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The New Zealand Warriors formerly the Auckland Warriors are a rugby league team reigning from Auckland, New Zealand. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership which is Australasia's elite rugby league championship. The Warriors were established in 1995.

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NRL: New Zealand Warriors trending up after consecutive wins - New Zealand Herald

Warriors 22 Eels 10

Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport
Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport

Momentum is building at Mt Smart.

No one knows how far this team will progress in 2017, but today's 22-10 victory over Parramatta showed the Warriors are on an upwards trajectory.

After a quarter of the NRL season, there is some evidence of a team that is gaining belief, confidence and cohesion.

They are by no means the finished product - and still look susceptible defensively - but thankfully there are signs of progress.

Just achieving back to back NRL victories has been a rarity for the Auckland club. It hadn't happened since last August, and they only managed it four times across the entire 2016 season.

Perhaps more significantly, the Warriors hadn't restricted an opposing side to just 10 points since last June, when they outlasted the...


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Video live updates: New Zealand Warriors vs Gold Coast Titans - NRL - Newshub

WARRIORS 28 - 22 TITANS

FULLTIME: The Warriors have kept the Titans scoreless in the second and come from behind to secure a narrow 28-22 win over the Titans. 

79mins: Johnson adds the extras 

78mins: TRY WARRIORS: He missed the field goal, Renowned field-goal attempter Ryan Hoffman scores the possible match-winning try. 

76mins: Bizzare sequence by the Warriors, which saw they throw the ball around and then on the last, Ryan Hoffman attempts a field goal. That's right RYAN HOFFMAN took a field goal. 

76mins: Kane Elgey now attempts one for the Titans from 40 metres out and it goes wide, low and short. Now the Warriors have a seven tackle set. 

74mins: Shaun Johnson takes a field goal and it goes wide, so now the Titans have a seven tackle set. 

73mins: Titans set up for a field goal but fake it, and they make a mistake in the process and the Warriors pounce and now they are making...


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Locked Up Warriors: New Zealand's Prison Problem - Aljazeera.com

Despite its reputation for social justice and equality, New Zealand has one of the highest rates of imprisonment in the western world.

One in two prisoners are indigenous Maori, even though they account for just 15 percent of the population. Maori are overrepresented in all sectors of the criminal justice system because of soaring rates of child poverty, school dropout, unemployment and family breakdown within indigenous communities.

Affiliation to US-style biker gangs also plays a part because gangs are seen as surrogate families. The first overseas chapters of Hells Angels were established in New Zealand. Over the decades gangs have become involved in violent crime, drug trafficking and brutal gang rapes. 

In response, the New Zealand prison system introduced cultural units and innovative programmes that try to connect Maori with their families instead of the gangs. These...


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Shaun Johnson to stay with the Warriors - Radio New Zealand

Shaun Johnson has confirmed he plans to stay on with the Warriors - amid speculation he will move.

Shaun Johnson has made it clear he wants to stay with the Warriors.

Shaun Johnson has made it clear he wants to stay with the Warriors. Photo: PHOTOSPORT

Despite signaling he would follow Kieran Foran across the Tasman Shaun Johnson said today he is working over his contract at the moment to stay with the Warriors.

"I've been in talk with the Warriors for a while now and it's getting close so hopefully everything will be sorted soon

"I think walking away people have said I should walk away it's what I should do in order to take my game to a new level but that doesn't make sense to me."

Johnson said all the speculation around players moving has not affected the team.

"It's the media who seem to come up with all of it so they should be the ones getting tired of it."

Reports in Australia say Foran will move back to Australia next year and is set to sign a...


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Video live updates: Canberra Raiders vs New Zealand Warriors - NRL - Newshub

RAIDERS 20 - 8 WARRIORS

FULLTIME: The Raiders keep the Warriors scoreless in the second half to secure a 20-8 win. Disappointing second half by the Warriors and the Raiders deserved the win after defending their hearts out in the first and making the most of the Warriors mistakes in the second. The Warriors failed to do the basics in the second and that is what cost them. They couldn't buy a completed set in the second... Stephen Kearney will not be happy with that second half. 

79mins: The Raiders cross the line, but the last pass is ruled forward. 

78mins: Another mistake and the Raiders will look to put the knife in the Warriors once more. 

76mins:  A mistake from Mannering and that is the game.

75mins: Raiders make a mistake and the Warriors have a chance to score. They need too. 

74mins: PENALTY GOAL RAIDERS: It is a 12 point game with six minutes remaining in...


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Live updates: New Zealand Warriors vs Melbourne Storm - NRL - Newshub

STORM  20  14  WARRIORS

Fulltime - Tuivasa-Sheck creates a little opening for the Warriors but the Storm cover it well and Lisone knocks the ball on trying to offload. What a game and as good a game the Warrrios have played on defence in years - Melbourne had enough ball to win by 20. A little bit of conjecture around the final Storm try - check it out in the highlights which will be up shortly. Thanks for joining me tonight for a wonderful game of NRL - The Warriors may just be better than we think - would have won with a preformance like that against lesser opposition but full credit to the Storm - They were just that little bit better down the stretch tonight.

79mins - Cronk finds the sideline and the Warriors stop the clock with 40 seconds remaining - time for some Russell Westbrook type hero ball me thinks.

78mins - Vunivalu with a brilliant take from the short kick off which...


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Warriors v Storm: Three things we learned - New Zealand Herald

Kieran Foran tackles Josh Addo-Carr during Tuesday's Anzac Day clash. Photosport
Kieran Foran tackles Josh Addo-Carr during Tuesday's Anzac Day clash. Photosport

Three things we learned from Warriors' 20-14 defeat to the Storm on Tuesday night.

Warriors have got to play for 80 minutes

The Warriors had the better of the Storm for an hour of the game but faded a little in the final quarter to let it slip. The Warriors halves maybe didn't quite get it right in the final 10 minutes while their opponents - future immortals Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk - were able to produce plays that closed out the game. It is a big step forward from the early weeks of the competition but Stephen Kearney's men have got to get a harder edge about them if they are to play in the big games at the end of the year. The effort and quality was there for much of the game but if you lift off against good quality opposition that will count for little.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona is who the...


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New Zealand Warriors lock down Shaun Johnson for another two seasons - Newshub

Playmaker Shaun Johnson has signed a contract extension with the Warriors that will see him remain with the club until the end of the 2019 NRL season.

There was some anxiety surrounding the future of the 26-year-old with Warriors teammate Kieran Foran reportedly looking at a transfer to a Sydney club beyond this season.

But it was the belief that he could help the Warriors achieve great things that kept him at Mt Smart Stadium.

"This was a big contract for a lot of reasons and I'm excited to be able to lock it away and know I'll be here for another two years," Johnson said.

"My belief in this club is massive and my belief that we can do something special here is bigger than ever with everything we have in place."

With 133 appearances for the club, the two-year deal will see Johnson play at least nine seasons for the Warriors.

Johnson said winning with another club wouldn't feel the...


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Wests Tigers target Warriors utility Tuimoala Lolohea as James ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Wests Tigers have targeted Tuimoala Lolohea as the man to replace James Tedesco in a potential mid-season move that would allow Mitchell Moses to immediately shift to Parramatta.

The Tigers have wasted little time in replacing the departing members of the "big four", signing Warriors prop Ben Matulino as a replacement for Belmore-bound Aaron Woods and Josh Reynolds to fill the void left by Moses from next year. The joint-venture outfit still has the salary cap space required to find a suitable replacement for Tedesco at fullback and is making enquiries about the availability of another out-of-favour Warrior, Lolohea.

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Video live updates: New Zealand Warriors vs Gold Coast Titans - NRL - Newshub

WARRIORS 28 - 22 TITANS

FULLTIME: The Warriors have kept the Titans scoreless in the second and come from behind to secure a narrow 28-22 win over the Titans. 

79mins: Johnson adds the extras 

78mins: TRY WARRIORS: He missed the field goal, Renowned field-goal attempter Ryan Hoffman scores the possible match-winning try. 

76mins: Bizzare sequence by the Warriors, which saw they throw the ball around and then on the last, Ryan Hoffman attempts a field goal. That's right RYAN HOFFMAN took a field goal. 

76mins: Kane Elgey now attempts one for the Titans from 40 metres out and it goes wide, low and short. Now the Warriors have a seven tackle set. 

74mins: Shaun Johnson takes a field goal and it goes wide, so now the Titans have a seven tackle set. 

73mins: Titans set up for a field goal but fake it, and they make a mistake in the process and the Warriors pounce and now they are making...


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NRL: New Zealand Warriors trending up after consecutive wins - New Zealand Herald

Warriors 22 Eels 10

Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport
Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport

Momentum is building at Mt Smart.

No one knows how far this team will progress in 2017, but today's 22-10 victory over Parramatta showed the Warriors are on an upwards trajectory.

After a quarter of the NRL season, there is some evidence of a team that is gaining belief, confidence and cohesion.

They are by no means the finished product - and still look susceptible defensively - but thankfully there are signs of progress.

Just achieving back to back NRL victories has been a rarity for the Auckland club. It hadn't happened since last August, and they only managed it four times across the entire 2016 season.

Perhaps more significantly, the Warriors hadn't restricted an opposing side to just 10 points since last June, when they outlasted the...


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Read more: NRL: New Zealand Warriors trending up after consecutive wins - New Zealand Herald
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Video live updates: Canberra Raiders vs New Zealand Warriors - NRL - Newshub

RAIDERS 20 - 8 WARRIORS

FULLTIME: The Raiders keep the Warriors scoreless in the second half to secure a 20-8 win. Disappointing second half by the Warriors and the Raiders deserved the win after defending their hearts out in the first and making the most of the Warriors mistakes in the second. The Warriors failed to do the basics in the second and that is what cost them. They couldn't buy a completed set in the second... Stephen Kearney will not be happy with that second half. 

79mins: The Raiders cross the line, but the last pass is ruled forward. 

78mins: Another mistake and the Raiders will look to put the knife in the Warriors once more. 

76mins:  A mistake from Mannering and that is the game.

75mins: Raiders make a mistake and the Warriors have a chance to score. They need too. 

74mins: PENALTY GOAL RAIDERS: It is a 12 point game with six minutes remaining in...


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Shaun Johnson to stay with the Warriors - Radio New Zealand

Shaun Johnson has confirmed he plans to stay on with the Warriors - amid speculation he will move.

Shaun Johnson has made it clear he wants to stay with the Warriors.

Shaun Johnson has made it clear he wants to stay with the Warriors. Photo: PHOTOSPORT

Despite signaling he would follow Kieran Foran across the Tasman Shaun Johnson said today he is working over his contract at the moment to stay with the Warriors.

"I've been in talk with the Warriors for a while now and it's getting close so hopefully everything will be sorted soon

"I think walking away people have said I should walk away it's what I should do in order to take my game to a new level but that doesn't make sense to me."

Johnson said all the speculation around players moving has not affected the team.

"It's the media who seem to come up with all of it so they should be the ones getting tired of it."

Reports in Australia say Foran will move back to Australia next year and is set to sign a...


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Live updates: New Zealand Warriors vs Melbourne Storm - NRL - Newshub

STORM  20  14  WARRIORS

Fulltime - Tuivasa-Sheck creates a little opening for the Warriors but the Storm cover it well and Lisone knocks the ball on trying to offload. What a game and as good a game the Warrrios have played on defence in years - Melbourne had enough ball to win by 20. A little bit of conjecture around the final Storm try - check it out in the highlights which will be up shortly. Thanks for joining me tonight for a wonderful game of NRL - The Warriors may just be better than we think - would have won with a preformance like that against lesser opposition but full credit to the Storm - They were just that little bit better down the stretch tonight.

79mins - Cronk finds the sideline and the Warriors stop the clock with 40 seconds remaining - time for some Russell Westbrook type hero ball me thinks.

78mins - Vunivalu with a brilliant take from the short kick off which...


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Warriors v Storm: Three things we learned - New Zealand Herald

Kieran Foran tackles Josh Addo-Carr during Tuesday's Anzac Day clash. Photosport
Kieran Foran tackles Josh Addo-Carr during Tuesday's Anzac Day clash. Photosport

Three things we learned from Warriors' 20-14 defeat to the Storm on Tuesday night.

Warriors have got to play for 80 minutes

The Warriors had the better of the Storm for an hour of the game but faded a little in the final quarter to let it slip. The Warriors halves maybe didn't quite get it right in the final 10 minutes while their opponents - future immortals Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk - were able to produce plays that closed out the game. It is a big step forward from the early weeks of the competition but Stephen Kearney's men have got to get a harder edge about them if they are to play in the big games at the end of the year. The effort and quality was there for much of the game but if you lift off against good quality opposition that will count for little.

Nelson...


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League: Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad to make Warriors debut - New Zealand Herald

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad. Photo / Photosport
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad. Photo / Photosport

One of the most highly rated youngsters in the Warriors system is poised to make his NRL debut on Sunday against the Roosters.

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad has been named to start on the right wing, with Blake Ayshford switching to left centre to cover the injured Solomone Kata.

Veteran wing Manu Vatuvei returns to an extended bench, along with prop Albert Vete, who has been out of favour over the last month.

But it's the selection of Nicoll-Klokstad that will grab the most attention.

The 21-year was the club's 2016 ISP player of the year, and has carried that form into this campaign, one of the most impressive performers for the unbeaten Warriors reserve grade side.

Nicoll-Klokstad is seen as a player of the future, but his selection will cast further doubt over the future of Tui Lolohea at Mt Smart.

Lolohea was the first choice right wing at...


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Wests Tigers target Warriors utility Tuimoala Lolohea as James ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Wests Tigers have targeted Tuimoala Lolohea as the man to replace James Tedesco in a potential mid-season move that would allow Mitchell Moses to immediately shift to Parramatta.

The Tigers have wasted little time in replacing the departing members of the "big four", signing Warriors prop Ben Matulino as a replacement for Belmore-bound Aaron Woods and Josh Reynolds to fill the void left by Moses from next year. The joint-venture outfit still has the salary cap space required to find a suitable replacement for Tedesco at fullback and is making enquiries about the availability of another out-of-favour Warrior, Lolohea.

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Shaun Johnson re-signs with New Zealand Warriors until end of 2019 NRL season - Stuff.co.nz

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Shaun Johnson is staying with the Warriors.

Shaun Johnson has signed a new two-year contract with the New Zealand Warriors.

The 26-year-old said he was thrilled to settle his future through to the end of the 2019 NRL season with the club in what he regards as the most important contract of his career so far.

"This was a big contract for a lot of reasons and I'm excited to be able to lock it away and know I'll be here for another two years," Johnson said.

"My belief in this club is massive and my belief that we can do something special here is bigger than ever with everything we have in place."

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"I have always said in the past that I could never imagine myself being anywhere else but the Vodafone Warriors. I'm that kid who came up through the system and I love it...


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League: New Zealand Warriors optimistic for Kieran Foran's debut - New Zealand Herald

Kieran Foran. Photo / Photosport
Kieran Foran. Photo / Photosport

Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney is optimistic Kieran Foran will be able to make his belated club debut this week after naming him at standoff for Sunday's encounter against Gold Coast at Mount Smart Stadium.

A hamstring twinge in the team's warm-up forced the 26-year-old Kiwi international out of last Sunday's clash against St George Illawarra in Sydney.

However, Kearney said today that Foran is now in line to appear for his new club for the first time in front of his home crowd.

"Kieran felt a twinge in his hamstring and in the warm-up and it wasn't worth the risk to play him," he said.

"He had good power in the leg at the time and has responded well since. He's making good progress.

"We're certainly hopeful he will be able to play and will give him every opportunity to prove his fitness."

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NRL: New Zealand Warriors trending up after consecutive wins - New Zealand Herald

Warriors 22 Eels 10

Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport
Bodene Thompson scores for the Warriors. Photo / Photosport

Momentum is building at Mt Smart.

No one knows how far this team will progress in 2017, but today's 22-10 victory over Parramatta showed the Warriors are on an upwards trajectory.

After a quarter of the NRL season, there is some evidence of a team that is gaining belief, confidence and cohesion.

They are by no means the finished product - and still look susceptible defensively - but thankfully there are signs of progress.

Just achieving back to back NRL victories has been a rarity for the Auckland club. It hadn't happened since last August, and they only managed it four times across the entire 2016 season.

Perhaps more significantly, the Warriors hadn't restricted an opposing side to just 10 points since last June, when they outlasted the Roosters at Mt Smart.

They were fortunate today, with the...


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Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

 

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Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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