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Vodafone Warriors line up for All-Stars

Three Vodafone Warriors have been included in the men's teams while five Warriors WNRL players have been named in the Māori women's team for the All-Stars matches in Robina on Saturday, February 22.

Adam Blair, who captained the Māori Kiwis in last year's inaugural clash in Melbourne, has again been selected along with play maker Kodi Nikorima while forward Josh Curran - signed from the Sydney Roosters midway through last season - is in the Australian Indigenous squad.

Curran, Nikorima and Blair are kitted out (above) in the spectacular jersey the Vodafone Warriors will wear in their Indigenous Round match against the Melbourne Storm at Mount Smart Stadium on May 23. The Canterbury of New Zealand design draws on both New Zealand's and Australia's indigenous cultures.

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Warriors WNRL players Krystal Rota, Amber Kani and Kath Wharton are again in the Māori Ferns squad after helping the side to victory over the Australian Indigenous team last year. Joining them are 2018-2019 Warriors WNRL squad member Tanika-Jazz Noble-Bell and former Kiwi Fern Sarina Clark, who played for the Warriors in 2018.


Harata Butler

Sarina Clark

Tanika-Jazz Noble-Bell

Laishon Jones

Amber Kani

Kerehitina Matua

Raecene McGregor

Corban McGregor

Capri Paekau

Krystal Rota

Christyl Stowers

Kiana Takairangi

Jonsal Tautari

Botille Vette-Welsh

Maddison Weatherall

Geneva Webber

Kathleen Wharton

Kat Wira-Kohu  

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