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THE injury-hit New Zealand Warriors are down to the bare minimum with just 17 fit players to choose from for Sunday's NRL match against Canberra in Auckland.
GOLD Coast Titans have this afternoon created history for the club, defeating the Vodafone Warriors at Skilled Park by 36-24, and in doing so now have won 5 consecutive games, never before achieved by the Titans
COACH Ivan Cleary sees greater mental strength as the key to overturning the New Zealand Warriors' poor away form this NRL this season.
THIS week's Bulls Eye talks to Bradford coach Steve McNamara and hooker Terry Newton about Sunday's Super League clash with the Wigan Warriors.
NZ Warriors coach Ivan Cleary has responded to his side's heavy NRL loss to North Queensland by making three changes for Sunday's clash with the Gold Coast.
AN earlier-than-expected return from injury by Matt Bowen has sparked the North Queensland Cowboys to put in their most dominant performance of the year so far, dismantling the Warriors 48-20.
NEW Zealand have produced an uncompromising second half to score a 36-16 victory over the Bulldogs at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have kept their perfect 2008 NRL home record intact, overcoming the Canterbury Bulldogs 36-16.
YOUNG winger Patrick Ah Van is relishing the NRL education he is getting by partnering experienced centre Brent Tate for the New Zealand Warriors.
NEW Zealand Warriors captain Ruben Wiki claimed his side had won back some respect after its 26-20 NRL win over Newcastle at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have re-signed promising backrower Sonny Fai until the end of the 2010 NRL season.
THE New Zealand Warriors put last week's loss at the hands of Melbourne behind them, beating Newcastle by six points in their NRL match in Auckland.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held out a valiant Newcastle Knights outfit this afternoon in Auckland, victorious by 26-20 at Mt Smart Stadium.
FIVE days on and New Zealand Warriors coach Ivan Cleary is still scratching his head over his side's 52-6 defeat by Manly.
AT least one player had cause to smile as the NZ Warriors kept their eyes down while passing through Sydney on Tuesday, a day after their NRL mauling by Manly.