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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.
VASTLY-EXPERIENCED playmaker Thomas Leuluai has extended his Vodafone Warriors contract to the end of the 2017 NRL season.
THE New Zealand Warriors have broken a 17 year hoodoo at GIO Stadium to inflict a 54-18 win over the Canberra Raiders in front of just under 8,000 fans.
THE Sea Eagles have opened a four-point gap at the top of the NRL ladder after a stoic and defence-oriented 22-12 victory over the New Zealand Warriors today in front of 19,199 parochial fans in Auckland.
IN front of a 37,082 strong crowd at Suncorp. The Brisbane Broncos outlasted a brutal Warriors pack to run away 28-22 winners in a round that will be marked as #RiseForAlex. The lead of the game constantly changed throughout until the Broncos scored two quick back to back tries to seal the game.
IN front of a 14,087 strong crowd at Mt Smart Stadium on a Saturday night, the New Zealand Warriors outscored the Parramatta Eels in what was a single sided affair by a total of 48-0.
THE New Zealand Warriors continued a great run of form at home with an entertaining 30-20 victory over a gallant Penrith Panthers side at Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday.
AS 16,000 fans celebrated onesie night at the footy, the New Zealand Warriors have scored a 19-10 victory over the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smart Stadium.
SOUTH Sydney have battled to secure a courageous win over the New Zealand Warriors in front of a record Perth crowd tonight, trouncing their Kiwi opponents 34-18.
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 New Zealand Warriors have come home strongly to defeat the Newcastle Knights 38-18 in their first Mt Smart home game of the year, in front of over 19,000 fans.