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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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Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

Nothing short of a boilover, you’d have to say. The story is about the Cowboys, who are playing with both verve and steel at the most important part of the season. They’re genuinely getting better. Every plaudit you read about Michael Morgan this week will be deserved. It’s well worth forgetting about Johnathon Thurston for a brief second here - Morgan was every inch the superstar of tonight, and you can’t begrudge him his overwhelmingly deserved moment in the spotlight. He drove his team tonight - created nearly everything, kicked brilliantly, made huge tackles, and as they say, he iced the game with a composed field goal to finish off the Roosters.

Let’s deal with the Roosters. They seemed to play without any zip, drive, or enterprise - instead favouring a clinical approach that came up short. Could they have ad libbed a little more?

“It was disappointing to get that far and to...


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Read more: Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

Nothing short of a boilover, you’d have to say. The story is about the Cowboys, who are playing with both verve and steel at the most important part of the season. They’re genuinely getting better. Every plaudit you read about Michael Morgan this week will be deserved. It’s well worth forgetting about Johnathon Thurston for a brief second here - Morgan was every inch the superstar of tonight, and you can’t begrudge him his overwhelmingly deserved moment in the spotlight. He drove his team tonight - created nearly everything, kicked brilliantly, made huge tackles, and as they say, he iced the game with a composed field goal to finish off the Roosters.

Let’s deal with the Roosters. They seemed to play without any zip, drive, or enterprise - instead favouring a clinical approach that came up short. Could they have ad libbed a little more?

“It was disappointing to get that far and to...


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Read more: Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

Nothing short of a boilover, you’d have to say. The story is about the Cowboys, who are playing with both verve and steel at the most important part of the season. They’re genuinely getting better. Every plaudit you read about Michael Morgan this week will be deserved. It’s well worth forgetting about Johnathon Thurston for a brief second here - Morgan was every inch the superstar of tonight, and you can’t begrudge him his overwhelmingly deserved moment in the spotlight. He drove his team tonight - created nearly everything, kicked brilliantly, made huge tackles, and as they say, he iced the game with a composed field goal to finish off the Roosters.

Let’s deal with the Roosters. They seemed to play without any zip, drive, or enterprise - instead favouring a clinical approach that came up short. Could they have ad libbed a little more?

“It was disappointing to get that far and to...


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Read more: Cowboys beat Roosters in NRL preliminary final - as it happened - The Guardian

NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Read more: NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC...

NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Read more: NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC...

NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

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Read more: Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald
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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

Kaufusi: I would've loved to play for Tonga

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Read more: Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald
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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

Kaufusi: I would've loved to play for Tonga

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Read more: Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald
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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew Voss - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

Kaufusi: I would've loved to play for Tonga

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Jason Taumalolo reveals how he nearly left the North Queensland Cowboys - Newshub

North Queensland Cowboys enforcer Jason Taumalolo has revealed he came close to leaving the club following a feud with a former coach.

Disagreements with former Cowboys coach Neil Henry, along with the struggles of homesickness and stints in reserve grade nearly drove the Kiwis forward away.

It was the appointment of current coach Paul Green which ultimately kept Taumalolo at the Townsville-based club.

"There was a lot happening at the club, I was in and out of first grade, I wasn't really getting the opportunities that I thought I would be getting," says Taumalolo.

"I was close to leaving the club but they told me that we were getting a new coach in and they got Greeny (Paul Green) in.

"I had a meeting with him before preseason and he spoke about how excited he was to have me in his team and how he wanted to use me.

"From then on I haven't looked back."

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Johnathan Thurston tells North Queensland Cowboys to embrace grand final pain - Brisbane Times

His message at full-time was powerful, and resonated strongly throughout the Cowboys' playing squad.

Thurston will return to an already formidable-looking line up next year, alongside co-captain Matt Scott and Jordan McLean, who joins from the Storm.

He'll also reunite with Michael Morgan, who had a breakout season in Thurston's absence, steering the Cowboys into the grand final from eighth spot.

"People can pat us on the back and say we were courageous this year and did well to get where we got but the ultimate goal is to win a comp and we didn't do that," Morgan said.

Lachlan Coote and Johnathan Thurston of the Cowboys are greeted by fans at the Townsville Airport.

Lachlan Coote and Johnathan Thurston of the Cowboys are greeted by fans at the Townsville Airport.

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"To get here and play the way we did tonight, that's what's disappointing.

"No one else gave us a chance so we said during the week we were up there on our own and believing what we were doing."

Morgan will...


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North Queensland Cowboys in another NRL grand final after beating Sydney Roosters 29-16 at SFS - ABC Online

Kyle Feldt grounds the ball right in the corner as a number of Roosters defenders converge on him.

Once again, brilliance from Michael Morgan and a super finish by Kyle Feldt have rescued the Cowboys at finals time, sending them into another grand final.

Eighth-placed North Queensland upset the second-placed Roosters 29-16 at the Sydney Football Stadium to set up a grand final against minor premiers Melbourne.

Feldt, the man who scored the game-tying try in North Queensland's 2015 grand final win, produced another brilliant and pivotal finish on Saturday night, while Morgan, who threw the miraculous final pass two years ago, enjoyed a wire-to-wire masterclass.

The injury-riddled Cowboys hardly seemed to miss Johnathan Thurston, with Morgan's kicking, passing, running and tackling all at the highest possible level from start to finish.

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North Queensland Cowboys in another NRL grand final after beating Sydney Roosters 29-16 at SFS - ABC Online

Kyle Feldt grounds the ball right in the corner as a number of Roosters defenders converge on him.

Once again, brilliance from Michael Morgan and a super finish by Kyle Feldt have rescued the Cowboys at finals time, sending them into another grand final.

Eighth-placed North Queensland upset the second-placed Roosters 29-16 at the Sydney Football Stadium to set up a grand final against minor premiers Melbourne.

Feldt, the man who scored the game-tying try in North Queensland's 2015 grand final win, produced another brilliant and pivotal finish on Saturday night, while Morgan, who threw the miraculous final pass two years ago, enjoyed a wire-to-wire masterclass.

The injury-riddled Cowboys hardly seemed to miss Johnathan Thurston, with Morgan's kicking, passing, running and tackling all at the highest possible level from start to finish.

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North Queensland Cowboys in another NRL grand final after beating Sydney Roosters 29-16 at SFS - ABC Online

Kyle Feldt grounds the ball right in the corner as a number of Roosters defenders converge on him.

Once again, brilliance from Michael Morgan and a super finish by Kyle Feldt have rescued the Cowboys at finals time, sending them into another grand final.

Eighth-placed North Queensland upset the second-placed Roosters 29-16 at the Sydney Football Stadium to set up a grand final against minor premiers Melbourne.

Feldt, the man who scored the game-tying try in North Queensland's 2015 grand final win, produced another brilliant and pivotal finish on Saturday night, while Morgan, who threw the miraculous final pass two years ago, enjoyed a wire-to-wire masterclass.

The injury-riddled Cowboys hardly seemed to miss Johnathan Thurston, with Morgan's kicking, passing, running and tackling all at the highest possible level from start to finish.

External Link: Roosters v Cowboys...

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NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Read more: NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC...
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NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Read more: NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC...
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NRL grand final: North Queensland Cowboys recognised in cheeky Magnetic Island name change - ABC Online

The NRL team the North Queensland Cowboys' cheer squad stand in formation at the Magnetic Island ferry terminal

As the North Queensland Cowboys prepare for the National Rugby League (NRL) grand final, their home city of Townsville is buzzing with optimism.

Businesses and supporters proudly sport the team's colours and some retailers have sold out of blue, grey and yellow streamers.

Townsville City Council has shown its support for the team by cheekily dubbing nearby Magnetic Island 'Cowboys Island' in the lead up to the weekend's NRL clash.

"It could be forever if they win the premiership," joked Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill who will fly to Sydney to watch the game.

"In the north we do things differently, we value the Cowboys very much, we value the culture and the spirit that they represent."

Cr Hill also called on local residents to conceive a challenge for Melbourne Mayor Robert Doyle.

"I...


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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

Kaufusi: I would've loved to play for Tonga

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Read more: Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew ... - The Sydney Morning Herald
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Why North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt owes Andrew ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Kyle Feldt reckons he owes Andrew Voss a debt of gratitude. That all wingers do.

After years of campaigning, footy commentator Voss finally got his way midway through the 2010 season when the NRL changed the rules so that corner posts were no longer treated as touch-in-goal when players came in contact with them. The result is a slew of spectacular, acrobatic tries that had previously been disallowed over the course of more than a century.

Kaufusi: I would've loved to play for Tonga

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