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Townsville Bulletin - - SPORT - NICK SMART

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.

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