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  1. mt.wellington

    Player Patrick Sipley

    Patrick Sipley Patrick Sipley Q & A His road to the NRL has taken longer than planned, and it’s been a frustrating journey at times. But this week 24-year-old Patrick Sipley finally achieved his goal of earning an NRL contract, joining brother Toafofoa in the Warriors’ first-grade squad for...
  2. Patrick Sipley

    Patrick Sipley

    Started his junior footy with brother Toafofoa Sipley ay City-Newton Dragons and Richmond Rovers. Western Springs College boy all through high school years. Went over when I finished high school to try and play U-20s at Manly. Had a few years there but it didn’t work out, so came back and...
  3. Joseph Vuna

    Joseph Vuna

    Rep. Honours:NZ Secondary Schools, Counties Manukau Stingrays 17s
  4. Leivaha Pulu

    Leivaha Pulu

    Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Pulu is of Tongan descent and played his junior rugby league for the Marist Saints. He moved to Australia as a 16-year-old and attended Keebra Park State High School, before being signed by the Wests Tigers. In 2009 and 2010, Pulu played for the Wests Tigers' NYC...
  5. James Bell

    James Bell

    'Jimmy' has come through the Vodafone Warriors' system, making his mark with the Papakura Sea Eagles to earn the opportunity to play NYC football in 2014. He impressed throughout the season as a rugged back rower culminating in him playing in the club's grand final-winning side. No longer...
  6. mt.wellington

    Player Tevita Satae

    Tevita Chris Satae https://www.nzwarriors.com/player-profiles/chris-satae.400/
  7. Blain

    Player Jordan Pinnock

    Jordan Pinnock Player Discussion Thread Yeah and who is the ginger unit, maybe a NSW cup signing?
  8. Isaiah Papalii

    Isaiah Papalii

    The former Mount Albert Grammar student First XV player has been a standout with the Junior Warriors. While playing First XV for MAGs he helped the team win National First XV Championship Final against Hastings High School in 2016. Same year he would make his Warriors NYC debut and be selected...
  9. Ofahiki Ogden

    Ofahiki Ogden

    Odgen played for Mangere East Hawks and made New Zealand rep teams right throughout the age groups. The big second rower underlined his durability by appearing in all but two of the Vodafone Warriors’ 27 NYC games in 2015. Ogden was given a contract by the club to the end of 2017. 2012 New...
  10. mt.wellington

    Player Toafofoa Sipley

    Could have sworn we had a thread for this guy. Anyway can always merge them if it shows up. This kid is going to have a huge future if his body holds up... POST MATCH | Toafofoa Sipley Sun 1st May, 05:36PM <script height="349px" width="620px"...
  11. mt.wellington

    Player Jacob Lillyman

    Bit late in his career but heres a thread for all Bull related news, articles and discussion. Important day for Jillyman... NRL: Jacob Lillyman to reach New Zealand Warriors milestone 6:47 PM Tuesday Mar 29, 2016 Jacob Lillyman. Photo / Getty Popular Warriors prop Jacob Lillyman will reach a...
  12. mt.wellington

    Player Sam Lisone

    Sam Lisone Just a thread to chart the career of Sam Lisone through articles and posts... NRL prop Sam Lisone coming of age at the New Zealand Warriors DAVID LONG Last updated 05:12, August 14 2015 GETTY IMAGES Sam Lisone has been a go-to man for the Warriors this season. There was a...
  13. Ligi Sao

    Ligi Sao

    Sao played his junior football for the Manurewa Marlins in the Auckland Rugby League competition. He was then signed by the New Zealand Warriors, playing in the 2012 Toyota Cup for the Junior Warriors. In 2013 Sao signed with the Manly Sea Eagles. Sao played in both the 2013 Holden Cup and the...
  14. Toafofoa Sipley

    Toafofoa Sipley

    Sipley is another young talent off the production line that is St Paul’s College. In addition to representing his school, Toafofoa shot through the ranks at the Richmond Rovers. Breakthrough came in 2013 when he earned a place in the Vodafone Junior Warriors squad and the NZ Residents 18s for...
  15. Sam Lisone

    Sam Lisone

    Lisone has quickly become a dominant force in the game. Emerging out of Tangaroa College, he started to gain traction as a prop with the Otahuhu Leopards. With his imposing frame, Lisone consistently brought his physicality on both sides of the game, shedding tacklers on attack and shutting...
  16. Steve Rapira

    Steve Rapira

    Rapira played for Hukanui in the Waikato Rugby League competition and the Waicoa Bay Stallions in the Bartercard Cup. Rapira played for the New Zealand Under-16's in 2004 and made the Junior Kiwis in 2005. He became a New Zealand Warriors junior and playing in their inaugural 2008 Toyota Cup...
  17. Mataupu Poching

    Mataupu Poching

    Poching attended Aorere College and played for the Mangere East Hawks in the Auckland Rugby League competition. He also played for the Counties Manukau Jetz in the Bartercard Cup. As a 19 year old he played in the NSWRL Premier League for the Auckland Lions in twenty matches before joining the...
  18. Jeremy Latimore

    Jeremy Latimore

    Latimore played for the Sharks' Premier League team in 2006 before being signed by the Parramatta Eels. In Round 11 of the 2009 NRL season, he made his NRL debut for the Eels against the South Sydney Rabbitohs. After playing 7 games for the Eels that year, he signed with the New Zealand...
  19. Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ukuma Ta'ai

    Ta'ai was educated at Tonga College and originally played rugby union. When he moved to Auckland, New Zealand, Ta'ai played for the University club and made the Auckland Rugby Union second XV. The following year, at the suggestion of a friend, he switched codes and joined the Mt Albert Rugby...
  20. Jesse Royal

    Jesse Royal

    Royal was a chef in the Army and played Bartercard Cup for Central Falcons as well as representing Waikato. Royal was signed by the Penrith Panthers but failed to make first grade playing in the NSW Cup in 2004. The following year he signed a 2 year contract with the Knights. Again he failed to...