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like it ( the knee strapping) stopping me.
“It restricts me from what I normally do and hopefully in this game I’ll have a bit more range.
“And hopefully that can move towards what I would normally do in a game.”
Taumalolo joined his Cowboys teammates back at training yesterday for the first time in a week following an unpre-
is cedented training.
The second- placed Cowboys were given the week off after the win over the Dragons in Wollongong due to the fact they don’t have to play again until Monday evening.
North Queensland players will still get a full five days to prepare for the Sea Eagles clash at Brookvale Oval and Taumalolo said it was import-
from ant they weren’t caught in “holiday mode”.
“We’ve got to blow the cobwebs out before we start to play on Monday and I’m sure our HPU ( high performance unit) team will be up at training this week,” Taumalolo said. “It won’t be too hard ( to snap out of that holiday mode).”
MILESTONE MAN: Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith ahead of his
300th game tomorrow night.