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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.
ALL the team lists for Round 12 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
THE New Zealand Warriors have shown South Sydney Rabbitohs how to play Rugby League, by defeating them at home 12-6 in front of 16,872 fans at Mt. Smart Stadium.
ALL the team lists for Round 11 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
THE New Zealand Warriors headed across the Tasman for a journey in which hasn
RETURNING to some form the New Zealand Warriors collecting their 4th win of the season and their second straight at their home base at Mt. Smart Stadium. To defeat the Penrith Panthers 26 points to 18 in front of 11,412 fans.
HIGHLY-RATED Gold Coast hooker Nathan Friend will link up with the Vodafone Warriors next season on a two-year contract with an option for 2014.
A physical New Zealand Warriors have beaten a very error-prone Sydney Roosters 24-12 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland.
THE Vodafone Warriors have confirmed Kevin Locke is the player who is to be interviewed by police investigating a sexual assault complaint which he strenuously denies.
THE Knights and Warriors played out a 22-all draw in Greymouth tonight to open the NRL pre-season, while the Rabbitohs' annual "Return to Redfern" trial against Newtown was a low-scoring 10-4 affair.