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CENTRE Dane Nielsen is set to be granted a formal release today from the last year of his Vodafone Warriors contract as head coach Andrew McFadden continues to reshape the club's NRL squad.
KIWI back rower Bodene Thompson is joining the Vodafone Warriors on a three-year contract for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 NRL seasons.
BACK rower Feleti Mateo has been granted an early release from the last two years of his Vodafone Warriors contract to return to Sydney.
BEN Flower has today apologised for the punches that led to his sending off in Saturday's Super League Grand Final.
ST Helens claimed their first Super League title since 2006 with a hard-fought win over twelve man Wigan Warriors.
CANTERBURY of New Zealand has extended its partnership with the Vodafone Warriors to nine seasons after signing a new three-year term to the end of the 2017 NRL season.
WARRIORS general manager football Dean Bell has announced head of athletic development Carl Jennings is leaving the club.
ALL the scores & scorers from the preliminary finals of the National Youth Competition - Holden Cup Under 20's.
THE highly-rated Andrew Webster has today been named as head coach Andrew McFadden's second new assistant coach for the Vodafone Warriors' 2015 NRL campaign.
THE vastly-experienced Tony Iro has today been confirmed to return to the Vodafone Warriors as one of two new assistant coaches for the 2015 NRL season.
FORWARD Sam Lousi will leave the Vodafone Warriors at the end of the season after being granted a request to be released from the last year of his contract in 2015.
AN emphatic 42-0 win wasn't enough for the New Zealand Warriors to creep into the top eight today, the home side smashing the Gold Coast Titans at Mt Smart Stadium in front of 13,000 fans.
THE Sydney Roosters have kept their minor premiership hopes alive, with an emphatic 46-12 win over the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium in front of 19,000 fans.
A controversial Sione Mata'utia try has helped the Newcastle Knights to a thrilling 28-22 victory over the New Zealand Warriors at Hunter Stadium in front of 12,000.
THE New Zealand Warriors triumphed over a resilient Cronulla Sharks side 16-12 yesterday at Mt Smart Stadium which keeps their finals bid alive all the while keeping the Sharks in the wooden spoon position.