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Raiders in halves market, but unlikely to be Johnson

Raiders in halves market, but unlikely to be Johnson

The quality of the player they can land could depend on whether the NRL allows the Green Machine to take advantage of the Josh Hodgson rule.

  • by David Polkinghorne

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Raider Rapana backs up Kiwi mates in Tuivasa-Sheck's Dally M haka
Dally M Awards

Raider Rapana backs up Kiwi mates in Tuivasa-Sheck's Dally M haka

Jordan Rapana knew something was up when he noticed New Zealand Warriors hooker Issac Luke trying to get his attention from across the room.

  • by David Polkinghorne
Rousing impromptu haka marks Tuivasa-Sheck's Dally M Medal
Warriors

Rousing impromptu haka marks Tuivasa-Sheck's Dally M Medal

Moments after Tuivasa-Sheck's speech, Issac Luke, Jazz Tevaga and Jordan Rapana performed the haka in the middle of Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Warriors women face Broncos mentor
Broncos

Warriors women face Broncos mentor

If Brisbane star Teuila Fotu-Moala comes off second best with the Warriors' Onjeurlina Leiataua in Friday's NRL Women's Premiership clash, she will only have herself to blame.

  • by Laine Clark
Jessica Sergis stars as Dragons bounce back to keep WNRL hopes alive
Dragons

Jessica Sergis stars as Dragons bounce back to keep WNRL hopes alive

The Red V endured the loss of captain Sam Bremner but were too good for the Warriors in a confidence-boosting win at ANZ Stadium.

  • by Phil Lutton
Dally M favourite Tuivasa-Sheck in doubt for Tests
Panthers

Dally M favourite Tuivasa-Sheck in doubt for Tests

The Warriors captain was helped from the field during his side's finals exit, just a fortnight before he's expected to win the Dally M medal.

  • by Adam Pengilly
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Maloney puts in the boot as Panthers end Warriors' season
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Maloney puts in the boot as Panthers end Warriors' season

The NSW five-eighth was in control as Cameron Ciraldo's fifth game as an NRL head coach meant he's now just 160 minutes away from the grand final.

  • by Adam Pengilly
'I was choked up': NRL women's premiership lands, despite plane drama
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'I was choked up': NRL women's premiership lands, despite plane drama

The Warriors only arrived in Sydney hours before kick-off in the first match of the inaugural competition after Sydney Airport was temporarily shut down.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Life of Brian: Smith the unsung hero in Warriors' resurgence

Life of Brian: Smith the unsung hero in Warriors' resurgence

He hasn't received any of the plaudits, but Brian Smith has played a key role in helping the Warriors return to finals football.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
Warriors veterans call for cool heads in NRL finals

Warriors veterans call for cool heads in NRL finals

The Warriors, who have recently beaten all the teams they may meet in the finals, like their chances in the NRL playoffs.

  • by Daniel Gilhooly
Talking points: Lock Raiders Papa in for Kangaroos
Warriors

Talking points: Lock Raiders Papa in for Kangaroos

At the start of the season he wasn't going well enough to even make the Canberra Raiders 17, but by the end he's surely won back his Australian jersey.

  • by David Polkinghorne