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  1. 1995Warriorsfan

    Player Blake Green

    Finally Confirmed [Signing] Green secured until 2020 Richard Becht Tue 21st November, 09:13AM Seasoned standoff Blake Green has been secured by the Vodafone Warriors on a three-year contract. Signed until the end of the 2020 NRL season, the 31-year-old is moving to Auckland after helping...
  2. Ata Hingano

    Ata Hingano

    Ata Hingano was signed to the Warriors from the Pakuranga Rugby League after being scouted for the Warriors Development team in 2013. He grew up playing in the same team as Bradley Abbey. Hingano played for the Holden Cup team as a 17 year old in 2014 and was 18th man when the team won the NYC...
  3. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

    Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

    Nicoll-Klokstad has scored 16 tries in 37 appearances for the Storm's under-20 side over the past two years and was named Melbourne's under-20 back of the year and also received the Greg Brentnall Young Achievers' Award. The Auckland-born player can play in the halves, centres and fullback, as...
  4. Jeff Robson

    Jeff Robson

    Robson made his NRL debut for the Manly Sea Eagles in 2004 against Cronulla Sharks. After only making 6 appearances in 4 years with Manly, Robson signed for Parramatta Eels at the start of 2009. He played 61 games over 3 years for the Eels. In 2012 Robson joined the Cronulla Sharks on a...
  5. Brett Seymour

    Brett Seymour

    Seymour was a stand out school boy player and was contracted to the Broncos from an early age. He made his NRL with the Broncos in 2002 and played 62 games in 5 seasons for them. In 2006, accusations were made by a female against Brett Seymour over an alleged incident at Brisbane's Regatta...
  6. James Maloney

    James Maloney

    A St Edward’s and North Sydney Bears junior, Maloney joined the Parramatta Eels in 2007 and helped the Wentworthville Magpies win the New South Wales Cup in 2008. In 2009 he moved to Melbourne and played for the Central Coast Storm in the NSW Cup. Maloney made his National Rugby League debut...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. Lance Hohaia

    Lance Hohaia

    Waikato halfback had a sensational debut season with the Warriors in 2002 after represented Northern Districts against the touring French team in 2001. Hohaia grabbed the five-eighth role with both hands but an injury late in the season saw him relegated to the interchange bench in the club’s...
  10. PJ Marsh

    PJ Marsh

    Brisbane Brothers ‘Rookie of the Year’ in 1998 won a trial with P’matta the following year. After capturing a First Division premiership with the club as a halfback, coach Brian Smith utilised Marsh’s quickness around the rucks to good effect as an interchange hooker. The arrival of former...
  11. Jason Bell

    Jason Bell

    A Parramatta junior, Bell made his first grade debut in 1989. He played fifty three games for the Eels before transferring to North Sydney at the start of the 1993 season. However his time at the Bears was not a happy one and he only played one first grade game in the 1993 season. He...
  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. Cliff Beverley

    Cliff Beverley

    Beverley signed for the then Auckland Warriors in 1999. He made his debut in round four, replacing an injured Matthew Ridge. He played 44 National Rugby League games for the club, half of them from the bench. 1995 Waitakere City 1999–2001 Auckland Warriors 2002 Barrow Raiders 2003–2005 Salford...
  14. Martin Moana

    Martin Moana

    After playing with Auckland in the club’s debut season in the ARL he had a nomadic career in England with Halifax, Huddersfield, Wakefield Trinity, Doncaster and Salford. He was a member of the Salford team that won the First Division grand final in 2003. 1995 - Played for Auckland Warriors...
  15. Gene Ngamu

    Gene Ngamu

    NZ five-eighth came to Manly with Graham Lowe in 1992 and was chosen to tour with the Kiwis on the tour of Great Britain and France in 1993-94. Ngamu was sacked by the Sea Eagles when it was learned that he had signed with the Auckland Warriors for 1995 and that he had returned from the NZ tour...
  16. Phil Blake

    Phil Blake

    Manly junior burst onto the league scene as an 18-year-old halfback in 1982. Blake was a brilliant prospect, possessing a perfect chip-kick, with great anticipation and positional play, and was unlucky not to tour with the Kangaroos that year. A try-scorer in Manly's grand final loss to P’matta...
  17. Mason Lino

    Mason Lino

    Lino caught the eye in the club's NYC trials to earn a spot in the 2012 Vodafone Junior Warriors squad. Not many weeks past his 18th birthday, the goal-kicking halfback was called in to make his NYC debut in the second-round clash against Parramatta and finished the season as team's top...
  18. Hitman82

    Player Tuimoala Lolohea

    Hitman82 submitted a new Showcase Item: Tuimoala Lolohea Read more about this showcase item here...
  19. Tuimoala Lolohea

    Tuimoala Lolohea

    A player destined for a big future in the game, Lolohea left his imprint on the NYC in 2013 when, as an 18-year old, picking up 22 tries playing in all of the Vodafone Junior Warriors’ 28 fixtures. His dazzling feet, speed and skill saw him collect the club's TNT NYC Young Player of the Year...
  20. Chad Townsend

    Chad Townsend

    Chad Townsend, a Sydney native, honed his craft in the Cronulla-Sutherland junior league circuit and in 2011 he got the call-up for his hometown Sharks, fulfilling a childhood dream. He made his first-grade debut against the Broncos in June 2011 but he was not able to sustain regular appearances...
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