NZ Warriors coach Andrew Webster awed by Dallin Watene-Zelezniak’s tryscoring feats

“I honestly still don’t know if that tackle was high, and I honestly still can’t believe he was able to come from the wing and stop [Kris],” Webster said.

“The scoring is great, but as a winger you get into a lot of situations where you’re outnumbered, you need to find way to stop them, and he’s done that – that’s the most exciting part for me.”

Dallin Watene-Zelezniak scores a spectacular try for the Warriors last monthCredit: Getty

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