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  1. Patrick Sipley

    Patrick Sipley

    Started his junior footy with brother Toafofoa Sipley ay City-Newton Dragons and Richmond Rovers. Western Springs College boy all through high school years. Went over when I finished high school to try and play U-20s at Manly. Had a few years there but it didn’t work out, so came back and...
  2. Malo Solomona

    Malo Solomona

    The nephew of another former Warrior, Se'e Solomona, Malo actually spent two seasons as part of the North Queensland Cowboys development program before returning to Auckland and playing for the Auckland Lions in the Bartercard Cup. After signing for the Warriors he played for the Auckland Lions...
  3. 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...
  4. Joe Vagana

    Joe Vagana

    One of the tallest players to ever represent NZ, forward Joe Vagana represented Western Samoa in 1995’s World Cup before making his Test debut with the Kiwis the following year. He spent six seasons with the Warriors’ after the club’s debut in the ARL, but following the Kiwis’ World Cup campaign...
  5. 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...
  6. Pita Godinet

    Pita Godinet

    Godinet is a Sydenham and Richmond Rovers junior. Godinet played for the Waitakere Rangers in the 2007 Bartercard Cup. In 2008 he represented Auckland in the Bartercard Premiership and played for the Auckland Vulcans in the NSW Cup. He was named the Vulcans rookie of the year. In 2010 Godinet...
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