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Holmes' incredible nine day stretch

We take a look at some of the key stats from the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys 28-26 win over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval on Friday night. 


The number of consecutive games co-captain Jason Taumalolo has cracked 200 metres. The 29-year-old ran for 207m against both the Titans and Dragons before adding another 216m in 68 minutes against the Sea Eagles. Three is also the number of consecutive games hooker Reece Robson has scored a try in.


The number of offloads by the Cowboys, the most North Queensland has had in a game in more than three years. Coen Hess and Jeremiah Nanai topped the count with three each, while the back five combined for 10 offloads as well.


The number of points Valentine Holmes has scored in the space of nine days. Including last Wednesday’s Origin opener and the wins over the Dragons and Sea Eagles, the 26-year-old has scored three tries, kicked 11 goals, ran for 550 metres and made 15 tackle breaks.


The Cowboys positive for and against heading into next week’s Rep Round break. North Queensland has the second-best defensive record (13.1ppg) and third-best attack (25.2ppg) through 15 rounds with an 11-4 record.


The number of running metres the Cowboys ran for, the most by the team in a game since Round 6, 2021. Valentine Holmes (270m), Peta Hiku (217m) and Jason Taumalolo (216m) led the way for the visitors, with nine players exceeding triple figures.

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