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THE Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will finish the 2013 season on home soil with the Round 26 match against the Penrith Panthers moved back to Fortress Brookvale.
THE Warriors have produced a thrilling attacking display to demolish a lackluster Broncos side, 56 points to 18 in front of 21,259 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers have run out winners over the New Zealand Warriors tonight 62-6 at Centrebet Stadium in front of a solid crowd in cold conditions.
CANBERRA have scored three tries in the final thirty minutes to overcome a gutsy Warriors side 20 points to 16 in front of 9,699 fans at Canberra Stadium tonight.
THE Vodafone Warriors have added depth to their playmaking resources by today signing Penrith
GOLD Coast utility back Dominique Peyroux has today become the fourth new player signed by the Vodafone Warriors for the 2013 NRL season.
VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today announced experienced NRL and English Super League coach Matthew Elliott has been signed on a two-year contract as the club
VODAFONE Warriors prop Ben Matulino tonight joined club greats Joe Vagana, Jerry Seuseu, Ruben Wiki and Steve Price when he became the fifth prop in the club
ROOKIE sensation Konrad Hurrell
THE Vodafone Warriors have achieved a huge coup by securing centre Konrad Hurrell, one of the NRL
EXPERIENCED front rower Jacob Lillyman
PROP Ben Matulino has committed his playing future to the Vodafone Warriors until at least the end of the 2015 NRL season.
VODAFONE Warriors prop Ben Matulino created an even more significant slice of history than initially thought when he appeared in his 100th NRL game in Saturday night
THE Warriors have crashed to eighth on the competition ladder, after conceding their fourth consecutive loss at Mt. Smart Stadium this afternoon; losing 8-16 to the high flying Melbourne Storm.
JOHNATHAN Thurston dominated in Townville tonight as the Cowboys handed the Warriors their third consecutive loss defeating them 30 points to 10 in front of a home crowd of 16,081.