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  1. Crystal Tamarua

    Crystal Tamarua

    CRYSTAL TAMARUA Crystal Tamarua Pronunciation: Tar-ma-roo-ah Born: July 30, 1995 Birthplace: Auckland Club: Richmond Roses Position: Second row/loose forward Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2017), Cook Islands (2017), World Cup – Cook Islands (2017), Akarana Falcons Occupation: Postie, NZ Post
  2. Masuisuimatamaalii Tauasa-Pauaraisa

    Masuisuimatamaalii Tauasa-Pauaraisa

    MASUISUIMATAMAALII (SUI) TAUASA-PAUARAISA Masuisuimatamaalii Tauasa-Pauaraisa Pronunciation: Sue-ee Toe-ar-sah Par-wah-rye-sah Born: October 30, 1987 Birthplace: Motootua, Samoa Club: Linwood Keas (Christchurch) Position: Second row/loose forward Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns wider squad (2018)...
  3. Laura Mariu

    Laura Mariu

    LAURA MARIU Laura Mariu Pronunciation: Mar-ree-oo Born: December 2, 1980 Birthplace: Auckland, NZ Club: Manurewa Marlins Position: Loose forward/halfback Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2000-2018), World Cup (2000, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2017), NRL Nines (2015, 2016, 2017), Counties Manukau Stingrays...
  4. King Vuniyayawa

    King Vuniyayawa

    2015 - Manukau Stingrays 2015 - NZ National Premiership Champions
  5. Joseph Vuna

    Joseph Vuna

    Rep. Honours:NZ Secondary Schools, Counties Manukau Stingrays 17s
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    Player James Bell

    James Bell Junior Warrior Bell banned for spitting incident Chris Barclay Aug 21 2014 PHOTOSPORT IN HOT WATER: Junior Warriors forward James Bel. Junior Warriors forward James Bell will not play again this season unless his team qualifies for the Holden Cup finals series after he was found...
  7. James Bell

    James Bell

    'Jimmy' has come through the Vodafone Warriors' system, making his mark with the Papakura Sea Eagles to earn the opportunity to play NYC football in 2014. He impressed throughout the season as a rugged back rower culminating in him playing in the club's grand final-winning side. No longer...
  8. Jazz Tevaga

    Jazz Tevaga

    Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, Tevaga is of Samoan, Maori and European descent. Tevaga played his junior football for the Burnham Chevaliers in Christchurch and Papakura Sea Eagles in Auckland and he attended Papakura High School, where he played in the 2013 National Secondary School...
  9. Ligi Sao

    Ligi Sao

    Sao played his junior football for the Manurewa Marlins in the Auckland Rugby League competition. He was then signed by the New Zealand Warriors, playing in the 2012 Toyota Cup for the Junior Warriors. In 2013 Sao signed with the Manly Sea Eagles. Sao played in both the 2013 Holden Cup and the...
  10. Sam Lisone

    Sam Lisone

    Lisone has quickly become a dominant force in the game. Emerging out of Tangaroa College, he started to gain traction as a prop with the Otahuhu Leopards. With his imposing frame, Lisone consistently brought his physicality on both sides of the game, shedding tacklers on attack and shutting...
  11. Lewis Brown

    Lewis Brown

    Brown started his rugby league career playing for the Riccarton Knights in Christchurch. He played junior representative football for Canterbury and was a New Zealand under-16 representative. He debuted for the Canterbury Bulls in the 2005 Bartercard Cup. Brown moved to Sydney, playing for...
  12. 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...
  13. Leeson Ah Mau

    Leeson Ah Mau

    Ah Mau went to school at De La Salle College and started playing rugby league with the Papatoetoe Panthers before moving to Otahuhu and played in Auckland Rugby League competitions. While playing for Otahuhu, Ah Mau was selected for the Tamaki Titans in the Bartercard Cup. Ah Mau played for the...
  14. Sonny Fai

    Sonny Fai

    Fai played only one senior game for his junior club, the Mangere East Hawks, before being promoted to the Counties Manukau Jetz in the Bartercard Cup. A Warriors development player since 2003, he later played for the Auckland Lions in the 2007 NSWRL Premier League and the Junior Warriors in the...
  15. Corey Lawrie

    Corey Lawrie

    Corey was signed by the Warriors from the Canterbury Bartercard team. He would go on to play only 4 games for the club in 2007. After being released by the Warriors, Lawrie joined Doncaster in National League Two in England. In 2009 Lawrie returned to Christchurch and his junior club, the...
  16. Micheal Luck

    Micheal Luck

    After playing Australian Schoolboys rep footy in 1999 Luck would make his NRL debut for the Cowboys in 2001. Luck would play 76 games for the Cowboys, mostly from the bench, before signing for the Warriors. In his first season for the Warriors, 2006, Luck managed to play every single NRL game...
  17. Louis Anderson

    Louis Anderson

    His junior clubs were the East Coast Bays Barracudas in Auckland and the Taniwharau Rugby League Club in Huntly. Played for the Warriors alongside his brother Vinnie Anderson. Would stay for 4 seasons racking up 67 matches before moving to Warrington Wolves where he would again hook up with his...
  18. Karl Temata

    Karl Temata

    Played for Hibiscus Coast and Cook Islands in the 2000 RLWC before getting a contract with the Warriors. Would play mostly at prop or second row and off the bench. After playing 52 games for the Warriors in 4 seasons he signed for the Harlequins RL (known as London Broncos now) where he would...
  19. 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...
  20. 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...
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