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Raiders on alert for Warriors big farewell


The Warriors may have one foot on the plane back to Auckland but Canberra halfback George Williams says his NRL team can’t afford to take them lightly on Sunday.

The Warriors’ hopes of a finals berth ended with last round’s loss to Cronulla and their skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck said players were counting the days until they could reunite with their New Zealand-based families they left at home in May.

But Williams said that meant the Warriors, who have won three of their past five games, were a danger in the GIO Stadium match.

“They’ve been great for the competition and I’m sure nothing will change on Sunday,” Williams, the England No.7, said.

“They’ve been playing for each other and we’re preparing like they’re going to bring their best…



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