Glen Fisiiahi and Sam Rapira are available to play again after being cleared from the Vodafone Warriors’ injured list.
Both have recovered from knee injuries after last turning out for the club’s New South Wales Cup side.
Fisiiahi was at fullback against Newtown in April while Rapira made his fourth NSW Cup appearance of the year against Wentworthville last month. His only NRL game of the year so far was against Gold Coast on Anzac Day.
Due to be available next week is utility forward Sione Lousi who has been out with a hamstring since his first NRL appearance of the year against Parramatta on May 16.
Vodafone Warriors prop Sam Lisone was on the field only eight minutes before being forced off with a back injury in Saturday night’s 14th-round NRL match against the Sydney Roosters. The extent of his injury is yet to be confirmed.
Veteran hooker Nathan Friend went off after a head knock in the 65th minute but is expected to be available for this Saturday’s clash against his old club Gold Coast. He has passed all tests so far but is continuing to be monitored.
While the Vodafone Warriors’ NRL and NYC teams both play the Titans in Robina on Saturday, the NSW Cup side has a bye.
The club’s three teams are all at home on Saturday, June 27 (#OnesieParty) for NRL and NYC fixtures against Canberra while the NSW Cup team takes on the Mounties (NRL kick-off: 5.00pm; match day sponsor: Flava).
NRL REHAB ROOM
Ben Henry (knee) | Season
Ngani Laumape (knee) | Season
Thomas Leuluai (knee) | Season
Sam Lisone (back) | TBC
Sione Lousi (hamstring) | Round 16