Chris Enslow and Paul Cantwell will play for Warwick Cowboys against Aspley tomorrow night at Father Ranger Oval.
Chris Enslow and Paul Cantwell will play for Warwick Cowboys against Aspley tomorrow night at Father Ranger Oval. Gerard Walsh

Cowboys primed

AFTER playing all his rugby league in the Queanbeyan area, five-eighth Chris Enslow will play his first game for the Warwick Cowboys tomorrow night against Aspley at Father Ranger Oval.

Enslow was invited to play in Warwick by A-grade coach Gary Lawrence and has trained with the club for a fortnight.

"This is an opportunity to play with a good club, I wanted a change," Enslow said.

In his under-17 and U18 days with Queanbeyan Blues, Enslow was in the same team as Canberra star Terry Campese.

Campese was five-eighth and Enslow fullback.

"I learnt patience from playing with Terry: He slows the game down to the pace he wants," Enslow said.

The Cantwell brothers are both training hard for the season ahead and want to be in the top grade.

Craig prefers hooker but will play anywhere in A grade.

Younger brother Paul was starting halfback in all but two Cowboys games last season and wants a spot in the halves somewhere.

He acknowledges with 2010 halfback Trent Achilles also signed, there will be plenty of competition for spots.

"It will make us work hard at training," Paul said.

"Our forward pack looks bigger than last year."

The first game tomorrow is an U16 development game at 3pm followed by U18 and reserves games and A grade at 7pm.


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