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  1. mt.wellington

    Player Ata Hingano

    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...
  2. mt.wellington

    Player Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

    Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad Creating a discussion thread for Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad who we signed from the Storm system... Warriors sign Melbourne Storm utility back Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad on two-year deal Last updated 16:18, October 23 2015 The Warriors have made another addition to their NRL...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  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. Aaron Heremaia

    Aaron Heremaia

    A Manurewa Marlins junior, Heremaia started his career in 2001 playing for the Hibiscus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard Cup whilst on a New Zealand Warriors development contract. He failed to get picked up by the Warriors. In 2004 Heremaia moved to Australia to play in the NSWRL Premier League...
  9. 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...
  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. 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...
  12. 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...
  13. 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...
  14. 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...
  15. Ben Lythe

    Ben Lythe

    Hailing from West Auckland, Lythe played for the Mt Albert Lions and Glenora Bears in the Auckland Rugby Leaguecompetition and also played for the Waitakere City Raiders in the national Lion Red Cup. He was part of the team that lost the 1996 Lion Red Cup Grand Final, although he kicked three...
  16. John Simon

    John Simon

    17-year-old schoolboy sensation made his first grade debut with the Steelers in 1990. Strong and fast with a great kicking game, Simon represented City Firsts in 1991-92 and was selected for the NSW side in the latter year. Despite a confident display in a match that the Blues won, Simon was...
  17. Aaron Whittaker

    Aaron Whittaker

    Born in Auckland but raised in Christchurch. Part of the Canterbury team coached by Frank Endacott that dominated local league in the early 90's. Was signed by the Steelers in 1992 where he played 3 games before returning to NZ to play for Canterbury. Went to England for 2 seasons before...
  18. 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
  19. Stacey Jones

    Stacey Jones

    Former Junior Kiwi Test captain made his mark as a 19-year-old halfback in the Warriors’ debut season. The grandson of Maunga Emery, NZ international halfback of the 1960s, Jones was selected in the Kiwis’ World Cup squad at the end of 1995 and was a regular visitor to the Test arena during the...
  20. Greg Alexander

    Greg Alexander

    Penrith's first ‘home-grown’ Test player, Greg Alexander displayed a unique ability during his career to score and set up tries. Fast, with an elusive step and swerve, 'Brandy' Alexander was also a great tactical kicker, a confident goal-kicker and an excellent cover-defender. A star schoolboy...