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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    It could be Warriors veterans, not their youngsters, showing the effects of last week's demoralising defeat at the hands of the Sea Eagles

    It could be Warriors veterans, not their youngsters, showing the effects of last week's demoralising defeat at the hands of the Sea Eagles

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    The Mount Smart club surrendered a handy halftime advantage in the 38-32 NRL loss.

    They'll look to bounce back against the Parramatta Eels tomorrow afternoon.

    Assistant coach Craig Hodges says their young players haven't felt the impacts of the loss, which may surprise some.



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