"It pulled up sore the next day, so we got a scan as we normally do and it showed a bit of bone bruising there, so we'll just monitor that over the next little while. "While it's a big blow to lose Taumalolo, who had been in record-breaking form carrying the ball, Green said it provided others with opportunities.The premiership-winning mentor is confident 19-year-old Gilbert will rise to the occasion. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. VIEW ALL PARTNERS Jason Taumalolo could be sidelined for a month after the Cowboys star’s knee buckled in North Queensland’s disastrous 29-10 derby loss to the Broncos on Friday night.
By WWOS staff. Cowboys dynamo Jason Taumalolo is lacking confidence after returning prematurely from a knee injury but has vowed to lead North Queensland out of a slump in his captaincy debut.
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"It pulled up sore the next day so we got a scan as we normally do as a precaution ... We'll just monitor that over the next little while. North Queensland superstar Jason Taumalolo has suffered a knee injury in Friday night’s blockbuster against Brisbane. "He's been in our system for a little while now, each time he's gone up a grade or a step up, whether it be playing Intrust Super Cup or rep footy, he's always handled the step up really well," Green said. The rampaging lock, who ran a whopping 301 metres in Round 1, was tackled awkwardly in the eight minute of the game with the pain immediately showing on his face.Taumalolo had his knee strapped by Cowboys medical staff and played on until he was substituted in the 33rd minute.Cowboys coach Paul Green confirmed post-game it was a “medial issue” but wasn’t sure about the extent of the damage.Green didn’t want to speculate how long Taumalolo might be sidelined for.The Cowboys suffered another injury blow midway through the game with winger Nene Macdonald failing a concussion test at halftime.John Asiata also suffered a concussion but came back on to play, while Michael Morgan appeared to struggle through the second half with a right shoulder complaint.A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Cowboys powerhouse Jason Taumalolo will miss Saturday's clash with Cronulla at Queensland Country Bank Stadium due to bone bruising on his knee. He's been a real professional for a kid his age. North Queensland superstar Jason Taumalolo has suffered a knee injury in Friday night’s blockbuster against Brisbane. "I say it every week, for him it's just about improving on his effort last week. "Veteran forward Gavin Cooper has been named on the bench after missing the victory over Gold Coast with a calf complaint.Green said second-rowers Mitchell Dunn and Coen Hess deserved to keep their starting spots.The coach also said captain Michael Morgan's recovery from a shoulder surgery is "going well", but the halfback is still at least a month away from returning.