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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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Marshall set to return from the international wilderness

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Former Kiwis captain Benji Marshall is the logical option to replace injured halfback Shaun Johnson.

Johnson is out for the rest of the year after suffering an ankle injury during the Warriors’ loss to Manly last weekend. 290 more words

Shaun Johnson Injures Ankle Against Manly

Shaun Johnson was taken to hospital during the match against the Manly Sea Eagles after suffering a suspected serious ankle injury.

Who would replace Johnson if he is ruled out for the rest of the season? 32 more words


Déjà vu?

With the Warriors reaching the dizzy heights of the Top 4, on the back of a three-game win streak, it’s time to start asking ourselves those hard but hopeful questions: 844 more words