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    Warriors chief executive Cameron George insists Maori All-stars coach David Kidwell is okay with the club's decision to withhold three players from the match

    Warriors chief executive Cameron George insists Maori All-stars coach David Kidwell is okay with the club's decision to withhold three players from the match


    Kidwell asked for, and was denied the services of Tohu Harris, Kodi Nikorima and Chanel Harris-Tavita for the February 20th fixture.

    Josh Curran and Jamayne Taunoa-Brown will play for the Indigenous All Stars.

    George says the three players not attending are too vital to take away at a crucial juncture of pre-season, given they have limited time together compared to other sides.

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