Veteran forward Glenn Hall has re-signed with the North Queensland Cowboys, further beefing up their pack for the 2015 NRL season.
North Queensland have again beefed up their pack, re-signing veteran backrower Glenn Hall for another NRL season.
The same week they snapped up ex-Broncos forward Ben Hannant and Queensland Cup star Ben Spina, the Cowboys have extended Hall’s contract to give the backrower a chance to crack the 200-game barrier.
Hall, 33, will start the new season on 95 matches for the Cowboys and 193 overall.
Considered one of the NRL’s most durable players, 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.
“To be able to play 100 games for the Cowboys would be pretty special,” Hall said.