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Feeder club action this weekend!

Here's where you can see your North Queensland Toyota Cowboys' contracted players in our feeder clubs in both the Queensland Cup and Hastings Deerings Colts competitions.

Queensland Cup

4pm, Saturday 26 May, Pizzey Park

Cutters1. Lachlan Coote, 2. Yamba Bowie, 3. Nathan Saumalu, 4. Blake Atherton, 5. Kurt Wiltshire, 6. Nicho Hynes, 7. Cooper Bambling, 8. Sam Hoare, 9. Jayden Hodges, 10. Jordan Grant, 11. Mitchell Dunn, 12. Thomas Murphy (c), 13. Nicholas Brown, 14. Darcy Cox, 15. Lona Kaifoto, 16. Kellen Jenner, 17. Brenden Treston, 18. Johnny Faletagoa'i. Coach: Steve Sheppard.

Cowboys wrap: The big name here is obviously Cowboys premiership-winning fullback Lachlan Coote. The 28-year-old was dropped from the Cowboys main side last weekend with Michael Morgan preferred at fullback. Coote made an instant impact for the Cutters in Round 11, scoring just two minutes into their eventual defeat to Souths Logan.

6pm, Saturday 26 May, Barlow Park

Pride: 1. Jack Murphy, 2. Murray Taulagi, 3. Brett Anderson, 4. Javid Bowen5. Gideon Gela-Mosby6. Jake Clifford, 7. Jordan Biondi-Odo, 8. William Bugden, 9. Ryan Ghietti (c), 10. David Murphy, 11. Tom Hancock, 12. James Clark, 13. Graham Clark, 14. Nathan Wales, 15. Sheldon Powe-Hobbs, 16. Troy Kapea, 17. Emry Pere, 18. Connor Jones, 19. Darryn Schonig, 20. Shawn Bowen. Coach: Ty Williams.

Cowboys wrap: The Pride backline is littered with Cowboys-contracted stars. Five-eighth Jake Clifford has been one of the standouts of the Queensland Cup season. The 2017 NYC Player of the Year sits third in the competition for points with 82, third for tries with eight and sixth for line-breaks with seven. Javid Bowen and Gideon Gela-Mosby can push their claims for NRL call-ups with a strong outing against the Devils.

3pm, Sunday 27 May, National Football Stadium 

Blackhawks: 1. Jonathon Reuben, 2. Levi Dodd, 3. Shaun Hudson, 4. Ty Carucci, 5. Kalifa Faifai-Loa, 6. Jaelen Feeney, 7. Zach Clay, 8. Cade Maloney, 9. Krys Freeman, 10. Rod Griffin, 11. Jake Marketo, 12. Temone Power, 13. Joe Boyce, 14. Zachary Santo, 15. Andrew Niemoeller, 16. Ross Bella, 19. Brent Woolf, 22. Sione Lousi. Coach: Kristian Woolf.

Cowboys wrap: Shaun Hudson missed the entire 2017 season with a torn ACL and after a slow start to 2018 the Cowboys-contracted centre has begun to find his feet in recent weeks. Hudson crossed for his first try of the season in Round 8 and followed that up with a season-high 136-metre performance the following week.

Hastings Deerings Colts U20s

5.25pm, Friday 25 May, 1300SMILES Stadium

Blackhawks: 1. Marshall Hudson, 2. Lindsey Kirk, 3. Tom McCagh, 4. Lachlan La Rosa, 5. Jake Riley
6. Sam Martin (c), 7. Adam Cook, 8. Jayden Stephens, 9. Sean Mullany, 10. Logan Bayliss, 11. Campbell Duffy, 12. Will Fox, 13. Jack Glossop, 14. Lachlan Taylor, 15. Jack Althaus, 16. Solomon Vasuvulagi, 17. Ben Condon, 18. Brodie Chaffey. Coach: David Tangata-Toa.

Cowboys wrap: Hooker Sean Mullany has emerged as a workhorse for the Blackhawks this season. The Townsville dummy-half has made at least 30 tackles in four of his past five games, including a monster 45-tackle effort against Burleigh in Round 9.

2.15pm, Saturday 26 May, Pizzey Park

Cutters: 1. Jayden O'Shannessy, 2. Taine Browne, 3. Jacob Schill, 4. Tom Irelandes, 5. Walter Lauenstein, 6. Matthew Vessey, 7. Brendan White (c), 8. Jye Anderson, 9. Sam Murphy, 10. Harrison Black, 11. Ryan Schill, 12. Aidan Beard, 13. Luke Schulte, 14. Sean Michael Dalton, 16. Darcy Head, 17. Blake Faull, 18. Ryan Molloy, 19. Luke Campbell. Coach: Michael Comerford.

Cowboys wrap: Anderson has been a nightmare for opposition defences in 2018. The hard-running prop has registered north of 100 metres in seven of his nine appearances for the Cutters, including his previous five outings.

4pm, Saturday 26 May, Barlow Park

Pride1. Mark Rosendale, 2. Steven Stafford, 3. Lui Lockington, 4. Marc Naleba, 5. Joshtel Charlie, 6. Evan Child, 7. Jack Campagnolo, 8. Wiremu Greig, 9. Patrick Gallen (c), 10. Connor Luhan, 11. Ewan Moore, 12. Terrence Casey-Douglas, 13. Peter Hola, 14. Quinlyn Cannon, 15. Elijah Simpson, 16. Samuelu Kupa-Cummings, 17. Beau Berg, 18. Adam Hepworth. Coach: Dave Scott.

Cowboys wrap: The Pride boast one of the most destructive front-row partnerships in the competition in Wiremu Greig and Connor Luhan. Both youngsters have proved a handful with ball in hand with Greig averaging a huge 131 running metres a game to go along with Luhan's figure of 115 metres an outing.


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