Warriors still Winless, too early to write-off

Warriors have not yet to deposit a win after two rounds of 2013 rugby league championship. It is with certain that the Warriors and their management teams are tirelessly trying to stop the continuity of their losing streak.

It is too early to write-off the Warriors but they do need to lift up their performance to gain respect from other teams as well as supporters. The players are capable of displaying high quality rugby but they must find the rhythms of winning a game.

They have been stumbled for almost every game last year and they were excused for losing their top players because of injuries. This year they start with top players but yet to find the right note. Nevertheless there is hope still hanging around in the players’ heart wishing for a quick return of luck. As the young center Conrad Harrell’s only wish.

Anyway the oldies like the captain Simon Mannering, Lewis Brown, Sam Rapira, Manu Vatuvei and the pocket-rocket Kevin Locke are still fighting hard in the front line.

The new head coach Mathew Elliott believes the team got talents which took them the grand finale of 2011 competition.

Understandably their lack of continuity denies them from achieving what they deserve as they believe. They only need to put themselves together and perform with positive attitudes then we will witness to those exceptional talents, the new head coach believes.

Shaun Johnson is believed to be one of the most unpredictable playmaker and Konrad Hurrell is still predicted to be the scoring machine when the Warriors find their feet down on the ground.

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