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Chris McQueen gave his thoughts on what was a stunning victory over the New Zealand Warriors in Perth over the weekend in his Fujitsu Post-Match Reaction.

With a mounting injury-toll ravaging the team during the match, McQueen - now a representative back-rower - was forced to move out into the centres and the wing to cover the lack of troops.

But for the well- prepared McQueen, the move was one that he was ready to take on.

"It was a bit of a change to play a bit of centre and a bit of wing I guess" said McQueen.

"But I still do a bit of training there just to make sure that if we do get some injuries - which we did tonight - that I'm ready to go and I can fill in that position.

"Although it's different to what I've been doing, I'm still pretty comfortable with it."

But the same can be said for other Rabbitohs, such as McQueen's fellow back-rower Kyle Turner, who scored a try in the centres on Saturday, while Dylan Walker had the Warriors clutching at thin air when he was moved to fullback to cover the injuries of both Bryson Goodwin and Greg Inglis.

To watch the full interview, please press play on the video player.

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