TWO of the star New Zealand Warrior players are set to miss much of the season after they were injured during training in Tamworth.
The Vodafone Warriors announced on the weekend forward Jazz Tevaga had suffered a knee injury during a training session in Tamworth on Saturday.
Tevaga had to be escorted out of quarantine on Saturday afternoon by Tamworth police for specialist medical scans.
The club announced on Sunday he will be sidelined indefinitely with further assessment needed to establish the full extent of his injury.
The club is in quarantine at the Wests' Mercure Hotel and are training at the Scully Park precinct, which has been closed to the public.
As part of the quarantine rules, the club can only leave the cordoned off precinct to seek medical attention.
It's the second big loss for the team in as many days with senior prop Leeson Ah Mau also out injured.
He joined the side's casualty list on Friday after he tore his pectoral muscle in training.
The club confirmed Ah Mau would undergo surgery in Sydney later this week, which would rule him out of action for four months.
The Warriors have now been in Tamworth for two weeks and are set to leave quarantine on Wednesday.
They had previously extended their quarantine to allow another player to join them, after he arrived in Australia a few days after the official team.
The quarantine was necessary under the federal government's exemption for the team who travelled to Australia after the borders had closed. They're preparing for the NRL season restart on May 28.