Jeremy is a junior of the Port Macquarie Sharks before signing for the Cronulla Sharks club and primarily played for there premier league side. In 2009 Jeremy signed for the Parramatta Eels where he would play 7 NRL games for them with his first game being against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in round 11, 2009. In 2010 the Warriors signed Jeremy where he would play 24 games for the club over 2 seasons. His debut game for the Warriors came against the Gold Coast Titans in round 1 of 2010 and his last was against North Queensland Cowboys in round 15, 2011. In 2012 he signed for the St George Illawarra Dragons where he played 14 games for them over the space of the season. Jeremy signed to play for the Penrith Panthers from 2013 where he will agains link up with his coach at the Warriors, Ivan Cleary.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Parramatta 7 0 0 0 0
Warriors 24 2 0 0 8
St George 14 0 0 0 0

 Warriors # 158

Name: LATIMORE, Jeremy
Place of Birth: Port Macquarie
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Eels, Warriors, Dragons
31 Years

Epalahame Vear Loloko Luaki was educated at Waitakere college and Kelston boys high and played for the Waitakere Sea Gulls and Glenora Bears respectively. Hame was signed by the Warriors in 2004 and made his debut for the club that same season against the Brisbane Broncos st Suncorp Stadium. Durring his time at the Warriors when he wasn't involved in first grade he would play for with the Auckland Lions or Auckland Vulcans in the NSWRL cup. At the end of 2007 Hame signed a three year extention to his contract with the Warriors, taking him through to the end of 2010. however on the 23rd of april 2009 it was announced by the Warriors that Hame had requested a release from the remainder of his contract and the club had granted it to him so he could sign for Hull FC in the ESL. His first match was against the Harlequins RL on the 21th of august 2009. In 2012 Epalahame signed to play for world power Wigan Warriors. Hame has played 2 test matches for the Kiwis and was lucky enough to play an All Golds match as well. Also, Hame has represented his country of birth, Tonga, in 4 tests. He has also played in 2 Exiles matches.

Hame is brother of former All Black Sione Lauaki and is the cousin of uncapped Kiwi Tevita Vaikona.

Follow Hame on Twitter: @4ELOLE

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 69 10 0 0 40
Hull FC 57 5 0 0 20
Wigan 28 2 0 0 8

Warriors # 110

Name: LAUAKI, Epalahame
Place of Birth: Ha'apai, Tonga
Positions: Second row
Professional clubs: Warriors, Hull FC, Wigan
Rep Honors: 2 tests for NZ, 4 tests for Tonga,

Blessed with outrageous natural talent, Ali began the rugby league journey that would eventually see reap and large haul of titles and awards. Ali began playing at the Mangere East Sea Eagles in Auckland . By 1997 Ali had caught the eye of the national selectors making the Junior Kiwis that season and again in 1998. The 110kg giant made his NRL debut in 1998 against the North Sydney Bears in round 6. By 2000 and with almost 40 NRL games under his beat Ali was selected to represent the Kiwis at the 2000 world cup. Debuting against the Cook Island and scoring a try at Reading. By 2002 Ali was wowing those in the know and he was widly regarded as the best second rower in the game and played a leading part in the New Zealand Warriors making the 2002 grand final. As 2002 drew to a close Ali was again selected to tour with the Kiwis and he would play 7 out of 8 games including 3 tests against Great Britain, the test against Wales and the test against France. When Ali made his stance on where rugby league stood in his life and that family and church came first a world wide duel code fight broke out for his signature. Eventually Leeds won the race for Ali's signature and he would stay with the Super League club 7 seasons, enjoying much success. With his world class ball skills Ali made the Super League dream team of 2004. 2005 would start with a bang for Ali when his Leeds club beat the Sydney Bulldogs in that years World Club Challenge. He again made the 2005 Super League dream team. 2009 would see a brief return to the black jersey of New Zealand when he toured with the New Zealand All Golds side to commemorate the tour of the original code switches that kick started rugby league in New Zealand, Australia and across the pacific. The name All Gold was originally a term of derision coined by a rugby union friendly media back in 1908. The media of the day choice to ignore the fact that the players and management of the original All Golds tour put up there own money to make the tour and all lost money at the end of it. At the end of 2012 Ali switched clubs and joined the Wakefield Wildcats, also a ESL club. In 2007 Ali decided to pull on the test jersey of Samoa due to little or no oppotunities to represent New Zealand further.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 115 33 0 0 132
Leeds 198 65 0 0 260
Wakefield 21 6 0 0 24

Warriors # 55

Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Second row
Professional clubs: Warriors, Leeds, Wakefield
Club Titles: 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 ESL Leeds
Rep Honors: 19 tests for NZ, 3 tests for Samoa
38 Years

Warriors # 180

Name: LAUMAPE, Ngani
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Wing
Professional clubs: Warriors

Corey, by NRL standards was a late bloomer for the Warriors. With most players making there debut at NRL level in their late teens or early twenties, Corey was 27 when he ran onto the field against the North Queensland Cowboys in round 5 of 2007. Corey had served his apprenticeship in his native Canterbury the Hornby Panthers and then with the Canterbury Bulls in the Bartercard cup and finally with the Auckland Lions in the NSWRL cup before making the NRL side. Corey went on to play a further 3 games for the Warriors and proved with his limited time his whole hearted never say die work ethos. 2008 saw Corey sign with Doncaster in National League two. By 2009 Corey had returned to his junior club, the Hornby Panthers where he is the player coach of the club.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 4 0 0 0 0
Doncaster 1 0 0 0 0

Warriors # 135

Name: LAWRIE, Corey
Place of Birth: Christchurch
Positions: Lock
Professional clubs: Warriors
37 Years

For most of Tevita's career he has been known as Tevita Latu. Now days Tevita uses the hyphenated last name of Leo-Latu. Tevita's early days were spent playing for the Richmond Rovers in the Auckland competition but didnt start taking his rugby league seriously until he began playing for the Marist Richmond Brothers who were in the Bartercard cup at the time. Tevita starred for the Marist Richmond Brothers and by 2003 had signed for the NZ Warriors. By round 13 of the 2003 season Tevita had forced his way into the NRL starting side for the Warriors, coming off the bench. After failing to impress the Warriors club further Tevita was released from the remainder of his contract and by 2006 had signed for the Cronulla Sharks. Immediately Tevita his feet with the Sharks and was playing regular first grade rugby league with the club, interchanging the hooking roll with the Kevin Kingston. On may the 23rd of 2006 Tevita found himself in an altercation with a 19 year old woman named Brooke Peninton at Cronulla Kingsway BP service station. A verbal altercation soon turned into a physical assault when Tevita punched Peninton, breaking her nose along with other minor injuries. Cronulla tore up Tevitas contract instantly and further still Tevita was arrested the following day and charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm. The following wednesday the NRL de-registered Tevita's contract. Eventually Tevita was sentenced to community service. After completing his sentence Tevita signed with the Wakefield Wildcats in the ESL in 2006 through to 2010. Tevita found himself embroiled in controversy again when he was found guilty of racially abusing Warrington player Kevin Penny. Tevita was suspended for 6 games. After 78 games for the Wildcats Tevita returned to Australia, this time with the Central Queensland Comets in the Queensland cup for the 2011 season. In 2012 Tevita returned home to Auckland, playing for the Pt Chev Pirates and the Auckland Vulcans. Following some outstanding club form in 2004 Tevita recieved a call up to the Kiwis for his one and only test for New Zealand. By 2008 Tevita had made himself available for his country of heritage, Tonga and has so far made 3 appearances.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 22 3 0 0 12
Cronulla 10 1 0 0 4
Wakefield 82 14 0 0 56

Warriors # 107

Name: LEO-LATU, Tevita
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Warriors, Sharks, Wildcats
Rep Honors: 1 test for NZ, 3 tests for Tonga
36 Years