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    Warriors playmaker Blake Green is playing down the extent of a hamstring injury and believes he'll be ready to go for round 1 of the NRL

    Warriors playmaker Blake Green is playing down the extent of a hamstring injury and believes he'll be ready to go for round 1 of the NRL

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Green will be tasked with partnering a youngster in the halves this year following the departure of Shaun Johnson.

    He says it's really nothing to worry about.

    He says there's a bit of concern but it's been made bigger than it is.

    Green is unlikely to play the first trial game but it is unclear if he will be fit for the second and final trial game against the Wests Tigers on March 2nd in Whangarei.

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