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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    Warriors backrower Tohu Harris believes there's no ceiling for one of his understudies ahead of tonight's NRL match with the Panthers

    Warriors backrower Tohu Harris believes there's no ceiling for one of his understudies ahead of tonight's NRL match with the Panthers

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Rookie Eliesa Katoa will start in the second row for the fourth straight game, and has averaged 161 running metres and completed 90 percent of his tackle attempts this season.

    Harris says Katoa works really hard and is always trying to improve.

    Kick off in Sydney's at 8.



    America's Cup syndicate Luna Rossa is defending its decision to leave it late to come to Auckland for next summer's regatta.

    The Italian Challenger of Record has opted to stay in Sardinia for the European summer with boats flying to Auckland in late October.

    They will be the last challenger to set up base, but skipper Max Sirena says it makes sense.



    Canterbury Cricket's vacant men's head coaching job has attracted plenty of interest.

    The Association advertised the job after incumbent Brendon Donkers' two year contract ended.

    CEO Jez Curwin says they have over 30 CV's to look through.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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