Tigers clash with Cowboys in Indigenous Round match

Bula scores his first ever NRL try against the Cowboys in Indigenous Round

LeagueNews.co | Nick Loken

The Wests Tigers are gearing up to face off against the Cowboys in Townsville this Friday night, as the NRL showcases Indigenous Round.

The Tigers are itching to put an end to their seven-game losing streak, while the Cowboys are riding high after breaking a five-game losing streak with a win over the Rabbitohs in Magic Round.

Memories of their last trip to Townsville, where they suffered a humiliating defeat, still linger for the Tigers.

However, they are choosing to focus on their last Indigenous Round showdown with the Cowboys, where they put on a dazzling display of eleven tries and 66 points on a memorable night at Leichhardt.

Both teams have undergone significant changes since their last encounters in 2024, so past performances may not be indicative of what to expect this Friday.

The Tigers have been forced to make some changes in their lineup, with both centres, Justin Olam and Brent Naden, serving one-match suspensions.

In the fast-paced world of Rugby League, anything can happen on the field.

The Tigers will need to dig deep, channel their inner champions, and play their hearts out to secure a much-needed victory against the Cowboys.

It's all up for grabs in this high-stakes showdown, and fans can expect a thrilling clash between these two fierce competitors.

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