It’s mate against mate for big clash

The Cairns Post - - NEWS - TOM VOLLING BAT­TLE­LINES have been drawn by two mates in Cairns ahead of the Par­ra­matta Eels and North Queens­land Cow­boys clash to­mor­row night. Mt Sheri­dan res­i­dent Peter Thurstans is a brave man cheer­ing for the Eels in the Far North, but be­lieves it is

Kan­im­bla, has cheered for the Cow­boys since they lost the 2005 grand fi­nal.

“I guess every game is bet­ter to watch with some­one from the op­pos­ing team,” he said.

“It makes it more in­ter­est­ing ... I have been en­cour­ag­ing Peter to get a bet­ter tele­vi­sion.”

Mr Chap­man said the Cow­boys should win if they can mir­ror last week’s per­for­mance.

“Just go in there with the added tough­ness men­tal­ity,” he said. “Not ‘sook­ing’ it up and think­ing you got the game in the bag, then I think we can get over the line.”

I THINK THERE IS PROB­A­BLY MORE FLAK WITH THE BRON­COS AND COW­BOYS. A BIT OF BAN­TER GOES ON IN RE­GARDS TO IT BE­ING A LONG TIME BE­TWEEN DRINKS PETER THURSTANS

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