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VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today announced Mount Smart Stadium will be the club's Auckland home venue for the 2015 NRL campaign, confirming nearly all regular season games will be played there.
THE hype is there. With many thanks to the recently played Auckland Nines competition, the wheels are most certainly moving on the Warriors rollercoaster that will take their fans through a completely unpredicatable season.
THE Penrith Panthers have claimed a surprise scalp across the Tasman today after defeating the New Zealand Warriors 28-24 in front of 11,596 fans at Mt Smart Stadium.
A long distance effort from Konrad Hurrell has given the Warriors an undefeated June and a 18-16 victory over a gallant Broncos side in front of 15,515 fans tonight at Mt Smart.
A spirited performance from the New Zealand Warriors has seen them record a third straight victory today, 18-16 over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in front of 11,142 at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE Warriors may be seen as an inconsistent side but there's one thing they do very consistently - they tank when pre-season expectations are high.
THE Melbourne Storm have grinded out a typically tough win in Auckland this afternoon, running out 22-12 victors over home side the Warriors in front of a bumper 20,487 Mt Smart Stadium crowd
THE Warriors have turned in a superb first half rush to get past the Brisbane Broncos tonight at Mt Smart Stadium, with the home side 30-20 winners over the high-flying Broncos
THE Warriors have always been a punter's nightmare and 2011 was no different. After kicking off their season with three consecutive losses, a grand final berth certainly did not appear on the horizon...
THE Jetstar Gold Coast Titans have named an unchanged 18-man squad for Sunday's tough away clash against the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland.
THE Gold Coast Titans will take the two competition points in a performance that was never spectacular but always classy at Mt Smart Stadium today, a 30-10 victory over the New Zealand Warriors going their way in front of 10,205 fans.
THE Dragons stood strong against a determined Warriors outfit this afternoon, claiming a 29-4 win at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
THE New Zealand Warriors have won their 10th match in twelve weeks to send the Sydney Roosters packing from the 2008 NRL Premiership, earning a 30-13 victory in front of 25,585 fans tonight at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
THE New Zealand Warriors have kept their winning run going with a tremendous 8-6 win over the Melbourne Storm at Mt Smart Stadium in difficult conditions.
THE New Zealand Warriors have kept there slim finals hopes alive tonight defeating the Cowboys 24-14 in front of a small crowd at Mt Smart Stadium.