1. mt.wellington

    Player Selestino Ravutaumada

    Selestino Ravutaumada Rotorua Boys' first XV star signs with NZ Warriors 4 Aug, 2018 8:10am 4 minutes to read Rotorua Boys' High School first XV star Selesitino Ravutaumada has signed with New Zealand Warriors. Photo / Stephen Parker Looking through file photos of Rotorua Boys' High School...
  2. Shontelle Woodman

    Shontelle Woodman

    SHONTELLE WOODMAN Shontelle Woodman Born: September 2, 1986 Birthplace: New Plymouth, NZ Club: Richmond Roses Position: Centre/wing Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2014-2018), World Cup (2017), Akarana Falcons Occupation: Teacher, Melville High School (Hamilton)
  3. Langi Veainu

    Langi Veainu

    LANGI VEAINU Langi Veainu Pronunciation: Lung-ee Vee-eye-nu Born: November 3, 1993 Birthplace: Auckland Club: Otahuhu Leopards Position: Wing Rep Honours: Kiwi Ferns (2016-2018), NRL Nines (2016, 2017), Counties Manukau Stingrays Occupation: Mother
  4. Hayze Perham

    Hayze Perham

    2014 - NZ Residents U16 2016 - New Zealand Schools Barbarians RU 2017 - Rotorua Boys High School 1st XV captain 2017 - NZ Kiwis U18
  5. mt.wellington

    Player Lewis Soosemea

    Lewis Soosemea
  6. Lewis Soosemea

    Lewis Soosemea

    2015- NZ Residents U16 2016 - NZ Residents U18 2017 - NZ Warriors Auckland Nines 2017 - NZ Secondary Schools rep
  7. Bureta Faraimo

    Bureta Faraimo

    Bureta Faraimo (born 16 July 1990) is a New Zealand professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League. He plays at wing. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Faraimo is of American Samoan descent and played his junior rugby league for...
  8. mt.wellington

    Player Bureta Faraimo

    Parramatta Eels release Bureta Faraimo Zero Tackle July 3, 2017 - 2:13 pm SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 02: Bureta Faraimo of the Eels runs in a try during the round 21 NRL match between the Cronulla Sharks and the Parramatta Eels at Remondis Stadium on August 2, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo...
  9. Zac Santo

    Zac Santo

    Of Indigenous Australian and Vanuatuan descent, Santo was born in Townsville, Queensland and grew up in Charters Towers. He played his junior rugby league for the Charters Towers Miners (and later Townsville Brothers) and attended Blackheath and Thornburgh College. While at Blackheath and...


    Can we all agree that Ken Maumalo has no place as a first-grade winger? The Warriors obsession to find the next Manu Vatuvei has led them to pick a winger who is better suited to prop. Maumalo may have the size and debatably the top end speed of a young Vatuvei, but he does not have the...
  11. Blake Ayshford

    Blake Ayshford

    Ayshford played for the Tigers' NYC side where, in 2008, he was named the Player's Player of the Year. He made his first grade debut in Round 11 of the 2009 NRL season, playing against the Brisbane Broncos on 22 May. At the end of the 2009 season, Ayshford was named the Wests Tigers' Rookie of...
  12. mt.wellington

    Player Jonathan Wright

    Wasnt sure where to stick this article but it deserves to posted. Thread can double as a Residual Value type one too... New Warriors signing Jonathan Wright relieved to escape Cronulla Sharks 'circus' DAVID LONG ADDED BITE: New Warriors recruit Jonathan Wright played 17 games for the Cronulla...
  13. Jonathan Wright

    Jonathan Wright

    Born in Gilgandra, New South Wales, Wright played his junior football for the Northern Lake Warriors before being signed by the Newcastle Knights. He played for the Knights' Jersey Flegg team, playing in their 2006 Grand Final before being signed by the Parramatta Eels. He played for the Eels'...
  14. Matthew Allwood

    Matthew Allwood

    As a youngster, Allwood played for the Country New South Wales Under 17s and Under 18s teams and the New South WalesCombined High Schools team. In 2011 and 2012, Allwood played for the Canberra Raiders' NYC team before moving on to the Raiders' New South Wales Cup team, the Mount Pritchard...
  15. Denan Kemp

    Denan Kemp

    Kemp was spotted by scouts for the Brisbane Broncos playing Soccer and convinced to convert to rugby league. After spending time in the Broncos system he made his NRL debut for the club in 2007 against Manly. He scored a try that game that was voted the 3rd best try of 2007 by (Number 1...
  16. 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...
  17. Brent Tate

    Brent Tate

    Tate, the brother-in-law of former Warriors captain and Australian Test forward Steve Price, was graded by the Broncos from Redcliffe in 2001. The straight-running centre had an amazing 2002 season – making his State of Origin debut for Queensland in the drawn series before being chosen as an...
  18. Aidan Kirk

    Aidan Kirk

    Aiden was a Newcastle Knights junior but would join the Roosters. As Anthony Minichello's underling he failed to make first grade and would instead play NSWRL Cup with then coach Ivan Cleary. He would eventually captain the side. In 2007 Kirk joined the New Zealand Warriors, reuniting with...
  19. Michael Crockett

    Michael Crockett

    Crockett spent time at the St George-Illawarra Dragons and Melbourne Storm before eventually making his First Grade debut for the Wests Tigers in 2006. He played 8 games and scored 7 tries. The following season he was signed to the Warriors on a two year deal. In Round 12 he was sent off after...
  20. Misi Taulapapa

    Misi Taulapapa

    Taulapapa originally played Rugby Union during his junior years and only switched to league in 2004. Playing Bartercard Cup for Marist Richmond Brothers he would be signed to the Warriors squad. Two years later he would get to debut against the Rabbitohs. Warriors would however rip up his...