The Cowboys under-20s side have progressed to the preliminary finals following an impressive home victory over Wests Tigers at 1300SMILES Stadium.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed former Wests Tigers hooker and current NSW No.9 Robbie Farah on a two-year deal.
The Cowboys host the Wests Tigers in a clash of the titans on Friday night for the right to take on minor premiers Penrith in the Holden Cup preliminary final.
Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco claims he might've been fit to face the Broncos this week if his side had qualified for the Friday night elimination final.
The Tigers will be hoping to overturn a lopsided regular season head-to-head record against the Eels in the first of an NYC double header on Sunday.
In a season that featured so many fresh faces that announced their arrival in the NRL, who made the cut as one of the game's best rookies in 2016?
The Farah saga finally found its resolution on what would be the Tigers' final game of the season, with the club exceeding expectations in 2016.
It should come as no surprise that five Raiders, three Storm and two Cowboys headline NRL.com's Team of the Year for season 2016.
Despite his disappointment at a 52-10 loss that ended his team's season, Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor said the club earned a definite pass mark in 2016.
Retiring Wests Tigers forward Dene Halatau had some high praise for Robbie Farah after Sunday's final game for the club at Leichhardt Oval.