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FIVE of the Vodafone Warriors
A spirited performance from the New Zealand Warriors has seen them record a third straight victory today, 18-16 over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in front of 11,142 at Mt Smart Stadium.
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 New Zealand Warriors have returned to the winners circle after their 54 points flogging last week with a 26-12 victory over the Newcastle Knights at Mt. Smart Stadium
SCANS this afternoon have confirmed utility Ben Henry has become the third Vodafone Warriors player to have his 2013 season ended by a knee injury
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.
HIGHLY-REGARDED Cronulla back rower Jayson Bukuya is Vodafone Warriors-bound next season after signing a two-year contract.
THE New Zealand Warriors have blown another second half lead as the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs surged home with three second half tries to win, 24-16 at Westpac Stadium in front of a healthy 30,112.
MANU Vatuvei is set to add more records to his glittering career after the Vodafone Warriors today confirmed a new two-year contract taking him through to the end of the 2015 NRL season.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held out a fast-finishing Gold Coast Titans to record their second victory of the 2013 season, 25-24 at Mt Smart Stadium this afternoon.
THE Melbourne Storm entertained the highest regular season crowd of 25,480 with a second half fight back over the Warriors at AAMI Park, winning 28-18.
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 Warriors have held out the Cowboys for their first win of the season in a closely contested match with a 20 - 18 victory in front of 10, 572 fans at Mt. Smart Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters have given up a big lead against the Warriors tonight at Auckland's Eden Park, but managed to hold on for a 16-14 win in front of 32,740 parochial Kiwis.
CHRIS Sandow showed his critics that he still has blistering speed as he guided the Eels to a 40-10 win over the Warriors at Parramatta Stadium in front of 13,351 fans.
The Warriors lacked punch in their attacking plays in the first half, however that quickly changed with Pita Godinet injected into the match. Godinet laid the foundation out acting half for Jacob Lillyman to crash over for their first points of the encounter. Shaun Johnson from out wide pushed the kick across the face of goal.