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Cowboy Matt Sing is reconsidering his impending retirement from representative rugby league following last week's announcement that he was among Queensland's greatest 25 Origin players. The 30-year-old winger is due to tell the Australian Rugby League by sometime tomorrow whether he plans to continue his availability for rep teams.
Time is of the essence though, with Australian selectors set to name a preliminary 22-man squad on Tuesday for this month's Anzac Test against New Zealand in Brisbane.
Cowboy's boss Denis Keeffe has told the media that the club won't apply any pressure on him to end his representative career, in which he has played 21 games for Queensland and 13 Tests for Australia.