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Bowen’s form still a shining light as Cowboys snatch top four spot

matt bowenThe North Queensland Cowboys again have the brilliance of fullback Matt Bowen to thank for helping them to a 29-16 win over Wests Tigers on Monday night and putting them into the top four on the NRL ladder.

Bowen single-handedly kept his team in the game in a first half dominated by the Tigers, setting up three tries and saving another with a chase down of centre Chris Lawrence on 14 minutes.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 16:30

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Canterbury’s little maestro

ben barbaCanterbury, compliments of a two try effort from their maestro fullback, Ben Barba claimed Rugby League's grudge match of the year with a gripping 20-12 victory against Manly that left Des Hasler grinning on Friday night.

The Bulldogs coach, who left the Sea Eagles last year one week after winning his second premiership, would've had his heart in his mouth as his former side mounted a stirring comeback after...

 

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