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Beleaguered Tigers manager Michael Maguire says half-back Luke Brooks is still capable of the NRL and rep football success that has eluded him so far in his career.

“One thing Brooksy does is he keeps showing up, he’s one of our best coaches, he does everything he does to be his best,” he said. to reporters on Thursday.

The Tigers were ejected from the park on Sunday by Newcastle, and it will be well and truly panic stations if they cannot lift tonight against a winless Warriors side at Campbelltown Stadium.

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“You need certain things to continue in the game. We were on the back foot [against Newcastle]our attacking group, we made so many mistakes, and as a half-back you need a few things to follow your path,” Maguire said.

Brooks has had to deal with the label of being the next big thing in the NRL since his debut season in 2012 – but his coach believes it’s never too late for him to reach the heights that many expect were waiting.

“I can see it [playing representative football], and I repeat it every year since I’ve been here. We have to make sure that as a team we are all performing because you tend to find most of the players that make rep teams are on those teams that are quite successful and at the top. We have to fight to make sure we can achieve that.”


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