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North Queensland Cowboys
THE North Queensland Cowboys have had to work hard to earn the respect of their peers in the National Rugby League. Now, after a tough slog in the early years, they are regulars at the top end of the ladder.

Paul Green’s men captured hearts and minds all over Australia when they rallied from eighth on the ladder to reach the NRL Grand Final in 2017. They could not replicate that feat in 2018, however, slumping to 13th place in Johnathan Thurston’s farewell season.

Can North Queensland return to the finals frame this season? Let’s see what the bookies are saying.

About the North Queensland Cowboys

Established: 1992
Home ground: 1300SMILES Stadium
Coach: Paul Green
Captain: Johnathan Thurston
Premierships: One – 2015
2018 ladder finish: 13th (8-16)

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2018 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Feb $5.50 $1.25 $1.90 J Taumalolo – $9 K Feldt – $31
Mar $5 $1.18 $1.80 J Taumalolo – $9 K Feldt – $31
Apr $17 $2.05 $6 J Thurston – $31 K Feldt – $13
May $41 $3.20 $15 J Taumalolo – $41 K Feldt – $23
Jun $34 $4.25 $34 J Taumalolo – $19 K Feldt – $26
Jul $34 $4.25 $34 J Taumalolo – $19 K Feldt – $26
Aug N/A N/A N/A J Taumalolo – $67 K Feldt – $126
Sep N/A N/A N/A J Taumalolo – $81 N/A

Best NQ Cowboys bets for NRL 2018

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2018 North Queensland Cowboys draw

North Queensland Cowboys 2018 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Cronulla Sharks 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, March 9 7:50pm
2 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, March 16 7:50pm
3 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Thursday, March 22 7:50pm
4 Penrith Panthers 1300SMILES Stadium Thursday, March 29 7:50pm
5 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, April 7 5:30pm
6 Canterbury Bulldogs 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, April 14 5:30pm
7 Gold Coast Titans 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, April 21 7:30pm
8 Canberra Raiders 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, April 28 7:30pm
9 Penrith Panthers Carrington Park Friday, May 4 7:50pm
10 Wests Tigers Leichhardt Oval Thursday, May 10 7:50pm
11 South Sydney Rabbitohs 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, May 19 5:30pm
12 Melbourne Storm 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, May 25 7:50pm
13 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Thursday, May 31 7:50pm
14 Parramatta Eels TIO Stadium Saturday, June 9 7:30pm
15 New Zealand Warriors 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, June 15 6pm
16 South Sydney Rabbitohs Barlow Park Sunday, July 1 4:10pm
17 BYE
18 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Saturday, July 14 7:30pm
19 St George Illawarra Dragons 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, July 21 7:30pm
20 Newcastle Knights 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, July 27 6pm
21 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Saturday, August 4 7:30pm
22 Brisbane Broncos 1300SMILES Stadium Thursday, August 9 7:50pm
23 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Saturday, August 18 7:30pm
24 Parramatta Eels 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, August 24 7:50pm
25 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, September 1 5:30pm

Cowboys players to watch in 2018

Dally M winner Jason TaumaloloJason Taumalolo
Born: 31/5/1993
Games: 139
Tries: 27
Position: Lock

If not for suspension, Taumalolo would have gone very close to defending his Dally M crown in 2017. The NZ and Tonga rep is an absolute monster in the forward half, but it is the turn of foot and sharpness of movement with ball in hand that make him a really, really special player. Expect another influential campaign from the big man.

Cowboys star Michael MorganMichael Morgan
Born: 27/12/1991
Games: 128
Tries: 53
Position: Five-eighth

Last year was a big one for Morgan. He did a marvellous job at halfback in Thurston’s absence, driving the Cowboys all the way to the NRL Grand Final and earning 25 Dally M votes in the process. This is a man who is playing his very best football as he enters the peak years of his career.

Cowboys star Coen HessCoen Hess
Born: 14/8/1996
Games: 36
Tries: 18
Position: Second row

Hess was a weapon from the interchange bench last season, racking up 13 tries to finish second only to Kyle Feldt (15) in the club tryscoring charts. He was also part of Queensland’s matchday squad for all three Origin games. The boy from Bundaberg has a very bright future ahead.

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