1. Te Maire Martin

    Te Maire Martin

    Te Maire Martin was born in Tokoroa, New Zealand, and is of Māori descent, specifically Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa and Waikato Tainui Iwi (tribe). Martin played his junior football for Turangawaewae before moving to the Gold Coast, Australia and attended Keebra Park State High School on a...
  2. mt.wellington

    Player Tyran Smith

    Tyran Smith Rugby League nomad, a centre turned back-rower, represented the Maori team in the 2000 World Cup. Smith appeared in 8 Tests for NZ between 1994 and 2000. Only played one season with the Warriors where he made 10 appearances and scoring one try. He was in great form with the...
  3. mt.wellington

    Player Jerry Seuseu

    Jerry Seuseu A Mangere East Hawks junior, Seuseu represented the Counties Manukau Heroes in the Lion Red Cup in 1995 and 1996 before joining the Auckland Warriors where he was named Reserve Grader of the Year in 1997 in a side that lost the Reserve Grade Grand Final. Seuseu then became a...
  4. mt.wellington

    Player Grant Young

    Grant Young Young grew up in Wanganui, shifting to Queensland when he was a teenager. He played for a local Sunshine Coast club, the Beerwah Bulldogs, and from here made the Australian Residents side in 1994. In 1995 he signed with the newly promoted South Queensland Crushers in the club’s...
  5. mt.wellington

    Player Anthony Swann

    Anthony Swann Swann's career started with the Waitakere City Raiders in the 1994 Lion Red Cup, before he signed with the Auckland Warriors, joining there reserve grade side. He made the Warriors' first grade side in 1996 and played 36 times for the club. He was a New Zealand representative in...
  6. mt.wellington

    Player Mark Horo

    Mark Horo Auckland back rower, the younger brother of 1985-88 Test forward Shane Horo, played for English Club Salford in 1988-89, before joining P’matta. Mark Horo made his Test debut in the Kiwis’ stunning 13-6 win over Australia in 1987 while still playing in Auckland. He represented NZ...
  7. mt.wellington

    Player Marc Ellis

    Marc Ellis Ellis started playing rugby for Otago before gaining selection for the All Blacks in 1992. A wiry winger (he crossed for 6 tries when NZ beat Japan 145-7 in a 1995 World Cup qualifier. At the end of the 1995 season Ellis switched to league to play for the Auckland Warriors where...
  8. 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...
  9. mt.wellington

    Player Gavin Hill

    Gavin Hill
  10. mt.wellington

    Player Gene Ngamu

    Gene Ngamu STANDOFF | GENE NGAMU (#6) Born in Auckland on January 27, 1974, Ngamu played for Marist and Northcote in Auckland before being signed by Manly, then coached by Graham Lowe, in 1992. He made his first-grade debut and nine appearances in all in 1992 and 1993, signed with the...
  11. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

    Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

    Dallin Watene-Zelezniak was born in Hamilton, New Zealand, and is of Māori, Tongan and Polish descent and is from the Waikato Tainui Iwi. Watene-Zelezniak lived in Ngāruawāhia, before moving to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as a 5-year old. He played his junior rugby league for the St...
  12. Beastmode

    Player Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

    Dallin Watene-Zelezniak I reckon its already too late. He's coming whether we like it or not… But let’s debate?!!
  13. Stone

    Player Addin Fonua-Blake

    I'm genuinely stoked about signing AFB. So Imma create my 1st ever player thread & kick it off with a little something to wet the appetite ... Obviously the man is a tank, but AFB's also got a pretty good motor, pace, balance, footwork & hands for a man his size. Welcome to the Warriors...
  14. 1995Warriorsfan

    Internationals World Cup 9s 2019

    World Cup 9s 2019 Downer Rugby League World Cup Nines Sky Sport 4 Day 1 Friday 18th – 8.00p Day 2 Saturday 19th – 11.30am Men’s squads Australia Josh Addo-Carr (Melbourne Storm) Jai Arrow (Gold Coast Titans) AJ Brimson (Gold Coast Titans) Nathan Brown (Parramatta Eels) Kyle Feldt (North...
  15. RiceOwl

    Internationals Kiwis CEO Greg Peters

    New Zealand Rugby League set to announce Greg Peters as new CEO 28 May, 2018 5:48pm Former head of SANZAR and ex-Hurricanes boss Greg Peters is the new CEO of the New Zealand Rugby League. Photo / Getty Images. Former head of SANZAR and ex-Hurricanes boss Greg Peters is the new CEO of the New...
  16. Internationals Kiwis New Coach 2018?

    Kidwell has decided he won't be reapplying for the Kiwis job.
  17. mt.wellington

    Internationals KIWIS RLWC 2017 Campaign

    KIWIS RLWC 2017 Campaign
  18. 1995Warriorsfan

    Player Peta Hiku

    Peta Hiku given release from Warrington to join Warriors David Long 15:33, September 9 2017 The signing of Hiku is a great acquisition, but it also highlights a huge error the club made in 2012 when they decided not to offer him a contract, believing he wasn't good enough to play in the NRL...
  19. mt.wellington

    Player Manaia Cherrington

    [Signing] Cherrington joins club Richard Becht | Image: Fri 9th June, 12:58PM Former Wests Tigers and Cronulla hooker Manaia Cherrington is joining the Vodafone Warriors for the rest of this season and next on a second-tier contract. A member of the Kiwis’ squad in England...
  20. Marmers87

    Internationals New book on the story of the Rugby League World Cup

    Hi all, I wanted to share details of a book I've written on the Rugby League World Cup, which will be published in July (NZ) by HarperCollins, and to also share a pre-order link. It has plenty of Kiwi content and covers the 1970's, 1988 World Cup final, 1995, 2000, 2008 win and 2013 semi...