Support the club's big 2019 charity cause now by bidding on signed jerseys worn by 18 Vodafone Warriors players and four Penrith Panthers in last Saturday night's NRL clash at Mount Smart Stadium.
After the match CEO Cameron George announced a running total of more than $40,000 had been raised for the Great Vodafone Warriors Charity Day for the club's partners KidsCan, Le Va, Paralympics New Zealand, Ronald McDonald House and Shine.
Still outstanding is the money to be raised from Trade Me auctions for the eye-catching, one-off Heritage jerseys donated and signed by each Vodafone Warriors player involved in the match against the Panthers (including 18th man Gerard Beale).
From the Penrith camp, former Vodafone Warrior James Maloney, James Tamou, Jarome Luai and James Fisher-Harris also donated and signed their jerseys for auction.
The auctions are open until varying times in Sunday (July 7) so check out the links below and bid now to own one or more of the jerseys. You'll be helping to support five organisations making an outstanding contribution to the community.
Bidding is also still open here for an exclusive jersey donated by Vodafone Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney from his personal collection.
It's the jersey presented to him when he was Kiwi coach the night before the 2008 Rugby League World Cup final in Brisbane. The next night the Kiwis shocked the Kangaroos by winning 34-20. The jersey is signed by both Kearney and New Zealand's only World Cup-winning captain Nathan Cayless.
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