New Zealand Warriors

Daley calls on tested trio to take pressure off Farah

Michael Carayannis   NSW coach Laurie Daley has asked Ryan Hoffman, Josh Morris and Beau Scott to help Robbie Farah.

Blues to take it to a new level: Hoffman

Under no illusions: Blues forward Ryan Hoffman.

Steve Zemek   NSW marathon man Ryan Hoffman says the side is under no illusions they will have to discover new pain thresholds if they're going to defend their State of Origin shield.

Luke departure bittersweet for McInnes

Looking for permanent role: Rabbitohs hooker Cameron McInnes.

Brad Walter   Why South Sydney coach Michael Maguire decided to start with rookie Cameron McInnes at hooker over Issac Luke.

Konrad Hurrell to visit Anthony Tupou

"I've just got to work on my technique and get as low as I can": Hurrell.

Adrian Proszenko   The first thing Konrad Hurrell will do when he visits Anthony Tupou on Sunday is give him a big hug.

Eels miss Sandow in narrow loss to Warriors

At arm's length: Solomone Kata puts a fend on Will Hopoate.

Adrian Proszenko   Chris Sandow had his best game. Ever. Try assists, line breaks, a 40-20, repeat sets and eight goals - but all for the wrong team.

Roosters recruit Matagi keen to impress

"It's difficult leaving the club that has done so much for me": Suaia Matagi.

Daniel Lane   New Zealand Warriors prop Suaia Matagi  will finalise a deal to join the Sydney Roosters until the end of the season on Monday after he was granted a release by the Auckland-based club.

Warriors prop Suaia Matagi expected to make mid-season switch

Mid-season switch: Warriors prop Suaia Matagi.

Daniel Lane   New Zealand Warriors cult hero Suaia Matagai is expected to be granted a release from the club within a matter of days to join a yet-to-be-named Sydney club.

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Hurrell cops three-match NRL ban

Konrad Hurrell

Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell has accepted a three-week ban over the incident that left Cronulla's Anthony Tupou with a badly shattered jaw.

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Hurrell warned about knee lift before incident

Tupou leaves the field with a broken jaw.

Brad Walter   Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell was twice warned about his knee-lifting running style before the incident that left Cronulla's Anthony Tupou with a broken jaw.

Hurrell and Peachey facing long bans

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - MAY 02: Konrad Hurrell of Tonga looks dejected after the International Test Match between TOA Samoa and Tonga at Cbus Super Stadium on May 2, 2015 on the Gold Coast, Australia.  (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

Brad Walter   Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is under scrutiny for a knee lift that left Anthony Tupou with a broken jaw, while many are questioned why Penrith's Tyrone Peachey was sent off for an ugly lifting tackle.

Johnson goes from zero to hero

The man: Warriors star Shaun Johnson.

Michael Carayannis   Two pieces of Shaun Johnson magic dampened a historic day for the Sharks with the Warriors beating Cronulla 20-16 on Saturday night.

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Warriors target Myles as spree continues

In the crosshairs: Nate Myles of the Titans.

Adrian Proszenko   The New Zealand Warriors' spending spree is far from over as the club makes an audacious bid to recruit Kangaroos forward Nate Myles.

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No guarantee Johnston, McInnes will stay

"I think I've done enough here. I've been over here about 12 years, and I think it was time to go home": Issac Luke.

Michael Carayannis   First it was Issac Luke, now the Rabbitohs could lose two more members from their top squad.

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Warriors confirm Luke signing

Off to the Warriors: Issac Luke.

Brad Walter   New Zealand Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle has confirmed star Kiwis hooker Issac Luke will join the club next season on a three year contract.

Luke to sign with New Zealand Warriors

Issac Luke

Brad Walter   South Sydney hooker Issac Luke wants to return to New Zealand and is expected to sign with the Warriors in the coming days.

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Hohaia retires eight months after on-field assault

Hohaia punch

Former New Zealand international and Warriors utility Lance Hohaia has retired from rugby league with immediate effect due the recurring affects of concussion.

Warriors beaten in clash with Titans

Josh Hoffman of the Titans competes with Ryan Hoffman.

David Long   Warriors coach Andrew McFadden criticised his side for lacking energy in their 32-28 loss to the Titans at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

Granville late third lets Cowboys rope in runaway Warriors

Three times a winner: Jake Granville.

It was Johnathan Thurston's night, but Jake Granville stole the show.

Tigers battered by milestone Manu

Man of the moment: Warrior Manu Vatuvei on the charge.

Sarah Harvey   The Warriors celebrated 200 games for Manu "The Beast" Vatuvei in the best possible style, beating Wests Tigers in a hard-fought match at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

Tuivasa-Sheck contract a warning for the future

Phil Gould

Phil Gould   So what's a good rugby league player worth these days? What's a great player worth?

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