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  1. mt.wellington

    Player Jason Temu

    Jason Temu Temu grew up in New Zealand and played for the Marist Saints in the Auckland Rugby League. In 1994 he followed his coach, Stan Martin, to the Counties Manukau Heroes in the new Lion Red Cup competition. After several strong seasons with the Heroes he was offered a professional...
  2. Richard Agar

    Richard Agar

    Richard Agar (born 20 January 1972) is an English professional rugby league coach who is the former head coach of the Leeds Rhinos in the Super League and a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s. He played at club level for the Dewsbury (Rams) (two...
  3. mt.wellington

    Staff Richard Agar

    Richard Agar Experienced Agar signed as assistant coach from 2023 Richard Becht & photosport.nz Wed 3 Aug 2022, 01:00 PM Experienced Super League coach Richard Agar will join the Vodafone Warriors on a two-year deal as an assistant coach from next season. The 50-year-old Agar’s coaching résumé...
  4. Player Ligi Sao

    Ligi Sao Looks like Ligi Sao is heading here next year according to Peter Peters on radio sport a few minutes ago. Apparently he played here in the juniors. Can anyone shed some light on the type of player he is a what position he could play??
  5. Shaun Berrigan

    Shaun Berrigan

    Brisbane centre/five-eighth partnered Allan Langer in the Broncos line-up until moving to half in 2003. After a season of moderate success, coach Wayne Bennett moved the tough, nuggetty backline player to the centres after Darren Lockyer shifted to five-eighth in 2004. Berrigan made his Test...
  6. Wade McKinnon

    Wade McKinnon

    McKinnon made his debut for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2002 after they were re-admitted back into the competition. After two years at South Sydney McKinnon moved to Parramatta but he would spend most of his time playing lower grade footy with the Eels preferring to go with Luke Burt...
  7. 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...
  8. Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki was signed from the Glenora Bears and made his professional and Warriors debut in 2004. During his Warriors career he was used mainly as an interchange player, starting only ten games in sixty nine appearances. A player who was noted for his often brutal tackles he would become...
  9. Sione Faumuina

    Sione Faumuina

    Auckland forward spent a season with the Raiders before returning ‘home’ to play with the Warriors in 2002. Faumuina was left out of the club’s grand final squad in 2002 but a more consistent season, especially coming off the interchange bench, saw him selected as five-eighth in the one-off Test...
  10. Iafeta Paleaaesina

    Iafeta Paleaaesina

    Although his surname is often written with an apostrophe in the middle (between the 2 letter "a"s), this is incorrect. Played league for his High School Penrose College (now known as One Tree Hill College) he helped them make giant strides in the Auckland Secondary Schools competition. A sport...
  11. 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...
  12. Jason Temu

    Jason Temu

    Temu grew up in New Zealand and played for the Marist Saints in the Auckland Rugby League. In 1994 he followed his coach, Stan Martin, to the Counties Manukau Heroes in the new Lion Red Cup competition. After several strong seasons with the Heroes he was offered a professional contract to play...
  13. Carlos Tuimavave

    Carlos Tuimavave

    Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Tuimavave is of Samoan descent and played his junior football for the Mount Wellington Warriors while attending St. Patricks School and Sacred Heart College, both in east Auckland. Tuimavave is a cousin of former New Zealand Warriors, Newcastle Knights and Hull...
  14. Player Carlos Tuimavave

    I'd be interested to hear your guys thoughts on him. Gets untold wraps but tbh I don't see what all the fuss is about. In last years finals I thought he was over shadowed by meads and the year before it was Johnson pulling out the big plays when they were needed. Must admit I was shocked by...
  15. Player Aaron Heremaia

    Aaron Heremaia Pork & Garlic Sauce: https://www.sportal.co.nz/league-news-display/heremaia-feels-heat-116245
  16. Player Shaun Berrigan

    Shaun Berrigan RUMOUR: Berrigan > Warriors So, yeah. Not confirmed until the confirmation has been confirmed, but yeah...thoughts?
  17. Player Motu Tony

    I heard around the traps that he got injured during the Superleague Grand Final - is he going to be able to play in the Melbourne test or the Tri Nations at all? How bad was it? If he is ruled out then this is trully the most unlucky Kiwi squad ive ever seen in terms of injuries fingers...
  18. Player Iafeta Paleaaesina

    Iafeta Paleaaesina Price is going outstandingly in my humble opinion. He was brought here to do a job, get 150 metres, make 20 tackles a game. He does it. The Warriors mistake in terms of variation was allowing Iafeta Paleaaesina to leave. Price, Wiki and Paleaaesina were a terrific trio...
  19. General Brett Seymour

    Brett Seymour Broncos terminate seymour and costigan/s contracts well both gone effective immedately. they won't be playing for the clydesdales either for the rest of the year. https://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/411749/812339
  20. Player Wade McKinnon

    Wade McKinnon Just heard from Danny wieldlier on the footy show Webb is looking to go the union and the warriors to chase Wade Mcinnion from PARRA. This guy is pretty much always spot on as he gets hes info. from the clubs, players and player managers themselves. What are your thoughts. Who...