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WARRINGTON Wolves hunt down Cowboy Ashton Sims to join the club on a two year deal from 2015
TOWNSVILLE'S finest completed a huge form reversal on Saturday night, with the North Queensland Cowboys overcoming last Monday night's failure in Newcastle to defeat South Sydney at home, 20-18.
HIGHLY regarded outside back Tautau Moga will make an immediate move to the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys after signing on today until the end of the 2016 NRL season.
PLAYERS spread across 10 Intrust Super Cup clubs will feature in this year's XXXX Queensland Residents team to play the New South Wales Cup representative side at Suncorp Stadium on July 9.
NEWCASTLE have snapped their losing streak, defeating an error filled North Queensland side, 36-28 in front of 11,925 fans at Hunter Stadium tonight.
ALL the Round 17 Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Round 15 FOGS Cup results - all with thanks to the team at the Queensland Rugby League - www.qrl.com.au.
THE Origin series always has its fair share of casualties and this year has been no different...
MATTHEW Wright will be a Toyota Cowboy until the end of the 2016 NRL season after today agreeing to a two-year contract extension.
ON Wednesday night, New South Wales have another opportunity to stop a 9 year horror run of losses to their most hated rival...
ALL the Round 15 Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Round 13 FOGS Cup results, plus the QRL Divisional Carnival & Women's State Championship results - all with thanks to the team at the Queensland Rugby League - www.qrl.com.au.
PARRAMATTA Eels have consigned the North Queensland Cowboys to yet another away loss for season 2014. The Eels won by 2 points, 18-16 in a pulsating 4 tries to 3 victory in front of 10,142 fans at Pirtek Stadium tonight.
THE following players have been selected to represent the Queensland Under 18s against NSW at Sydney's ANZ Stadium on June 18.
THE 2014 State of Origin series kicks off from Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night and right on time, Blues supporters have gone to a dark place....
THE Canberra Raiders have bounced back from three weeks of morale damaging losses to score a 42-12 win over a heavily depleted North Queensland Cowboys at GIO Stadium in front of 8,400 fans.
THIS is the first Origin series to feature two games in Brisbane since 2011. And it appears that the QRL have sought to recoup money from not having had two games in a series since then, by jacking up prices for tickets...