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Archive for March 2019

MANLY DINNER PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON CHRISTCHURCH AND PONGIA’S BATTLE

There were plenty of laughs and a few tears at the second annual dinner put on by Walco Events and Christchurch Casino on Thursday night ahead of Manly’s NRL clash with the Warriors at Rugby League Park. Hosted at Sixty6 On Peterborough at Christchurch Casino, guests at the dinner included Manly coach Des Hasler and…

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FLASHBACK FRIDAY: LOCKE’S MIRACLE FINISH IN CHRISTCHURCH

As the New Zealand Warriors prepare for a crucial Round 3 showdown against ‘home’ side Manly at Rugby League Park this weekend, our Flashback Friday focuses on arguably the finest premiership match played in the city. A bumper crowd of 20,271 – a Christchurch record for a rugby league match – defied the rainy, freezing…

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CANTERBURY CONNECTION: NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS

Ahead of the Warriors’ NRL Round 3 clash with Manly in Christchurch, we celebrate the connections between the Auckland-based club and Canterbury. A trio of the province’s stars from the early-1990s golden era featured in first grade during the Auckland Warriors’ 1995 foundation season. Robust three-quarter Whetu Taewa was the only ex-Canterbury representative to take…

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SEUSEU BRINGS MENTAL WEALTH TO HEALING REGION

As part of the Warriors’ response to the tragic events in Christchurch on March 15, former club stalwarts and Kiwi internationals Jerry Seuseu and Ben Henry are heading south on Wednesday to roll out their ‘Mental Wealth’ program for the local rugby league community. The workshop – in partnership with Le Va – will be…

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WARRIORS CONFIRM CHRISTCHURCH COMMUNITY SCHEDULE

Via Warriors Media The Vodafone Warriors have today confirmed they will run a range of community and wellbeing initiatives in Christchurch in the build up to Saturday’s round three NRL clash with the Sea Eagles at AMI Stadium. On Wednesday afternoon, an advance party including club legends Jerry Seuseu and Ben Henry, a group of…

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RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.2

Each week the Red and Black Report will keep you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions.   NRL Aranui junior Jamayne Isaako had a blinder in Brisbane’s stunning 29-10 bounce-back win over North Queensland on Friday. The winger set up an early try…

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CANTERBURY CONNECTION: MANLY SEA EAGLES

The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles were trail-blazers when it came to attracting Kiwi rugby league talent across the Tasman, starting the trend in the 1960s thanks to the acquisition of some of Canterbury’s greatest players. The famous club has hosted some of the region’s most iconic rugby league characters through the decades since. Two West Coast…

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SEA EAGLES AND WARRIORS UNITE FOR CHRISTCHURCH

Media Release The Vodafone Warriors and Manly Sea Eagles are based on either side of the Tasman Sea, battle each other courageously on the field, but in support of Christchurch and her people, they are united. With their NRL match at Christchurch Stadium on March 30 is still over a week away, both sides have…

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