New Zealand coach Ivan Cleary will eagerly await the results of scans on prop Sam Rapira’s injured wrist.

Rapira suffered the injury while captaining the Warriors in Saturday night’s rugby league trial victory over Queensland Cup side Burleigh at Whangarei.

In a match originally scheduled to be against the Sydney Roosters, the Warriors cruised to a 30-0 win on the back of a double to nippy fullback Kevin Locke.

Recruit Krisnan Inu also found the tryline, while young outside back Glen Fisiiahi continued to impress the coaching staff by scoring yet another try.

But the biggest news was the wrist injury to Rapira, who sat on the bench for the bulk of the second half.

“He didn’t even know about it (during the game), in fact he didn’t even know about it after the game … it wasn’t until he woke up on (Sunday) morning,” Cleary told AAP.

“I’m not sure how to take that, Sam’s a pretty tough guy, so I’m not too sure how to take that.

“We’ll just have to cross our fingers on that one.”

The club will find results early in the week, with Rapira’s availability for next weekend’s trial match against Manly in doubt.

It will be the Warriors’ fourth trial, after earlier matches against New Zealand and Parramatta, but Cleary believes it will be advantageous in the early rounds of the competition.

Most teams limit their trial matches to the two required by the NRL, but the Warriors added a fourth to raise funds for the Pike River mine disaster relief fund.

“Initially I wasn’t sure if I wanted four, but with the size of the squad we had and the fact that everyone was playing, it’s worked out really well,” Cleary said.

“I’ve been pretty happy with a lot of guys actually, certainly there’s some pretty keen competition for places.

“We’ve been lucky, we’ve had just about everyone available to play.

“And probably the most pleasing thing I guess is the young guys, we’ve had four or five young guys from the NYC (national youthcompetition) last year and how advanced they are at getting ready to play NRL.

“That’s the benefit of having the 20s (age competition) in for a few years now, that’s been a really good thing. ”