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  1. 2004/2005 Home Jersey

    2004/2005 Home Jersey

    The home and away would be the only range of jerseys where the Warriors would use them for consecutive years without altering it in the slightest. The only change from the year before was the use of a different sleeve sponsor logo. 2003 used Lion Red League while 2004/2005 used Lion Red Beer...
  2. 2003 Training Black Jersey

    2003 Training Black Jersey

    Never played in by the team during the pre-season trials or the regular season. There was another black version available that had a sleeve sponsor and black inner collar. If anyone can identify the sleeve sponsor than please me know. This jersey may even be from a different year as Im yet to...
  3. 2003 Training Grey Jersey

    2003 Training Grey Jersey

    Never played in by the team during the pre-season trials or the regular season. There was another grey version available that had a sleeve sponsor and black inner collar. If anyone can identify the sleeve sponsor than please me know. This jersey may even be from a different year as Im yet to...
  4. 2003 Special

    2003 Special

    There was no reason as to why these jerseys were released. They were simply referred to as Warriors Special jerseys. Most collectors refer to them as the Warriors hoop jersey. These may have been worn in the trial game against the Panthers in Invercargill but I have no evidence to confirm that...
  5. 2003 Away

    2003 Away

    Opposite to the home jersey being silver and black. Part of the Warriors complete overhaul of the jersey. CHECK THROUGH THE IMAGE GALLERY OF THIS POST TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES AVAILABLE OFFICIAL REPLICA - For some reason the sizing on these jerseys were huge compared to previous seasons...
  6. 2003 Home Jersey

    2003 Home Jersey

    Based off the 3 year cycle of the white 2000 home jersey the Warriors were allowed to replace their complete range. The new home jersey would be black and silver losing all trace of the original home colours. CHECK THROUGH THE IMAGE GALLERY OF THIS POST TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES AVAILABLE...
  7. 2002 Special

    2002 Special

    Referred to as The Warriors Mt Albert jersey. As far as Im aware there were only 20-30 jerseys ever made and almost all were auction off. One was kept by the Warriors, another was given to Mt Albert Rugby League club (Ivan Cleary's number 1 jersey) and even Helen Clark ended up with one...
  8. 2001 Training Blue

    2001 Training Blue

    For this year two training jerseys were released in blue and white so the team could wear them during opposed sessions. The main reason was to have something to train in that simulated the game jersey they would wear without having to rely solely on the previous seasons jerseys. CHECK THROUGH...
  9. 2002 Away

    2002 Away

    Only type available is the player issue or match worn jerseys. Was the same jersey as the 2000 home jersey and the 2001 away jersey but with a large NRL badge sewn over the old one. The new badge had the Telstra Premiership logo under the NRL logo and incorporated within the logo as opposed to...
  10. 2002 Home

    2002 Home

    Same as the 2001 home jersey with a few minor changes. The NRL would have a new logo that integrated the Telstra Premiership logo better and the back would lose the white across the yoke. The biggest change was probably the smallest and that was changing the colour of the Warriors logo from...
  11. 2001 Away

    2001 Away

    Was only available as player issue or match worn jerseys. Replicas that were sold were the jersey from the previous season with the Barter Card sleeve sponsor on it. The home jersey from 2000 was modified to become the 2001 away jersey. A Telstra Premiership badge was sewn on top of the NRL...
  12. 2001 Home

    2001 Home

    With new owners, a new coach and a new name came a new jersey. Then Warriors CEO Eric Watson met with Puma in December 2000 and asked that the club was after a new playing strip with black as the predominant colour. This was to represent the broader New Zealand base the new team was catering...
  13. 2000 Away Jersey

    2000 Away Jersey

    Officially the Warriors away jersey but it was also worn at home. This jersey was made so the Warriors could have an alternative jersey to wear after years of only having the one white coloured jersey form both home and away. Warriors were to wear this jersey against the St George Illawarra...
  14. 2000 Home

    2000 Home

    2000 would see a new official supplier in Puma. With a new supplier we would also get a complete new look and gone completely from the jerseys would be the colour green. The white jersey would be labeled as our home jersey but this was worn away if our red away jersey clashed with the home...
  15. 1999 Home/Away Jersey

    1999 Home/Away Jersey

    1999 season would see new owners and a new major sponsor at the Warriors. First thing new owners (a consortium of Taninui tribe, Graham Lowe and Malcolm Boyle) would do was straighten the tongue on the Warriors logo in the hope of reversing the curse. This change would arrive too late for the...
  16. 1998 Home/Away Jersey

    1998 Home/Away Jersey

    With the Super League coming to an expensive end, Australasian teams would once again be reunited under the one organisiation. This time it would be under the newly formed NRL. The same design would be used as the previous year with the new NRL badge and new sleeve sponsor Barter Card. As in...
  17. 1997 Colts Jersey

    1997 Colts Jersey

    Warriors Colts were sponsored by Coca-Cola and included future Warriors players like Monty Betham, Ali Lauitiiti and Warangi Koopu. Only jerseys out there were player issue or match worn. These werent available for general sale. The jersey photo used here doesnt have the sleeve sponsor on it...
  18. 1997 Home/Away Jersey

    1997 Home/Away Jersey

    Warriors would disband from the ARL and join the News Limited run Super League competition. Super League saw the introduction of a generic design by Nike that would only differ in club colours. There was only one jersey for both home and away fixtures with the only difference being the colour of...
  19. 1995 Away Jersey

    1995 Away Jersey

    White away/alternate version of the home jersey. CHECK THROUGH THE IMAGE GALLERY OF THIS POST TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES AVAILABLE OFFICIAL REPLICA - Made by CCC. Two versions of this jersey were made with one made of polyester and the other cotton. Both versions are rare and one in good...
  20. 1995 Home Jersey

    1995 Home Jersey

    The original jersey. This would be the Warriors inaugural jersey. The original logo was designed by Francis Allan from the Advertising company Colenso and was released in August 1992. The first tekoteko featured a straight tongue however Warriors CEO at the time, Ian Robson, and Marketing...