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    Relief for the Warriors' coaching staff, with key players returning from injury

    Relief for the Warriors' coaching staff, with key players returning from injury


    Centre Euan Aitken and playmaker Chanel Harris-Tavita have both been named on the interchange bench for tomorrow's match against the Sea Eagles in Brookvale.

    Assistant coach Justin Morgan says the pair have trained well and they're both in the mix to play.

    He says in previous weeks, they've picked their team based on who's fit.



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