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    The Warriors have been awarded back to back home games at Mount Smart Stadium to kick off the 2021 NRL season

    The Warriors have been awarded back to back home games at Mount Smart Stadium to kick off the 2021 NRL season

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    However the season opener on March 13th against the Gold Coast Titans and following week's match against Newcastle is dependent on a Trans Tasman bubble being operational.

    CEO Cameron George says they will have to decide in the next couple of weeks whether to commit to a three month block across the Tasman.

    But he says their plans to play their only warm up game against their first opponents won't change.



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