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New Zealand Warriors look to bounce back from their disappointing performance last week when they face the winless Manly Sea Eagles to launch Super Saturday in Christchurch.
Manly take a home game across the Tasman as Christchurch plays host to their NRL Round 3 encounter against the Warriors on Saturday.
After a dismal 2018 campaign, things haven’t gotten any better to kick off 2019, despite the return of favourite son Des Hasler as coach.
Manly were blown off the park in the opening round by the Tigers, and although they clawed their way back against the Roosters and lost by a respectable 26-18 scoreline, that had more to do with the terrible weather than the Sea Eagles genuinely troubling the reigning premiers.
The Sea Eagles do receive a massive boost for this clash, with Origin star Tom Trbojevic coming back into the side at fullback after missing the start of the season through injury.
However, if Manly are to start making an impact, they need Daly Cherry-Evans to step up and play like a $10 million player. Safe to say, he hasn’t come close to fulfilling that price tag.
Meanwhile, the Warriors failed to build on their enormous win over the Bulldogs in the opening round, slipping to a lacklustre 34-6 defeat to the Tigers last week.
Inconsistency has always held the Warriors back, and judging by their first two performances this season, it could be a problem once more in 2019.
Despite the heavy loss, coach Stephen Kearney has opted to stick with the same 17 players for this encounter.
Manly have dominated the Warriors in recent meetings, winning their last seven encounters until the Kiwi club snapped the streak with a 34-12 win in Christchurch in their last clash in Round 14 last year. It’s a tough match to call – both teams were poor against the Tigers, but the Warriors should have plenty of emotion playing in Christchurch considering the tragic events of a couple of weeks ago – I’m backing the ‘away’ side to emerge victorious.
Sea Eagles: 1 Tom Trbojevic 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Moses Suli 4 Brad Parker 5 Reuben Garrick 6 Kane Elgey 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Addin Fonua-Blake 9 Apisai Koroisau 10 Martin Taupau 11 Joel Thompson 12 Curtis Sironen 13 Jake Trbojevic
Interchange: 14 Manase Fainu 15 Jack Gosiewski 16 Corey Waddell 17 Toafofoa Sipley Reserves: 18 Brendan Elliot 19 Trent Hodkinson 21 Kelepi Tanginoa 22 Lloyd Perrett
Warriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c) 2 David Fusitu’a 3 Peta Hiku 4 Solomone Kata 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Adam Keighran 7 Blake Green 8 Agnatius Paasi 9 Issac Luke 10 Bunty Afoa 11 Adam Blair 12 Tohu Harris 13 Lachlan Burr.
Interchange: 14 Jazz Tevaga 15 Sam Lisone 16 Leeson Ah Mau 17 Isaiah Papali’i. Reserves: 18 Gerard Beale 20 Ligi Sao 21 Karl Lawton 22 Chanel Harris-Tavita