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Titanic Struggle

The sun was out, the Royal New Zealand Navy Band were playing and Our Rightful Home was abuzz with a sense of excitement and occasion. The Holden and NSW cup sides had played their part, romping to easy victories, and there was a general feeling around the ground that, of all days, this was to be a day to enjoy. When the Titans hung off David Fusitu’a after just two minutes, it was all going as scripted.


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Time To Deliver

Okay Warriors, time to show us what you’re made of. Forty-minute performances won’t cut it anymore. You’re better than that. We all know it. We’ve known it for a long time. We can see it in the 96% completion rate in the first half against the Eels. We can see it in this brilliant attacking move against the Broncos. Continue reading Time To Deliver

It’s Not That Easy Being Green

I have to admit, I didn’t expect Canberra to put up that much of a fight. I know it was away from home. I know we gave up a second-half lead in Round One against the Knights. Maybe recent memories of thumping the Raiders by 50 got the better of me, but I expected to sit back, relax and enjoy the try-fest. Continue reading It’s Not That Easy Being Green

Second Half Knightmare

So the Warriors lost a Round 1 game. Again. Slow starters. Can’t win away from home. Same old story.

Should we be surprised? Probably not.

Should the Warriors faithful panic? Not yet.

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