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Three NRL debuts, two 200th career appearances and two 150-game achievements feature among milestones achieved by One New Zealand Warriors players so far this season.

The most recent were achieved last Saturday when back rower Kurt Capewell had his 150th career outing and 18-year-old edge forward Leka Halasima made his stunning first-grade debut as Warrior #289 in the heartbreaking 12-13 loss to the Bulldogs.

Earlier in the campaign Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak joined the NRL’s 200-game club while Mitchell Barnett also made his 150th appearance.

Hooker Wayde Egan is six games short of his 100th game while try-scoring marks are looming for wingers Watene-Zelezniak and Montoya. Watene-Zelezniak is four tries away from 50 for the Warriors and five from his 100th career; Montoya needs three more tries to reach the 50 mark for his career.


Club # Player Game
NRL debuts    
286 Jacob Laban v Rabbitohs, Accor Stadium, April 6, Rd 5
287 Zyon Maiu'u v Dolphins, Go Media Stadium, April 25, Rd 8
289 Leka Halasima v Bulldogs, Accor Stadium July 6, Rd 18
Club debuts    
285 Kurt Capewell v Sharks, Go Media Stadium, March 8, Rd 1
288 Moala Graham-Taufa v Dolphins, Go Media Stadium, May 26, Rd 12
200 appearances (overall)    
203 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck v Rabbitohs, Accor Stadium, April 6, Rd 5
262 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak v Panthers, Suncorp Stadium, May 19, Rd 11
150 appearances (overall)    
275 Mitchell Barnett v Dragons, WIN Stadium, April 19, Rd 7
285 Kurt Capewell v Bulldogs, Accor Stadium, July 6, Rd 18
100 appearances (overall)    
218 Charnze Nicoill-Klokstad v Dragons, WIN Stadium, April 19, Rd 7
50 appearances (Warriors)    
262 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak v Raiders, Apollo Projects Stadium, March 22, Rd 3
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