Reece Robson will remain with the North Queensland Cowboys for a further two seasons after club and player agreed on an extension.
Already contracted for 2023, Robson’s game at dummy half has gone from strength-to-strength in the past couple of seasons.
Now a key piece of the Cowboys cog, Robson’s resurgence has come on the back of his durability to play eighty minutes consistently.
Robson’s defensive exploits saw break the Cowboys’ marl for most tackles previously held by Dallas Johnson.
With 64 NRL games over three years for the Cowboys, club General Manager of Football Micheal Luck knows how crucial it was to keep Robson.
“Reece has developed into a cornerstone of our team,” Luck said.
“He brings enthusiasm and intensity every day at training and we believe he is one of the best hookers in the game currently.
“With Reece agreeing to stay for another two seasons we have our entire spine locked up until at least the end of the 2024 season.
“We are really excited to see how Reece continues to develop over the next three seasons.”