Dearden looks forward to Storm challenge 

Dearden looks forward to Storm challenge 
Dearden looks forward to Storm challenge 
Dearden looks forward to Storm challenge

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While he still remains winless at his new club, North Queensland halfback Tom Dearden says he's relishing in greener pastures after his move to the Cowboys.

The 20-year-old was in and out of first grade with Brisbane, before leaving the club in a mid-year switch to the Cowboys on a three-year deal.

Dearden, a Mackay product, has experienced just one win in 2021, a victory over Canterbury in round three.

While he still remains winless at his new club, North Queensland halfback Tom Dearden says he's relishing in greener pastures after his move to the Cowboys

While he still remains winless at his new club, North Queensland halfback Tom Dearden says he's relishing in greener pastures after his move to the Cowboys

'It's a motivating factor every week to go out there and win the game, but the fire in my belly is even more now that it's been a while since I've won,' he said.

'Every week I'm getting more and more comfortable around the group and I think I'm starting to put my

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