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  1. Langi Veainu

    Langi Veainu

    LANGI VEAINU Langi Veainu Pronunciation: Lung-ee Vee-eye-nu Born: November 3, 1993 Birthplace: Auckland Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Wing Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2016-2018), NRL Nines (2016, 2017), Counties Manukau Stingrays Occupation: Mother
  2. Aieshaleigh Smalley

    Aieshaleigh Smalley

    AIESHALEIGH SMALLEY Aieshaleigh Smalley Pronunciation: Ah-eee-shar-lee Born: September 23, 1991 Birthplace: Auckland, NZ Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Prop Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2017-2018), World Cup (2017), NRL Nines (2017), Counties Manukau Stingrays Occupation: Mother 'Eesha' is a...
  3. Apii Nicholls

    Apii Nicholls

    APII NICHOLLS Apii Nicholls Pronunciation: Ah-pee Born: February 26, 1993 Birthplace: Rarotonga, Cook Islands Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Fullback Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2017-2018), World Cup (2017), Cook Islands sevens (rugby union), Cook Islands tag, Counties Manukau Stingrays...
  4. Onjeurlina Leiataua

    Onjeurlina Leiataua

    ONJEURLINA LEIATAUA Onjeurlina Leiataua Pronunciation: On-jar-lee-nah Lay-a-toe-ah Born: December 1, 1995 Birthplace: Auckland, NZ Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Centre/second row Rep Honours: Counties Manukau Stingrays Occupation: Warehouse assistant, Tupperware
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    Player Joseph Vuna

    Joseph Vuna 'Play hard for me and mum' - proud Tongan father sends touching message to teen ahead of Warriors debut Joseph Vuna's father has sent a touching video message of good luck to his son who has a chance to make his debut in the NRL tonight, after being named on the extended bench...
  6. Joseph Vuna

    Joseph Vuna

    Rep. Honours:NZ Secondary Schools, Counties Manukau Stingrays 17s
  7. ramraider78

    General 2016 Auckland Rugby League Competition

    Auckland Rugby League's Fox Memorial Competition kicks off this week - Hopefully a different club wins it.
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    Player Sam Lisone

    Sam Lisone Just a thread to chart the career of Sam Lisone through articles and posts... NRL prop Sam Lisone coming of age at the New Zealand Warriors DAVID LONG Last updated 05:12, August 14 2015 GETTY IMAGES Sam Lisone has been a go-to man for the Warriors this season. There was a...
  9. 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...
  10. Ruben Wiki

    Ruben Wiki

    Auckland centre (Otahuhu) came to Canberra in 1992 after representing the Junior Kiwis and NZ Maoris. Wiki's form as Mal Meninga's centre partner in 1994 made him one of the hottest properties in the game but the disclosure that he had signed a letter of agreement to play with the Auckland...
  11. Paul Atkins

    Paul Atkins

    Played one solitary game in the NRL against the Roosters. Made the mistake of running the ball straight back to Adrian Morley twice where he got absolutely hammered on both ocassions. To his credit he bounced up both times earning the praise of then coach Tony Kemp. This from an article on the...
  12. 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...
  13. 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...
  14. Odell Manuel

    Odell Manuel

    Manuel played for the Warriors for two seasons, winning the Rookie of the Year award in 1999. In 2000 he represented the New Zealand Māori at the World Cup. He then spent two years at Canberra which were much less successful. Mid way through his first season he was injured in a collision with...
  15. 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...
  16. Meti Noovao

    Meti Noovao

    A classy, consistent footballer, Noovao captained the Colts in 1995 and played anywhere from halfback to center. he proved that he was even more versatile in 1996, making the transition into the forwards at times and showing good form at hooker when required. A capable left-footed goalkicker...
  17. Bryan Henare

    Bryan Henare

    Played 22 games for the Auckland Warriors. The Former junior Kiwi played for St Helens in the 44-6 loss to Melbourne in the World Club Challenge in January 2000. Henare later played for Oldham, Leigh and Featherstone Rovers in the second tier Northern Ford premiership in England. 1995 - New...
  18. Iva Ropati

    Iva Ropati

    Otahuhu winger/centre played in 3 Tests for NZ in 1993 before coming to Parramatta Eels. Iva Ropati, the brother of Joe and Tea Ropati, had an uneventful career with the Warriors but also played for Featherstone Rovers (1989-90 and 1993-95), Mangere East (NZ, 1990-91), Sheffield Eagles (1991-92)...
  19. Richie Blackmore

    Richie Blackmore

    Otahuhu Leopard centre/ winger with a background in rugby union appeared in 25 Tests for the Kiwis during the 1990s. Blackmore was signed from Castleford Tigers where he had played since 1991. He missed the opening matches with the Warriors after the overlap of the English season. He flew in on...
  20. Tea Ropati

    Tea Ropati

    Centre/five-eighth, a representative of NZ Universities that won a World Cup in 1986, toured Australia with the NZ squad that year but did not appear in a Test (5 minor tour games). After touring Australia with an Auckland representative team in 1987 Tea Ropati had a season with Newcastle during...