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Harry Newman shares ominous message to the rest of Super League

Harry Newman and David Fusitu’a were pictured in training for the Leeds Rhinos yesterday morning as the duo get ready to strike up a partnership on what will be a potent attacking threat.

Fusitu’a arrived at Headingley earlier in the week following his move from the New Zealand Warriors whilst Newman has recovered superbly from a double leg break injury.

That means that both men are now ready and raring to go ahead of the 2022 Super League season.

Fusitu’a himself became a global star in 2017 when his hat trick stunned the Rugby League world as Tonga defeated New Zealand in the World Cup and he was only the 24th player in the Warriors history to make 100 appearances for the club. He finished as top try scorer in the NRL in 2018 with a remarkable 23 tries and has now signed a two-year deal at Headingley.

The decision to join Leeds, however, was one he could not turn down.

“It was a big decision for myself and my family, we were there for a long time at the New Zealand Warriors,” Fusitu’a told Rhinos TV.

“To leave a lot of people that I’ve grown up knowing was difficult, but I couldn’t wait to be here and be part of this great club.

“It’s awesome, it’s got facilities as good as I have ever experienced.

“It’s good to be finally here and getting comfy with my little family and I can’t wait to get on the training pitch and meet the boys.”

And, both Fusitu’a and Newman looked incredibly pumped as they took direction from head coach Richard Agar during a training session.

Newman posted: “Linking up with me new partner in crime,” tagging Fusitu’a in the photo.

The duo could well be the greatest centre-wing partnership in 2022.

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