Brent Tate remains a Cowboys until 2014

Queensland State of Origin winger Brent Tate has become the latest North Queensland Toyota Cowboys representative star to extend his contract at the NRL club.

Tate today agreed to a one-year extension, keeping him at the Cowboys until the end of the 2014 season.

The 31-year-old has played 42 games for the club since joining at the end of 2010 and earlier this season reached the 200-game milestone in his NRL career.

His extension follows the re-signing of co-captains Johnathan Thurston and Matthew Scott, as well as Test and Origin prop James Tamou, centre Kane Linnett and halfback Michael Morgan.

“The Cowboys are a great club and one I wanted to remain part of for a little longer,” Tate said today.

“They were very supportive through my tough times early on and I’m keen to keep contributing for as long as I can.

“My family also really enjoys living in North Queensland so it’s great we’ve been able to come to an agreement on at least one more year.”

 Cowboys general manager – football Peter Parr said Tate’s positive influence on the club extended beyond his on-field feats.

“He’s part of our leadership group and a great example to our young blokes on what being a professional footballer is all about,” Parr said.

“Tatey’s one of the best outside backs in the game and as well as being a regular in our starting team, he’s also able to mentor our younger players who are trying to reach the high levels he has.”

Queensland State of Origin winger Brent Tate has become the latest North Queensland Toyota Cowboys representative star to extend his contract at the NRL club.
Tate today agreed to a one-year extension, keeping him at the Cowboys until the end of the 2014 season.
The 31-year-old has played 42 games for the club since joining at the end of 2010 and earlier this season reached the 200-game milestone in his NRL career.
His extension follows the re-signing of co-captains Johnathan Thurston and Matthew Scott, as well as Test and Origin prop James Tamou, centre Kane Linnett and halfback Michael Morgan.
“The Cowboys are a great club and one I wanted to remain part of for a little longer,” Tate said today.
“They were very supportive through my tough times early on and I’m keen to keep contributing for as long as I can.
“My family also really enjoys living in North Queensland so it’s great we’ve been able to come to an agreement on at least one more year.”
 Cowboys general manager – football Peter Parr said Tate’s positive influence on the club extended beyond his on-field feats.
“He’s part of our leadership group and a great example to our young blokes on what being a professional footballer is all about,” Parr said.
“Tatey’s one of the best outside backs in the game and as well as being a regular in our starting team, he’s also able to mentor our younger players who are trying to reach the high levels he has.”
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