Despite receiving some rough treatment from Canberra, Cowboys leader says his body is in great shape heading into the NRL Telstra Premiership finals.
The Cowboys again got themselves out of a sticky situation on Saturday, but surely alarm bells are starting to ring up north for the run to the finals.
They still cannot string 80 minutes together, but when they do North Queensland will be the most unstoppable force in the NRL.
Australian, Queensland and North Queensland superstar Johnathan Thurston has thrown his support behind Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes.
The Cowboys are coming off a dominant win over Parramatta, but must be wary as the Canberra Raiders roll into Townsville ready to push for a top-eight finish.
An experienced dummy-half gets one over his younger counterpart, a star playmaker's untimely injury, Melbourne's Kiwi connection, and the Broncos roll on.
Just when you thought Jake Granville had shown us everything he just keeps punching through ceilings, and Parramatta ought to keep their heads held high.
A dominant second-half performance led by North Queensland hooker Jake Granville has helped the Cowboys to their biggest ever win over the Eels.
With seven wins by six points or less in 2015, Lachlan Coote believes it's time the Cowboys put in a complete performance to boost their for-and-against.
Cowboys interchange forward John Asiata might be a half trapped in a prop's body, but that level of skill is providing another dimension to his side's attack.