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The Vodafone Warriors will need to get past third-placed Newtown to snap a run of losses in Saturday’s 23rd-round Intrust Super Premiership match at Henson Park in Sydney.

Despite going down to bottom-placed Newcastle last week, the Vodafone Warriors have retained seventh place in a packed points table.

Entering the second to last round of the regular season, they’re on 22 points with the Wyong Roos, who are eighth on points for and against.

Danger lurks just below, though, with the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles ninth on 21 and the North Sydney Bears and Wentworthville both on 20.

The Vodafone Warriors are away to the Bears in the final round so victory in at least one of the last two matches will be critical to ensure they play finals football.

The Vodafone Junior Warriors have another tough assignment. After a heavy loss to competition leader Newcastle last week they’re away this week to second-placed Cronulla.

 

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

VODAFONE WARRIORS v NEWTOWN JETS
3.00pm, Saturday, August 18
Henson Park, Sydney

VODAFONE WARRIORS

1 HAYZE PERHAM
2 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
3 BLAKE AYSHFORD
4 ANTHONY GELLING
5 JUNIOR PAUGA
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 MASON LINO
8 PATRICK SIPLEY
9 KARL LAWTON
10 CHRIS SATAE
11 MATIU LOVE-HENRY
12 KING VUNIYAYAWA
13 JAMES BELL (c)
Interchange:
14 SAM COOK
15 TOM ALE
16 PAEA MANUKIA
17 PRESTON RIKI
18 REECE CHARLIE

COACH | JOHN TEINA


JERSEY FLEGG CUP

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS v CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS
5.05PM, Saturday, August 18
Southern Cross Group Stadium, Sydney

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KAYAL IRO
2 HARLEY MAYNARD
3 ANTONIO POUA
4 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
5 EDWARD KOSI
6 PAUL TURNER
7 EIDEN ACKLAND
8 JUNIOR PUA
9 TAANE PAKI
10 WESLEY VEIKOSO
11 KAKOI TOGOIU
12 TYLER SLADE (c)
13 PHILLIP MAKATOA
Interchange:
14 EMANUEL TUIMAVAVE-GERRARD
15 LOTU INISI
16 HARVEY TUPOUNIUA
17 CALEB PESE
18 CARLOS HENRY

COACH | RICKY HENRY

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