The Warriors’ back-to-back wins over Newcastle and the Roosters have silenced critics. Sunday’s 32-28 golden point win over the Sydney Roosters in Gosford showed focus and determination to stay in the fight for victory
“That’s probably the key, mindset and what is needed at what time and the team we are all better in that space and that is driven by Cappy (Andrew McFadden) and his coaching staff,” said Shaun Johnson.
Tuimoala Lolohea assist in Roger Tuivasa-Sheck match-winning try showed his ability to move fast off the mark and break the defence line showed his diversity.
Tuimoala Lolohea says, “He is happy he has been giving it to me for the last couple of weeks for me to set him up. I know he was happy when I managed to give him the ball”.
The NZ Warriors side to face Manly Sea Eagles at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland has been named. Thomas Leuluai is set to play his first game in almost 11 months. Leuluai had his 2015 season ended by an ACL injury in round 10 against the Parramatta Eels.