The 26-year-old hooker, in his second year with the Vodafone Warriors, has signed to stay on at Mount Smart Stadium until the end of the 2011 NRL season. After a handful of first-grade appearances for the Sydney Roosters and then Parramatta, Henderson joined Bradford in 2005 where he immediately tasted title success in the English Super League grand final and also in the 2006 World Club Challenge. Keen to return to the southern hemisphere he signed for the Vodafone Warriors, ensuring he was reunited with Ivan Cleary, who had coached him in the New South Wales Premier League. While Henderson missed his new club Like
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