Broncos trio passes fitness test with no penalty
Kurt Warner (Broncos) has passed the fitness test
Broncos captain Adam Blair is also back in action after suffering a groin injury in round one.
Warner, who played six games after sustaining the injury against the Broncos, was in good spirits and optimistic ahead of Saturday’s match.
“That’s something you’ve got to 바카라look after for your rehab,” he said.
“You’ve got to be as focused as I was last week and not think you’ll be too much of an offside, or be the culprit.
“I’ll go out there and give it everything that I’ve got for my first game. I know I can do that.
“Just 더킹카지노go out there and make those plays I’m sure will put us in a good place.”
Wigan-to-Pune Warriors match-winner Jordan Kahu is still without ankle ligament damage.
Warner said he was still considering what his options were with the injury.
“At the moment, I can’t quite predict what might happen,” he said.
“When it happens, I don’t have an exact time yet in the training room. I’ll just keep at it.”
Warner was replaced by Brad Takairangi, who played at halfback.
“When you look at how Jordan played in the match [against the Broncos] against us, and how he’s played at the moment, it should be no surprise that he’ll be back,” Blair said.
media_camera Matt Moylan played at centre with Kurt Warner 우리카지노playing at halfback.
Moylan was also the starting loose forward, while Anthony Milford played a dummy half with Jordan Kahu and Matt Moylan played behind the two-quarterback mix.
The back-up pairing of Kahu and Warner were selected at the end of last week’s game.
Taken from the bench, Blair replaced Joe Greenwood in the opening quarter at the MCG after the veteran centre went under the knife to repair damage to his right knee.
Taranaki-born Moylan, who won a record five Super League titles with the club and was a key part of the Broncos’ premiership win, is playing with Parramatta on an early injury-affected stint.
“It’s frustrating when the injury goes, but after he played, I couldn’t get him at full strength,” Moylan said.