Warriors: Fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (leg) and halfback Kodi Nikorima (arm) trained with the rehab group on Wednesday but are expected to return to team training later in the week.
Centre Peta Hiku must pass HIA protocols to confirm his place. With the team now out of the finals running and the loan players departing, plus prop Jamayne Taunoa-Brown suspended, Adam Keighran will start at centre with Hayze Perham replacing George Jennings on the wing.
Lachlan Burr will start at prop with Eliesa Katoa (hand) set to return on the bench alongside debutant Tom Ale. The Warriors have won three of their past five games against the Raiders.
When it does end I'd love to see him working at the club in a welfare/mentor role. He's a great kid so wouldn't just be handing a job to an old boy if he was prepared and willing to do the right courses etc.
no to a job for the boys for Roache, what training does he have to be either a mentor or a welfare worker. Maybe if he goes and gets some skills to go with those life experiences and then applies for the job in later years and hes the best candidate, and if those jobs really exist at the time. But until then it is just jobs for the boys.When it does end I'd love to see him working at the club in a welfare/mentor role. He's a great kid so wouldn't just be handing a job to an old boy if he was prepared and willing to do the right courses etc.
Hope he becomes the 2021 redemption story on the field too but that's a massive if obviously.
Any chance doing all the training but not playing this year strengthens his body and with a full pre-season he's primed for next year, wherever it is he lands?