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After starting the season with the Sydney Roosters and being limited to NSW Cup duties after recovering from a second knee reconstruction, Moga made a mid-season switch to the Cowboys.

His debut for his new club came in the round 17 loss to St George Illawarra at Kogarah just a few days after moving north.

He ran for 117 metres that night – one of five 100m-plus matches he turned in during the run to the finals.

At home on the wing or in the centres, the 20-year-old alternated between the two positions until Matthew Wright’s suspension saw him lock in the right centre role.


A full pre-season with the Cowboys will be a huge help to Moga who had to learn on the run, and settle into a new environment, after changing clubs mid-season.

With immense talent as a ball runner and finisher, he should be a weapon in North Queensland’s backline.

Acknowledgement of Country

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