Former Warriors gun set to trial with Sea Eagles


There are reports coming out of Manly that the Sea Eagles have offered former Kiwi International Kevin Locke a train-and-trial spot with the former Warriors fullback set to play in Manly’s trial matches in 2017.

If all goes well, Locke will become a full-time member of the squad.

The dynamic custodian has had his fair share of troubles away from the field after a tumultuous stint in the English Super League.

Locke left the Warriors in mid-2014 to sign with Wakefield but a string of off-field incidents led to Locke walking away from the Super League altogether.

“Former New Zealand international Kevin Locke is hoping to play in Manly Warringah’s trial matches in February as he looks to revitalise his NRL career” the club said in a statement.

“The 27-year-old full-back/winger played 89 matches for the NZ Warriors (2009-14) before playing in the English Super League with Salford Red Devils and Wakefield Trinity.”

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