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Dylan Watten-Zelzenik watched the birth of his dogger, Lola, on FaceTime.
Warriors winger. Delaney Watten-Zelzenik. See you for the first time in a few weeks.
The Kiwis captain and his wife have decided that the whole family should move to Queensland, and after two weeks of administrative isolation for Pordy and his three children, Watin Zelzenik will finally meet Lola, who was born last month.
“Things are going a bit crazy in New South Wales, so it would be better for them to come upstairs and stay in a place that is very safe and I will meet my daughter,” Watin Zelzenik said on Thursday.
Purdy was very pregnant when NRL rushed to Queensland to escape the growing coveted crisis in Sydney, and Watan-Zelzniax called for Dylan to travel with his Warriors teammates and leave the rest of the family behind. Give
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He watched the birth of his daughter on FaceTime, which no doubt had mixed feelings, but he is worried about the opportunity to hold Lola in his arms for the first time in a few weeks.
Waten-Zelzeniak said he has now decided to come to Queensland instead of going to New South Wales at the end of the season, as he felt it had given him more options on what to do next.
As many as 681 new cowardly cases were reported in New South Wales on Thursday.
“We don’t know what’s going to happen to us at the end of the season and where we’re going,” said Vatin Zelzenik.
“If I go back to New South Wales after the season, I probably won’t have a chance to go anywhere else, even in Queensland or New Zealand.
“So we decided to come here and be isolated, so if anything happens we are with the team and we go together.”
Vatin Zelzenik said the family would be staying at the club’s base on the Gold Coast after the Warriors’ season ended, but he was not sure what they would do next.
“I don’t know what’s going on, we’ll get the word out in the next two weeks,” he said.
“But now all I know is that we will have a roof over our heads and the best thing about it is that we will live together, no matter where we are.”
Hamilton-born Witten Zelzenk would love to return to New Zealand for Christmas, but he thinks it can’t go straight ahead.
“We hope this is a plan,” he said.
“But like the last two years, Covid is unpredictable and we’re lucky to be in a good place here.
“There are a lot of people around the world who don’t have that much good, so we’re counting our blessings.”
Meanwhile, Watin-Zelseniak is back in the Warriors squad for Sunday’s big game against the Broncos.
The Warriors are on a three-game winning streak, although Watan-Zelseniak was suspended for a 24-10 win over the Bulldogs last weekend as he sought to end the conduct charge contrary to the NRL’s court ruling. Had failed .
It was a decision that Viten-Zelzenyak found difficult to swallow.
“There was nothing in it,” he said.
“The judiciary can be unpredictable at times, I guess they have a job to do and unfortunately it was not in my favor.”
The hopes of Sunday’s victory and the Warriors’ final are still alive, lost and too much to bear. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.
“I think that’s something you have to tap into,” he said.
“For me, it gives me a little extra knowing that we have a chance to make the final.
“I always keep the glass half full, so I’ll take it whenever we get the chance.”