glenora bears

  1. mt.wellington

    Player Boycie Nelson

    Boycie Nelson Nelson grew up playing rugby league, playing for the Glenora Bears in the Auckland Rugby League competition. Nelson was signed by the Auckland Warriors and played for their Colts side in the 1995 Lion Red Cup. In 1996, he was involved in the Waitakere City Raiders side that...
  2. mt.wellington

    Player Brady Malam

    Brady Malam In 1996 the Glenora Bear junior made his ARL debut for the Auckland Warriors. He was a key part of the 1996 team that made the Reserve Grade Grand Final. He was also named Development Player of the Year. He went on to play 55 games for the Warriors, both from the bench and...
  3. mt.wellington

    Player Duane Mann

    Duane Mann HOOKER | DUANE MANN (#9) The well-travelled Mann was nearing the end of his top level playing career when he joined the Auckland Warriors for their debut campaign. The Glenora Bears product made his Kiwi Test debut against the Kangaroos Australia in 1989, toured England and France...
  4. Poasa Faamausili

    Poasa Faamausili

    Debuted for the Sydney Roosters in 2018 against the Titans. In 2020, Faamausili was loaned to the New Zealand Warriors for 4 weeks before being recalled after the Roosters own injury concerns. Faamausili made his Warriors debut in Roound 4, 2022 against the Penrith Panthers. On 15 October...
  5. mt.wellington

    Player Poasa Faamausili

    Poasa Faamausili Height:188 cm Weight:108 kg Age:24 Date of Birth:14 February 1996 Birthplace:Auckland, NZ Nickname: Po Debut Club:Sydney Roosters Opposition:Gold Coast Titans Date:15 July 2018 Round:18 Previous Club:- Junior Club:Glenora Bears Biography: A traditionally hard worker in...
  6. Junior Pauga

    Junior Pauga

    Junior ended his rookie NYC season with seven tries in 14 games. Off the field he worked for the club’s community department and is studying to be a personal trainer. 2015 - Warriors U20 NYC 2016 - Warriors Reserve Grade
  7. ramraider78

    General 2016 Auckland Rugby League Competition

    Auckland Rugby League's Fox Memorial Competition kicks off this week - Hopefully a different club wins it.
  8. Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki was signed from the Glenora Bears and made his professional and Warriors debut in 2004. During his Warriors career he was used mainly as an interchange player, starting only ten games in sixty nine appearances. A player who was noted for his often brutal tackles he would become...
  9. Henry Perenara

    Henry Perenara

    Attending Lynfield College, Perenara played for the New Lynn Stags and Bay Roskill Vikings and represented the New Zealand Secondary Schools team in 1998. Part of the Glenora Bears club that dominated Auckland Fox league at the time he played NPC for Northland while under contract to the...
  10. Ben Lythe

    Ben Lythe

    Hailing from West Auckland, Lythe played for the Mt Albert Lions and Glenora Bears in the Auckland Rugby Leaguecompetition and also played for the Waitakere City Raiders in the national Lion Red Cup. He was part of the team that lost the 1996 Lion Red Cup Grand Final, although he kicked three...
  11. Carl Doherty

    Carl Doherty

    A Glenora Bears junior, in 1999 he shot to prominence when he was called up from the local Auckland scene by the Auckland Warriors. He played five games for the club in the National Rugby League during the 1999 season. He was one of several options trialled by the Warriors as they searched for a...
  12. Cliff Beverley

    Cliff Beverley

    Beverley signed for the then Auckland Warriors in 1999. He made his debut in round four, replacing an injured Matthew Ridge. He played 44 National Rugby League games for the club, half of them from the bench. 1995 Waitakere City 1999–2001 Auckland Warriors 2002 Barrow Raiders 2003–2005 Salford...
  13. Steve Buckingham

    Steve Buckingham

    Started at Glenora Bears before a match payment dispute saw him play for Mt Albert. Used for 2 games with the Auckland Warriors as injury cover. Now coaches the Mt Albert Premier side in the Fox Memorial. 1997 Auckland Warriors 2003 New Zealand A 2004 New Zealand A Captain
  14. Brady Malam

    Brady Malam

    In 1996 he made his ARL debut for the Auckland Warriors. He was a key part of the 1996 team that made the Reserve Grade Grand Final. He was also named Development Player of the Year. He went on to play 55 games for the Warriors, both from the bench and starting at prop. In 1997, during the Super...
  15. Duane Mann

    Duane Mann

    Duane Mann, part of the famous Mann league family, started as a Glenora Bear junior. Was selected for the very first Mate Ma'a Tonga International team in 1986. Moved to England to play for the Warrington Wolves in 1989 before being signed by the Auckland Warriors. Returned home and played for...
  16. 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.
  17. Player Ben Lythe

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

    Steve Buckingham From www.nzrl.co.nz: The Auckland Lions are the 2006 Bartercard Cup champions. The Brian McClennan coached side picked up a hard fought 25-18 win over the Canterbury Bulls at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Monday night. Auckland skipper Steve Buckingham – who made...
  19. Player Epalahame Lauaki

    Epalahame Lauaki 05/04/2006 XtraMSN Warriors head coach Ivan Cleary has had a good news-bad news week. The good came on Sunday as Steve Price and his players came away from Newcastle's EnergyAustralia Stadium with a second successive NRL win there against the Knights. It was also the...
  20. General Cliff Beverley

    Cliff Beverley my 22nd player would be cliff beverley.