STEFAN March is expected to continue his Super League education against Hull FC tomorrow (Sunday).
With the ongoing Martin Gleeson saga showing no signs of reaching a conclusion, 20-year-old Marsh is expected to get another shot to press his claims for a regular spot in Warriors’ first home game of their Super League title defence.
Marsh played against Salford last Friday, on the day that rumours emerged that Gleeson had been sacked by the club for disciplinary reasons.
Coach Michael Maguire is continuing to remain tight-lipped about Gleeson’s future. But there is no doubt the drama has presented Marsh with a first-team shot – and Maguire admits the emergence of the former St Pat’s amateur is cranking up the pressure for places.
The Australian said: “Stefan and Josh (Charnley) came into the side last week and played very well and they’re putting pressure on the other blokes. They can both play wing or centre, Stef is probably more comfortable in the centre.