Affectionately known as "doc" or "doctor death" to his mates, as a play on words due to his last name being spelled as Death. However his name is pronounced as "Deeth". Jason began his rugby league jouney at the Canberra Raiders where in 1990 he was named as the Canberra rookie of the year. Jason stayed with Canberra for 5 seasons and played 57 NRL games for them though he was stuck behind some outstanding hooking talent in Steve Walters and Simon Woolford for much of his time. Jason signed with the North Queensland Cowboys for the 1996 season through to the 1998 season and played 45 games for them at hooker. At the of the 1998 season Jason signed on with the NZ Warriors and shifted to New Zealand. He would stay for 2 seasons and play 56 games for the club before moving on to South Sydney in 2002 through to 2004. Jason made his NRL debut for the Warriors against the Sydney Roosters in round 1 of 1999. Jason, in his time at the Warriors, struck up a strong friendship with New Zealand test great Stacey Jones and it was on a fishing trip with Jones that Stacey presented Jason with a test jersey from a recent test series. Death said of the gift that it was one of the most meaningful he had recieved and he would treasure it. It's a further tribute to this durable player that he played over 200 NRL matches at hooker or lock, in among the some of the biggest, toughest, footballers on the planet.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Canberra 61 6 0 0 24
North Queensland 45 5 0 0 20
Warriors 56 11 0 0 44
South Sydney 44 0 0   0

Warriors # 59

Name: DEATH, Jason
Place of Birth: Young, NSW
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Radiers, Cowboys, Warriors, Souths
46 Years

Signed from the North Queensland Cowboys in 2003, Paul joined the NZ Warriors for the 2004 season. A junior of the Herbert River club he would go onto play 30 games for the Cowboys over the space of 4 seasons and scored 5 tries in that time. In 2003 Paul played 1 game for Italy against Greece in the Lonian cup. Paul made his debut for the Warriors against his old club at Dairy Farmers stadium in 2004 but was only able to play 3 games and was released before the end of the 2004 season. After the Warriors Paul returned to North Queensland and played for Herbert River Crushers in the Townsville and districts league.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
North Queensland 30 5 0 0 20
Warriors 3 0 0 0 0

Warriors # 114

Name: DEZOLT, Paul
Place of Birth: Herbert River
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Cowboys, Warriors
Rep Honors: 1 test for Italy
39 Years

Carl is a former junior of the Glenora Bears RLC. It was in 1999 that Carl was called up to the Warriors senior side in the NRL as cover for the injured Mathew Ridge. Despite a strong showing, displaying courage and fortitude and an accurate kicking boot (82% success rate, 14/17) Carl wasn't resigned by the club for the 2000 season and he returned to the Auckland club scene with the Mt Albert Lions in the Bartercard cup.

The author of this brief bio would also like to point out that Carl and he were club and team mates at the Suburbs New Lynn cricket club in junior grades.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 5 0 14 0 28

Warriors # 67

Name: DOHERTY, Carl
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Fullback
Professional clubs: Warriors
42 Years

Mike made his NRL debut against the Newcastle Knights in round 9 of the 1995 season. Born in Christchurch and raised there Mike was an integral member of the dominant Canterbury provincial side of the early to mid 90's. In 1994 Mike signed with the Hawks Bay Unicorns for the Lion Red cup and it was while playing for the Unicorns that he was selected for the New Zealand Residents side and played in two none tests for the Kiwis. In 1995 Mike moved up to Auckland to link up with the Auckland Warriors for the clubs inaugural season in the Winfield cup. Mike would go onto play four games for the Warriors but was not re-signed for the 1996 season. Instead the Tigers came calling and Mike signed for the Tigers for the 1996 season where he would play a further 10 Winfield cup games. Mike again shifted clubs, this time to the Hunter Mariners for the 1997 season and played four top grade games for them. For the 1998 season Mike played for the Orange club and then returned to Canterbury club football with the Halswell club. Mike for the last decade and longer has coached various Canterbury and South Island age group teams with good friend and former Warrior and Kiwi Logan Edwards.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 4 2 0 0 8
Wests Tigers 10 3 0 0 40
Hunter 4 1 0 0 4

Warriors # 25

Name: DORREEN, Mike
Place of Birth: Christchurch
Positions: Wing
Professional clubs: Warriors, Roosters, Hunter
Rep Honors: Uncapped Kiwi, 4 games for NZ residents
51 Years