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    Warriors assistant coach Stacey Jones is calling on his side's right edge to sharpen up

    Warriors assistant coach Stacey Jones is calling on his side's right edge to sharpen up

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Stacey Jones
    Stacey Jones
    Of their 22 tries conceded this NRL season, 13 have come on the Warriors right side of the field, including four in last week's loss to the Rabbitohs.

    Jones says it's been an area of concern, but players have worked hard this week ahead of tonight's match against the Cowboys.

    He says they have senior players on that side, but they also have to make sure they control the middle.

    Kick off from Mount Smart is at 7:30pm .

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