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  1. NZ Warriors Round 17 Review: Night to forget in Penrith

    NZ Warriors Round 17 Review: Night to forget in Penrith

    After last weeks controversial narrow loss to the Sharks the Warriors crossed the Tasman looking for retribution against a Panthers side minus their origin stars. A win here would see the Warriors return to the top four but it was a night to forget for Warriors and Warriors fans alike as the...
  2. NZ Warriors Mid Season Wrap Up: The good, the bad and the ugly

    NZ Warriors Mid Season Wrap Up: The good, the bad and the ugly

    With the Warriors enjoying a bye in Round 13 I have no review to write, so I decided it was the best time to write my midseason review. As my title suggests, the Warriors have had a bit of a mixed bag in the first twelve rounds of the season. There were indeed many good moments, some bad and...
  3. NZ Warriors Round 6 Review: Desperate Broncos dominate Warriors in first loss of 2018

    NZ Warriors Round 6 Review: Desperate Broncos dominate Warriors in first loss of 2018

    After an impressive showing against the North Queensland Cowboys, the New Zealand Warriors hosted the Brisbane Broncos in Round 6. The Warriors were looking for their sixth consecutive win of the year while the Broncos were looking at breaking a two-game losing streak. Unfortunately for the...
  4. NZ Warriors Round 2 Review: Warriors continue winning ways in Mt Smart return

    NZ Warriors Round 2 Review: Warriors continue winning ways in Mt Smart return

    After their first-ever win in Perth, the Warriors made the journey home to Mount Smart Stadium for the first time in 2018 to face the Gold Coast Titans. Buoyed by their first-round performance and their impressive record against the Titans the Warriors came into round two as heavy favourites...
  5. Peta Hiku

    Peta Hiku

    Born in Gisborne, New Zealand, Hiku is of Māori descent. Hiku played his junior football for the Manurewa Marlins and represented the Counties Manukau Stingrays in the National Competition. Hiku played for the New Zealand Warriors' under-20s team in 2012, and had the second most metres gained...
  6. Kiwis halves decision proves costly

    Kiwis halves decision proves costly

    Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney’s decision to leave Benji Marshall out of his touring squad has been exposed as England eased to a 26-12 win in the first test in Hull. With test regulars Shaun Johnson, Kieran Foran and Thomas Leuluai all unavailable for the tour, former test captain and Dally M...
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