second rower

  1. mt.wellington

    Player Matt Jobson

    Matt Jobson Jobson was born in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. He was a South Newcastle junior and later joined the Newcastle Knights. He made his first grade début in 2001, appearing off the interchange bench in Round 15 against the Sydney Roosters. Having won the 2001 NRL...
  2. Brayden Wiliame

    Brayden Wiliame

    Wiliame was born in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia and is of Fijian-Rotuman descent. He played his junior football for the Woy Woy Roosters, Umina Bunnies and Central Coast Harold Matthews Cup and S. G. Ball Cup squads, before signing a 3-year contract with the Melbourne Storm. From 2010...
  3. mt.wellington

    Player Scott Coxon

    Scott Coxon A Newcastle junior, Coxon played for the Knights' President's Cup and reserve grade sides but could not break into the first grade side. Seeking first grade opportunities Coxon moved to the Western Suburbs Magpies in 1998. Over the next two years Coxon ended up making 39 first...
  4. mt.wellington

    Player Bryan Henare

    Bryan Henare An Otahuhu Leopards junior, Henare toured Great Britain in 1993 with the Junior Kiwis and he represented a New Zealand President's XIII in 1996. Henare also toured with the New Zealand Māori rugby league team in 1995. Henare played in the Lion Red Cup in 1995 for the Auckland...
  5. mt.wellington

    Player Mark Carter

    Mark Carter Signed from the Auckland Blues during the Warriors early fascination with signing All Black players. The Mark Carter experiment would largely be a failure and he would be the last All Black straight from Rugby that the club would sign. 1991-98 - New Zealand All Blacks 1996 -...
  6. mt.wellington

    Player Logan Edwards

    Logan Edwards Edwards played for the dominating Canterbury provincial side of the early 1990s alongside such talent as Quentin Pongia,Mike Dorreen, Whetu Taewa and coach Frank Endacott. This side continued its success as the Canterbury Cardinals in the 1994 Lion Red Cup. In 1993 he was...
  7. mt.wellington

    Player Tony Tatupu

    Tony Tatupu SECOND ROW | TONY TATUPU (#12) A tall ball-playing back rower, Tatupu (born on July 26, 1969), was signed by the Auckland Warriors from the local football scene. Out of the Mount Albert club, he played for North Harbour in the Lion Red Cup in 1994 and also won Kiwi selection...
  8. mt.wellington

    Player Gavin Hill

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  9. mt.wellington

    Player Jackson Ford

    Jackson Ford Name Jackson Ford Nickname Fordy Date of Birth 17/02/98 Place of Birth Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia Height 187cm Weight 97 kg Nationality Australia Junior Club Gerringong Lions Signed From St George-Illawarra Dragons Position Second Row/Lock Contracted till 2024...
  10. Jackson Ford

    Jackson Ford

    Jackson Ford is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a second-row forward and lock for the New Zealand Warriors in the NRL. Ford was born 17 February 1998 in Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia. He played his junior rugby league for the Gerringong Lions in the...
  11. Dixpat

    Player Bayley Sironen

    Bayley Sironen signed for 3 years -------------------------------------- *mod edit. Signing confirmed Bayley Sironen Sironen joins Vodafone Warriors Richard Becht & photosport.nz Fri 20 Nov 2020, 02:35 PM One of rugby league’s most famous names is set to link with the Vodafone Warriors...
  12. Bayley Sironen

    Bayley Sironen

    Sironen was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is the younger brother of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles player Curtis Sironen, and son of Australian international Paul Sironen. Sironen played his junior rugby league for the Holy Cross Rhinos, before being signed by the Wests Tigers. In...
  13. King Vuniyayawa

    King Vuniyayawa

    2015 - Manukau Stingrays 2015 - NZ National Premiership Champions
  14. 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...
  15. Wairangi Koopu

    Wairangi Koopu

    Dynamic Warriors forward, an interchange player in the club’s grand final loss to the Roosters in 2002. Played 159 games for the Warriors before signing for the Storm. Represented the ANZACs against Cumbria after being selected in NZ’s Tri Nations squad in 2004. 1999–2008 NZ Warriors...
  16. Simon Mannering

    Simon Mannering

    After completing his high school education at Nelson College in 2004, Simon was signed by the Vodafone Warriors and made his debut in 2005. He soon became a regular feature of the line-up, playing in all 26 matches for the Warriors in 2007 and also appearing in each of the Kiwis' six tests. He...
  17. Player Henry Perenara

    Henry Perenara https://www.nrl.com/news/latestnews/newsarticle/tabid/10874/newsid/61296/perenara-to-ref-all-stars-/default.aspx I'm stoked for Henry. I was very impressed with his work in the Maori v England last year.
  18. Player Danny Sullivan

    Danny Sullivan You're thinking of Danny Sullivan. Junior Kangaroo, major prospect... in a trial for Parra I think in 2002 he goes down with a knee injury, goes to hospital and contracts golden staph. Horror injury, has to relearn to walk etc etc. Ando obviously knows him from his Parra...
  19. Player Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ukuma Ta'ai -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE WARRIORS have signed Tongan international second rower Ukuma Ta'ai from Fox Memorial side Mt Albert for the 2009 season. The 21-year-old is said to be a powerful player in the mould of Epalahame...
  20. Player Matt Spence

    Matt Spence League player on and off since 1985. Heres my question Which former Warrior is now playing for Turangi Dambusters in the Bay Of Plenty Reserve Grade Comp