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    The Warriors NRL campaign could get skittled by the Australian government's new closed-border laws, which look set to lock out many of the players' families who aren't citizens

    The Warriors NRL campaign could get skittled by the Australian government's new closed-border laws, which look set to lock out many of the players' families who aren't citizens

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Stephen Kearney
    Stephen Kearney
    There had been plans to fly them over from New Zealand to serve a 14-day isolation period.

    The Warriors are in camp on the New South Wales coast and will face Canberra on Saturday.

    Coach Stephen Kearney says any participation beyond that is in limbo.

    However, he says the players are keeping themselves occupied.

    Kearney's been asked on The Late Show with Matty Johns what his players have been up to...



    On the field... Jason Taumalolo has had the most powerful game by a forward since 2007 to help North Queensland beat Canterbury 24-16 in the NRL's first closed-doors match.

    He's run 304 metres across the game in front of a crowd of 240, excluding himself.

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