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  1. BeastMode

    General 2019 Rugby World Cup

    We ok to talk in here boys? Who’s watching? France Argentina - close game Biff up at the end there, good way to finish off.... Looks like a good tournament- something league needs to aspire to but too many idiots running our show
  2. NZWarriors.com

    General Rugby World Cup 2015

    Rugby World Cup 2015 match fixtures schedule
  3. Mark Robinson

    Mark Robinson

    First rose to prominence for the North Harbour Colts and New Zealand Colts side in 1995. Mark would go on to play in the top side as well as Auckland Blues in the Super 12 competition. He would go on tour with the All Blacks in 1997 and be recalled in 2001. In 2003 he signed to play rugby...
  4. Matthew Ridge

    Matthew Ridge

    Deadly-accurate goal-kicker came from NZ 's junior All Black ranks to play with Manly in 1990. Ridge impressed immediately at fullback and within six first grade matches, he was playing for NZ in a qualifying World Cup match against Great Britain. One of the most consistent goal-kickers in the...
  5. Mark Carter

    Mark Carter

    Signed from the Auckland Blues during the Warriors early fascination with signing All Black players. The Mark Carter experiment would largely be a failure and he would be the last All Black straight from Rugby that the club would sign. 1991-98 - New Zealand All Blacks 1996 - Played for...
  6. Marc Ellis

    Marc Ellis

    Ellis started playing rugby for Otago before gaining selection for the All Blacks in 1992. A wiry winger (he crossed for 6 tries when NZ beat Japan 145-7 in a 1995 World Cup qualifier. At the end of the 1995 season Ellis switched to league to play for the Auckland Warriors where he joined his...
  7. 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 Castleford in...
  8. John Kirwan

    John Kirwan

    ‘All Black’ legend with a record 63 RU Test matches to his credit changed codes to play for the Auckland Warriors in 1995. The grandson of Jack Kirwan, who represented the Kiwis after changing codes in 1926, and the cousin of former Test captain Mark Graham, Kirwan made his RU Test debut in 1984...
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