Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Tim Brasher . Unfortunately Brasher did not play in 2001 due to injury.
|The Cowboys home ground, formerly known as Stocklands, became known as _________ Farmers' Stadium?||North Queensland Cowboys
Dairy. Formerly known as The Willows, then Stockland Stadium, and then Malanda Stadium.
|In round 11 of the 2000 season, there was a brawl at one of the Cowboy's home games, which spilled over to the sidelines. How much was the club fined for this?||North Queensland Cowboys
$25,000. An ugly incident against Auckland, which involved a cheergirl being injured in the melee.
Brisbane Broncos. Attendance was 30,302. As close to a local derby you can get north of the border!
Grant Bell. Bell coached them in 1995, Lowe in 1996 and Tim Sheens was appointed their coached in 1997.
3rd. They came dead last in 1995 (their first season in the ARL), in 1997 (in Super League), and again in the 2000 season.
Aussie Stadium. The Cowboys played the first preliminary finals at Aussie Stadium against the Manly Sea Eagles which they lost. This game decided who went on and played the Storm in the Grand Final.
Graham Murray. He had coached the Cowboys now for a few years and is still doing a good job.
1. The Cowboys only had one home ground match at Dairy Farmers beating the New Zealand Warriors by a large margin. This final game got large crowds at Dairy Farmers Stadium in Townsville.
Sea Eagles. The Sea Eagles beat the Cowboys in the match to decide who competed in the Grand Final. The Cowboys had won all their finals matches up until the heart breaker game against Manly.
Matty Bowen. Matty Bowen won Cowboy of the Year in 2007 along with Fullback of the Year and most tries scored of the year.
Johnathan Thurston. Johnathan Thurston also won Dally M Player of the Year in 2007 for the second time. He also got Halfback of the Year as well.
Johnathan Thurston. Johnathan Thurston from the NQ Cowboys won the Dally M Player of the Year in 2005, one point ahead of Andrew Johns who came runner-up.
Tigers. Their first Grand Final in 2005, they lost to the West Tigers, with the first try scored by Matty Bowen.
2005. The Cowboys played their first ever Grand Final in 2005 playing against the West Tigers. The Cowboys lost this Grand Final against the Tigers by over ten points.
1995. The North Queensland Cowboys began their first season playing football in 1995. The Cowboys were not successful much in their first season, but then after many more seasons they became better.