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Shaun Johnson: We Need to Win Auckland Nines

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After two disappointing tournaments, Shaun Johnson believes the New Zealand Warriors need to win the Auckland Nines within the next two years, to take advantage of the home ground and to repay their loyal fans. 61 more words


Brad Fittler: No Way Would I Play Shaun Johnson

Source: Fiona Goodall

Retired Rugby League player Brad Fittler has come out saying that he would not risk playing Shaun Johnson at the 2016 Auckland Nines since he broke and dislocated his ankle in 2015. 61 more words


Shaun Johnson On Track for Nines Return

New Zealand Warrior Shaun Johnson is on track to make his long awaited return at the Auckland Nines in February.

“I’m going really good, the body’s feeling pretty good, still a little bit off but I’ve been able to be out on the field a bit more, being around the boys, whether it’s just passing, light jogging and that,” Johnson said. 71 more words


Shaun Johnson on Track to Return for 9s

New Zealand Warrior Shaun Johnson is on track to return from injury at the Auckland Nines in February 2016.

Which other Warriors players do you want to see in their Nines team? 80 more words


Warriors, a One Man Team

Since the season ending injury to Shaun Johnson in round 20, the New Zealand Warriors have not one a single NRL match.  To put it into perspective, since the absence of Johnson, Warriors have scored a total of 56 points (average of 11.2 points per game) and conceded 178 points (average of 35.6 points per game).   30 more words


Conspiracy Theory


The film opens with the captain of the New Zealand Warriors rugby league team (Simon Mannering) walking through a door marked ‘Staff Only’. As the door closes, the action cuts quickly to a young boy (James Tamou), also a New Zealander who, at the age of 13, leaves his country of birth to move to a mysterious island to the west. 1,058 more words


Hull FC Recruitment For 2016 Part 3, Carlos Tuimavave

Hull FC announced the capture of Samoa international Carlos Tuimavave on 25th July.

The 23-year-old former junior kiwi captain has penned a 3-year-deal at the KC Stadium starting next year leaving NRL outfit Newcastle Knights. 186 more words

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