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N>R>L

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Fred saua

on 4 January 2013

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KEVIN LOCKE My favourite player Shaun Johnson Born in Nukuʻalofa, Hurrell moved to New Zealand in late 2009 on a rugby union scholarship with Auckland Grammar School.[1] He played for their first XV, earning vice captain in his second year, and represented Auckland Secondary Schools as a centre and second five-eighth.[2] He was also a member of the athletics team and was national champion in Olympic weightlifting for the open weight category in 2010.

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about the players A Northcote Tigers junior who attended Northcote college, Locke first gained attention when he played for the Auckland Lions in the NSWRL Premier League in 2007. In 2008 he was signed by the New Zealand Warriors and played in the Toyota Cup, finishing the season as the competition's second highest points scorer.

On 31 May 2009 Locke made his first grade debut in Round 12 against the Wests Tigers.[1] He scored two tries and kicked one goal on debut as the Warriors won 14-0. The Warriors failed to make the finals of the 2009 NRL Premiership, but Locke finished the season as the club's top point-scorer. He finished his Toyota Cup career at the end of 2009, having made thirty appearances, scoring eighteen tries and ninety nine goals.[2 Few players have had to deal with as much expectation as Shaun Johnson. While he had previously played rugby league, touch had been his dominant sporting pursuit as well as Aussie Rules. Spotted by vodafone Warriors and brought into NYC squad for 2009 season. Played all 25 games and had some judges tipping a big future for him. Playing in the halves, he underlined his ability as a creator and finisher as well as being an adept kicker and capable goal kicker. He finished up with 241 points in his debut season, resulting in him joining the club’s NRL squad on an upgraded contract for 2010. Johnson was a critical contributor again in the vodafone Junior Warriors' NYC premiership-winning campaign in 2010, taking his career tally beyond 400 points in 45 games. Giant winger Manu Vatuvei yesterday continued his rich try-scoring form as the New Zealand Warriors maintained their unbeaten home record in this season's NRL with a 36-16 victory over the Bulldogs.

Vatuvei, whose defensive lapses have made him a target for opposition kickers, again showed his attacking menace by grabbing a brace of tries to take his tally to six in five matches.

Skipper Ruben Wiki said his team-mate had once more demonstrated his value to the Warriors. By FRED
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