Born and raised in Northland, Jason played 18 times for his province between 1990 and 1993. Jasons first taste of the big time came when he played for the NZ Maori team against the touring Great Britain team of 1990 and later in 1992 played for the NZ Maori side again the Pacific cup. Jason created history in 1993 when he became Northlands first ever Kiwi international when he played in all 4 tests played on the Kiwis tour of Great Britain and France. In 1994 the newly formed Auckland Warriors signed Jason and he played in the Warriors first ever match in round 1 in 1995 against the Brisbane Broncos. However Jason played only another 4 games in first grade and played the majority of his Warriors games in reserve grade.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Auckland City Vulcans 9 2 0 0 8
Warriors 5 0 0 0 0

Warriors # 16

Name: MACKIE, Jason
Place of Birth: Whaqngarei
Positions: Lock
Professional clubs: Warriors
Rep Honors: 5 tests for NZ
49 Years

Brady, a junior of the Glenora Bears club in Auckland was adept as either a prop or hooker but specialised as a prop as he developed. A junior Kiwi in 1992 and 1993, he was regarded as the best young prop in the rugby league world. Brady signed with the Auckland Warriors in 1996 and debuted for the top team of that year against the Penrith Panthers in round 12. He was also a key member of the Warriors reserve grade side that made the grand final of that year. Between 1996 and 1999 Brady would make 55 appearances for the Warriors senior side before moving to England in 2000 with the Wigan club who he played in 25 matches for that season. At the end of 2000 season he played in the grand final for Wigan which was to be both his last game for Wigan and his last professional rugby league appearance.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Waitakere City Raiders 1 0 0 0 0
Warriors 55 0 0 0 0
Wigan 25 1 0 0 4

Warriors # 37

Name: MALAM, Brady
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Warriors, Wigan
Rep Honors: 2 tests for New Zealand (super league)
44 Years

James is a St Edward's and North Sydney Bears junior who joined Parramatta in 2007 through their feeder club the Wentworthville Magpies who won the NSWRL cup in 2008. In 2009 he joined the Melbourne Storm and played for their feeder club the Central Coast Strom in the NSWRL cup. In 2009 James made his NRL debut for the Melbourne in round 5 and went on to play a further four NRL games for the Storms NRL that year. At the end of the 2009 season James left the Melbourne Storm for the Warriors and debuted for the Warriors NRL team on the 14th of March 2010. By seasons end in 2010 James had amasssed 188 NRL points with 10 of which coming from tries which put him in contention for the Dally M award for that season. James has announced that 2012 will be his last for the Warriors having signed a contract to play for the Sydney Roosters.

In 2009 James played for the NSW residents team against the Queensland residents and on 14th of september he was selected to play against the PNG national team for the priministers XIII.

Nickname: Jimmy

Follow James on Twitter: @jim_jim86

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Melbourne 4 0 0 0 0
Warriors 75 24 222 7 547
Sydney Roosters 0 0 0 0 0

Warriors # 156

Name: MALONEY, James
Place of Birth: Orange,NSW
Positions: Stand off
Professional clubs: Storm,Warriors
30 Years

A rarity in international sport is the best way to describe Duane Darrin Mann. Duane catained both his country of birth, New Zealand, and his country of origin, Tonga, at test level. Duane followed in his fathers foot steps (Don senior) when he won selection in for the Kiwis. And his cousins Esau and George both represented Tonga at test level also. Don Mann junior, Duane's brother, is the current footballer manager of the New Zealand Warriors. Duane attended Kelston boys high school in west Auckland. Duane played for the Glenora Bears from the junior grades right through to premier grade. And from the Bears Duane was first selected for the Auckland provinical team in 1987. And in 1988 played a key roll in Aucklands victory over the touring Great Britain team 30 - 14. Duane signed on with the Warrington Wolves in 1989 and would stay with English heavy weights through to 1994 and in the process found himself playing in the 1990 Challenge cup final. With the Auckland Warriors joining the Australian national competition in 1995 Duane returned home in 1994 and played for North Harbour Sea Eagles in the Lion Red cup, turning out 23 times for the north shore club and scoring 9 tries on the way to winning the Lion Red that year. Duane was the Warriors first ever hooker when he started in the clubs first game against the Brisbane Broncos in round 1 of 1995. Displaced by up and coming test star Syd Eru, Duane left the Warriors and joined the Counties Manakau Heros for the 1996 edition of the Lion Red cup, captaining the club. Duane rejoined his junior club in the late 90's and enjoyed repeated success in the Fox memorial and Auckland premiership. Duanes first taste of international rugby league came in 1986 when he played his first test for Tonga. Duane would go onto play a further 15 tests for Tonga with many as captain. Duane debuted for New Zealand 1989 and would play 29 times for his country of birth, captaining New Zealand in 1994. 1995 would be Duanes last year of test rugby league for New Zealand with Syd Eru displacing Duane at the Warriors and taking his test jersey as well and as a result Duane switch his allegiances back to Tonga. Since 2006 Duane has had an on again, off again, coaching roll with the Tongan national side. Since retirment from rugby league Duane has worked as an educator, worked as the NZ Warriors development coach in 2008 and has run his own successful retain business. In 2009 Duane was head coach of the Glenora Bears and coached the Auckland provincial team. Recently Duane has been coaching the Bay Roskill Vikings and occasional Sky sport commentator.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warrington 124 27 0 0 108
North Harbour 23 9 0 0 36
Warriors 13 3 0 0 12
Counties Manukau 15 3 1 0 13

Warriors # 9

Name: MANN, Duane
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Hooker
Professional clubs: Warrington, Warriors
Rep Honors: 29 tests for NZ, 16 tests for Tonga

Simon Alexander Mannering, born in Napier in the North Island but raised in Nelson in the South Island and spotted by rugby league coach and talent scout Paul Bergman. After being induced to switch codes by Bergman Simon found instant success in the 13 man code when he was selected for the New Zealand secondary schools team after just a handful of rugby league games. Simon shift across the Cook Strait to Wellington to further his rugby league career immediately making the Wellington U18 team and joining the Wellington rugby league academy at Wellingtons WELTEC in 2004. Further success came Simons way when he not only made the Junior Kiwis team but also turned out for the New Zealand 'A' team. Simon recieved interest from the Canterbury Bulldogs and Parramatta Eels in Sydney but chose to remain in New Zealand and signed for the Warriors. Simon debuted for the Warriors NRL side in 2005 against the Broncos in round 16 as a young raw boned centre. But it would be as a workaholic tough second rower that Simon would make his name for himself. Simon has recently penned a new contract with the Warriors which will see the clubs NRL captain stay with the club through to the end of the 2015 season. Simon was appointed captain of the NRL side in 2010 and he is already one of the clubs longest serving players with 165 games to his name at the end of the 2012 season. Simon broke into the international arena in 2006 and was named as the Kiwis rookie player of the year that same year. Simon has since played 28 tests for the Kiwis. Simon is a world cup winning Kiwi having played in the 2008 world cup winning team.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 165 39 0 0 156

Warriors # 125

Name: MANNERING, Simon
Place of Birth: Napier
Positions: Second row
Professional clubs: Warriors
Rep Honors: 28 tests
31 Years

Odell carried a reputation of being the strongest man at the Warriors while he was there. Recently he has proved that beyond doubt. Odell is one the best power lifters on the planet and has set a Australian powerlifting record of 916kg in 2009. Odell has also courted controversy when he was banned from powerlifting when he was caught using methylhexanamine, a banned substance. Odell grew up in South Auckland and played for the Otahuhu Leopards and in 1997 gained selection in the junior Kiwis of that year. Odell joined the Auckland Warriors in 1999 and would make his debut against the Sydney Roosters in round 1 of 1999 and Odell would go on to win the rookie of the year award of 1999. By 2000 Odell was playing for the New Zealand Maori team at the world cup of that year. By 2001 Odell had signed with the Canberra Raiders where he would play 19 games for them over the next two seasons. However a collision with Lesley Vainikolo would side line Odell for an extended period while with the Raiders. by 2003 Odell had returned home to New Zealand and was playing for the Hibicus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard cup before spending a final season with the Central Coast Comets in Australia. However after just 6 games a niggling injury was diagnosed as arthritis and he was forced to retire from rugby league.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 39 13 0 0 52
Canberra 19 6 0 0 24

Warriors # 58

Name: MANUEL, Odell
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Wing
Professional clubs: Warriors, Raiders
Rep Honors: Junior Kiwi, NZ Maori 2
40 Years