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  1. Kodi Nikorima

    Kodi Nikorima

    Kodi Nikorima (born 3 April 1994) is a New Zealand professional rugby league footballer who plays for the New Zealand Warriors in the NRL. Nikorima can play as a halfback, five-eighth, hooker and fullback. He previously played for the Brisbane Broncos and is a New Zealand international...
  2. Wellington Warrior

    Player Kodi Nikorima

    Kodi Nikorima Broncos rocked by Warriors poaching raid of playmaker Kodi Nikorima Peter Badel - The Courier-Mail April 28, 2019 9:09am The Warriors are targeting Kodi Nikorima to solve their playmaking crisis in a move that could end the Brisbane halfback’s career at the Broncos within...
  3. Player Adam Keighran

    Adam Keighran A Journalist from the Western Weekender in Penrith is saying we have signed a reserve grade half from the Panthers Adam Keighran.
  4. Georgia Hale

    Georgia Hale

    GEORGIA HALE Born: August 9, 1995 Birthplace: Auckland, NZ Club: Richmond Roses Position: Halfback/standoff/hooker Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2015-2018), World Cup (2017), NRL Nines (2015-2017), New Zealand touch, New Zealand tag, Akarana Falcons Occupation: Community coordinator, Vodafone Warriors
  5. Hayze Perham

    Hayze Perham

    2014 - NZ Residents U16 2016 - New Zealand Schools Barbarians RU 2017 - Rotorua Boys High School 1st XV captain 2017 - NZ Kiwis U18
  6. Karl Lawton

    Karl Lawton

    Karl Lawton (born 29 November 1995) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League. He plays at halfback, five-eighth, hooker and centre Born in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Lawton played his junior rugby...
  7. mt.wellington

    Player Karl Lawton

    Titans utility signed and two players upgraded Richard Becht Thu 1 Mar 2018, 03:09 PM Gold Coast utility Karl Lawton has today been signed by the Vodafone Warriors while hooker Sam Cook and highly-promising fullback Hayze Perham have had their contracts upgraded ahead of the 2018 NRL season...
  8. Kieran Foran

    Kieran Foran

    Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Foran went to Ellerslie Primary School and played for the Ellerslie Eagles before his family moved to Australia. Foran attended St Ives North Primary School and then went on to attend Marist College North Shore, alongside friend and future Sydney Roosters player...
  9. ToiletDuck

    Player Kieran Foran

    Kieran Foran hoping to secure one-year deal with the New Zealand Warriors 20 hours ago by PAUL KENT Source: The Daily Telegrapy Foran only played a handful of matches for Parramatta this season.Source: News Corp Australia RUGBY league’s lost child, Kieran Foran, is about to escape to the only...
  10. mt.wellington

    Player Ata Hingano

    TEEN SENSATION KEEPS WARRIORS’ HALVES ON NOTICE Written by JOE McDONOUGH, April 23, 2016 THE WARRIORS may be pitting veteran Thomas Leuluai in the halves with Shaun Johnson but if that doesn’t pan out Andrew McFadden has another very strong option in young gun Ata Hingano. Hingano is still...
  11. 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...
  12. Michael Witt

    Michael Witt

    Having played at a number of clubs as a journeyman he would sign a 3 year deal for the Warriors. He would play five-eight with Grant Rovelli in the halves and also was the Warriors first choice goal kicker. His goal kicking was at the time one of the most accurate in the competition. Witts most...
  13. Nathan Fien

    Nathan Fien

    Nathan Fien debuted for the Cowboys in 2000 and a year later he would be playing off the bench for Queenslands State of Origin squad. After playing 93 games for the Cowboys, Nathan signed with the New Zealand Warriors from season 2005 onwards. He later extended his contract until the end of...
  14. Tevita Latu

    Tevita Latu

    Spotted by the Warriors while playing Bartercard Cup for the Brothers team in 2003. He would make his debut that year in Round 13. After 3 seasons of sporadic appearances for the Warriors he would head to Cronulla in 2006 where he would be convicted of assaulting a female and sentenced to 8...
  15. Jeremiah Pai

    Jeremiah Pai

    He was first noticed when playing for the Eastern Tornadoes in the Bartercard Cup before making his NRL debut for the New Zealand Warriors in 2002. After leaving the Warriors he spent time with the Wests Tigers and in Parramatta and Melbourne but could not break into the first grade side...
  16. Vinnie Anderson

    Vinnie Anderson

    Auckland centre, the older brother of Louis and Fraser. Anderson played for Northcote Tigers and Mount Albert Lions in the Auckland Rugby League competition before transferring to East Coast Bays Barracudas to play alongside his father Warrick. His father later coached the Barracudas to the 2003...
  17. Nathan Wood

    Nathan Wood

    Wood was a South's junior but made his first-grade début for Balmain in round 17 of the 1993 season. Between 1993 and 2001 he played for the Balmain Tigers, Sydney Roosters and the New Zealand Warriors in the NSWRL premiership, Australian Rugby League and National Rugby League. Played 17 games...
  18. Motu Tony

    Motu Tony

    Played Rugby Union for De La Salle College before being signed to the Warriors from the Marist Saints. Tough, Western Samoa-born pivot made his Test debut as a fullback for the Kiwis against Papua New Guinea in 2001 in his first season with the Warriors. He played mainly five-eighth for Stacey...
  19. Steve Buckingham

    Steve Buckingham

    Started at Glenora Bears before a match payment dispute saw him play for Mt Albert. Used for 2 games with the Auckland Warriors as injury cover. Now coaches the Mt Albert Premier side in the Fox Memorial. 1997 Auckland Warriors 2003 New Zealand A 2004 New Zealand A Captain
  20. Nigel Vagana

    Nigel Vagana

    Auckland winger/centre, the cousin of Test forward Joe Vagana, played a season with Warrington in 1997 before returning to the Warriors. He was part of the Auckland Warriors Reserve Grade team that lost in the Grand Final to the Cronulla Sharks. In 1999 Vagana (along with captain Matthew Ridge)...
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