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    Warriors and Broncos out to drag themselves off bottom

    The Warriors and Broncos will look to drag themselves off the bottom of the NRL ladder tonight when they clash on Australia's Central Coast. The teams currently sit at 14th and 15th place respectively, only two points above the last-placed Bulldogs. 

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    Exciting news for sports fans in Aotearoa

    Sports reporter Nathan Rarere has the latest sports news. 

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    Warriors to stay in Oz, for now

    The Warriors will stay in Australia for the time being after discussions with the NRL yesterday.

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    Warriors caught in the eye of the Storm once again

    The Melbourne Storm demolished the New Zealand Warriors 50-6.

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    Kearney 'shattered' by Warriors sacking

    The Warriors have sacked coach Stephen Kearney, news that CEO Cameron George who delivered the bullet said left Kearney "shattered."   

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    Warriors sunk by Rabbitohs, plan to get up for Storm

    Beaten 40-12 last night by the Bunnies, coach Stephen Kearney says the Warriors need to walk toward the challenge of the Storm.

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    Rugby season has finally returned

    James Perry catches up with commentator Te Arahi Maihi on the latest football action.

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    Hiku scores hat-trick leading to Warriors win over Cowboys

    Despite losing their last game to the Panthers, Warriors come back even better in their win against the Cowboys last night at Central Coast Stadium in New South Wales. 

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    West Tiger star Josh Aloiai on his brother's controversial BLM video

    West Tigers second rower Josh Aloiai speaks out about his brother Ethan Aloiai's controversial video on the Black Lives Matter movement.

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    'We're beating ourselves'- Warriors take a beating from the Panthers

    The Warriors lose to the Panthers 26-0.

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