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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    The Warriors are banking on having better-rested bodies than their next opponents

    The Warriors are banking on having better-rested bodies than their next opponents

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    They face the Panthers on Friday, after beating the Dragons in their first game of the revamped NRL season.

    By contrast, Penrith have endured a 90-minute battle against the Knights, ending in a 14-all draw, with a day's less rest.

    Warriors hooker Karl Lawton says it gives them an advantage.



    Prop Agnatius Paasi has taken an early guilty plea and will miss the match due to a dangerous contact charge on Dragons' playmaker Corey Norman.



    The Warriors are 12th on the ladder - the Eels and Raiders top the table on six points with three wins apiece after as many rounds.

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