Voted number 7 on Yahoo New Zealands list of the greatest sporting turn coats of all time in 2011. Educated at west Aucklands Massey high school, a young Shontane played his junior rugby league for the Te Atatu Roosters. Playing from the Roosters Shontane played for the junior Kiwis in 1998. By 2001 Shontane had transfered across to fellow west Auckland club the Glenora Bears where he played for the clubs Bartercard cup side. at the tender age of 18 Shontane signed with the New Zealand Warriors. By round 7 of the 2000 NRL season Shontane had broken into the Warriors top grade side. Shontane would play a further 27 (28 games in total) before surprising many by turning his back on what looked like a long and illustrious NRL and Kiwis career by signing with the Bradford Bulls in the ESL. After a tip off from Kiwis legend Robbie Paul the Bulls signed Shontane for the 2003 season. Shontane lived with Paul and his wife durring his first season in the ESL. After a surprise recall to the New Zealand national side in 2004, Shontane injured his knee which ruled him out of that season until round 22. In a unique twist of fate Shontane formed a feared partnership for the Bulls with man voted the 4th greatest turn coat of all time by the same Yahoo New Zealand list, Leslie Vainikolo. 2008 would be Shontanes last in rugby league before he signed a three year deal with Bath rugby in the Guinness premiership. Shontane left Bath in 2011 to join the London Irish. 2012 would see Shontane join Montpellier in the French top 14. Shontane played 14 tests for the Kiwis and 13 tests for the England rugby team. In his spare time Shontane DJ's in night clubs.

Follow Shontayne on Twitter: @HapeShontayne

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 28 7 0 0 28
Bradford 134 86 0 0 344

Warriors # 80

Name: HAPE, Shontayne
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Wing
Professional clubs: Warriors, Bulls
Club Titles: 2003, 2004 ESL
Rep Honors: 14 tests for NZ
36 Years

Bryan, a junior of the Otahuhu Leopards played in the Lion Red cup for the Auckland Warriors colts in 1995 and in 1996 made the first grade squad and played first grade for the Warriors against the Gold Coast Chargers in round 15 of the Optus cup. Bryan would play 22 games for the Warriors between 1996 and 1999. For the 2000 season through to the 2001 season Bryan played for English giants St Helens. By 2002 the writing was on the wall for Bryan and he chose to move onto the Oldham Bears for the 2002 season initially on loan but the move was made permanent. Bryan again moved, this time to the Leigh Centurians for the 2003 season. Bryan was a junior Kiwi tourist of England in 1993 and would play for the New Zealand presidents XIII in 1996 and would also play for the New Zealand Maori team in 1995.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 22 3 0 0 12
St Helens 20 1 0 0 4
Oldham 1 0 0 0 0
Featherstone 2 1 0 0 4

Warriors # 38

Name: HENARE, Bryan
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Second Row
Professional clubs: Warriors, St Helens, Oldham, Leigh
Rep Honors: Junior Kiwi
43 Years

Born in Torquay, Devon England to Scotish parents and raised in Australia along with his Brothers Kevin and Andrew who are also professional rugby league players. Ian and his brothers were educated at Terrigal high school on the NSW central coast. Ian came to promience as a 20 year old for the Sydney Roosters against the Parramatta Eels in round 1 of the 2003 season. In 2005 Ian moved to the Parramatta Eels but left mid season after failing to break into the NRL side and only playing in 1 match, joining the Bradford Bulls. Ian made an immediate impact for Bradford who won the ESL that year. However with the arrival of Great Britain and England international at the Bulls, and the now late Terry Newton, Ian saw little game time in his prefered position of hooker. in 2008 Ian rejoined the NRL with the New Zealand club, the Warriors, and immediately made an the field by claiming Castleford in west Yorkshire was the worst place he had ever lived, going on to say that the residents had "rotten teeth, spend to much time drinking and need to have a bath". Ians first game for the Warriors was against the Melbourne Storm in round 1 of 2008. Ian would remain with the Warriors until 2011 and would join the French club the Catalan Dragons in 2011. All three Henerson brothers have represented Scotland in international rugby league and all three played for Scotland in the 2008 world cup. In 2012 controversy again swirled around Ian when he was called into the England rugby league squad to much critcism from those within the game and those outside of it.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Sydney City 7 1 0 0 4
Parramatta 1 0 0 0 0
Warriors 65 8 0 0 32
Bradford 76 14 0 0 56
Catalans 58 7 0 0 28

Warriors # 139

Place of Birth: Torquay, England
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Roosters, Eels, Bulls, Warriors, Catalans
Club Titles: Bradford ESL 2005, WCC 2006
Rep Honors: 4 tests for Scotland
34 Years

A student of Kelston boys high school, Ben played his junior rugby league for the Bay Roskill Vikings. He debuted for the junior Warriors as a 17 year old. In 2009 he was named the Warriors young NYC player of the year. In 2010 he was named captain of the U20's Warrior team which made it to and won the Toyota cup grand final that year though Ben missed out on the win due to injury. 2011 was kinder to Ben as he lead his side to back to back titles.

Ben made his NRL debut for the Warriors senior side in 2012 playing at centre in round 1 against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 24 8 0 0 32

Warriors # 171

Name: HENRY, Ben
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Second row
Professional clubs: Warriors
Club Titles: U20's 2010, 2011
26 Years

Born in Auckand and educated at Tangaroa college and a junior of the Manurewa Marlins club Aaron almost gave his professional career away to concentrate on being a chef before the Warriors came calling. After playing for the Hibiscus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard cup until 2004 Aaron decided to try his luck in Australia and linked up with the Western Suburbs Magpies and North Sydney Bears in successive seasons.

In 2006 the Leigh Centurians came calling in the National league one and Aaron was named in the National league one team of the season. Aaron left Leigh at the end 2006 and linked up with Widnes and then Halifax in 2008. At the end of 2008 Aaron returned to Auckland and made his way into the Auckland Vulcans team. His form was good enough to impress Warriors management and he signed for the club 2009. In 2009 Aaron made his NRL debut for the club against the West Tigers in round 12. He went on to play 60 games for the NRL club and left at the end of the 2011 season having played in the grand final and joined Hull FC in the ESL.

Follow Aaron on Twitter: @realnachos

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 60 5 0 0 20
Leigh 1 1 0 0 4
Hull FC 13 5 0 0 20

Warriors # 153

Name: HEREMAIA, Aaron
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Warriors, Hull FC
Rep Honors: 1 test
35 Years

A junior Kiwi and school boy Kiwi in the early 80's, Terry was born and raised in Christchurch. Terry gained the nickname "the rock" while playing in the Canterbury RL in New Zealand due to his stocky, heavy frame built for prop forward play in rugby league. Terry's first taste of professional rugby league came in 1991 when he signed to play for Doncaster in England. South Sydney was the next stop in Terry's journey and at the height of the Super League war he moved to the Sydney Roosters and played along side fellow Kiwi prop Jason Lawrie. After 66 games for the Roosters Terry resigned for Souths for the 1998 season and played in 17 games for them. Terry signed on to play for the Adalaide Rams for 1999, however they were victims of the Super League wars and Terry was forced to look for a new club and in 1999 he signed for the Auckland Warriors for two seasons playing in 39 games for the club over the next 2 years and also being awarded the Warriors club man of the year in 1999. After retirement Terry returned to Christchurch and has been coaching local club and representative sides in the city since and including the NZ Maori side that played in the Pacific cup of 2004.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
South Sydney 45 5 0 0 20
Sydney City 66 5 0 0 20
Warriors 39 1 0 0 4

Warriors # 60

Place of Birth: Christchurch
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Souths, Roosters, Warriors
Rep Honors: 4 tests for NZ, 3 NZ Maori, 1 rest of world
50 Years