Warwick Cowboys second division player Scott Fisher is keen to go one place better next season.
Warwick Cowboys second division player Scott Fisher is keen to go one place better next season. Elyse Wurm

Cowboys reel in three brothers for next year

RUGBY LEAGUE: Scott Fisher coached the Warwick Cowboys' second division team to the grand final in his first year in the role and is already thinking about the team going one better in 2019.

"I played in the second-division grand final loss to Millmerran in 2015 and this year we lost to Pittsworth in the grand final,” Scott said.

He confirmed to the Daily News he has applied to coach for a second season and if appointed will have even more reason to go for the premiership trophy next year as a player and coach.

It will be his 10th season at the club and it will be 10 yearssince the Cowboys last won a premiership in any grade.

Scott's brothers, Adam and Shaun, are both set to play for the Cowboys in second-division next season.

Adam represented Australia at the World Cup for defence forces in Great Britain and is now out of the forces and working at Redcliffe. Shaun is also expected to play a few games next season.

After going down in the grand final this year, Scott said the players felt they couldn't finish like that.

While the other grades at the Cowboys are expected to start training before Christmas, Scott expects second division training to start in February. With a number of Killarney players in second division, Scott is keen to see if the Cowboys can play a pre-season game against Killarney.



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