General Warriors NYC side.

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warrior rok50_old

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New Zealand Warriors
1. Kevin Locke
2. Bill Tupou
3. Francis Leger
4. Rusty Bristow
5. Howie Matthews
6. Daniel O'Reigan (C)
7. Isaac John
8. Mataupu Poching
9. Jason Tou
10. Leeson Ah Mau
11. Micheal Afioga
12. Ben Matulino
13. Kurt Tehira

Interchange: 14. Arron Pawley 15. Eddy Purcell 16. Elijah Taylor 17. Nathaniel Neale
 

2big2strong_old

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Great looking line-up. Good to see Howie Matthews back in the side.

The Rabbits have a good NYC team too, so this will be a tough game.
 

kingdamo_old

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Great looking line-up. Good to see Howie Matthews back in the side.

The Rabbits have a good NYC team too, so this will be a tough game.

They do have a good side, although they have been severley weakened by a few promotions into first grade. Namely their halfback.
 

Wiki_old

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Very strong looking team and good to see some consistency with the side as we get to the middle of the season.

Looks like they have found a winner with that halves combination - that was perhaps the only weakness in our team before.

Oh, and I moved this to the NYC forum ;).
 

Esoj_old

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another good win for the boys this week

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The Vodafone Junior Warriors stormed up to fifth spot in the National Youth Competition by out-pointing South Sydney 31-4 at Mt Smart Stadium tonight.
The home side’s third straight victory enabled it to move to 16 points and climb from ninth spot to a clear fifth place at least for now.
The victory followed similarly decisive wins against the Sydney Roosters (40-10) and the Newcastle Knights (42-22).
But unlike last Saturday night when they led 42-0 soon after halftime there was no let-up from the Vodafone Warriors tonight.
They worked their way to a 10-0 lead at halftime through tries to prop Leeson Ah Mau and then centre Rusty Bristow.
And there was plenty of quality football in the second half as left winger Howie Matthews went in twice with hooker Arron Pawley and right winger Bill Tupou also scoring. South Sydney’s only joy was a late try to fullback Malcolm Webster.
Match details:

At Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland:
Vodafone Junior Warriors 31 (Howie Matthews 2, Leeson Ah Mau, Rusty Bristow, Arron Pawley, Bill Tupou tries; Kevin Locke 3 conversions; Isaac John field goal).
South Sydney Rabbitohs 4 (Malcolm Webster try).
Halftime: 10-0.
Referee: Bernie Sutton.