Russell, a two test Kiwi was educated at Foxton Beach school and Manawatu college. He played both union and league for the Foxton union and league clubs respectively. From this start Russell went onto play for the Levin Lions and at the tender age of 16 played for the Central Falcons in the Bartercard cup. In 2007 Russell signed to play for the Warriors but spent most of his time playing in the NSWRL cup for the Auckland Lions, now known as the Auckland Vulcans. In 2007 he recieved a contract offer from the Sydney Roosters but turned it down to stay in New Zealand. Round 10 on may 4th 2008 saw Russell make his NRL debut for the Warriors against the Canberra Raiders.

In 2006 Russell not only played for the junior Kiwis but also captained them and was also rewarded with his strong form with selection in the New Zealand 'A' side. Russell has played one game for the New Zealand Maori against the Touring England side.

Russell's brother Pairoa was also contracted to Warriors for some time but didn't go on to play for the NRL side.

Follow russell on Twitter: @Russell_Packer

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 98 5 0 0 24

Warriors # 141

Name: PACKER, Russell
Place of Birth: Huntly
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Warriors
Rep Honors: NZ Maori 1, 2 tests
28 Years

A talented stand off, Jeremiah played his junior football for the Eastern Tornadoes and his abilities were noticed first when playing in the Bartercard cup. Jeremiah signed with the Warriors and made his debut for the club in 2002 against the Parramatta Eels in round 19. Jeremiah was unable to cement a contract with the Warriors beyond the 2002 season and moved onto the Wests Tigers for the 2003 season but was unable to break into the NRL side and was released for the 2004 season. 2004 found Jeremiah at the Eels. Again however he was able to force his way into the NRL side and was on the look out for another club for 2005. Melbourne was the next stop on Jeremiahs career path but again was unable to break into the senior side and was without a professional club for 2006. Pai did however play for the NZ Maori side that played a series against the Cook Islands in 2006.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 2 0 0 0 0

Warriors # 101

Name: PAI, Jeremiah
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Stand off
Professional clubs: Warriors, Tigers, Eels, Storm
Rep Honors: NZ Maori
35 Years

Educated at Penrose high school (now known as One Tree Hill college) played his junior league for the Papatoetoe Panthers and the Otahuhu Leopards.  In 2001 the NZ Warriors noticed his raw destructive abilities and signed him to a 3 year deal which saw him debut for the club at NRL level against the Northern Eagles in round 15 2001. Iafeta soon became a fan favourite at Ericsson stadium (now Mt Smart stdium), effectionately known as Mr Effective or Feka to fans and team mates alike. A former scaffolder, Iafeta was offered a big money offer from world powerhouse Wigan and in june of 2005 put pen to paper. Feka would go on to play 145 times for Wigan but in 2011 signed to play for the Salford City Reds. 2007 saw controversy swirl around Iafeta when he was charged with assault of a bus driver, James Campbell, and appeared in court on those charges, pleading not guilty. Iafeta was found guilty and given a non custodial sentence of compulsory unpaid work and ordered to pay costs + compensation to the victim. After playing three tests for the kiwis Iafeta was given RLIF permission to swap nations and play tests for Samoa in 2007.

Follow Iafeta on Tritter: @Fex_P

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 83 8 0 0 32
Wigan 145 21 0 0 84
Salford 24 3 0 0 12

Warriors # 93

Name: PALEA'AESINA, Iafeta
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Warriors, Wigan, Salford
Rep Honors: 3 tests for NZ
35 Years

Henry Edward Perenara is a current NRL and test referee. Henry is a proud member of the famous rugby league family which includes current Parramatta player and Henry's brother Marcus, uncle to TJ Perenara and cousin to Sonny Bill Williams. Henry attended west Aucklands Lynfield college and played initially for the New Lynn Stages before going on to play for the Bay Roskill Vikings and in 1998 was part of the New Zealand school boys team. In 1999 Henry signed a development contract and played for Auckland north in the National Provincial Competition and was also key member of the Glenora Bears side that dominated the Auckland competition at that time, winning the Roop Roster, Ruataki Shield and Fox Memorial. In 2000 Henry played his first game for the Warriors against the Sydney Roosters in round 21 and would go on to play a further 2 games for the NZ Warriors before looking to further his career with the Melbourne Storm who he signed with in 2001 and played 33 NRL games for. In 2003 Henry joined the St George Illawarra Dragons where he added a further 16 top grade games to his tally. By 2005 Henry was again on the move, this time linking with the Parramatta Eels where he played 11 NRL matches before moving to his final NRL the Sharks in 2007 where he would play just 9 NRL games. At the end of 2007, at the age of 27 Henry hung up his playing boots and took up a referees cadetship. In 2007 after moving through the refereeing ranks Henry made his second NRL debut, this time as a referee. Henry also made his debut as a test referee when he took control of the test match between England and Wales. Henry is one of only four New Zealanders to play for his country and to referee in a test match.

Follow Henry on Twitter: @henryperenara

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 3 0 0 0 0
Melbourne 33 8 0 0 32
St George Illawarra 16 1 0 0 4
Parramatta 11 1 0 0 4
Cronulla 9 2 0 0 8

Warriors # 84

Name: PERENARA, Henry
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Lock
Professional clubs: Warriors, Storm, Dragons, Eels, Sharks
Rep Honors: 1 test for NZ, 2 games for NZ Maori
37 Years

It was at the tender age of 16 that Scott made his NSWRL debut for the Penrith Panthers in 1994 and also touring with the junior Kangaroos in Fiji before going on to play in 34 first grade games for the Panthers before leaving the Panthers in 1996 for the North Sydney Bears amid the Super League war of the time. He was a regular in the Bears side over the next 2 seasons making 55 appearances for them. However when the North Sydney Bears and Manly Warringah Sea Eagles merged at the end of 1999 to form the Northern Eagles Scott found himself squeezed out of the new playing roster. Scott joined the Warriors for the 2000 season and made 14 appearances for the club but his time in Auckland was short lived and he moved back to Sydney in 2001 and again linked up with the North Sydney Bears in the NSWRL premiership and ultimately with the Northern Eagles club playing in 5 games for them over the coarse of the next two seasons before retiring at the end of the 2002 season. After retiring Scott got himself involved with horse training and coaching rugby league in the lower grades.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Penrith 34 10 7 0 54
North Sydney 55 16 0 0 64
Warriors 14 0 1 0 2
Northern Eagles 5 3 1 0 14

Warriors # 72

Place of Birth: Kings langley, NSW
Positions: Wing
Professional clubs: Panthers, Bears, Warriors, Northern Eagles
Rep Honors: Junior Kangaroo
41 Years

New Zealand born, Peyroux is of Samoan, Solomon Island, Cook Island and French descent. Peyroux played junior rugby league for the Otahuhu Leopards, Mangere East Hawks and Papatoetoe Panthers. He attended and played for the Sarah Redfern High School after moving to Australia with his family at age 15 to pursue his rugby league career. Peyroux signed with the Sydney Roosters and then moved to Mattraville Sports High School in his final year of schooling, winning the AAC National Champions Trophy with the school in 2007

Peyroux signed professionally for the Sydney Roosters in 2007 but never featured for their first grade side, instead playing in the National Youth Competition in the Under 20 set-up. He then featured for Sydney's feeder side, the Newtown Jets, in the New South Wales Cup for the 2008 season, before joining the Gold Coast Titans. In 2010, he was dual registered with Tweed Heads Seagulls, a feeder club to the Titans.

He made his debut for the Titans in 2011 and played sixteen games for the club.

Peyroux joined the New Zealand Warriors for the 2013 season and made his debut for the club on 3 June 2013

- Last Updated 2013/06/14

Club Games Tries Goals FG's points
Gold Coast Titans 16 3 0 0 12
Warriors  2        

Warriors # 182

Name: PEYROUX, Dominique
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Centre
Professional clubs: Titans, Warriors
29 Years