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Imagine if the NRL would actually spend a bit of money there and also give the Warriors a few concessions so they could be the mega-club they ought to be.

https://www.rugbypass.com/rugby-league/news/people-are-getting-bored-former-all-black-makes-startling-admission-that-nrl-has-overtaken-union/

Former All Black fullback Israel Dagg has made a startling admission that rugby union is being ‘absoluted dominated’ by its rival code, with rugby league commanding more of an audience in New Zealand.

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, The Rocket said:

Imagine if the NRL would actually spend a bit of money there and also give the Warriors a few concessions so they could be the mega-club they ought to be.

https://www.rugbypass.com/rugby-league/news/people-are-getting-bored-former-all-black-makes-startling-admission-that-nrl-has-overtaken-union/

Former All Black fullback Israel Dagg has made a startling admission that rugby union is being ‘absoluted dominated’ by its rival code, with rugby league commanding more of an audience in New Zealand.

 

 

 

Is there just one team in New Zealand?

I saw them on tv against West Tigers the week after the New Zealand v Tonga game which was exciting.

Do the New Zealand international players mostly play for Australian teams?

 

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On 26/07/2022 at 09:30, Niels said:

Is there just one team in New Zealand?

I saw them on tv against West Tigers the week after the New Zealand v Tonga game which was exciting.

Do the New Zealand international players mostly play for Australian teams?

 

Yes , yes and yes.

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Good to see it back, maybe now we can get on with conquering New Zealand.

We're excited to announce that we'll be re-entering the NSW Cup and S.G. Ball Cup next year, with two former Kiwis and NRL premiership winners locked into coach.

Right move to see that they`ve gone with Kiwis as coaches. It`s interesting to note that both times the Warriors made the NRL GF ( 2003 & 2011 ) they had a very high proportion of Kiwi born players in their squad.

 

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3 hours ago, The Rocket said:

Good to see it back, maybe now we can get on with conquering New Zealand.

We're excited to announce that we'll be re-entering the NSW Cup and S.G. Ball Cup next year, with two former Kiwis and NRL premiership winners locked into coach.

Right move to see that they`ve gone with Kiwis as coaches. It`s interesting to note that both times the Warriors made the NRL GF ( 2003 & 2011 ) they had a very high proportion of Kiwi born players in their squad.

 

There is definitely an opportunity for league to grow in NZ as sport and has always been the case. But it won’t be at the expense of their national game. 

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