Player Info

Duane Mann
Date of Birth
90 kg
  1. New Zealand
  2. Tonga
Current Status
New Zealand Warriors Academy and Pathways Manager.
Status Link
Warriors #
Warriors Debut (Date and Match Details)
10th March 1995 vs Brisbane Broncos
Junior Club
Glenora Bears
Signed From
Warrington Wolves
  1. Hooker
Wikipedia Page
Duane Mann, part of the famous Mann league family, started as a Glenora Bear junior. Was selected for the very first Mate Ma'a Tonga International team in 1986. Moved to England to play for the Warrington Wolves in 1989 before being signed by the Auckland Warriors. Returned home and played for the North Harbour Sea Eagles who he captained to win the Lion Red Cup. Played in the Warriors first game in his hooker position but didnt get re-signed after that first season.

Mann still holds the most consecutive games record at Warrington Wolves of 103.
  • 1986 - Mate Ma'a Tonga
  • 1989 - Played for Warrington Wolves, England
  • 1989 - New Zealand Kiwis
  • 1994 - Signed with the Warriors, returned home and played for North Harbour Sea Eagles, New Zealand.
  • 1994 - NZRL Player of the Year
  • 1995 - Played for Auckland Warriors, New Zealand
  • 1996-97 - Mate Ma'a Tonga Head Coach
  • 2003 - New Zealand Rugby League High Performance Director
  • 2006 - Mate Ma'a Tonga Head Coach
  • 2010 - Fiji Bati Head Coach
  • 2013 - New Zealand Warriors Pathways and Academy Manager