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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    The Warriors depth chart is expected to be tested again when they face the Melbourne Storm on Anzac day

    The Warriors depth chart is expected to be tested again when they face the Melbourne Storm on Anzac day

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    Stephen Kearney
    Stephen Kearney
    Wing David Fusitu'a will miss the game with a rib injury, while Blake Green trained alone today as he continues to recover from a groin niggle.

    Warriors coach Stephen Kearney says they pulled a couple of injuries out of yesterday's reserve grade match as well.

    He says Sam Lisone strained his hamstring and Ligi Sao hurt his sternum so he'll have to wait and see around their availability.

    Centre Solomone Kata was absent from taining with a sore neck, but is expected to be fit for the Storm game.


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