New Zealand Warriors History and 2021 Preview
If there is ever one team that will not give up until the final whistle, it is the New Zealand Warriors. They may have never won the premiership, but they have never won the wooden spoon either. This fact speaks of their stability and consistency.
The team for the new season will look to build on past achievements, such as the run to the Finals in 2002 and 2011. One area of concern will be the fitness of key players. The injury list already has an addition in Euan Aitken.
Coach Nathan Brown has been impressed with the ‘heart’ and character shown by the players. Addin Fonua-Blake and Bayley Sironen are forming a lethal forward partnership that can only be good news.
The Warriors will be confident about the forward line winning enough points. If the defence clicks too, the club will have a season to remember.
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