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Ben Woolf’s NYC side have a tough task ahead of them tomorrow afternoon when they face the ninth placed Broncos at Cbus Super stadium.

Fourth to ninth have just two points separating them all and Woolf’s side simply needs to keep winning in order to maintain their spot in the top eight.

It was a 26-all draw last week against the Tigers and Woolf believes his side needs to be better mentally against the Broncos.

“We obviously jumped out to a 26-6 lead at the half-time break but whether the guys thought we had it won or not, I don’t know but we let them back into the game,” Woolf said.

With the Broncos just one position behind, Woolf is expecting a tough match.

“They’ve got some big forwards and they’ll send a lot of traffic our way through the middle I’d say.”

Woolf confirmed that hooker Corey Manicaros would not be fit to take to the field with the ankle issue still causing some concern but the side will welcome the return of lock forward Blake Lenehan. 

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