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  1. mt.wellington

    Staff John Monie

    John Monie John Monie was a Standoff who played for his local club on the Central Coast, Woy Woy. After playing in over 100 first grade games for Woy Woy, in 1968 he moved to the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. In 1968, in a game against Newtown, he became the first Cronulla player to score four...
  2. 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...
  3. Michael Witt

    Michael Witt

    Having played at a number of clubs as a journeyman he would sign a 3 year deal for the Warriors. He would play five-eight with Grant Rovelli in the halves and also was the Warriors first choice goal kicker. His goal kicking was at the time one of the most accurate in the competition. Witts most...
  4. Tony Martin

    Tony Martin

    Former London Broncos centre overcame a shocking facial injury suffered in a cycling accident to be a try-scorer in Melbourne’s stunning 20-18 win over St George Illawarra Dragons in the 1999 grand final. Martin left the Storm at the end of 2000 to return to English club football before joining...
  5. Karl Temata

    Karl Temata

    Played for Hibiscus Coast and Cook Islands in the 2000 RLWC before getting a contract with the Warriors. Would play mostly at prop or second row and off the bench. After playing 52 games for the Warriors in 4 seasons he signed for the Harlequins RL (known as London Broncos now) where he would...
  6. Grant Young

    Grant Young

    Auckland prop played lower grades with the Roosters in the early 1990s before signing with the newly promoted South Queensland Crushers in the club’s debut season. Young was mainly used from the interchange bench in 1995 but made his Test debut against Papua New Guinea the following year before...
  7. Feleti Mateo

    Feleti Mateo

    Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Mateo is of English and Tongan descent. Mateo attended Westfields Sports High School until Year 10 and then moved to Terra Sancta College. During this time he played for the Dundas Shamrocks and Lalor Park Kookaburras before being signed by the Parramatta Eels...
  8. Player Feleti Mateo

    Feleti Mateo wat is this guy doing? still going to play for nsw or is his form is not good enough to be selected. thought with mateo, sutton, jennings and farrah this will be a nsw side with a lot of 'thee X-fAactOR' minus mateo certainly makes a less entertaining side
  9. Player Michael Witt

    Michael Witt From By Michael Brown The Warriors are chasing Manly's Michael Witt as they look to find a solution to the five-eighths position. It's understood the 22-year-old half and accomplished goalkicker still has a year remaining on his Manly contract but the Warriors...
  10. Player Karl Temata

    Karl Temata From By Dale Budge Former Warrior Karl Temata suspects he was treated so poorly by the club at the end of last season because of the impending salary cap scandal. Temata, talking exclusively to, explained how the club failed to offer him a legitimate...
  11. Player Tony Martin

    Tony Martin Tony Martin wants to be a Kiwi! :lol: :lol: