SECOND ROW | TONY TATUPU (#12)
A tall ball-playing back rower, Tatupu (born on July 26, 1969), was signed by the Auckland Warriors from the local football scene.
Out of the Mount Albert club, he played for North Harbour in the Lion Red Cup in 1994 and also won Kiwi selection...
Ackland played rugby league in New Zealand in the 1980s as a forward. In 1981, he won the Lipscombe Cup while playing in the Auckland Rugby League competition for Mt Albert. He also was named man of the match in the 1981 Fox Memorial grand final, after scoring a try. In 1983, he won the Bert...
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...
Ah Van made his debut for the New Zealand Warriors in 2006 against the Manly Sea Eagles. He went onto play in fifty four games for the club. In 2007 he also played for the Auckland Lions in the NSWRL Premier League and he played for the Auckland Vulcans in the 2009 and 2010 NSW Cup competitions...
Matagi served a year in Manawatu Prison, after being convicted of assault. His conviction meant he could not obtain a visa to travel to Australia until 2012.
Following his release from prison, Matagi began playing rugby league. He played for the Te Atatu Roosters and Mount Albert Lions in the...
Patrick Ah Van
What did people think of Patrick? I thought he was technically very good player. He did well under the high balls he was given, I think he could do with a little more time in the weights room because he got smashed alot, didn't look to break tackles with the ball.
I think he...
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