st helens

  1. 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...
  2. Nathan Brown

    Nathan Brown

    Nathan Brown (born 31 July 1973), also known by the nickname of "Brownie", is an Australian professional rugby league football coach, and former player who played in the 1990s and 2000s, and has coached in the 2000s and 2010s. He played as a hooker for the St. George Dragons and St. George...
  3. Wellington Warrior

    Player James Bell

    James Bell Apparently numpty Kearney has dropped Chris Satae and is debuting James Bell.... Why????????
  4. Lance Hohaia

    Lance Hohaia

    Waikato halfback had a sensational debut season with the Warriors in 2002 after represented Northern Districts against the touring French team in 2001. Hohaia grabbed the five-eighth role with both hands but an injury late in the season saw him relegated to the interchange bench in the club’s...
  5. 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...
  6. Andy Platt

    Andy Platt

    Great Britain Test forward played for St Helens (1982-87) and Wigan (1988-94) during his English career before joining his former Wigan coach John Monie and fellow team mates Dean Bell, Denis Betts and Frano Botica at Auckland for the Warriors’ debut season in the ARL. Platt played 35 games for...
  7. Sean Hoppe

    Sean Hoppe

    In 1992 he played for Auckland in a preseason match against the Canberra Raiders. Auckland lost 14-32, but the Raiders, who had been looking for a quality winger since the retirement of John Ferguson, saw enough of Hoppe to offer him a contract and he moved to Canberra before the end of the...
  8. Player Dominique Peyroux

    Dominique Peyroux Peyroux a done deal. 3 year deal surprises me. Although this boy does have potential. Lets hope he comes up with the goods. Great signing IMO
  9. Player Konrad Hurrell

    Konrad Hurrell Konrad Hurrell Discuss....
  10. Player Francis Meli

    Francis Meli Fresh start for Saints By Phil Gordos Saturday, 31 December 2005, 14:34 GMT Paul Sculthorpe was the obvious choice to succeed Andy Farrell as Great Britain skipper when the Wigan legend made the switch to rugby union in March. So it must have come as a huge disappointment to...