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had a peak in the panthers den and they(fans) are thrilled about his signing...that's great!
 
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had a peak in the panthers den and they(fans) are thrilled about his signing...that's great!
I don't blame them. I'd have been happy for him to have stayed.

Unfortunately for Lewis, one position we seem to have some depth in is 2nd row forwards.

I wish him the best of luck, he's never in my mind given less than 100% to the Warriors and scored some great tries along the way.


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I would be more than happy for Ivan to take Ropo. Regardless of Inu, I would like to see something a bit more special than Jerome, longterm.

With Luck, I hope the club give him a future in some type of trainer/mentor role. But I can't see him getting much more gametime. Taylor has probably cost him any chance of a contract extension.
 
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Beale is a class act- and only gonna get better- id be wrapt if we got him.
 
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Former Kiwis player Lewis Brown announces retirement from rugby league
08:20, Jan 16 2019

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Former Kiwis and Manly Sea Eagles utility Lewis Brown has announced his retirement from rugby league.

Former Kiwis utility Lewis Brown has announced his retirement from rugby league.

The 32-year-old played for the New Zealand Warriors, Penrith Panthers and Manly Warringah Sea Eagles during his 10-year NRL career.

The Christchurch product announced his retirement on Instagram on Tuesday night.

He was not offered a contract for 2019.

"Today I have decided to walk away from my dream and retire," Brown said.

"I achieved more than I set out to do and have created memories and friendships that will never be forgotten or broken. I want to thank the game, all my team-mates, fans and teams but most of all I want to thank family, especially my mum and pop.

"They sacrificed so much to make sure I achieved what so many people said I would never be able to do.

"I will always love the game but you know when it is time to walk away. I look forward to all the new challenges I face in life."

Brown represented the Kiwis on 15 occasions.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/109951844/former-kiwis-player-lewis-brown-announces-retirement-from-rugby-league
 
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Saw the thread title and nearly laughlaughed myself off my chair
Sorry about that lol. Didnt have a chance to change it yet. Thread was started in 2008 for the 2009 season.

For those wondering it was previously called 'Lewis Brown to the Warriors'...
 
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Glad that hes going out on a high with a plan for his future. I like the little cantabrian and thought he was good, not great, in his time with us.
 
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Was a handy footballer when he was at his peak. Useful player in that he could cover a few positions which is useful to cover injuries.

Looked like he was a bit off the pace last year. Probably a good time to call it a day.

A pity he's stuck on 199 though.
 
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He can say he played in a grand final.
That was his best year for me.
Just plugged any hole effectively.
 
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