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  • Learning on the job with Veolia!


    NRL Cowboys House founding friends Veolia Australia and New Zealand are turning up the dial on their support of the Cowboys Community Foundation.

  • Thurston returns to training

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    Johnathan Thurston returns to Cowboys training on Wednesday morning for testing as he targets his much-anticipated return in 2018.

  • SEASON REVIEW: Ray Thompson


    The nine-year NRL career of tough-as-nails North Queenslander Ray Thompson came to an end in 2017, the 27-year-old utility hanging up his boots.

  • JT, Human Rights Medal nominee


    Indigenous ambassador Johnathan Thurston has been announced as a finalist for the Human Rights Medal by the Australian Human Rights Commission.

  • SEASON REVIEW: Jason Taumalolo

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    The 2017 season was another 'wow' of a year for Jason Taumalolo, emerging as the side’s go-to forward following an ACL injury to co-captain Matt Scott.

  • SEASON REVIEW: Ben Spina


    Tough-as-nails forward Ben Spina has his most successful year in his tenure at the Cowboys, suiting up for eight consecutive games this season.

  • Tongan sport's 'greatest moment'

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    Tonga's record-breaking 28-22 World Cup win over New Zealand has been hailed as the greatest moment in Tongan sport history.

  • Australia coast home over Lebanon


    The Kangaroos have done enough to down a valiant Lebanon team 34-0 at the Sydney Football Stadium on Saturday night.

  • SEASON REVIEW: Matt Scott

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    Matt Scott will be back bigger and better in 2018 after agreeing to a two-year contract extension during a year which can only be described as disappointing.

  • Thurston a driving force for change

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    The Qld Australian of the Year has shaped the behaviour of other players and his example is one all Australians can appreciate, writes