A squad of 36 players has started training for the One New Zealand Warriors’ return to the New South Wales Rugby League’s renowned S G Ball Cup in 2023.
It follows a 12-month search for Sky Sport Future Warriors prospects culminating in trials in both the North Island and South Island.
Over the coming weeks, the club will also be announcing players joining other preseason training squads for the U18 World 7s men’s and U18 World 7s women's competitions, as well as the elite U15/U16 summer training squad. Details regarding the coaching staff for these programmes will also be advised in due course.
|Allan Talataina-Malama||Khalan Clyde|
|Alvin Chong-Nee||Makaia Tafua|
|Ben Peni||Manihi Maurangi|
|Calum Pereira||Nathan John Salmon|
|Caleb Meleisea||Patrick Moimoi|
|Daytona-Lukiz Tupuhi-Taoho||Phranklyn Mano Le Mamea|
|Dennis Sofara||Presley Seumanu-Tigafua|
|Denzel Hurt-Pickering||Raphael Sio|
|Etuate Fukofuka||Rodney Tuipolotu-Vea|
|Francis Tuimauga||Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo|
|Harry Durbin||Selu Halasima|
|Ieti Samuelu||Siale Siulangapo|
|Jacob David Jnr Auloa||Siale Faeamani|
|Jeriko Filipi-Talisau||Sio Kali|
|Julian Drinnan||Tanner Stowers-Smith|
|Juelz Baker||Te Hataterehapaerau Reid|
|Kayliss-Jesse Fatialofa||Taimana Whakatau|
|Kesa Silver||William Piliu|