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THE Warriors have made a turnaround after a six-match losing streak, tonight defeating Cronulla-Sutherland 12-2 and keeping their opposition tryless in absolutely atrocious conditions at Toyota Park.
OZBASH takes a look at the Warriors, who have lost their past six games in a row, so far in 2007.
THE Vodafone Warriors have named their side to face the Cronulla Sharks this Saturday at Toyota Park.
THE Melbourne Storm have defeated the New Zealand Warriors by 4-2 at rain-drenched Mt Smart Stadium today
LES Catalans Dragons have secured the services of Stacey Jones for another season.
VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today said the club had reluctantly decided not to appeal against a reckless high tackle charge laid against winger Michael Crockett.
NZ Warriors co-captain, Ruben Wiki, has been honoured officially for his contributions to the game in todays Queens Birthday Honours list.
WARRIORS back rower, Logan Swann, has not been slow in coming forward declaring his desire to see out his career with his club, the NZ Warriors.
EX Warrior and current Les Cattalans Dragon halfback, Stacey Jones, looks prepared to place his immenent retirement on hold as clubs on both sides of the globe scramble for The Little General's signature.
BULLDOGS have defeated a 12-man Warriors 40-20 at Mt Smart Stadium following the send off of Warriors winger Michael Crockett after just five minutes
FOUR changes have been made to the Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs side that was defeated by the Cowboys last week, for the side to tackle the Warriors in Auckland on Sunday.
EXPERIENCED back rower Wairangi Koopu is poised to make his return to NRL action when the Vodafone Warriors have their first taste of Monday Night Football against Parramatta next week.
FOUR players will return to the Eels 17 man squad for Parramatta's first Monday night match of the 2007 season, up against the New Zealand Warriors at Parramatta Stadium on Monday 28 May.
NEWCASTLE Knights have fought long and hard to come away with the points in front of a vocal home crowd tonight at Energy Australia Stadium to defeat the Warriors by 24-18.
VODAFONE Warriors utility Lance Hohaia, hooker George Gatis and back row forward Corey Lawrie return to the line-up for Saturday night