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  1. 1995Warriorsfan

    Internationals 2019 Oceania Cup

    NZRL get the go ahead for reinvigorated international rugby league proposal New Zealand is set to get a massive injection of international rugby league matches in 2019, with the Great Britain Rugby League Lions tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, and the inaugural Oceania Cup getting...
  2. Hardyman's Yugo

    Internationals Great Britain 2019 Tour

    Great Britain to go back on the road with 2019 southern hemisphere tour • RFL announces details of first recognised Tests since 2007 • Lions will face New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Tonga Aaron Bower Mon 4 Mar 2019 14.39 GMTLast modified on Mon 4 Mar 2019 18.17 GMT Great Britain’s Karl Pratt...
  3. mt.wellington

    Internationals Mate Ma'a Tonga

    League: Jason Taumalolo confirms international allegiance remains with Tonga 13 Jun, 2018 8:08pm Jason Taumalolo has committed his international playing future to Tonga. Photo / Getty Images Jason Taumalolo will not be playing for the Kiwis again any time soon. The 25-year-old forward has...
  4. mt.wellington

    Internationals TONGA RLWC 2017 Campaign

    TONGA RLWC 2017 Campaign Mate Ma'a Tonga
  5. Siuatonga Likiliki

    Siuatonga Likiliki

    Likiliki played for the Marist Saints and Auckland Lions before being signed by the Warriors. From 2008 to 2010, Likiliki played for the New Zealand Warriors' NYC team, scoring 29 tries in 50 games. In Round 23 of the 2009 NRL season Likiliki made his NRL debut for the Warriors against the...
  6. Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ta'ai was educated at Tonga College and originally played rugby union. When he moved to Auckland, New Zealand, Ta'ai played for the University club and made the Auckland Rugby Union second XV. The following year, at the suggestion of a friend, he switched codes and joined the Mt Albert Rugby...
  7. 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...
  8. Tevita Latu

    Tevita Latu

    Spotted by the Warriors while playing Bartercard Cup for the Brothers team in 2003. He would make his debut that year in Round 13. After 3 seasons of sporadic appearances for the Warriors he would head to Cronulla in 2006 where he would be convicted of assaulting a female and sentenced to 8...
  9. Richard Villasanti

    Richard Villasanti

    A Junior Kiwi, Villasanti was included in the wider Tonga squad for the 2000 World Cup but did not play in the tournament. Canberra junior found form as an interchange forward with the Warriors after two moderate seasons with the Tigers. Villasanti was used from the interchange bench in the...
  10. Talite Liava'a

    Talite Liava'a

    Liava'a is one of a handful of players to have played in two World Cups, representing Tonga in 1995 and 2000. At the 1995 World Cup he was twenty four and playing for the Litchfield Bears when picked by coach Mike McClennan. After his exposure in England at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup...
  11. Frank Watene

    Frank Watene

    Frank Watene was part of the Warriors development system for 4 years before his debut. He would play his one and only match for the Warriors on the last round of the 1998 season and be released by the club that year. 1998 Auckland Warriors 1999–2001 Wakefield Wildcats 2002–2003 Dewsbury Rams...
  12. Awen Guttenbeil

    Awen Guttenbeil

    Auckland backrower represented Tonga in 1995’s World Cup competition before being graded with the Warriors. Guttenbeil was chased by several professional clubs after an Auckland Development Tour of Australia in 1993 and ended up moving to Sydney at the age of 17 to sign for the Manly-Warringah...
  13. Duane Mann

    Duane Mann

    Duane Mann, part of the famous Mann league family, started as a Glenora Bear junior. Was selected for the very first Mate Ma'a Tonga International team in 1986. Moved to England to play for the Warrington Wolves in 1989 before being signed by the Auckland Warriors. Returned home and played for...
  14. Siliva Havili

    Siliva Havili

    After impressing as a junior with the Manurewa Marlins, Havili came through the Vodafone Warriors’ development system to make his NYC debut in 2011. He displayed moments of brilliance throughout his rookie year in the hooker position, scoring nine tries as he appeared in each of the Vodafone...
  15. Raymond Faitala-Mariner

    Raymond Faitala-Mariner

    Educated at Edgewater College, the highly promising back rower made his NYC debut as an 18-year-old in 2012 and went on to make six appearances. He made rapid progress the following year, establishing himself as a wide-running second rower. Faitala-Mariner strung together three exceptional...
  16. Sam Lousi

    Sam Lousi

    Sam Lousi was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He is the younger brother of Sione Lousi who plays international rugby league for Tonga. A Bay Roskill Vikings and Richmond Rovers junior, Lousi was educated at St Paul's College in Auckland. He played for the New Zealand Warriors Toyota Cup squad...
  17. Sio Siua Taukeiaho

    Sio Siua Taukeiaho

    Taukeiaho is of Tongan descent and played for the Otara Scorpions in 2010 before being signed by the New Zealand Warriors. He played in the 2011 Toyota Cup winning Junior Warriors and was named in the Junior Kiwis that year. He made his first grade debut in round 26 against the St. George...
  18. Feleti Mateo

    Feleti Mateo

    Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Mateo is of English and Tongan descent. Mateo attended Westfields Sports High School until Year 10 and then moved to Terra Sancta College. During this time he played for the Dundas Shamrocks and Lalor Park Kookaburras before being signed by the Parramatta Eels...
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