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  1. mt.wellington

    Gameday Warriors vs Cowboys Gameday Chatter [Round 6, 2019]

    Warriors vs Cowboys Gameday Chatter [Round 6, 2019]
  2. mt.wellington

    Pick Your Team Pick Your Team 2019 Rnd 6 - Warriors vs Cowboys

    Pick Your Team 2019 Rnd 6 - Warriors vs Cowboys After the Round 5 game against the South Sydney Stadium do you want to see any changes for the Round 6 game against the North Queensland Cowboys at Mt Smart Stadium. Promotions? Demotions? Any new injury concerns? Any returning players? Any...
  3. mt.wellington

    General 2015 GRAND FINAL Day Discussion Thread

    2015 Grand Final Day team lists NRL.com Tue, Sep 29, 2015 - 05:00PM Official team lists for the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final, the State Championship Grand Final and the under-20s Holden Cup Grand Final. NRL GRAND FINAL: BRONCOS V COWBOYS – SUN 4 OCTOBER, 7.15PM, ANZ STADIUM...
  4. NZWarriors.com

    Gameday NRL 2015 - Rnd 24 - Warriors vs Cowboys Gameday Chatter

    NRL 2015 - Rnd 24 - Warriors vs Cowboys Gameday Chatter Warriors v Cowboys preview Wed 19 Aug, 2015, 1:00pm By Corey Rosser, NZ Correspondent New Zealand Warriors v North Queensland Cowboys Mount Smart Stadium Saturday 7.30pm (NZT) As the Cowboys set their sights on a maiden minor...
  5. NZWarriors.com

    Post Match NRL 2015 - Rnd 24 - Warriors vs Cowboys Post Match Discussion

    New Zealand Warriors 16 vs 50 North Queensland Cowboys Thoughts? Man of the Match? How did Mason Lino go on debut? How did Tuimoala Lolohea go? Dominique Peyroux go ok at centre? Konrad Hurrell come back with the desired effect. Centre or in the pack? Did the bench have the desired effect...
  6. NZWarriors.com

    General Pick Your Team Rnd 24 - Warriors vs Cowboys

    Pick Your Team Rnd 24 - Warriors vs Cowboys After the Round 23 game against the Penrith Panthers at Sportingbet Stadium in Penrith do you want to see any changes for the game against the North Queensland Cowboys at Mt Smart Stadium? Promotions? Demotions? Any new injury concerns? Any...
  7. Leeson Ah Mau

    Leeson Ah Mau

    Ah Mau went to school at De La Salle College and started playing rugby league with the Papatoetoe Panthers before moving to Otahuhu and played in Auckland Rugby League competitions. While playing for Otahuhu, Ah Mau was selected for the Tamaki Titans in the Bartercard Cup. Ah Mau played for the...
  8. Brent Tate

    Brent Tate

    Tate, the brother-in-law of former Warriors captain and Australian Test forward Steve Price, was graded by the Broncos from Redcliffe in 2001. The straight-running centre had an amazing 2002 season – making his State of Origin debut for Queensland in the drawn series before being chosen as an...
  9. George Gatis

    George Gatis

    Gatis originally played for the Wests Panthers, Brisbane team in the Queensland Cup before joining the Cowboys in Townsville. He would play 24 games in 3 seasons but a broken arm followed by a knee reconstruction would have Gatis out of the game for several years. When the New Zealand Warriors...
  10. Grant Rovelli

    Grant Rovelli

    After playing as a North Queensland Cowboy junior, Rovelli moved to Sydney and signed with the Roosters. He would play for the Premier Team and win the Grand Final in 2004. The New Zealand Warriors signed Rovelli before the 2006 season. Head Coach Ivan Cleary had previously coached Rovelli...
  11. Kevin Campion

    Kevin Campion

    Veteran Queensland forward, originally from Sarina, started his career with the cash-strapped G’Coast club in 1992. After four years with the Seagulls, Campion moved to St George where he was a member of the Dragons’ team that went down to Manly in the 1996 grand final. The ARL originally...
  12. David Myles

    David Myles

    David was originally signed to the South Queensland Crushers but after he couldnt get any game time he was signed to the Gold Coast Chargers where he made his debut against the Broncos in 1998. After the Chargers franchise folded he headed to the Sharks in 1999 but again couldnt get game time...
  13. Jason Death

    Jason Death

    Nuggety player who was picked up cheap and proved to be a worth every cent. Won the Warriors Player of the Year award during his first season with the team. Played for the Warriors mainly at hooker but was known to fill in at lock. Went on to sign for the Rabbitohs and called it a day in 2004...
  14. Lee Oudenryn

    Lee Oudenryn

    Made his debut for the Eels shortly after his switch from playing soccer. A noted speedster, Oudenryn gained a reputation as the fastest player in rugby league when he defeated Great Britain winger Martin Offiah, generally regarded at the time to be the fastest player, by half a metre in a...
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