North Queensland has all but committed to handing makeshift five-eighth Ray Thompson another opportunity against the Titans next Saturday at 1300SMILES Stadium.
North Queensland coach Paul Green was left confused by the obstruction rule as his side were denied a spectacular try just before half-time.
The impact of Morgan's absence, the Storm's dramatic turnaround and the finals equation for both sides. Five key points from the Storm's win.
A super defensive performance has carried the Melbourne Storm to a 14-6 victory over premiership contenders the Cowboys at AAMI Park on Saturday night.
Cowboys mentor Paul Green has paid Melbourne counterpart Craig Bellamy and his side the ultimate compliment on the eve of their showdown at AAMI Park.
North Queensland coach Paul Green doesn't want utility Ray Thompson to try to copy injured five-eighth Michael Morgan.
Finals football is in the air and Saturday night shapes as the perfect appetizer to the big dance with two of the competition heavyweights facing off.
Injured Cowboys stars James Tamou and Michael Morgan are both in better shape than first feared, but are still no closer to knowing when they will be back.
North Queensland utility Ray Thompson will get the first shot at partnering star halfback Johnathan Thurston in the Cowboys' title tilt.
The Dragons' key man, the Bulldogs unearth a gem, injuries hamper the run home for title favourites, and things get interesting at the foot of the ladder.