Evolution of Jason Taumalolo continues with North Queensland Cowboys

But now, at age 28, ball-playing has been added to Taumalolo’s previous bash and barge remit, and Payten is owed an apology or two.


Champion Data has Taumalolo touching the ball 20.2 times a game in 2022 – more than last year’s average of 18 possessions but otherwise on par with his past five seasons.

But Taumalolo’s 138 passes (almost six a game) this year are easily the most of his career, as are the five line-break assists and three try-assists, all while playing six to eight fewer minutes per game than previous years.

The Cowboys are infinitely more dangerous for it.


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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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