CANTERBURY Bulldogs coach Steve Folkes is desperate for his charges to revive their ailing National Rugby League season tomorrow night against the New Zealand Warriors in Wellington.
LOOKS can be deceptive for New Zealand Warriors prop Jerry Seuseu.
AS a senior player for the New Zealand Warriors, Logan Swann feels some responsibility for the way they play and when the team play poorly and lose, it's not easy to take.
FORMER Wellingtonian Tony Kemp has his eyes on a first team coaching job in the National Rugby League but is happy serving his apprenticeship as assistant coach at the New Zealand Warriors.
AUSTRALIAN captain Andrew Johns admitted he had "crossed the line" and was paying the price for his carelessness in Newcastle's explosive National Rugby League clash with Wests Tigers.
LANCE Hohaia is recovering from a groin strain and will not be used if he has not recovered sufficiently by the weekend to ensure he can also back up against the Canterbury Bulldogs in Wellington on Friday, May 2.
DANIEL Anderson's headaches this week won't come from premature celebration.
AN emergency meeting of the Auckland Regional Council (ARC) yesterday decided to raise a loan for a $23 million upgrade of Ericsson Stadium, home of the New Zealand Warriors rugby league team.
MOUNT Albert and Hibiscus Coast will be strong, the Central Falcons and Taranaki weak when the national domestic competition kicks off this weekend, but between the two extremes there should be a levelling-out of abilities.
WELLINGTON'S Gerard Stokes wants to continue as Kiwi assistant coach under newly appointed Daniel Anderson, but is unsure of his chances.