1. Stacey Jones

    Stacey Jones

    Former Junior Kiwi Test captain made his mark as a 19-year-old halfback in the Warriors’ debut season. The grandson of Maunga Emery, NZ international halfback of the 1960s, Jones was selected in the Kiwis’ World Cup squad at the end of 1995 and was a regular visitor to the Test arena during the...
  2. Joe Vagana

    Joe Vagana

    One of the tallest players to ever represent NZ, forward Joe Vagana represented Western Samoa in 1995’s World Cup before making his Test debut with the Kiwis the following year. He spent six seasons with the Warriors’ after the club’s debut in the ARL, but following the Kiwis’ World Cup campaign...
  3. Tony Tuimavave

    Tony Tuimavave

    Until the formation of the Auckland Warriors, Tony remained largely unheard off outside of the Auckland Scene. He played for the Mt Albert Lions and Northcote Tigers in the Auckland Rugby League competition. He was an Auckland rep from 1988 to 1994 playing over 30 matches for the province. In...
  4. Player Henry Perenara

    Henry Perenara https://www.nrl.com/news/latestnews/newsarticle/tabid/10874/newsid/61296/perenara-to-ref-all-stars-/default.aspx I'm stoked for Henry. I was very impressed with his work in the Maori v England last year.
  5. Player Ben Lythe

    Ben Lythe Drew with Newcastle after Ben Lythe had a kick charged down in the final minute when leading 18-12
  6. Player Jason Death

    Jason Death I always wondered what would happen if former Warrior Jason Death ended up becoming a doctor...
  7. Staff Daniel Anderson

    Daniel Anderson On the Sunday Roast, it has been said Daniel Anderson has been approached to coach the Penrith Panthers side in 2009.
  8. Player Matt Spence

    Matt Spence League player on and off since 1985. Heres my question Which former Warrior is now playing for Turangi Dambusters in the Bay Of Plenty Reserve Grade Comp
  9. Staff Mark Graham

    According to this weeks RLW, Mark Graham still wants to punch Stacey Jones for signing with the Warriors in 2000 after the Tainui troubles... He also claims that Stacey had to train on his own during this period because everyone else in the Kiwis disapproved? True/False/Somewhere in...
  10. Player Terry Hermansson

    Terry Hermansson Is that the problem Terry Hermansson used to have? I know he used to get fluid put in before games via a needle, and taken out afterwards. (Or the other way around.)
  11. Player Logan Swann

    Logan Swann From www.nzherald.co.nz By Michael Brown Logan Swann will finish his first-grade career in the place it all started after he signed a one-year deal with the Warriors yesterday. The 31-year-old second-rower was signed because of a lack of experience in the back row following...
  12. Player Shontayne Hape

    Shontayne Hape From www.warriors.co.nz: Kiwi centre Shontayne Hape scored four tries as defending English Super League champions Bradford Bulls hammered play-off debutants Salford City Reds 52-6 in their elimination play-off on Saturday. The Bulls hit a rich vein of form in a nine-try rout...
  13. Player David Myles

    David Myles David Myles was a good, hard working player. Warriors player of the year 2000, didn't get opportunities in future seasons, but whenever he wore that jersey he didn't disgrace himself.... far from it. Good type.
  14. Player Awen Guttenbeil

    Awen Guttenbeil Is it just me or has Guttenbeil found a new lease of life coming off the bench this year. What I cannot understand is why the Warriors have not signed him?:roll: He has been at the club for 10 years which means next year part of his salary will not be included in the Cap. I...
  15. Player Henry Fa'afili

    Henry Fa'afili BBC Sport Tuesday, 2 May 2006, 09:25 GMT 10:25 UK Fa'afili praised by coach Cullen by Dave Woods Warrington boss Paul Cullen believes his side can only get better - if his players follow the example of star winger Henry Fa'afili. The Kiwi flyer has scored 15 tries...
  16. Player Ali Lauiti'iti

    Ali Lauiti'iti Could this salary cap debacle further explain the departure of these key players? It adds to reasons for them to leave (to stay under the cap). It seems it certainly would have helped.
  17. Player Wairangi Koopu

    Wairangi Koopu Koopu steps up to take the lead 14 February 2006 By GIFFORD LEE This season is Wairangi Koopu's year to take a leadership mantle at the Warriors as the rugby league franchise prepares to embark on the NRL season without the irreplaceable experience of Stacey Jones and Monty...
  18. Player Monty Betham

    Good to hear, good luck to him Betham takes Wakefield captaincy Betham has extensive captaincy experience with the NZ Warriors Wakefield have appointed former New Zealand international Monty Betham as their captain for the new season. The 27-year-old, who joined the club from New Zealand...
  19. Staff Ivan Cleary

    what do we all think of ivan cleary? im a bit worried about this season, previous seasons i have thought the warriors were premiership material but i just dont think ivan cleary has enough knowledge and skill to lead the warriors to the top 8 let alone the top this year. i personally think it...
  20. Player Francis Meli

    Francis Meli Fresh start for Saints By Phil Gordos Saturday, 31 December 2005, 14:34 GMT Paul Sculthorpe was the obvious choice to succeed Andy Farrell as Great Britain skipper when the Wigan legend made the switch to rugby union in March. So it must have come as a huge disappointment to...