mangere east hawks

  1. Ofahiki Ogden

    Ofahiki Ogden

    Odgen played for Mangere East Hawks and made New Zealand rep teams right throughout the age groups. The big second rower underlined his durability by appearing in all but two of the Vodafone Warriors’ 27 NYC games in 2015. Ogden was given a contract by the club to the end of 2017. 2012 New...
  2. ramraider78

    General 2016 Auckland Rugby League Competition

    Auckland Rugby League's Fox Memorial Competition kicks off this week - Hopefully a different club wins it.
  3. 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...
  4. Anthony Seuseu

    Anthony Seuseu

    A Counties Manukau Heroes player in the Lion Red Cup, in 1998 Seuseu played for the Mangere East Hawks in the Auckland Rugby League competition. Seuseu then joined the Hibiscus Coast Raiders, playing in New Zealand's Bartercard Cup. He toured Australia with the New Zealand Residents in 2000...
  5. Jonathan Smith

    Jonathan Smith

    A junior from the Mangere East Hawks, Smith was a Junior Kiwi in 1998. He was then signed by the Auckland Warriors in 2000. While at the Warriors he played in the Queensland Cup for Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Brisbane Souths due to a feeder agreement between the clubs and also played for the...
  6. Jerry Seuseu

    Jerry Seuseu

    A Mangere East Hawks junior, Seuseu represented the Counties Manukau Heroes in the Lion Red Cup in 1995 and 1996 before joining the Auckland Warriors where he was named Reserve Grader of the Year in 1997 in a side that lost the Reserve Grade Grand Final. Seuseu then became a stalwart in the New...
  7. Agnatius Paasi

    Agnatius Paasi

    Born in Tonga, Paasi moved to New Zealand when he was three years old. At age 17, Paasi moved to Australia on a scholarship to play for Keebra Park State High School where they won the Arrive Alive Cup in 2009. He also played some Australian rules football for the school. He was offered a...
  8. Sebastine Ikahihifo

    Sebastine Ikahihifo

    Ikahihifo presented a challenge for commentators when he first appeared on the NYC scene in 2009 and again when he made his NRL debut late in the 2012 campaign. Boasting explosive speed as a wide-running second-rower, he has a huge capacity for work on both attack and defence. A big minutes...
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