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Jesse Sene-Lefao was his usual optimistic self today talking ahead of tomorrow's clash with Penrith.

The New Zealand born Samoan belives that the team has put in a strong week of training and is confident the boys can turn their fortunes around. 

“This week's a big turn around for us, it's also a good team for us to play against. They are a top team and I feel that if we can get across the line over there, we can turn our season around.”

The former Penrith junior is excited ahead of the short trip to the west this weekend as he prepares to take on his old club.

“Our team has trained really hard this week, we have been really focused. I am really excited for the game and I know that the boys are as well. Last week was embarrassing for us but we have the opportunity to make amends against the Panthers and that’s why I’m excited.

“We have had a good team talk, everyone has been pushing really hard in training this week and doing the extra work.”

“This Saturday we have the chance to prove just how hard we are working, I’m especially excited for this game. Penrith is my local area so i'll be looking to go back and get one over them."

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