1. mt.wellington

    Staff Frank Endacott

    Frank Endacott
  2. mt.wellington

    General Jonathan Smith

    Jonathan Smith A junior from the Mangere East Hawks, Smith was a Junior Kiwi in 1998. He was then signed by the Auckland Warriors in 2000. While at the Warriors he played in the Queensland Cup for Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Brisbane Souths due to a feeder agreement between the clubs and also...
  3. Tragic

    Player Doc Murray

    One I always liked was Doc Murray, I thought he was good for ISP or whatever it was called then and think he had a few 1st grade games. I thought he would make the step up to NRL but didnt seem to.
  4. mt.wellington

    Player Frano Botica

    Frano Botica Former All Black (7 Tests) was an ace goal-kicking winger/fullback during Wigan’s championship reign in the early 1990s. Botica returned to NZ with Wigan coach John Monie in 1995 for the Warriors’ debut season but left only one season and saw out his professional career with...
  5. Brother Faisal

    Internationals Kiwis v England 2015 Test Series

    England Tour October 23NZ Kiwis v Leeds Rhinos Headingley Carnegie, Leeds November 1 First test KC Stadium, Hull November 7 Second test Olympic Stadium, London November 14 Third test DW Stadium, Wigan Hey guys I thought I'd start up this thread to create discussion over the next few...
  6. Brady Malam

    Brady Malam

    In 1996 he made his ARL debut for the Auckland Warriors. He was a key part of the 1996 team that made the Reserve Grade Grand Final. He was also named Development Player of the Year. He went on to play 55 games for the Warriors, both from the bench and starting at prop. In 1997, during the Super...
  7. Kittwazzer

    Player Ryan Hoffman

    Ryan Hoffman https://nz.sports.yahoo.com/league/news/article/-/23303553/warriors-sign-hoffman-report/? Surprised this should be posted on the Wigan forum with no mention on here. He had a great season with us in 2011 and I'd have loved to have had him for longer!
  8. Thomas Leuluai

    Thomas Leuluai

    The son of James Leuluai and part of the famous Leuluai Rugby League family he was the youngest player to ever debut for the Warriors. He became the second youngest Kiwi Test player (barely 18) when he debuted against Australia in July 2003. He had limited first team experience at New Zealand...
  9. Player Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki 05/04/2006 XtraMSN Warriors head coach Ivan Cleary has had a good news-bad news week. The good came on Sunday as Steve Price and his players came away from Newcastle's EnergyAustralia Stadium with a second successive NRL win there against the Knights. It was also the...