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The Sydney Roosters Under 20s side will be out to make it three from three in when they face the Broncos today, after opening their 2013 account with wins against Souths and the Warriors.

Although they may sit on top of the Holden Cup ladder after the first fortnight of matches this season, it's the way in which it's happened that's got people talking.

A last-minute conversion from the sideline in Round 1 to beat their arch-rivals from Redfern, followed by two tries in the dying stages at Eden Park in Auckland has seen them start their year in one of the most spectactular ways seen since the NYC's inception five years ago.

This week, however, coach Paul Green has told that he's keen to see his side "continue to improve on what they've been working on at training and keep building the combinations out on the field."

Their opponents are coming off a 12-point loss to the Dragons, last weekend, and will be out to ensure they don't drop further down the ladder having claimed a win in Round 1 against the Sea Eagles to leave them at just one win after the opening two rounds.

Roosters skipper Rhyse Martin has been in devastating form down the right-edge for the Tricolours so far this season and last weekend claimed himself a double, but it's the man inside hjim that has everyone talking.

Samisoni Langi, the Roosters five-eighth who trained alongside the NRL squad over the summer and featured in both of their trial wins before the regular rounds got underway, has formed a lethal combination with his halfback Tyler Cornish and is guiding the young Chooks around the park as if he's been playing top-grade football for years.

It's certainly set to be another exciting affair at Allianz, so get there early and catch a glimpse of the next generation of superstars.

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Kick Off - 5.15pm

Gates Open - 5.00pm
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