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Toyota Cowboys coach Paul Green has named an unchanged squad of 17 as North Queensland chase a fifth consecutive NRL victory in the Monday Night Football clash with Penrith at Sportingbet Stadium.

However, Tariq Sims will need to be successful at a judiciary hearing tomorrow night before he is able to make the trip south.

Sims has pleaded not guilty to a grade one dangerous contact charge which carries a one-week suspension if he is found guilty by the three-man judiciary panel.

The Cowboys have again elected not to name representative front-rower James Tamou who hasn’t played since aggravating a neck complaint in round 20 against Canterbury.

Kick off on Monday will be at 7pm.

North Queensland Toyota Cowboys v Penrith Panthers
Round 23, 2014 Telstra Premiership
7pm, Monday 18 August, Sportingbet Stadium

1 Michael Morgan
2 Tautau Moga
3 Matthew Wright
4 Kane Linnett
5 Antonio Winterstein
6 Robert Lui
7 Johnathan Thurston (c)
8 Matt Scott (c)
9 Rory Kostjasyn
10 Ashton Sims
11 Tariq Sims
12 Jason Taumalolo
13 Glenn Hall

14 Ray Thompson
15 Scott Bolton
16 Gavin Cooper
17 Sam Hoare

Coach: Paul Green

NORTHERN PRIDE: Ethan Lowe, Hezron Murgha, Ricky Thorby, Kyle Feldt, Javid Bowen

MACKAY CUTTERS: Curtis Rona, Zac Santo, Anthony Mitchell, John Asiata

INJURED: Brent Tate, James Tamou, Lachlan Coote, Cameron King, Ben Spina, Joel Riethmuller

Acknowledgement of Country

North Queensland Cowboys respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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