Who would be a weatherman?

After an enjoyable week off for the Representative round, the NRL kicks into gear again with the Warriors facing the Sharks on Saturday at 7:30pm NZ time.

And just in case you forgot what happened in the Anzac test, let’s take another look.

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Titanic Struggle

The sun was out, the Royal New Zealand Navy Band were playing and Our Rightful Home was abuzz with a sense of excitement and occasion. The Holden and NSW cup sides had played their part, romping to easy victories, and there was a general feeling around the ground that, of all days, this was to be a day to enjoy. When the Titans hung off David Fusitu’a after just two minutes, it was all going as scripted.


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Dear Warriors

25 April 2015

Dear Messrs Doyle, McFadden and Mannering,

I would like to start this letter by saying I have been a fan of your club since Dean Bell led the Warriors onto Ericsson Stadium for the first time in 1995. I was just a boy then, but I was captured by the magic of a real team to call my own. I will always remember how proud I felt that day. That reason alone is enough for me to say ‘I am, and always will be, a Warriors fan’. #WarriorsForever you could say. Continue reading Dear Warriors

Remember the Titans

No matter what happens during the match, Saturday will be a special day — you can at least count on that. The Warriors get their first chance to host an Anzac Day fixture, on the most momentous occasion to date, and in what will be the opening match of a five-game marathon of rugby league. There’ll be an official Anzac Day ceremony, including The Last Post and a moment of silence — Lest We Forget — in recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign.


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