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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    A winning welcome home for the Warriors

    A winning welcome home for the Warriors

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    After two and a half years away from Mt Smart Stadium, the Kiwi NRL club have beaten the Wests Tigers 22-2.

    The Warriors didn't concede a try - the last time they did that was against the Dragons in 2020.

    Skipper Tohu Harris, fullback Chanel Harris-Tavita and centre Jesse Arthars each scored a try.

    Playmaker Shaun Johnson was impressive with the boot - kicking five from five.

    Johnson says it's hard to put into words how much the win means on Sky.



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