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Vodafone Warriors winger David Fusitu'a flying to score against the Rabbitohs in Perth this year. Image |

Four players have come off the Vodafone Warriors’ injury list in the last week.

Veteran prop Sam Rapira (hamstring) and Konrad Hurrell (knee) both made their returns through the New South Wales Cup and NRL teams last weekend.

In his first outing since the trials in February, Rapira came through two stints and a total of close to 60 minutes without any issues in the clash against the Wyong Roos last Sunday.

Hurrell, who had been sidelined since injuring his knee against Newcastle on March 7, played the full 80 minutes against Melbourne on Easter Monday.

Tomorrow David Fusitu’a (shoulder) and Ken Maumalo (hamstring) line up for the New South Wales Cup side, Fusitu’a for the first time since offseason surgery while Maumalo last played in the trials in February.

Set to make his return in the next week or two is outside back Glen Fisiiahi (shoulder) and fullback Sam Tomkins (knee) is targeted to come back in round 7-9.

Back rower Ben Henry (knee) is out for the season and outside back Ngani Laumape (knee) is sidelined indefinitely. He was named to make his return against Melbourne but was ruled out after some soreness in the knee after training last week.


Glen Fisiiahi (shoulder) | Round 6-7

Ben Henry (knee) | Season

Ngani Laumape (knee) | Indefinite

Sam Tomkins (knee) | Round 7-9

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