1. Ian Robson

    Ian Robson

    Raised and educated in Hobart and Melbourne, Ian qualified as a chartered accountant and has used his strong financial background to underpin his progression into the world of sports administration, After time spent in the Accounting profession post the completion of his Economics Degree at...
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    Staff John Monie

    John Monie John Monie was a Standoff who played for his local club on the Central Coast, Woy Woy. After playing in over 100 first grade games for Woy Woy, in 1968 he moved to the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. In 1968, in a game against Newtown, he became the first Cronulla player to score four...
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    Player Denis Betts

    Denis Betts Great Britain forward, a veteran of 30 Test appearances and a three-times Lions tourist (1990, 1992 and 1996), joined his former Wigan coach John Monie at the newly promoted Auckland Warriors in 1995. Betts, who had played with Wigan since 1986, returned to the club in 1998 until...
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    Player Frano Botica

    Frano Botica Former All Black (7 Tests) was an ace goal-kicking winger/fullback during Wigan’s championship reign in the early 1990s. Botica returned to NZ with Wigan coach John Monie in 1995 for the Warriors’ debut season but left only one season and saw out his professional career with...
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    Player Richie Blackmore

    Richie Blackmore Otahuhu Leopard centre/ winger with a background in rugby union appeared in 25 Tests for the Kiwis during the 1990s. Blackmore was signed from Castleford Tigers where he had played since 1991. He missed the opening matches with the Warriors after the overlap of the English...
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    Player Logan Edwards

    Logan Edwards Edwards played for the dominating Canterbury provincial side of the early 1990s alongside such talent as Quentin Pongia,Mike Dorreen, Whetu Taewa and coach Frank Endacott. This side continued its success as the Canterbury Cardinals in the 1994 Lion Red Cup. In 1993 he was...
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    General Syd Eru

    Syd Eru Wellington hooker, a 19-Test veteran for NZ between 1995 and 1998, was a foundation member of the Auckland Warriors in 1995. He was signed as a back up hooker but by the end of the 1995 season he had replaced Duane Mann as the starting hooker. He played 59 games for the Warriors and...
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    Player Joe Vagana

    Joe Vagana
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    Player Jason Mackie

    Jason Mackie INTERCHANGE | JASON MACKIE (#16) Out of the Takahiwai Warriors in Northland, Mackie (born on December 25, 1968) had a truly meteoric rise. He had played for the Northland representative side and New Zealand Maori when he was selected for the Kiwis’ tour to Wales, England and...
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    Player Tony Tatupu

    Tony Tatupu SECOND ROW | TONY TATUPU (#12) A tall ball-playing back rower, Tatupu (born on July 26, 1969), was signed by the Auckland Warriors from the local football scene. Out of the Mount Albert club, he played for North Harbour in the Lion Red Cup in 1994 and also won Kiwi selection...
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    Player Hitro Okesene

    Hitro Okesene PROP | HITRO OKESENE (#10) When it came to the mullet, few players wore it better than Okesene (born on September 22, 1970). Few players ran the football harder than he did either. He was a product of the Manukau club in Auckland – the same club that produced Dean Bell –...
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    Player Gavin Hill

    Gavin Hill
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    Player Greg Alexander

    7. GREG ALEXANDER This ones an easy one. Greg 'Brandy' Alexander wears a few hats as detailed in his Fox Sports profile. Greg Alexander A Premiership-winning captain and living legend of the Penrith Panthers, Greg Brandy Alexander is now one of the most recognised Rugby League and general...
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    Player Gene Ngamu

    Gene Ngamu STANDOFF | GENE NGAMU (#6) Born in Auckland on January 27, 1974, Ngamu played for Marist and Northcote in Auckland before being signed by Manly, then coached by Graham Lowe, in 1992. He made his first-grade debut and nine appearances in all in 1992 and 1993, signed with the...
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    Player Whetu Taewa

    Whetu Taewa
  16. Peter McLeod

    Peter McLeod

    Few New Zealand administrators have helped to change the New Zealand sporting landscape quite as significantly as Peter McLeod did. His sudden death last Wednesday has served to underline the scale of his contribution to not just rugby league – and especially the Vodafone Warriors – but also to...
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    Player Peter McLeod

    Just wanted to offer the McLeod family my deepest condolences for the passing of Peter McLeod. A lot of fans have never heard his name before but if it werent for this mans huge effort we wouldnt have a club representing NZ in the NRL. Simple as that. While it was members of the Mt Albert...
  18. 1995 Warriors Away Jersey

    1995 Warriors Away Jersey

    1995 Warriors Away Jersey Jersey Name 1995 Away Jersey Year/s Jersey Active 1995 Jersey Type First Grade Away Jersey Debut 18th March 1995 vs Illawarra Steelers Jersey Supplier CCC Left Breast Sponsor Auckland Warriors Right Breast Sponsor ARL Main Jersey Sponsor DB Bitter Sleeve Sponsor...
  19. 1995 Warriors Home Jersey

    1995 Warriors Home Jersey

    1995 Warriors Home Jersey The 1995 home jersey would be the Warriors first official jersey. The original logo was designed by Francis Allan from the Advertising company Colenso and was released in August 1992. The first tekoteko featured a straight tongue however Warriors CEO at the time...
  20. John Monie

    John Monie

    Former Sharks pivot came to the club from Woy Woy on the Central Coast. Monie was named Cronulla's Player of the Year in 1969 but left the club to join Newcastle Wests before returning to Woy Woy as captain-coach. Monie went on to become a world-class coach after taking over from Jack Gibson at...