper and Ethan Lowe of the Cowboys.

Cowboys coach Paul Green was impressed with how his team handled the physically demanding conditions.

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Read more: North Queensland Cowboys shoot down South Sydney Rabbitohs for fourth win - Stuff.co.nz

North Queensland Cowboys coach Paul Green says Johnathan Thurston injury not serious - Wide World of Sports

North Queensland coach Paul Green is hopeful Johnathan Thurston's calf injury isn't as bad as first thought, suggesting he is a chance of turning out for Australia next month.

Green said the club was still in the process of identifying the extent of Thurston's injury but was jovial when discussing the health of his captain on Monday night.

"When they told me that he'd done his calf, I didn't believe them because if you've seen JT with his socks off, there's not much there to hold him up," Green said on Fox Sports' NRL 360.

"He's got a slight muscle strain there. It's not too bad - hopefully we'll see him back on the paddock sooner rather than later."

Thurston's setback adds to a mounting injury toll that already includes Matt Scott (ACL), Jake Granville (leg), Antonio Winterstein (arm), and Lachlan Coote (calf).

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North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.
BRADLEY KANARIS/GETTY IMAGES

Jake Granville finished the game with a broken leg.

North Queensland coach Paul Green has revealed Jake Granville played on in Friday night's NRL win over South Sydney with a broken leg after confirming the hooker would be sidelined for up to six weeks.

Green said Granville suffered the fracture with six minutes left in their 20-6 victory in Townsville but thought it was a cork.

"He finished the game with a broken leg," Green said.

"He thought he had a cork.

READ MORE:
* Penrith skipper dropped for breach
* Cronk to make Sydney move
* Bulldogs re-sign Des Hasler
* Cleary confirmed as new coach

"He's a tough guy. I think that is part of the reason why everyone loves playing with him."

Green will name a replacement hooker when he unveils his team for Saturday night's home clash with Wests Tigers on Tuesday.

The Cowboys mentor said Granville's replacement...


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: North Queensland Cowboys' Jake Granville out with broken leg - Stuff.co.nz

Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga - again - Wide World of Sports

It's not the first time Kalyn Ponga has been in Newcastle's sights.

But Knights coach Nathan Brown says they will target the North Queensland fullback in Saturday's NRL clash in Townsville.

Newcastle have already signed NRL prodigy Ponga on a lucrative four-year deal from 2018.

Brown has zeroed in on the 18-year-old again ahead of their round-eight clash.

Brown said Ponga would receive the same attention as the likes of Billy Slater and Lachlan Coote despite his young age.


Read full article on NRL GN NorthQueenslandCowboys


Read more: Newcastle Knights target North Queensland Cowboys' No.1 Ponga - again - Wide World of Sports



Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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Sunday Mostly sunny 15° - 26°

 

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Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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