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They won the 2016 Premiership in Sydney last season, and perhaps the Cowboys were thankful the Grand Final was played at Homebush – not Moore Park.

Heading to Allianz Stadium to take on the Sharks this Friday, North Queensland will be out to overturn a poor record at the ground, where they’ve won just two of their last ten matches played – including a run of five straight losses.

Set for another tough task at the venue when meeting the Sharks this Friday, Cowboys Coach Paul Green was quick to heap praise on the Cronulla outfit.

“(The Sharks) have improved a lot in their attack and defence … obviously Maloney and Townsend have made a huge difference to them,” Green said.

“Ben Barba has found some form as well. They’re a very good side and we’ll need to be on our game.”


NQL Cowboys – Last 10 games played at Allianz Stadium (Sydney Football Stadium)

Round 23, 2016 – Cowboys (10) def. by Roosters (22)

Semi Final, 2014 – Cowboys (30) def. by Roosters (31)

Elimination Final, 2013 – Cowboys (18) def. by Sharks (20)

Semi Final, 2012 – Cowboys (12) def. by Sea Eagles (22)

Qualifying Final, 2011 – Cowboys (8) def. by Sea Eagles (42)

Round 9, 2010 – Cowboys (32) def. Roosters (14)

Round 26, 2009 – Cowboys (32) def. Roosters (16)

Preliminary Final, 2007 – Cowboys (6) def. by Sea Eagles (28)

Round 13, 2007 – Cowboys (30) def. by Roosters (64)

Round 21, 2006 – Cowboys (20) def. by Roosters (40)


Sharks Members and fans can purchase tickets to Friday's Preliminary Final clash with the Cowboys by clicking HERE. Quote SHARKS at the checkout to be seated with fellow Sharks Members and fans, as we look to turn Allianz Stadium black, white & blue! 

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.