2009

  1. mt.wellington

    General Auckland/New Zealand Warriors Autographs

    Auckland/New Zealand Warriors Autographs Just gonna slowly work on this in my spare time. I will create another thread for those that want to contribute pics or want to ask questions about signed memorabilia...
  2. mt.wellington

    Player Leeson Ah Mau

    Leeson Ah Mau Round 1 2009 Team List Steve Price will have four first-time Vodafone Warriors with him – including an NRL debutant – when he makes his 300th first-grade appearance in Saturday night’s NRL season-opening clash against Parramatta at Mount Smart Stadium. Just two days after his...
  3. Miket12

    Player Lance Hohaia

    In one of the other threads, I see there's some comment about Lance and his abilities as a #14/bench utility player. Not being able to find a thread on him, I thought I'd start one where people can relate there stories about The Hobbit. Oh, and please don't turn this thread into another debate...
  4. 2009/2010 U20 Home Jersey

    2009/2010 U20 Home Jersey

    Exact same jersey, sponsors and design was used two year straight. Essentially the same jersey as the First Grade squad but with the NYC Toyota Cup badge and a couple different sponsors. Sponsors differences were sleeve sponsor Allied Work Force instead of Lion Red Beer and the lower back...
  5. 2009/2010 U20 Away Jersey

    2009/2010 U20 Away Jersey

    Exact same jersey, sponsors and design was used two year straight. Essentially the same jersey as the First Grade squad but with the NYC Toyota Cup badge and a couple different sponsors. Sponsors differences were sleeve sponsor Allied Work Force instead of Lion Red Beer and the lower back...
  6. 2009 U20 Training Grey Jersey

    2009 U20 Training Grey Jersey

    Same training jersey as the 1st Grades but with different sponsors. First was the different sleeve sponsor. U20's used Allied Work Force instead of Lion Red. Also Samsung was used in place of Loadlift as the lower back sponsor. As far asIm aware there was never a black version for the U20 like...
  7. 2009 Training Black Jersey

    2009 Training Black Jersey

    Part of the two opposite training kits for the year. Both the black and grey were the same design with different colours. These two jerseys were Canterbury of NZ's first purpose made training jerseys for the Warriors and would start a tradition of selling one colour range to the public and...
  8. 2009 Training Grey Jersey

    2009 Training Grey Jersey

    Part of the two opposite training kits for the year. Both the black and grey were the same design with different colours. These two jerseys were Canterbury of NZ's first purpose made training jerseys for the Warriors and would start a tradition of selling one colour range to the public and...
  9. 2009 Away Jersey

    2009 Away Jersey

    2009 would see the return of Canterbury of NZ (CCC) as the clubs official suppliers. With CCC on board and the home and away 3 year time lock for the last Puma design finished the team would run out in new jerseys. The away jersey saw a switch from the grey of Puma for white. Vodafone, Lion...
  10. 2009 Heritage Jersey

    2009 Heritage Jersey

    For the NRL's Round 10 heritage round the Warriors would wear an Auckland inspired jersey. The jersey would also get a run in Round 12 to commemorate the Auckland Rugby League Centenary. Was again used in Round 24 and 25. CHECK THROUGH THE IMAGE GALLERY OF THIS POST TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES...
  11. 2009 Home jersey

    2009 Home jersey

    2009 would see the return of Canterbury of NZ (CCC) as the clubs official suppliers. With CCC on board and the home and away 3 year time lock for the last Puma design finished the team would run out in new jerseys. Still retained the predominately black jersey but switched the grey for white...
  12. Ivan Cleary

    Ivan Cleary

    Manly junior had a great season at fullback while deputising for the injured Matthew Ridge in 1993. Cleary's standout performances earned him a contract with Norths but after being injured in the early part of the season, he made his comeback in the centres because of the good form of rookie...
  13. Siuatonga Likiliki

    Siuatonga Likiliki

    Likiliki played for the Marist Saints and Auckland Lions before being signed by the Warriors. From 2008 to 2010, Likiliki played for the New Zealand Warriors' NYC team, scoring 29 tries in 50 games. In Round 23 of the 2009 NRL season Likiliki made his NRL debut for the Warriors against the...
  14. Isaac John

    Isaac John

    John signed with the New Zealand Warriors in 2007 as an eighteen-year-old. In 2007 he appeared in the NSWRL Premier League for the Auckland Lions as well as playing for the Stallions in the Bartercard Cup. In 2008 he played for the Junior Warriors in the inaugural Toyota Cup and Otahuhu Leopards...
  15. Aaron Heremaia

    Aaron Heremaia

    A Manurewa Marlins junior, Heremaia started his career in 2001 playing for the Hibiscus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard Cup whilst on a New Zealand Warriors development contract. He failed to get picked up by the Warriors. In 2004 Heremaia moved to Australia to play in the NSWRL Premier League...
  16. Lewis Brown

    Lewis Brown

    Brown started his rugby league career playing for the Riccarton Knights in Christchurch. He played junior representative football for Canterbury and was a New Zealand under-16 representative. He debuted for the Canterbury Bulls in the 2005 Bartercard Cup. Brown moved to Sydney, playing for...
  17. Daniel O'Regan

    Daniel O'Regan

    Educated at Kaipara College, O'Regan played for the Mt Albert Lions in the Bartercard Cup as well as spending time at the Manurewa club, before signing with the New Zealand Warriors. In 2008 O'Regan played in the Toyota Cup and was the Junior Warriors inaugural captain. In 2009 he was part of...
  18. Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ta'ai was educated at Tonga College and originally played rugby union. When he moved to Auckland, New Zealand, Ta'ai played for the University club and made the Auckland Rugby Union second XV. The following year, at the suggestion of a friend, he switched codes and joined the Mt Albert Rugby...
  19. Jesse Royal

    Jesse Royal

    Royal was a chef in the Army and played Bartercard Cup for Central Falcons as well as representing Waikato. Royal was signed by the Penrith Panthers but failed to make first grade playing in the NSW Cup in 2004. The following year he signed a 2 year contract with the Knights. Again he failed to...
  20. Joel Moon

    Joel Moon

    Moon was part of the Broncos development system for a number of years before making his debut for Brisbane during the Origin period. That team would be nicknamed the 'Baby Broncos'. Before then he had played for the Australian Schoolboys and Queensland U19 State of Origin teams. Moon decided to...
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