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2019 match-up v Warriors

Cowboys v Warriors

Round 6, Saturday, April 20,
Mt Smart Stadium

Looking ahead: Just one meeting for the Cowboys and Warriors after clashing twice in 2018. North Queensland travel to New Zealand to battle the Warriors in Round 6 – the first of two away games in six days for Paul Green's men.

Warriors' changes: The Warriors enter 2019 with virtually the same side which secured a top eight berth in 2018. Retired club legend Simon Mannering is the only big-name departure, with young playmaker Mason Lino also departing. Veteran prop Leeson Ah Mau will head home to New Zealand after a successful stint with the Dragons.

'Tatey says': "I'd like to think they will build on what they did this year in 2019. I think they would have got a lot of confidence out of this season. They've signed Issac Luke for another 12 months, which I think is a really big plus for them. If they can keep him, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Shaun Johnson on the field together they'll be really strong.

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Looking back: The two sides met twice in the 2018 season, with the Warriors claiming victory in both Round 5 and Round 15.

Head-to-head: Played 39; Cowboys 19 wins, Warriors 20 wins

Last 5 meetings:
2018, Round 15: Warriors def. Cowboys 23-16
2018, Round 5: Warriors def. Cowboys 22-12
2017, Round 20: Cowboys def. Warriors 24-12
2016, Round 24: Cowboys def. Warriors 34-6
2015, Round 24: Cowboys de. Warriors 50-16

Finish – NRL ladder: Cowboys 13th v Warriors 8th

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.