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WHO would have predicted in 2011 that the Vodafone Warriors Club would have all their three teams featuring in every Grand Final? A huge boost for the Club setting up the New Zealand based franchise well for season 2012.
NEW recruits will wear Jetstar Gold Coast Titans jerseys for the first time when they make their unofficial club debuts in next Saturday's first pre-season trial match against the Warriors in Albany, New Zealand.
THE Warriors have always been a punter's nightmare and 2011 was no different. After kicking off their season with three consecutive losses, a grand final berth certainly did not appear on the horizon...
VIC wonders if nice guys really can finish first.
AND then there were two. Paul Mitry previews the big one - the 2011 NRL Telstra Premiership GRAND FINAL between the Sea Eagles and Warriors.
ALL the details for next Sunday's big Telstra Premiership Grand Final Day!
VIC looks at the under the radar Warriors.
THE New Zealand Warriors have defeated the North Queensland Cowboys 18-6 in front of 20,082 fans at Mt. Smart Stadium.
WIGAN Warriors, in association with Wigan Council, are today able to announce the Wembley Homecoming Event which will take place at the DW Stadium on Sunday 28th August from 2.30pm.
THE Vodafone Warriors will start their 2012 campaign at Eden Park after being approached by the National Rugby League to return to the country's biggest stadium for the New Zealand leg of a blockbuster opening round to next year's competition.
VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed Brian McClennan as the Vodafone Warriors' new head coach.
THE Canberra Raiders have made the one change to their side to take on New Zealand this weekend, after Trevor Thurling was ruled out for the season today with a ruptured Achilles tendon.
AN early onslaught from the Warriors has helped the Auckland-based side to a comprehensive 48-16 victory over South Sydney at ANZ Stadium this afternoon in front of 11,208 fans
THE Warriors have produced a clinical display to put away a woeful Bulldogs side 36-12 in front of 12,012 fans at Mt Smart Stadium.
A wet cold night in Auckland was just the tonic for the Warriors to break their recent losing streak, the hosts chalking up a 22-6 victory over the last-placed Gold Coast Titans tonight