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Vodafone Warriors prop Jacob Lillyman said the torrential rain during Friday night's match against the Melbourne Storm at Mount Smart Stadium was the worst he'd played in.

Talking to Vodafone Warriors TV today, Lillyman said he was now looking forward to playing under Forsyth Barr Stadium's roof in Dunedin when the Vodafone Warriors take on Canterbury-Bankstown on Friday night.

It's an away match for the Vodafone Warriors before they travel to Sydney to face St George Illawarra in the fourth round, returning to Mount Smart Stadium for back-to-back home games against Gold Coast and Parramatta in the fifth and sixth rounds.

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