Glenn Hall will get the chance to become the Toyota Cowboys’ next 100-game player after today extending his contract with North Queensland until the end of the 2015 season.
The 33-year-old forward will start the new season on 95 matches for the Cowboys and is just seven games away from reaching 200 overall in his NRL career.
One of the most durable players in the competition, Hall has played at least 23 matches in each of his four seasons with North Queensland and hasn’t played less than 20 games in a year since 2006.
“I’m very excited to have agreed to a contract for next year,” Hall said.
“I’ll be able to get myself focused and ready for 2015 now and hopefully help the Cowboys go just that little bit better.
“The opportunity to be involved with the club in the 20th anniversary year was a part of why I wanted to stay on and there’s a couple of personal goals for me to reach as well.
“To be able to play 100 games for the Cowboys would be pretty special.”
Hall’s re-signing for NQ today comes on top of the signing of Test and Origin prop Ben Hannant from Brisbane and Northern Pride player of the year Ben Spina earlier this week.
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