The Warriors have beaten the Kings by two points in the Warriors’ first game in front of their home fans since the NRL’s expansion season.
The Warriors have also been knocked out of the NRL playoffs for the first time since 2003 and have lost six of their past eight games at home.
But with the Sharks at home, they will get a chance to redeem themselves as they try to continue their winning ways.
“We’ve got a big game coming up against the Sharks and it’s a good opportunity for us,” Warriors coach Leon Cameron said.
“Hopefully we can pick up a win or two in that game.”
It’s good for our confidence going into that game.
“The Warriors will look to rebound from a humiliating defeat to Brisbane last Sunday, when they were beaten by 10 points.
They are now three games away from being eliminated from the premiership race.”
I’m very disappointed,” Cameron said of the Kings’ loss.”
The first half of the game they played really well, they were getting up the ground.
You can’t have a couple of guys out there who don’t like each other, they’re going to get themselves into trouble. “
I thought we did a lot of things well, especially our goal-kicking.”
You can’t have a couple of guys out there who don’t like each other, they’re going to get themselves into trouble.
The boys have got to do a better job and it has to start with the line-out, that’s all.
“Warriors winger Brett Morris said the Warriors were the “most competitive” team he had played with in his career, but he also said the Sharks could be “a good challenge”.”
They’re a really competitive team,” Morris said.
I thought they played very well, really good footy.
They’re probably going to be a challenge to beat in terms of footy and we’ve got to be ready for that.
It was good to see our guys on the ground again and get back to playing some good footies and just be out there playing footy.”AAP/ABC