Anthony from the south of Auckland played for the Counties Manukau Heroes in the Lion Red cup and in 1998 transfered to the Mangere East Hawks in the Auckland rugby league. From there Anthony joined the Hibicus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard cup. By 2000 Anthony had played well enough to make the New Zealand residents side and by 2001 would join his brother Jerry at the NZ Warriors. Anthony played his one and only game for the Warriors in round 19 of 2001 against the Brisbane Broncos. Anthony remained in the NZ Warriors squad for 2002 but wasn't able to force his way into the NRL side again. In 2003 Anthony signed for the Halifax Blue Sox who were in the ESL at the time. Work permit problems held up Anthonys arrive at Halifax but when he was cleared to play he was rushed into the Halifax side. Anthonys time at Halifax was short and far from happy and after being dropped to the clubs academy side and in june he left the Blue Sox. Later that year he was voted in as a member of the Halifax's most embarrassing selections for the season. For the remainder of the 2003 season Anthony signed for and played for the Doncaster "Dons". Since retirement Anthony has returned to New Zealand and has been involved in training youth sides in Auckland.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Warriors 1 0 0 0 0
Halifax 12 1 0 0 0

Warriors # 94

Name: SEUSEU, Anthony
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Warriors, Halifax, Doncaster

Though Jerry retired from rugby league in 2006 after two seasons with the Wigan Warriors he continues his connection with rugby league and the Warriors with a duel roll at the club of welfare and education manager and manager of the Warriors NYC team. Jerry began his playing career with the Mangere East Hawks and later represented Counties Manukau Heroes in the Lion Red cup in 1995 and 1996 before joining the Warriors in 1997. In 1997 Jerry played his hand in the side that lost the reserve grade grand final that year. However Jerry did make his first grade debut for the Warriors in first grade that season when he played against the Western Reds in round 17. Jerry would go on to play a futher 132 games for the Warriors including his debut match. The tough test prop signed to play for Wigan at the start of the 2005 season and retired at the end of the 2006 season. Jerry would go onto play 11 tests for the Kiwis and then switch allegiances to Samoa and play 4 tests for them. Jerry's younger brother also played for the Warriors.

Follow Jerry on Twitter: @jerryseu1

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Counties Manukau Heros 37 6 0 0 24
Warriors 132 10 0 0 40
Wigan 38 1 0 0 4

Warriors # 50

Name: SEUSEU, Jerry
Place of Birth: Auckland
Positions: Prop
Professional clubs: Warriors, Wigan
Rep Honors: 11 tests for NZ, 4 tests for Samoa
43 Years

Brett Seymour (born 27 September 1984 in Mackay, Queensland) was an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for Hull in the European Super League. His usual position is in the halves.

On contract with the Brisbane Broncos from a young age, Seymour was a standout school boy performer, leading the St Patrick's Mackay schoolboy side to victory in the Confraternity Cup.Other schoolboys from the same age group included Grant Rovelli and former Manly centre, Ashley Alberts.

On the 3 August 2009 it was announced that Seymour had signed with the New Zealand Warriors for the 2010 season, with an option for 2011.[6] The contract contained strict contractual provisions around Seymour's off-field behaviour and the NRL informed the Warriors that they will be heavily sanctioned should Seymour misbehave. Seymour moved to Auckland before the end of 2009 to begin preparations for the 2010 season and made his debut for the club on 14 March 2010.

In 2011 he signed a three-year deal with Hull FC, beginning in 2012. Seymour was caught drink driving in November before leaving New Zealand.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Brisbane 62 12 32 2 114
Cronulla 39 6 11 1 47
Warriors 22 2 9 0 26
Hull FC 27 7 0 0 28

Warriors # 157

Name: SEYMOUR, Brett
Place of Birth: Mackay QLD
Positions: Half back
Professional clubs: Broncos, Sharks, Warriors, Hull FC
33 Years

Currently Ryan plays rugby union for the Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva premiership. Ryan was born in Masterton New Zealand but moved to Australia with his family as a child. Ryans first taste of rugby league came with the Coogee Wombats, a club in the Sydney competition. In 2006 Ryan was signed by the Melbourne Storm and was immediately sent to play for the Norths Devils in the Queensland cup. By 2007 Ryan played his only game for the Melbourne Storms NRL side which came in round 2. A recurring knee injury cut short the rest of the 2007 season for Ryan. When the Warriors showed interest in Ryan durring the 2007 season so Ryan decided to return home to New Zealand and signed for the Warriors on a one year deal for the 2008 season. Ryan would play five games in the NRL for the Warriors but was unable to force his way past test centres Jerome Ropati and Brent Tate. Ryans debut for the Warriors was against the Newcastle Knights in round 4 of 2008. At the end of the 2008 season Ryan was released by the Warriors. Ryan wished to remain in New Zealand so switched codes to rugby union, signing with the Otago RU and playing 19 games in the NPC. By 2010 Ryan was no longer required by Otago so moved to England where he took up a contract with the Newcastle Falcons and as of 2012 Ryan remains with the club.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Melbourne 1 0 0 0 0
Warriors 5 3 0 0 12

Warriors # 140

Place of Birth: Masterton
Positions: Centre
Professional clubs: Storm, Warriors
Rep Honors: NZ Barbarians RU
31 Years

John played his junior football for Port Kembla and the local Dapto team. John was quickly identified as a rare talent by the Illawarra Steelers and he signed with them in 1990 and as a 17 year old made his NRL debut for the club. By 1991 Johns talents were being recognised at representative level and he was selected to play for City firsts, again he was selected for City firsts in 1992. In 1992 NSW half back Ricky Stewart was injured and so John was brought into the NSW squad on the back of strong club and City firsts form. NSW won this game but John was forced to make way for Stewarts return from injury. It would be a full five years before john would play for NSW again. In 1994 John won the Illawarra Steelers player of the year award. Feeling stale at the Steelers John moved to the Sydney Roosters and played 15 games in the 1996 season. However John was unable to shift PNG test halfback Adrian Lam so moved to the Parramatta Eels on a three year deal. Midway through the finally season of his three year deal and being on the outer with coach Brian Smith due to fitness issues john requested and was granted a release from his final season at the Eels to join the Warriors. Johns experience was a huge draw for the Auckland club and he was named captain for only his second game for the club. Johns debut came against the Penrith Panthers in round 15 of 1999. Wishing to be closer to his family John returned to Sydney, playing for the Wests Tigers in 2001. Having only played 18 games for the Tigers John announced that he was retiring with immediate effect before the end of the season, sighting a lack of enthusiasm after a 64 - 0 hiding from the Melbourne Storm. In 2003 John was named in the Illawarra commemorative "team of steel", celebrating players of the clubs first 25 years. 1997 saw John play his one and only international for Australia when he played against the Rest of the World side at Suncorp Stadium. Post retirment would see John working with Aboriginal youth in an education setting and like Stacey Jones open his own Subway franchise restaurant. John continues his involvement with the game by coaching a local club team in Illawarra.

Club Games Tries Goals FG's Points
Illawarra Steelers 120 27 30 9 177
Sydney City 15 5 0 0 20
Parramatta 45 12 26 13 113
Warriors 32 2 51 0 110
Wests Tigers 18 4 11 1 17

Warriors # 69

Name: SIMON, John
Place of Birth: NSW
Positions: Stand off
Professional clubs: Steelers, Roosters, Eels, Warriors, Tigers
Rep Honors: 4 SOO, 1 test
45 Years

Omar is the first Afghani professional rugby league player in the NRL. Though born in Pakistan his parents were itenerant travelers who eventually layed down roots in New Zealand through a refugee relocation program. Omar played his junior rugby of the union variety and it wasn't until Omar noticed the junior Warriors training on a ground near him that he approached the coach John Akland and asked him if he could try out for the team. The rest as they say is history. At the time Omar was playing rugby union for Auckland Grammar schools first XV and was also champion junior track athlete and junior weightlifter. Omar was named in the NYC team of the year in 2011. The same year the Warriors U20's side won the second of their back to back NYC titles. Omar was selected for the junior Kiwis in 2011 also. Omar debuted for the Warriors in the middle of a horror run of losses for the club. His first match coming against the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks in round 15. Off contract at the end of the 2012 season Omar was pursued by several NRL clubs but instead choose to sign with the Canon Eagles in Japan, returning to rugby union.

Follow Omar on Twitter: @OmarSlaimankhel

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

Warriors # 174

Place of Birth: Islamabad Pakistan
Positions: Fullback
Professional clubs: Warriors
Club Titles: U20's 2011
Rep Honors: Junior Kiwis
25 Years