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    Default Round 12: TITANS vs COWBOYS

    TITANS vs COWBOYS
    PUT EM TO THE SWORD! SHOW SOME STEEL!

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    TITANS, DIEHARDS, WARRINGTON WOLVES, MAROONS, KANGAROOS, HONG KONG THUNDER

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    I would like to see something between the 2 clubs for Brenton Bowen. Some sort of fund raiser or recognition
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    When I am unable to respect and accept the decisions that are being made that directly affect my team, then I must take a backwards step.

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    This is a big one for me. Taking a few friends to this one. Also a Queensland derby and hoping we can strike while the Cowboys seem to be rather luckless.

    TICKETS
    PUT EM TO THE SWORD! SHOW SOME STEEL!

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    TITANS, DIEHARDS, WARRINGTON WOLVES, MAROONS, KANGAROOS, HONG KONG THUNDER

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coaster View Post
    I would like to see something between the 2 clubs for Brenton Bowen. Some sort of fund raiser or recognition
    Fantastic idea Shane.
    PUT EM TO THE SWORD! SHOW SOME STEEL!

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    The Cowboys have been playing well enough to blow their last two opponents away but didn't. We'll need to be at our very best in this one, although there will be starkly different teams for this game than the rest of the season due to origin selections I imagine.

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    always fun leading into a game with a good win.

    looking forward to seeing Kelly and Idris carve up a depleted cows team.

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    What we need are the two points ... a depleted Cows team with fringe players getting their chances behind the stars who have been holding them out and losing ... it has the feeling of an ambush and requires caution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanic View Post
    What we need are the two points ... a depleted Cows team with fringe players getting their chances behind the stars who have been holding them out and losing ... it has the feeling of an ambush and requires caution.
    of course thats the case, but it cant hurt to enjoy the win and get a bit excited early in week, before all of our buttholes clench up a little later on.

    and no matter which way you paint it, JT is a big loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanic View Post
    What we need are the two points ... a depleted Cows team with fringe players getting their chances behind the stars who have been holding them out and losing ... it has the feeling of an ambush and requires caution.
    Same Mate. Don't forget they'll probably have Mango steering them from the back, something he's quite capable of.

    On a couple of occasions, the Cowboys have proven they can pull off a win without their big names. I for one am not being complacent about this game.

    Lookin' forward to making it down for this home game..

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    of course thats the case, but it cant hurt to enjoy the win and get a bit excited early in week, before all of our buttholes clench up a little later on.

    and no matter which way you paint it, JT is a big loss.

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    What will our pack/bench look like? Any ideas?

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    Just hope we leave backline as is. No shifting Taka or Idris into the pack. Are White, Page, Ridge etc all good to go?

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    Definitely a bit bit nervous about this one, but hopefully with the combination of missing origin stars and coming off a fantastic win we can get this one in the bag

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    Taylor named to tackle Cowboys
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    Tuesday 28 May 2013 1:00 PM

    iSelect Gold Coast Titans forward Dave Taylor has been named to make his return from injury in a reshuffled line-up for Sunday's clash against the North Queensland Cowboys at Skilled Park.

    In the absence of State of Origin trio Nate Myles, Ashley Harrison and Greg Bird, iSelect Titans Coach John Cartwright today named Taylor to return from a calf injury as one of several new inclusions to tackle the Cowboys.

    Taylor and back rower Mark Minichiello both return to the starting line-up, while utility Luke O'Dwyer has been named to make his return from a broken jaw suffered against the Newcastle Knights in Round 7.

    Utility Jamie Dowling, who has been playing for feeder club Burleigh Bears, is the other new face to the side on the interchange bench in what will mark his second NRL appearance for the club.

    The match will mark 22-year-old Jamal Idris' 100th NRL appearance since making his debut for the Bulldogs in August, 2008.

    Fullback and Vice-Captain William Zillman will Captain the side in the absence of Co-Captains Myles and Bird.

    iSelect Titans vs North Queensland Cowboys
    Sunday, June 2
    3pm ? Skilled Park

    1 William Zillman
    2 Kevin Gordon
    3 Brad Takairangi
    4 Jamal Idris
    5 Anthony Don
    6 Aidan Sezer
    7 Albert Kelly
    8 Luke Bailey
    9 Matt Srama
    10 Luke Douglas
    11 David Taylor
    12 Mark Minichiello
    13 Luke O'Dwyer
    Interchange
    14 Ryan James
    15 Mark Ioane
    16 Jamie Dowling
    17 Sam Irwin
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    Excellent team when u consider we have lost our entire back row.
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    bowen out for 4 - 6 weeks


    If winning isn't everything, then why do they keep score?


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