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    The Warriors have confirmed two players have stayed in Auckland as the rest of the team settles in to Tamworth in New South Wales.

    Centre David Fusitu'a delayed his departure on compassionate grounds.

    Hooker Nathaniel Roache told the team he was feeling unwell, and was subsequently tested and told not to go to the airport.

    Club CEO Cameron George says Roache has not been in contact with other players or staff.

    The were given permission to base themselves in Australia by the Australian Government to help with the NRL's resumption.



    'We're behind you, but you have to make changes.'

    That from New Zealand Rugby after Sir Bill Beaumont's re-election as the Chairman of World Rugby.

    NZR Chair Brent Impey says despite voting against Sir Bill, they will get behind him on the condition there will be fundamental change.




    Impey says there have been no changes for a number of years around revenue sharing or eligibility laws.



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