Charlie Gubb during the NRL Rugby League match. Vodafone Warriors v Knights, Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Easter Monday, 28 March 2016. Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

An Intrust Super Premiership-NYC double header is all set for Mount Smart Stadium #2 on Sunday – and entry is free.

The Vodafone Junior Warriors start the action at 11.00am with their NYC encounter with the Canberra Raiders before the club’s ISP side, running second in the competition, faces Manly at 1.00pm.

An array of NRL footballers will be on show as well as some of the game’s most exciting prospects from the under-20 ranks.

The Stacey Jones-coached Vodafone Warriors will be seeking a fifth straight victory after their recent victories over North Sydney, Newcastle, Canterbury Bankstown and Penrith.

Jones will be without front rowers Sam Lisone and Toafofoa Sipley, both promoted to the NRL squad this week after their impressive performances against the Panthers.

Coming into the ISP line-up are Charlie Gubb and Shaun Lane to join a formidable all_NRL starting forward pack which also features Albert Vete, Nathaniel Roache, Ali Lauitiiti and Ligi Sao.

Meanwhile, Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Kelvin Wright is set to introduce another debutant on Sunday with Cyrus Timo-Latu named on the bench. In the centres is Matthew Faitotoa who had his first NYC outing last week.

 

VODAFONE WARRIORS v MANLY WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES

Mount Smart Stadium #2, Auckland

1.00pm, Sunday, May 22

 

VODAFONE WARRIORS

1 HENARE WELLS  

2 KEN MAUMALO

3 KONRAD HURRELL

4 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD

5 TOMAS AOAKE

6 ATA HINGANO

7 MASON LINO

8 ALBERT VETE

9 NATHANIEL ROACHE

10 CHARLIE GUBB

11 ALI LAUITIITI (c)

12 SHAUN LANE

13 LIGI SAO

Interchange:

14 JAMES BELL

15 UPU POCHING

16 SEMISI TYRELL

20 PAUL TULI

COACH | STACEY JONES

 

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS v CANBERRA RAIDERS

Mount Smart Stadium #2, Auckland

11.00am, Sunday, May 22

 

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 KANE TELEA

2 LEWIS SOOSEMEA

3 MATT FAITOTOA

4 MARATA NIUKORE

5 JUNIOR PAUGA

6 ERIN CLARK

7 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA

8 BUNTY AFOA

9 SHELDON PITAMA (c)

10 KENESE KENESE

11 OFAHIKI OGDEN

12 JOSEPH PRICE

13 CHRIS SIO

Interchange:

14 MATTAIS HEIMULI

15 JOSEPH VUNA

16 JEROME MAMEA

17 CYRUS TIMO-LATU

COACH | KELVIN WRIGHT