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Cowboys' fan-voted second XIII - 25-Year Team

Earlier this week we revealed the side that North Queensland Toyota Cowboys members and fans voted as their best of the last 25-years

Plenty of big names just missed out on selection, including some of our greatest ever try-scorers, international and State of Origin representatives, and even a Cowboys Life Member. 

We take at which players finished second in voting in each position. 


Lachlan Coote (2014-18) 5% of fullback votes

1st team: Matt Bowen - 93% of fullback votes


Ty Williams (2002-10) - 8% of winger votes

Antonio Winterstein (2011-18) - 5% of winger votes

1st team: Kyle Feldt - 49% of fullback votes, Matt Sing - 34% of winger votes


Josh Hannay (1998-2006) - 9% of centre votes

Willie Tonga (2009-11) & Justin O'Neill (2015-current) - 8% of centre votes

1st team: Paul Bowman (46% of centre votes) and Brent Tate (23% of centre votes)


Scott Prince (1998-2000) - 10% of five-eighth votes

1st team: Michael Morgan - 77% of five-eighth votes 


Chris Sheppard (2001-05, 2008) & Laurie Spina (1995) - 2% of halfback votes

1st team: Johnathan Thurston - 94% of halfback votes


James Tamou (2009-16) & Scott Bolton (2007-19) - 5% of prop votes

1st team: Matt Scott (76% of prop votes) & Paul Rauhihi (10% of prop votes)


Jake Granville (2015-current) - 39% of hooker votes 

1st team: Aaron Payne (53% of hooker votes) 


Carl Webb (2005-2010) - 8% of second-row votes

Ethan Lowe (2013-18) - 7% of second-row votes 

1st team: Gavin Cooper (63% of second-row votes) & Luke O'Donnell (16% of second-row votes)


Glenn Morrison (2000-04) - 6% of lock votes

1st team: Jason Taumalolo - 90% of lock votes


Rod Jensen (2004-07) - 21% of utility votes 

1st team: John Asiata - 59% of utility votes

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.