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WINGER Manu Vatuvei and centre Jerome Ropati will both miss playing alongside Stacey Jones in his final NRL match for the Vodafone Warriors against Melbourne at Mount Smart Stadium on Saturday night.
A faultless kicking display from Hazem El Masri and first half Josh Morris hat trick proved decisive in the Bulldogs defeat of an average New Zealand Warriors side 40-20, in front of an impressive 41,835 fans at ANZ Stadium this afternoon.
VODAFONE Warriors captain Steve Price will miss the club
VODAFONE Warriors winger Denan Kemp is returning to Australia after asking the club for a release from the second year of his contract.
CAPTAIN Steve Price and centre Jerome Ropati are both set to rejoin the Vodafone Warriors for their 24th-round NRL game against Canberra at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday.
VODAFONE Junior Warriors captain Elijah Taylor will make his first-grade debut in a much-changed line-up for the club
PROP Evarn Tuimavave is set to make his long-awaited 100th NRL appearance in the Vodafone Warriors
THE St George Bank Dragons have named a near -full strength side for their clash with the Warriors this Sunday in Auckland with seven players returning from representative duties and/or injury.
CAPTAIN Steve Price and winger Kevin Locke are both set to return for the Vodafone Warriors
THE Canberra Raiders reminded us all of some of their fantastic, entertaining football from last year when they crushed the New Zealand Warriors 38-12 in a wonderful performance in Canberra this afternoon.
WINGER Manu Vatuvei is rated a chance of making his return from injury for the Vodafone Warriors
A throat injury has today ruled Vodafone Warriors captain Steve Price out of Sunday
PATRICK Ah Van replaces the injured Brent Tate at right centre and veteran Stacey Jones will start at halfback when the Vodafone Warriors face South Sydney at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday.
FULLBACK Kevin Locke delivered three key moments in the last nine minutes to guide the Vodafone Junior Warriors to their first win of the NYC season at Mt Smart Stadium tonight.
A last minute Jerome Ropati try has secured the two competition points for the New Zealand Warriors with a 26-24 win over the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 16,307 supporters in what was a sensational match of rugby league this afternoon.