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NRL continues as Bulldogs played with Cowboys

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The NRL carries on as Canterbury Bulldogs played with North Queensland Cowboys in an empty  83.500 capacity ANZ Stadium.

The Cowboys prevailed, as Jason Taumalolo put in an incredible display to help them win.

The Tonga international made an outstanding 306 metres, giving North Queensland their first victory of the season.

Lachlan Lewis had opened the score for the Bulldogs, however 22 unanswered points put the Cowboys ahead of the break as Coen Hass, Scott Drinkwater, Ben Hampton and Taumalolo all crossed.

Renouf To’omag scored just minutes after the break to give the Bulldogs hope, but a Valentine Holmes penalty goal extended the lead further before Christian Crichton’s late score.

That leaves the Bulldogs, who had Dallin Watene-Zelezniak sin-binned, without a victory after two games.

Source- Total Rugby League

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