Faitala-Mariner

Does anyone know if Faitala-Mariner is signed for next year? Quality young second rower who’d look good in the starting line-up opposite Lawrence and Siro at Lock. Or comming off the bench if they wanted to start with Marty but i reckon Marty is far more effective off the bench.

@Tiger Tim:

Does anyone know if Faitala-Mariner is signed for next year? Quality young second rower who’d look good in the starting line-up opposite Lawrence and Siro at Lock. Or comming off the bench if they wanted to start with Marty but i reckon Marty is far more effective off the bench.

Good eye for cheap talent Tiger Tim. Agree he could be a dominant player.
He is unsigned rumours were linking him to the Bulldogs. I would find it very surprising if the Warriors lost him. They are signing everybody.

Sorry was wrong Warriors have an option on him for 2016

It is a shame this is all we can chase ‘cheap talent’ but we have a few that have turned out all right. Marty and Kevvy go o.k. , hopefully chee kam will join these 2 as rough diamonds next year.

Would love to see him at the Tigers. Shown plenty of ability to date and has a lot of upside.

He is a very good player, I really like him.
Id be surprised if he was cheap, has been a 2 time junior kiwi and a NYC team of the year player who has always been given wraps and has progressed to NRL at the normal rate.

I actually think Lawrence and Sirro have finished the year strong in the back row. I think centres is the real issue for us.

Konrad Hurrell is supposed to be out of favour at the Warriors. Can play centre of in the back row. Probably tied up in some way with options or whatever but if we could get him…… An absolute monster!

@Curaeus:

Konrad Hurrell is supposed to be out of favour at the Warriors. Can play centre of in the back row. Probably tied up in some way with options or whatever but if we could get him…… An absolute monster!

I’m sure they just re-signed konrad this year. Bad move if true.

Read bulldogs were favorites to get him

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