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Cowboys ready to welcome another Bowen

The famous Bowen name looks set to return to the North Queensland side next NRL season but it's the younger, bigger version who is ready to make his mark.

Matt Bowen is enjoying his twilight years in the English Super League but nephew Javid has made an early case for a first grade debut on the wing for the Cowboys in 2015.

The 21 year old Bowen scored a brilliant hat-trick in the inaugural State Championship grand final win for the Northern Pride, earning him man of the match honours.

Bowen also starred in the...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:14

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Trans Tasman Indigenous Games planned to be held annually

p32-basketballA team of Australian Indigenous basketballers have done themselves and their People proud at the inaugural Trans-Tasman Indigenous Basketball clash in New Zealand.

The Coles Australian Indigenous Invitational men's team lost the clash but their pride is intact after splitting the two game series against the New Zealand Maori national side, one a piece.

The Australian men forced the much more...

 

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