We take a closer look at the stats from the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys historic second Nines title in Perth on the weekend.
The number of teams other than the Cowboys that have made the playoffs in each of the five years of the event - other being the Parramatta Eels.
The number of Nines medals winger Kyle Feldt has, after winning the 2014 Nines with the Cowboys and the 2019 World Nines with the Kangaroos late last year.
The number of tries 18-year-old Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow scored – equal most across the competition.
The number of try assists by Scott Drinkwater, to go along with three tries and two goals. The 22-year-old went on to be named the Player of the Tournament.
The number of tackles made by second-rower Coen Hess – a team-high. The Mt Isa product also scored three tries and ran for 179 metres.
The Cowboys possession rate in the semi-final against the Titans. Despite only having the ball for 5:31 minutes, North Queensland completed each of their seven sets and scored three tries in five minutes to beat Gold Coast 19-8.
The percentage Jake Clifford converted at, kicking 6/8, including both in the final against the St George Illawarra Dragons. The Tully Tigers junior also pulled off a remarkable try-saving tackle and scored one of his own in GF.