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The young Roosters have recorded a fantastic win over the Warriors, even without star playmaker Samisoni Langi.

A determined solo effort from prop Shaquille Blair opened the scoring.

The big prop wrestled over three defenders and reached out to put the home side up by six early.

Two quick tries including a polished backline movement finished off by Ken Maumalo then crept the visitors in front.

Desperate to get back on top, the Tricolours started to dominate field position and finally turned their dominance in to points.

Despite a miscalculated pass to start the play the ball end up in the hands of halfback Tyler Cornish who had little choice but to put the ball in the air.

With no one else there it was up to backrower Jack Siejka to dive in the air and he did so brilliantly to lock the scores up.

A brilliant cutout pass from half Tyler Cornish minutes later set up winger Jack Goodsell in the corner to have the Tricolours in front by six.

A mistake in the in goal gifted an wweasy Warriors try at the start of the second.

The next period of play was an absolute arm wrestle with both sides trying to exert their dominance.

A stroke of luck gifted Blair his second of the night when he dived on an awkwardly bouncing grubber kick.

Wells then showed great athleticism diving over after coming off the bench to extend the Tricolors lead.

Two more quick tries against the run of play then gifted the Warriors the lead with ten minutes remaining.

With just two minutes left on the clock Cornish proved the hero calmy slotting a field goal to seal the result.

Wells then made it a double after the siren to secure the result.
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