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Cowboys cement a final berth in tough win over Newcastle

matt bowenNorth Queensland overcame a short turnaround and draining humidity to grind out a 22-14 NRL win over Newcastle in Townsville on Saturday night to firm up their place in the race for top spots in the finals series.

Anthony Mitchell, a match day replacement for injured halfback Michael Morgan, played a role in all three of the Cowboys' tries as they held out an onslaught by the Knights late in the first half to...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 10:41

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Tighe’s treble puts Titans semi hopes to the sword

nrl brad_tighe_panthersGold Coast Titans coach John Cartwright conceded the Titans' NRL season was over after his side slumped to a disappointing 36-22 defeat to Penrith on Saturday.

The Titans, who went into the game needing to win to stay in the race for a place in the top eight, trailed by just two points midway through the second half but three quick fire tries from the hosts ended any chance of victory...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 10:36

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