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PAUL Mitry looks at the first weekend of games in this year's Four Nations.
VODAFONE Warriors prop Ben Matulino and Wigan utility Thomas Leuluai are both back in the Kiwis' line-up for Friday night's Gillette Four Nations opener against Kangaroos at The Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.
WINGER Bill Tupou has become the latest Vodafone Warriors NRL grand finalist to be chosen for the Kiwis' end-of-season tour incorporating Sunday's one-off Test against Australia and the 2011 Four Nations.
NRL grand finalists Krisnan Inu and Elijah Taylor plus North Queensland winger Kalifa Faifai Loa have today been called into the Kiwis' touring squad for their one-off Test against the Kangaroos and the 2011 Four Nations in England.
NYC grand finalists the Vodafone Junior Warriors and North Queensland supply all but five of the Junior Kiwis' 18-man squad for their one-off international against the Junior Kangaroos at Ausgrid Stadium in Newcastle on October 16.
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NEW Zealand Rugby League chief executive Jim Doyle today announced the national body had reluctantly decided to call off next week's Test against the Cooks Islands in Rarotonga.
THE New Zealand Warriors have defeated the North Queensland Cowboys 18-6 in front of 20,082 fans at Mt. Smart Stadium.
VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed Brian McClennan as the Vodafone Warriors' new head coach.
NEW Zealand Rugby League has announced that the Kiwis will play the Cook Islands in Rarotonga on Friday October 7 in the lead up to their Four Nations title defence.
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.
THE Sydney Roosters claimed their fourth win of the year tonight against the New Zealand Warriors in front of a small, rain soaked crowd at the Sydney Football Stadium.
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.