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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. Apii Nicholls

    Apii Nicholls

    APII NICHOLLS Apii Nicholls Pronunciation: Ah-pee Born: February 26, 1993 Birthplace: Rarotonga, Cook Islands Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Fullback Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2017-2018), World Cup (2017), Cook Islands sevens (rugby union), Cook Islands tag, Counties Manukau Stingrays...
  3. Va'anessa Molia-Fraser

    Va'anessa Molia-Fraser

    VA'ANESSA MOLIA-FRASER Va'anessa Molia-Fraser Pronunciation: Var-ah-nessa Morleeah Born: January 18, 1996 Birthplace: Auckland, NZ Club: Richmond Roses Position: Fullback Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2016, 2017), NRL Nines (2017), Akarana Falcons Occupation: Student, AUT
  4. 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
  5. Miket12

    Player Lance Hohaia

    In one of the other threads, I see there's some comment about Lance and his abilities as a #14/bench utility player. Not being able to find a thread on him, I thought I'd start one where people can relate there stories about The Hobbit. Oh, and please don't turn this thread into another debate...
  6. mt.wellington

    Player Hayze Perham

    Hayze Perham commits to the New Zealand Warriors 21 Sep, 2017 8:00am PROFESSIONAL: Rotorua Boys' High School first XV captain Hayze Perham has signed for NRL side the New Zealand Warriors. PHOTO/STEPHEN PARKER Things might be looking up for the New Zealand Warriors as they have signed a young...
  7. Gerard Beale

    Gerard Beale

    Of Māori descent specifically the Ngāti Ākarana Iwi (tribe), Beale was born in Brisbane, Queensland. He played his junior rugby league for Logan Brothers before signed professionally for the Brisbane Broncos. Beale is a cousin of All Black great Zinzan Brooke. Beale played for the Brisbane...
  8. Zac Santo

    Zac Santo

    Of Indigenous Australian and Vanuatuan descent, Santo was born in Townsville, Queensland and grew up in Charters Towers. He played his junior rugby league for the Charters Towers Miners (and later Townsville Brothers) and attended Blackheath and Thornburgh College. While at Blackheath and...
  9. Henare Wells

    Henare Wells

    Henare Wells was born in Taumarunui, but moved to Sydney at a young age, came through the Roosters system and was the player next to Roger Tuivasa-Sheck in the 2013 NRL media guide on the club's Toyota Cup page. Wells wasn't able to make it into the first grade side at the Roosters and despite...
  10. mt.wellington

    Player Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

    Starting a Roger Tuivasa-Sheck dedicated thread so we can follow his career through news, articles and posts. The other signing one has been too far polluted with posts about the Pom. https://www.nzwarriors.com/threads/roger-tuivasa-sheck-signing-sam-tomkins-release-discussion.41850 Roosters...
  11. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

    Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

    Born in Samoa, Roger was brought up in New Zealand. He attended Otahuhu College where he was selected for the New Zealand Rugby Union Schoolboy team and also captained the Otahuhu College 1st XV. It was while playing for the college's 1st XIII team that won the National Rugby League Secondary...
  12. Bradley Abbey

    Bradley Abbey

    Brad Abbey, at just 17 years of age, is rated one of the club’s brightest prospects. A skilful fullback, he moved from Western Springs College to the renowned rugby league nursery St Paul’s College, setting alight a career which has already seen him attract interest from many other clubs. He...
  13. Omar Slaimankhel

    Omar Slaimankhel

    Slaimankhel was born in Pakistan to Afghani refugees. When he was two years old his family moved to New Zealand. Slaimankhel grew up playing rugby union until he switched codes to join the New Zealand Warriors rugby league development side. He played in the first XV for Auckland Grammar School...
  14. Krisnan Inu

    Krisnan Inu

    A Parramatta Eels junior, Inu made his first grade debut in the 2007 NRL season against the Canberra Raiders. After just one first grade match he was named to play for New Zealand in the ANZAC Day Test against Australia at Suncorp Stadium inBrisbane. The Kangaroos ran out easy 30-6 winners over...
  15. Denan Kemp

    Denan Kemp

    Kemp was spotted by scouts for the Brisbane Broncos playing Soccer and convinced to convert to rugby league. After spending time in the Broncos system he made his NRL debut for the club in 2007 against Manly. He scored a try that game that was voted the 3rd best try of 2007 by nrl.com (Number 1...
  16. Aidan Kirk

    Aidan Kirk

    Aiden was a Newcastle Knights junior but would join the Roosters. As Anthony Minichello's underling he failed to make first grade and would instead play NSWRL Cup with then coach Ivan Cleary. He would eventually captain the side. In 2007 Kirk joined the New Zealand Warriors, reuniting with...
  17. Misi Taulapapa

    Misi Taulapapa

    Taulapapa originally played Rugby Union during his junior years and only switched to league in 2004. Playing Bartercard Cup for Marist Richmond Brothers he would be signed to the Warriors squad. Two years later he would get to debut against the Rabbitohs. Warriors would however rip up his...
  18. Todd Byrne

    Todd Byrne

    Todd Byrne started his professional career with the Roosters. It was while playing for the Roosters that he would be best remembered for his failed cover tackle on Scott Sattler during the 2003 Grand Final loss to the Panthers. Todd played for the Roosters during their 2003 World Club Challenge...
  19. Paul Atkins

    Paul Atkins

    Played one solitary game in the NRL against the Roosters. Made the mistake of running the ball straight back to Adrian Morley twice where he got absolutely hammered on both ocassions. To his credit he bounced up both times earning the praise of then coach Tony Kemp. This from an article on the...
  20. 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...
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