2013

  1. Konrad Hurrell

    Konrad Hurrell

    Born in Tonga, Konrad Hurrell moved to New Zealand in 2009 after being awarded an athletic scholarship to Auckland Grammar School. The multi-talented Hurrell played in the backline for the First XV, as well as representing the school in athletics and weightlifting. In 2011 he switched codes and...
  2. Kevin Locke

    Kevin Locke

    A Northcote Tigers junior who attended Northcote college, Locke first gained attention when he played for the Auckland Lionsin the NSWRL Premier League in 2007. In 2006 Locke made the Junior Kiwis side. In 2008 he was signed by the New Zealand Warriors and played in the Toyota Cup, finishing...
  3. Simon Mannering

    Simon Mannering

    After completing his high school education at Nelson College in 2004, Simon was signed by the Vodafone Warriors and made his debut in 2005. He soon became a regular feature of the line-up, playing in all 26 matches for the Warriors in 2007 and also appearing in each of the Kiwis' six tests. He...
  4. Manu Vatuvei

    Manu Vatuvei

    Born in New Zealand and bred in Otara, Auckland. Attended Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate and played for the Otara Scorpions and Otahuhu Leopards in Auckland Rugby League competitions before playing for the Otahuhu Ellerslie Leopards in the Bartercard Cup. ‘The Beast’ was scouted at the age of 16...
  5. Shaun Johnson

    Shaun Johnson

    Johnson's mother is Laotian and his father is a Pākehā (New Zealander of European origin). From Whangaparaoa, Johnson attended Orewa College and played many sports, including basketball and rugby union, but made his name playing touch and Australian rules football. Few players have had to deal...
  6. mt.wellington

    Player Ngani Laumape

    Laumape's star is on rise By Michael Burgess 5:30 AM Sunday Apr 7, 2013 Ngani Laumape has not looked overawed in his first two NRL games. Photo / Getty Images In the midst of a difficult start to the season for the Warriors, Ngani Laumape has been a breakthrough bonus. The NRL rookie...
  7. Spence

    Player Ben Matulino

    Matulino creates an NRL first in 100th game Tuesday 19 June 2012 6:05 PM Vodafone Warriors prop Ben Matulino created an even more significant slice of history than initially thought when he appeared in his 100th NRL game in Saturday night’s encounter with Cronulla. Checks have confirmed he...
  8. Xt1ncT

    Player Sio Siua Taukeiaho

    Does any one know what's happened to him? Loved arching him in the NYC side and he's not been around the last couple of games. Good prospect IMO.
  9. Player Bill Tupou

    Bill Tupou Just watching the game again and I must say Billy Tupou is really underrated. His work in this game has been top notch, was very good after an early mistake last week too. Obviously he's not perfect and has the odd stuff up, but he's really settling into the team nicely and...