General 2016 Warriors NSW Cup Reserve Grade

mt.wellington

Warriors Orange Peeler
Jun 21, 2012
22,810
Mt. Wellington, Auckland
Another hard-earned ISP victory
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Sun 17th July, 06:07PM
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Fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad scored just before halftime in the Vodafone Warriors' ISP victory over Manly today. Image | www.photosport.nz

Victory over Manly in another tense tussle today has enabled the Vodafone Warriors to retain a share of the lead in the Intrust Super Premiership.

After enduring tight contests in recent weeks against Newcastle (34-32), Wests Tigers (16-18) and Illawarra (12-8) this was another toe-to-toe fight as the Vodafone Warriors fought for the lead and ultimately just held on for a 24-22 win at Brookvale Oval.

The opening passage to the match had been ominous for the Vodafone Warriors.

In a carbon copy of the NRL encounter between the two clubs in Perth on Saturday, this one also saw the Sea Eagles bolt to an early 12-0 lead leaving the visitors with plenty of work to do to stay in touch.

Within a matter of minutes they were in business with prop Upu Poching over between the posts in the 26th minute and then halfback Mason Lino following up soon after. Lino converted both and it was 12-12.

Close to halftime fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad went in and Lino's conversion made it 18 points without reply to give the Vodafone Warriors an 18-12 lead at the interval.

The score-line was even at 18-18 a little more than 10 minutes into the second spell through a converted Cameron Davis try.

For the best part of 20 minutes it remained that way despite both sides bombing scoring opportunities but, as the final 10 minutes approached, Manly fullback Peter Schuster dropped the ball, an error which resulted in a 70-metre runaway try for Nathaniel Roache. With Lino off injured, Semisi Tyrell provided the conversion and the lead was 24-18 with 10 minutes to go.

With three minutes left Manly ensured there would be some nerves with a second try for Davis. It wasn’t converted but the home side was coming home strongly with just two points in it.

When an Isaac John pass sent wing Ben Fritz over in the 79th minute the Sea Eagles thought they had stolen victory – but a forward pass was ruled, the try didn’t stand and the Vodafone Warriors held on for their 12th win of the season to move to 28 points on the ladder.

Match details | Brookvale Oval, Sydney

Manly Sea Eagles 22 (Cameron Davis 2, Peter Schuster, Ben Fritz tries; Dylan Kelly 3 conversions).

Vodafone Warriors 24 (Upu Poching, Mason Lino, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Nathaniel Roache tries; Mason Lino 3 conversions; Semisi Tyrell conversion).

Halftime: 18-12 Vodafone Warriors.

Vodafone Warriors | Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad; Viliami Kaveinga, Semisi Tyrell, Matt Allwood, Lewis Soosemea; Erin Clark, Mason Lino; Upu Poching, Nathaniel Roache, Toafofoa Sipley; Ofahiki Ogden, Shaun Lane; John Palavi (c). Interchange: James Bell, Ligi Sao, Ali Lauitiiti, Pat Sipley.

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/07/17/another_hard_earned_.html
 

mt.wellington

Warriors Orange Peeler
Jun 21, 2012
22,810
Mt. Wellington, Auckland
ISP team named
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Tue 19th July, 04:00PM
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Henare Wells. NSW Cup. Vodafone Warriors v Wentworthville, NRL Rugby League. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Saturday 3 June 2016. © Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Henare Wells returns from injury to start on the wing with the experienced Jonathan Wright returning to the centres for the Vodafone Warriors’ 20th-round Intrust Super Premiership encounter with the Mounties at GIO Stadium on Saturday (12.40pm kick-off local time; 2.40pm NZT).

The Mounties and the Vodafone Warriors – along with Illawarra – are level on 28 points at the top of the ladder with the Mounties first on points for and against, the Vodafone Warriors third.

It’s the second road trip on end for the Vodafone Warriors following a grinding 24-22 win over Manly last Sunday.

VODAFONE WARRIORS v MOUNTIES
GIO Stadium, Canberra
12.40pm, Saturday, July 23


VODAFONE WARRIORS

1 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
2 VILIAMI KAVEINGA
3 MATT ALLWOOD
4 JONATHAN WRIGHT
5 HENARE WELLS
6 ERIN CLARK
7 MASON LINO
8 LIGI SAO
9 NATHANIEL ROACHE
10 TOAFOFOA SIPLEY
11 OFAHIKI OGDEN
12 SHAUN LANE
13 JOHN PALAVI (c)

14 JAMES BELL
15 UPU POCHING
16 PATRICK SIPLEY
17 SEMISI TYRELL
18 TOMAS AOAKE

COACH | STACEY JONES

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/07/19/isp_and_nyc_teams_na.html
 

Jordan G

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CNK seems to be suffering Lolohea syndrome for the ISP side. Is there a position in the backline he hasn't played this year? Interesting that he retains his position over Wells. Must have had a strong game at fullback.
 

Jay M

Warriors 1st Grader
Sep 25, 2012
4,693
Back in Auckland
CNK seems to be suffering Lolohea syndrome for the ISP side. Is there a position in the backline he hasn't played this year? Interesting that he retains his position over Wells. Must have had a strong game at fullback.

noticed the same thing. was wondering if they were trying to ease Wells back into it on the wing though?
 

mt.wellington

Warriors Orange Peeler
Jun 21, 2012
22,810
Mt. Wellington, Auckland
Ata Hingano is back from injury...

ISP team named for 22nd round
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Tue 2nd August, 03:30PM
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Ata Hingano during a Vodafone Warriors training session. NRL Rugby League. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Tuesday 28 June 2016. © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Standoff Ata Hingano makes his comeback from an injury lay-off for the Vodafone Warriors’ 22nd-round Intrust Super Premiership encounter with Wyong at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday (3.00pm kick-off local time; 5.00pm NZT).

It’s his first match since a leg wound forced him off late in the home win over Illawarra on July 9.

He’s back in the halves with captain Mason Lino for the third-placed Vodafone Warriors’ meeting with the eighth-placed Wyong Roos.

Following their third and final bye last weekend, the Stacey Jones-coached side is on 30 points, level with Illawarra with both teams six points adrift of the Mounties.

Also back in the side is Jazz Tevaga after being used off the bench with the NRL side in recent weeks.

VODAFONE WARRIORS v WYONG ROOS
Morry Breen Oval, Wyong
3.00pm, Saturday, August 6


VODAFONE WARRIORS
1 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
2 VILIAMI KAVEINGA
3 JONATHAN WRIGHT
4 SEMISI TYRELL
5 MATT ALLWOOD
6 ATA HINGANO
7 MASON LINO (c)
8 JAMES GAVET
9 JAZZ TEVAGA
10 TOAFOFOA SIPLEY
11 JOHN PALAVI
12 SHAUN LANE
13 LIGI SAO

14 JAMES BELL
15 UPU POCHING
16 PATRICK SIPLEY
17 TOMAS AOAKE

COACH | STACEY JONES

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/08/02/isp_and_nyc_teams_na.html
 

Rick O'Shay

Warriors 1st Grader
May 1, 2013
4,911
New Plymouth
Ata Hingano is back from injury...

ISP team named for 22nd round
Image | www.photosport.nz
Tue 2nd August, 03:30PM
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Ata Hingano during a Vodafone Warriors training session. NRL Rugby League. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Tuesday 28 June 2016. © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Standoff Ata Hingano makes his comeback from an injury lay-off for the Vodafone Warriors’ 22nd-round Intrust Super Premiership encounter with Wyong at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday (3.00pm kick-off local time; 5.00pm NZT).

It’s his first match since a leg wound forced him off late in the home win over Illawarra on July 9.

He’s back in the halves with captain Mason Lino for the third-placed Vodafone Warriors’ meeting with the eighth-placed Wyong Roos.

Following their third and final bye last weekend, the Stacey Jones-coached side is on 30 points, level with Illawarra with both teams six points adrift of the Mounties.

Also back in the side is Jazz Tevaga after being used off the bench with the NRL side in recent weeks.

VODAFONE WARRIORS v WYONG ROOS
Morry Breen Oval, Wyong
3.00pm, Saturday, August 6


VODAFONE WARRIORS
1 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
2 VILIAMI KAVEINGA
3 JONATHAN WRIGHT
4 SEMISI TYRELL
5 MATT ALLWOOD
6 ATA HINGANO
7 MASON LINO (c)
8 JAMES GAVET
9 JAZZ TEVAGA
10 TOAFOFOA SIPLEY
11 JOHN PALAVI
12 SHAUN LANE
13 LIGI SAO

14 JAMES BELL
15 UPU POCHING
16 PATRICK SIPLEY
17 TOMAS AOAKE

COACH | STACEY JONES

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/08/02/isp_and_nyc_teams_na.html

Is Henare Wells injured?
 

mt.wellington

Warriors Orange Peeler
Jun 21, 2012
22,810
Mt. Wellington, Auckland
Vodafone Warriors fall just short in ISP
Richard Becht | www.photosport.nz
Sat 6th August, 07:28PM
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Ata Hingano was back on ISP duty for the Vodafone Warriors against the Wyong Roos. Image | www.photosport.nz

The Vodafone Warriors couldn’t reel in the Wyong Roos today, falling to a 16-20 loss in their 22nd-round Intrust Super Premiership clash at Morry Breen Oval in Wyong.

Their seventh loss of the season resulted in the Vodafone Warriors slipping from a share of second on the table with Illawarra.

The Cutters are now alone in second on 32 points after edging Manly 30-28 while the Stacey Jones-coached Vodafone Warriors remain on 30 points, a total they share with Wests Tigers. The Tigers will overtake them if they beat Penrith on Sunday.

The Vodafone Warriors never had the lead at any stage against the Roos, who now sit seventh.

They drew level at 6-6 with centre Semisi Tyrell’s 26th-minute try converted by Mason Lino but were eight points adrift at 6-14 at halftime.

There was no scoreboard movement in the opening phase of the second half until the 58thminute when Lino scored and converted to have his side just two points behind at 12-14 seemingly in position to make a challenge.

Unfortunately, the Vodafone Warriors conceded a try just a few minutes later to again fall eight points behind at 12-20.

There was a glimmer of hope when wing Viliami Kaveinga added his side’s third try in the 77thminute but the Vodafone Warriors couldn’t manufacture a last-gasp escape.

Match details | Morry Breen Oval, Wyong

Wyong Roos 20 (Omar Slaimankhel, Chris Smith, Dominic Reardon tries; Tyler Cornish 3 conversions, penalty).

Vodafone Warriors 16 (Semisi Tyrell, Mason Lino, Viliami Kaveinga tries; Mason Lino 2 conversions).

Halftime: 14-6 Roos.

Vodafone Warriors | Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad; Viliami Kaveinga, Jonathan Wright, Semisi Tyrell, Matt Allwood; Ata Hingano, Mason Lino (c); James Gavet, Erin Clark, Toafofoa Sipley; John Palavi, Shaun Lane; Ligi Sao. Interchange: James Bell, Upu Poching, Tomas Aoake, Paul Tuli.

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/08/06/isp_side_falls_just_.html
 
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