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GOLD Coast have recorded their third victory for season 2014 with a narrow 13-12 win over the North Queensland Cowboys in front of 9,482 fans at CBUS Super Stadium in Robina.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have set their new coach Paul Green up for a perfect start, after securing a 28-22 come from behind win over the Canberra Raiders at 1300Smiles Stadium in Townsville.
PAUL Green will be the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys
AN early 7th tackle try (yes that does say 7th) has helped the Sharks to a 20-18 win over the Cowboys to knock them out of the finals at Allianz.
NORTH Queensland have gone into the finals series in style putting on attacking show for retiring custodian Matthew Bowen in defeating the Wests Tigers 50-22 in front of 19,519 fans at 1300 Smiles Stadium.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys have established a new membership record, reaching 11,000 members for the first time in the 2013 NRL season.
BRISBANE prevailed in a tight contest scoring late through Justin Hodges to win 18-16 over North Queensland in front of 17,702 fans at 1300SMILES Stadium tonight.
INSPIRATIONAL North Queensland forward Dallas Johnson has decided the 2013 NRL season will be his finale, ending a career that has featured Test and State of Origin honours and almost 250 first grade matches.
MANLY produced an impressive second half display to win 34-14 and record back to back victories in front of 9,029 fans at 1300 Smiles Stadium tonight.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have defeated the Cronulla Sharks 22-4 in front of 14434 people at 1300smiles Stadium tonight.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have defended valiantly to take the win against the St George-Illawarra Dragons 22 - 16 in front of 9,035 faithful fans in Wollongong tonight.
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THE North Queensland Cowboys have emerged victorious over the Canberra Raiders in an error filled game at 1300SMILES Stadium in Townsville this evening. The final score was 30 - 12 in what was a dire affair between the two sides, with plenty of dropped ball, and penalties to match.
NEWCASTLE have recorded their second victory for the season with a comprehensive 34-6 victory over North Queensland, continuing their woes south of the Tweed.
THE Melbourne Storm showed why they are the true premiership favourites, making a difficult trek to Townsville look easy as they downed a resilient Cowboys outfit 32-10 at 1300SMILES Stadium overnight in front of 19,288 fans.