General 2017 Warriors Holden Cup U20's

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Here's the team to face the Knights for Round 1:
NYC
VODAFONE WARRIORS v NEWCASTLE
Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland
11.45am, Sunday, March 5


VODAFONE WARRIORS
1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
3 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MATT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 EIDEN ACKLAND
8 KENESE KENESE
9 CHRIS SIO
10 JORDAN PINNOCK
11 JOE VUNA
12 SHANE HANNAM
13 SOANE HUFANGA

Interchange:

14 DYLAN TAVITA
15 TAYHLER POARA
16 JEROME MAMEA
17 ELIJAH SUFIA
18 NATHAN NEWTON
20 LEE TURNER
21 GIBSON POPOALII
22 AUZZIE TUWHANGAI
23 HAVI TUPOUNIUA
24 UTAH IOKA
COACH | GRANT POCKLINGTON

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/02/28/_teams_isp_and_nyc_s.html

The Red Terror, Jordan Pinnock, will play his first game for the club against his old team.

For the Knights, Matty Johns' son, Jack, is playing in the halves.
 
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Excited to see the juniors this weekend. Some future guns I'll be keeping an eye on.

Mainly Chanel Harris-Tavita. Wasnt a team in the NRL that didnt want to sign the kid. Still only 18.

Big Red Jordan Pinnock will be another. Will look to see why he isnt playing ISP. Has the size. Might be lacking the fitness.

Soane Hufanga has been through the Aussie system and is a big unit too. Be good to see how long he plays for.

Shane Hannam Ive seen play Prems for Glenora and he's a unit. Defence was a little poor but that was playing against men.

Im a fan of Eiden Ackland and reckon he will only get better and better. Has the skills, talent and most importantly the heart. Just needs the bulk...
 
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Five NYC debutants confirmed today
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Sun 5th March, 10:57AM

Jerome Mamea on the attack. NRL Holden Cup, Juniors U20's. Warriors v Knights. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Monday 28 March 2016. Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Five players will make their NYC debuts when the Vodafone Junior Warriors open their 2017 season against Newcastle at Mount Smart Stadium today (11.45am kick-off).

A sixth player – West Coaster Jordan Pinnock – will be having his first outing for the club, ironically against his old Knights team-mates after appearing 11 times for Newcastle last season.

The five newcomers are wing Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo, second rower Shane Hannam, loose forward Soane Hufanga and interchange forwards Tayhler Paora and Havi Tupouniua.

University student Vaeau-Mulitalo has been signed from a rugby union background with the King’s College First XV while Masterton-born Hannam has played for the Glenora Bears, New Lynn Stags and Bay Roskill Vikings.

Hufanga, another St Paul’s College product, has also been with the Knights previously while his Auckland junior clubs have been the Richmond Rovers, Mount Wellington Warriors and Ponsonby Ponies. Paora is a Manurewa Marlins junior while Tupouniua, a St Peter's College product, has links with the Marist Saints and the Bay Roskill Vikings.

Also on debut will be new Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Grant Pocklington. He’s able to call on 2016 regulars in co-captains Kenese Kenese and Chris Sio as well as Kane Telea, Lewis Soosemea, Melino Fineanganofo, Mat Faitotoa, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Joe Vuna and Jerome Mamea.

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS v NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS
Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland
11.45am, Sunday, March 5


VODAFONE WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
3 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MAT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 EIDEN ACKLAND
8 KENESE KENESE (co-captain)
9 CHRIS SIO (co-captain)
10 JORDAN PINNOCK
11 JOE VUNA
12 SHANE HANNAM
13 SOANE HUFANGA

14 DYLAN TAVITA
15 TAYHLER POARA
16 JEROME MAMEA
23 HAVI TUPOUNIUA

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/05/five_nyc_debutants_c.html
 
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[NYC match report] Tough day out
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Sun 5th March, 01:47PM

Melino Fineanganofo: NYC rugby league, Warriors v Knights, Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, Sunday 5 March, 2017. Photo: Renee McKay / www.photosport.nz

Newcastle had too many weapons for the Vodafone Junior Warriors as it marched to a 48-10 victory in today’s first-round NYC encounter at Mount Smart Stadium.

The home side was only briefly in contact when co-captain Kenese Kenese drove over to leave his side just 6-10 adrift after 20 minutes but the Knights were always able to dictate terms.

Two tries had them 22-12 ahead at halftime and quickly extended to 28-6 after the break when Jack Johns – the great Andrew Johns’ son – scored.

The Vodafone Junior Warriors responded soon after with a Dylan Tavita try but the Knights ran in a further four tries to finish well clear leaving new Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Grant Pocklington and his players disappointed.

Match details | Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Vodafone Junior Warriors 10 (Kenese Kenese, Dylan Tavita tries; Kane Telea conversion).

Newcastle Knights 48 (Hayden Loughrey 2, Matt Cooper 2, Dean Kouka-Smith, Tom Starling, Jack Johns, Brayden Musgrove, Pasami Saulo tries; Kainoa Gudgeon 6 conversions).

Halftime: 22-6 Knights.

Referees: Tim Roby and Chris Treneman.

Vodafone Junior Warriors | Kane Telea; Lewis Soosemea, Junior Pauga, Melino Fineanganofo, Mat Faitotoa, Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo; Chanel Harris-Tavita, Eiden Ackland; Kenese Kenese (c), Chris Sio (c), Jordan Pinnock; Joe Vuna, Shane Hannam; Soane Hufanga. Interchange: Dylan Tavita, Tayhler Paora, Jerome Mamea, Havi Tupouniua.

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/05/_nyc_match_report_to.af_info_nyc-news.html
 
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NYC line-up revealed
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Tue 7th March, 04:54PM

Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Grant Pocklington has named the same starting line-up used in Sunday’s heavy loss to Newcastle but he has included 10 players on an extended bench.

The Vodafone Junior Warriors face a Melbourne side coming off victory against the Bulldogs last Friday.

NYC

Vodafone Warriors v MELBOURNE STORM
Mount Smart Stadium No 1, Auckland
5.45pm, Friday, March 10


VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
3 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MATT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 EIDEN Ackland
8 KENESE KENESE
9 CHRIS SIO
10 Jordan Pinnock
11 JOE VUNA
12 SHANE HANNAM
13 SOANE HUFANGA

14 DYLAN TAVITA
15 TAYHLER POARA
16 JEROME MAMEA
17 ELIJAH SUFIA
18 NATHAN NEWTON
20 LEE TURNER
21 GIBSON POPOALII
22 AUZZIE TUWHANGAI
23 HAVI TUPOUNIUA
24 UTAH IOKA

COACH | GRANT POCKLINGTON

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/07/_teams_isp_and_nyc_l.html
 
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[NYC line-up] v Melbourne Storm
Fri 10th March, 05:28PM

Soane Hufanga, NRL Holden Cup, Juniors U20s. Warriors v Knights. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Sunday 5 March 2017. © Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Grant Pocklington has shuffled his starting forward pack for tonight’s second-round NYC encounter with the Melbourne Storm at Mount Smart Stadium (5.45pm kick-off; match day sponsor: Woodstock).

Loose forward Soane Hufanga starts in the front row, Jordan Pinnock goes to the bench and Havi Tupouniua starts at loose forward.

NYC

VODAFONE WARRIORS v MELBOURNE STORM
Mount Smart Stadium No 1, Auckland
5.45pm, Friday, March 10


VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
3 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MATT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 EIDEN ACKLAND
8 KENESE KENESE
9 CHRIS SIO
13 SOANE HUFANGA
11 JOE VUNA
23 HAVI TUPOUNIUA
12 SHANE HANNAM

10 JORDAN PINNOCK
14 DYLAN TAVITA
16 JEROME MAMEA
18 NATHAN NEWTON

COACH | GRANT POCKLINGTON

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/10/_nyc_line_up_v_melbo.af_info_nyc-news.html
 
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[NYC match report] Storm's sodden victory
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Fri 10th March, 07:59PM

Lewis Soosemea scores a try. Junior Warriors v Junior Storm, Round 2 of the 2017 NYC Holden Cup Rugby League season at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. 10 March 2017. Copyright photo: Renee McKay / www.photosport.nz

A vastly improved effort wasn’t enough to bring about victory for the Vodafone Junior Warriors over Melbourne at a sodden Mount Smart Stadium tonight.

Smarting from a disappointing 10-48 loss to Newcastle last Sunday, the Grant Pocklington-coached home side needed to lift significantly and did, but only after another slow start.

Inside the first 10 minutes, Melbourne centre Sala Finau was sent over twice to take his side out to a 12-0 lead.

Battling the elements, the Vodafone Junior Warriors were being challenged to stay in the contest but got right back into it in unlikely circumstances.

The Storm pumped up an attacking bomb, the ball went loose in the contest and speedy left wing Lewis Soosemea – one of the club’s fastest players – latched onto it, breaking clear and sizzling the best part of 90 metres to score.

The score-line extended to 10 points in Melbourne's favour at halftime – 16-6 – on the back of left wing Harlan Collins’ first try and then 20-6 in the second half after Collins snared a second.

There was time left, though, and the Vodafone Junior Warriors didn’t want for time in Melbourne’s end of the field.

However, in admittedly testing conditions, they couldn’t hang onto the ball long enough to really create pressure.

At last they had some joy when interchange forward Jerome Mamea burrowed over, Kane Telea converted. At 12-20 there was hope but ultimately the Vodafone Junior Warriors couldn’t execute their plays.

Pocklington demanded a lift intensity and effort, resulting in a much-improved defensive performance but there was no victory to show for it.

Match details | Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Vodafone Junior Warriors 12 (Lewis Soosemea, Jerome Mamea tries; Kane Telea 2 conversions).

Melbourne Storm 20 (Sala Finau 2, Harlan Collins 2 tries; Hayden Herbert 2 conversions).

Halftime: 16-6 Knights.

Referees: Phil Henderson and Gavin Reynolds.

Vodafone Junior Warriors | Kane Telea; Lewis Soosemea, Junior Pauga, Melino Fineanganofo, Mat Faitotoa, Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo; Chanel Harris-Tavita, Eiden Ackland; Kenese Kenese (c), Chris Sio (c), Soane Hufanga; Joe Vuna, Havi Tupouniua; Shane Hannam. Interchange: Jordan Pinnock, Dylan Tavita, Jerome Mamea, Nathan Newton.

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/10/_nyc_match_report_st.af_info_nyc-news.html
 
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[Teams] NYC side revealed
Richard Becht | Image: www.photosport.nz
Tue 14th March, 02:45PM

The NYC side travels to Sydney to take on its Canterbury-Bankstown counterparts at Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday (1.30pm kick-off local time).

In a much-improved performance, the Vodafone Junior Warriors lost 12-20 to Melbourne last Friday night.

While they have two losses so do the young Bulldogs, going down to Brisbane (18-24) and the Sydney Roosters (12-34).

NYC

VODAFONE WARRIORS v CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS
Belmore Sports Ground, Sydney
1.30pm, Saturday, March 18


VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
25 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MATT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 EIDEN ACKLAND
8 KENESE KENESE (c)
21 CHRIS SIO (c)
10 SOANE HUFANGA
11 JOE VUNA
12 HAVI TUPOUNIUA
13 SHANE HANNAM

9 LIAM HAMPSON
15 JEROME MAMEA
16 JORDAN PINNOCK
22 NATHAN NEWTON
23 ELIJAH SUFIA
14 DYLAN TAVITA
3 GIBSON POPOALII
17 AUZZIE TUWHANGAI
18 LEE TURNER
24 PRESTON RIKI

COACH | GRANT POCKLINGTON

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/14/_teams_isp_and_nyc_t..html
 
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Jordan Pinnock relegated to the bench. Is he not living up to the big wraps?
 
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Jordan Pinnock relegated to the bench. Is he not living up to the big wraps?
Think it is the whole team.
He seems alright from what i have seen.
Noticed in his highlight reel , that he always had a sub number on.
Might be more effective coming of the pine.
Solid and dominant defender.
Thinking work rate?
 
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Jordan Pinnock relegated to the bench. Is he not living up to the big wraps?
For a player training with the top grade over the offseason, I thought he'd be dominating but has looked fairly average so far and has been outplayed by Kenese. The whole team has been shit though. For the wraps Kane Telea has received I've been most disappointed with him in his U20 career so far. There is nothing special about this kid and I can't see him ever cracking first grade.

Players I think that will have actual careers in the NRL are Chanel Harris-Tavita, Lewis Soosemea, Lino Fineanganofo and Kenese Kenese. People should be keeping an eye out for Chanel Harris-Tavita, he's the best prospect we have at the club that hasn't already debuted, best player in our U20's and IMO has as much talent as Ata Hingano did coming up through the ranks.

Of the rookies, I like the looks of Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo (Kings College 1st XV centre in 2016) and Havi Tupouniua (young second rower that has legit height, an offload and high work rate)
 
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For a player training with the top grade over the offseason, I thought he'd be dominating but has looked fairly average so far and has been outplayed by Kenese. The whole team has been shit though. For the wraps Kane Telea has received I've been most disappointed with him in his U20 career so far. There is nothing special about this kid and I can't see him ever cracking first grade.
The team has looked terrible since Stacey Jones stopped coaching them.

Telea isn’t even as good as Abbey was, and we’ll see what level he’s got reached this evening.

Fullback seems a tough gig these days, unless your exceptionally good, going to be hard to find a starting job at that position.
 
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What's happened to our juniors I used to love watching them dominate in the u20s comp but we have been shit for a while now I remember watching players like SJ Locke Sonny Fai Fish etc none of the past few years players come close to these guys
 
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Thanks Weno and The Cool. I have only seen bits of a couple one game and Jordan Pinnock looked solid defensively but not much else to offer in a fairly disorganised side.
 
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Maybe we should get John Ackland back in some capacity as coach or talent ID . The U20s teams have never been the same since he left. Sure he may have played props on the wing etc but he also developed a lot of young NRL talent more than any coach since
 
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What's happened to our juniors I used to love watching them dominate in the u20s comp but we have been shit for a while now I remember watching players like SJ Locke Sonny Fai Fish etc none of the past few years players come close to these guys
I think we are missing the recruiting that John Ackland used to do.
The team haven't look good since he left.
Also with the Warriors not doing well the last 6 seasons or so I think the better local prospects are looking overseas.
Old story: success breeds success.
 
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Saving a spot for a Round 3 match report if it ever comes...

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[Teams] NYC side
Richard Becht
Tue 21st March, 04:00PM

The Vodafone Junior Warriors were just denied their first win of the season last Saturday when the Bulldogs scored a late converted try to win 24-22.

They had the lead for much of the match only to be pipped with three minutes left.

Two changes have been made to the starting line-up to face the Dragons on Sunday with Dylan Tavita named at halfback and Jerome Mamea at loose forward.

NYC

VODAFONE WARRIORS v ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS
UOW Jubilee Oval, Sydney
4.15pm, Sunday, March 26


VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA
2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA
25 MELINO FINEANGANOFO
4 MAT FAITOTOA
5 EDWARD VAEAU-MULITALO
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 DYLAN TAVITA
8 KENESE KENESE (c)
21 CHRIS SIO (c)
10 SOANE HUFANGA
11 JOE VUNA
12 HAVI TUPOUNIUA
13 JEROME MAMEA

9 LIAM HAMPSON
15 ELIJAH SUFIA
16 TROY PULUPAKI
22 NATHAN NEWTON
3 KEANU LAUMATIA-PAKI
14 AUZZIE TUWHANGAI
17 GIBSON POPOALII
20 JORDAN PINNOCK
18 LEE TURNER
23 PRESTON RIKI

COACH | GRANT POCKLINGTON

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/03/21/_teams_roache_return.af_news.html
 
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https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2017/04/02/_nyc_match_report_.af_info_nyc-news.html

A 10-minute period in the second half ultimately cost the Vodafone Junior Warriors their first win of the season when they went down 30-34 to the Gold Coast Titans in today's NYC clash at Mount Smart Stadium.

With less than ten minutes to go the Titans were leading 34-14 before the Vodafone Junior Warriors began to mount pressure resulting in tries to wing Edward Vaeaeu-Mulitalo and centres Kane Telea and Gibson Popoalii but it wasn’t enough with the clock beating them.

The Titans had opened the scoring early to lead 6-0 but, after gaining a share of possession, the Vodafone Junior Warriors answered back with hooker Erin Clark’s off load giving halfback Dylan Tavita the chance to go over and score. He was unable to convert the try to leave the Titans with a 6-4 lead.

It triggered a promising spell for the Vodafone Junior Warriors as they stitched together more points. Standoff Chanel Harris-Tavita popped the ball over the top for wing Lewis Soosemea to score in the left corner, leaving the Vodafone Junior Warriors 8-6 ahead.

Loose defence gifted Titans standoff Ethan Roberts a try which he converted for a 12-8 lead.

It was arm wrestle time and the Vodafone Junior Warriors dug in, staying patient to breach Gold Coast's line. They went to the left creating a huge hole for second rower Preston Riki to wander through off a Tavita-Harris short ball. Converted by Dylan Tavita, it gave the Vodafone Junior Warriors a 14-12 lead at the break.

The Titans came out firing in the second half and the Vodafone Junior Warriors found them difficult to contain.

There was some pinball football down the Titans' left edge allowing wing Jordan Birch to score. The Titans were up 18-14.

Mistakes presented the Titans with another opportunity with Brimson taking advantage to score before Moeaki Fotuaika barged over for another try. And then Curtis Dansey-Smaller caused more scoreboard damage to take Gold Coast out to an imposing 34-14 lead.

Facing the possibility of a heavy defeat, the Vodafone Junior Warriors regrouped and began to build some momentum setting up for wing Vaeau-Muiltalo to collect a grubber for a try out wide.

Another grubber kick provided an easy scoring opportunity for Telea with Tavita converting to bring the score back to 24-34.

While time was against them snatching a comeback win, the Vodafone Junior Warriors weren't done with yet with. Big metres from prop Kenese Kenese and then quick ball movement delivered a try for Popoalii and a four-point loss.

Match details | Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Vodafone Junior Warriors 24 (Dylan Tavita, Lewis Soosemea, Preston Riki, Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo, Kane Telea, Gibson Popoalii tries; Dylan Tavita 3 conversions).

Gold Coast Titans 34 (Corey Manicaros, Ethan Roberts, Jordan Birch, AJ Brimson, Moeaki Fotuaika, Curtis Dansey-Smaller tries; Ethan Roberts 5 conversions).

Halftime: 14-12 Vodafone Junior Warriors.

Vodafone Junior Warriors | Lee Turner; Lewis Soosemea, Gibson Popoalii, Kane Telea, Edward Vaeau-Mulitalo; Chanel Harris-Tavita, Dylan Tavita; Kenese Kenese, Erin Clark, Chris Sio; Joe Vuna, Preston Riki; Isaiah Papalii. Interchange: Soane Hufanga, Keanu Laumatia-Paki, Tyler Slade, Nathan Newton.
 
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This team is utter rubbish. Remember when we had a production line of talent... oh of course we destroyed most of them but still, I don't see too many NRL talents here.
 
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