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The Cowboys highest GPS readings so far in 2022

With the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys players having a well-deserved break this weekend, we thought we would take a look at some of our player’s highest GPS stats from the first 16 rounds.

While we know that Valentine Holmes is currently leading the NRL in points with 149, did you know that Tom Dearden, Chad Townsend and Reece Robson have each run for more than the equivalent of three marathons?

You might also know that Murray Taulagi leads the NRL in interceptions with five, but did you know that forwards Reuben Cotter and Reece Robson have both been registered at speeds in excess of 32.5km/h?

Here is a full breakdown of some of our player’s highest GPS readings from the first 16 rounds.

Total distance covered this season

1. Tom Dearden – 138,304 metres
2. Chad Townsend – 136,285 metres
3. Reece Robson – 127,169 metres
4. Murray Taulagi – 125,565 metres
5. Valentine Holmes – 117,757 metres

Max Velocity (Backs)

1. Tom Dearden (Round 4) - 35.06km/h
2. Scott Drinkwater (Round 7) - 34.86km/h
3. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (Round 1) - 34.82km/h

Max Velocity (Forwards)

1. Reuben Cotter (Round 10) – 32.62km/h
2. Reece Robson (Round 14) – 32.53km/h
3. Tom Gilbert (Round 16) – 31.99km/h

Highest distance covered (Backs)

1. Chad Townsend (Round 15) – 10,161 metres
2. Tom Dearden (Round 15) – 10,022 metres
3. Tom Dearden (Round 10) – 9,657 metres

Highest distance covered (Forwards)

1. Reece Robson (Round 15) – 9,574 metres
2. Reece Robson (Round 12) – 9,243 metres
3. Reuben Cotter (Round 9) – 9,239 metres

High Speed Distance above 22km/h (Backs)

1. Tom Dearden (Round 14) – 653 metres
=2. Tom Dearden (Round 15) – 591 metres
=2. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (Round 14) – 591 metres

High Speed Distance above 22km/h (Forwards)

1. Jeremiah Nanai (Round 16) – 429 metres
2. Coen Hess (Round 15) – 404 metres
3. Jeremiah Nanai (Round 6) – 364 metres  

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