YOUR Warriors Team For 2020
1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
2. David Fusitua
3. Peta Hiku
4. Patrick Herbert
5. Ken Maumalo
6. Adam Keighran
7. Chanel Harris-Tavita
8. Leeson Ah Mau
9. Kodi Nikorima
10. Bunty Afoa
11. Tom Ale
12. Tohu Harris
13. Isaiah Papalii
14. Jazz Tevaga
15. Agnatius Paasi
2019 Warriors Top 8
As we do every year we discuss the Warriors chances of making the top 8.
As it stands, we play teams in the top 8 for the final 8 rounds of the season. It’s going to be punishing.
We need to get a roll going into and over the...
Moneyballing our Forward pack!
Based on 2018 average Tackle success % and run meters per game:
Neeson Ah Mau - tackle 99%; run 112m
Tohu Harris - tackle 93%; run 117m
Agnatius Paasi - tackle 90%; run 101m
Bunty Afoa - tackle 96%; run 86m
Jazz Tevaga - tackle 94%; run 85m
Isiah Papali’i -...
After a successful journey down to Christchurch, the Warriors had one more stop on their road trip as they made their way to Townsville to face the struggling Cowboys.
History hasn't been kind to the Warriors in Townsville with only one win in the past 12 visits but as the Warriors have shown...
After a much-needed bye week, a well-rested Warriors side made the journey down to Christchurch to face the Manly Sea Eagles.
The Sea Eagles have had an edge of the Warriors for a long time having won the past seven matchups between the sides.
The Warriors, however, paid no attention to the...
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...
After their scrappy win over the bottom-dwelling Eels, the Warriors came home to Mount Smart to face a South Sydney Rabbitohs side currently enjoying a three-match winning streak.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returned to the side, but Mason Lino was ruled out, meaning Peta Hiku was moved into the halves...
After a disappointing Round 10 performance the Warriors once again made the journey to Sydney, this time to face the bottom of the table Parramatta Eels.
The Warriors were buoyed by the return of Issac Luke but lost Roger Tuivasa-Sheck who stayed in New Zealand on baby watch; this saw a...
After their impressive Round nine victory the Warriors hosted the Sydney Roosters in the first ever Indigenous round game played in New Zealand.
After defeating the Roosters emphatically in Round four, many (myself included) predicted another win for the home side but the Roosters had other...
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...
After their 2-0 season start the Nz Warriors ventured to the Australian Capital to face the 0-2 Canberra Raiders.
The Warriors have never started a season 3-0 and very seldom taste victory in Canberra but this is no longer the Warriors of old, and they created a breathtaking come from behind...
The Vodafone Warriors made the long journey to Perth to kick off their 2018 campaign.
A long history of disappointment plagued the Warriors in Western Australia, and many predicted this misery would continue as the Warriors faced the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round One.
However, this was not...
It feels like an age since I’ve written about the Warriors but finally the NRL Season is upon us and I cannot wait for Round One.
This time of year also means its time for me to give my thoughts on how the Warriors will fare in their 2018 campaign.
As I did last year, I will be breaking my...
So haven’t heard much about this, the warriors will officially have a team in the NSW cup U20s comp?
Which will be basically the same standard as the old U20s, they just won’t have games in Melbourne or QLD?
Or now that the comp has a bit less prestige, less tv coverage, they now wearing a...
After the embarrassment of Round 22, the Warriors headed back to Mount Smart Stadium for the second to last time in 2017 to face the Canberra Raiders.
In front of their smallest crowd of the year, the embarrassing Warriors run continued with their sixth loss in a row.
The Warriors were close...
After an abysmal Round 21 against the Cronulla Sharks, the Warriors made the journey to Newcastle to face a Knights team buoyed by their upset Round 21 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons.
Both teams are only playing for pride, and this stage of the competition and the Knights proved they...