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Warriors still flying high after successive wins to open season

Warriors still flying high after successive wins to open season

Tweet New Zealand Warriors fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck Many may not have seen it coming prior to the start of the season but a rejuvenated New Zealand Warriors side are 2/2 to start 2018.  In the end, a comfortable 20-8 win in front of their vocal home crowd saw them keep their record intact. The Gold Coast Titans, missing Ash Taylor who was a late scratching due to injury, looked lost in attack. It looked as if the first half was headed for a rather dour affair with the only points in the first...

Read 4 months ago, NRL News, Vodafone Warriors

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Sharks veteran back-rower Lewis to retire at season’s end

Sharks veteran back-rower Lewis to retire at season’s end

Tweet Cronulla Sharks back-rower Luke Lewis After 18 years at the highest level, Cronulla Sharks veteran back-rower Luke Lewis will hang up the boots.  Having done everything in the game; passing 300 games,...

Read 16 hours ago, NRL News, Cronulla Sharks

Warriors stalwart Mannering to hang up the boots at season’s end

Warriors stalwart Mannering to hang up the boots at season’s end

Tweet New Zealand Warriors forward Simon Mannering The 2018 retirements are flowing thick and fast, with New Zealand Warriors fan favourite Simon Mannering the latest to announce his. After 14 years with...

Read 16 hours ago, NRL News, Vodafone Warriors

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