ellerslie eagles

  1. mt.wellington

    Player Aaron Lester

    Aaron Lester Aaron Lester left the Warriors and ended up at Whitehaven where became a club legend. Also Workington was the final port of call for Hitro Okesene who still lives in the area...
  2. Logan Swann

    Logan Swann

    Logan Swann was signed in 1994 as a Warriors development player. He played Warriors Colts in 1995 and Warriors Reserves in 1996. He was selected by his Reserves coach Frank Endicott, who was also coaching the Kiwis, to represent his country in 1996. He stayed with the Warriors for seven...
  3. Aaron Lester

    Aaron Lester

    The Ellerslie junior was signed to the Warriors as a development player. He would play 3 games at hooker for the Auckland Warriors in 1996 but wasnt re-signed for the 1997 season. He signed with Whitehaven RLFC after a Super League contract with Wigan fell through. Lester was enticed there by...
  4. Doc Murray

    Doc Murray

    A Ellerslie Eagles junior, Murray was picked up by the Warriors after playing for the Auckland City Vulcans. After a horror run of injuries to the Warriors starting fullbacks, Gene Ngamu and Marc Ellis, Doc was selected to make his debut in 1996 against Manly in a game they lost 10-22. He spent...
  5. Glen Fisiiahi

    Glen Fisiiahi

    From a well-known Auckland rugby league family, Glen Fisiiahi was given a brief taste of NYC football in 2009, making three appearances in the squad. In 2010, Fisiiahi became a first-choice player for the Vodafone Junior Warriors, scoring 20 tries in 26 matches in the team’s memorable...
  6. Player Glen Fisiiahi

    Source: https://www.sportal.co.nz/league-news-display/fish-hooks-debut-112227
  7. Player Logan Swann

    Logan Swann From www.nzherald.co.nz By Michael Brown Logan Swann will finish his first-grade career in the place it all started after he signed a one-year deal with the Warriors yesterday. The 31-year-old second-rower was signed because of a lack of experience in the back row following...