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The New Zealand Warriors are long out of excuses.

Since taking the reins in 2017, local hero Stephen Kearney has made some big changes to a playing group that has delivered doughnuts in recent times.

Will the Warriors bring the fight in NRL 2020? Let’s see how the odds are shaping up.

About the New Zealand Warriors

Established: 1995
Home ground: Mt Smart Stadium
Coach: Stephen Kearney
Captain: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
Premierships: None
2019 ladder finish: 13th (9-1-14)

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Updated NZ Warriors futures odds

2020 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Dally M Odds
Feb $34 $3.25 $7.50
Mar $41 $3.50 $6
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2020 NZ Warriors draw

New Zealand Warriors NRL
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NZ)
1 New Zealand Warriors McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, March 14 5pm
2 Canberra Raiders Eden Park Saturday, March 21 5pm
3 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Friday, March 27 8pm
4 Wests Tigers Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, April 4 5pm
5 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, April 12 8:15pm
6 Sydney Roosters Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, April 18 7:30pm
7 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Wednesday, April 25 10pm
8 Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium Sunday, May 3 3:50pm
9 Canterbury Bulldogs Mt Smart Stadium Friday, May 8 8pm
10 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, May 16 5pm
11 Melbourne Storm Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, May 23 5pm
12 BYE
13 Brisbane Broncos Mt Smart Stadium Friday, June 5 8pm
14 Canberra Titans GIO Stadium Sunday, June 14 4:05pm
15 North Queensland Cowboys Sky Stadium Saturday, June 27 5pm
16 Sydney Roosters TBA Saturday, July 4 9:35pm
17 Canterbury Bulldogs Bankwest Stadium Friday, July 10 9:55pm
18 Gold Coast Titans Mt Smart Stadium Friday, July 17 8pm
19 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, July 25 7:30pm
20 Penrith Panthers Mt Smart Stadium Friday, July 31 8pm
21 Newcastle Knights Mt Smart Stadium Sunday, August 9 4:05pm
22 South Sydney Rabbitohs Central Coast Stadium Saturday, August 15 5pm
23 Manly Sea Eagles Mt Smart Stadium Friday, August 21 8pm
24 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Saturday, August 29 7:30pm
25 Cronulla Sharks Jubilee Stadium Saturday, September 5 5pm

NZ Warriors players to watch in 2020

NRL star David Fusitu'aDavid Fusitu’a
Born: 16/10/1994
Games: 96
Tries: 60
Position: Winger

‘Fus’ was the competition’s deadliest attacker in 2018, topping the charts with 23 tries from as many games. He managed only five tries in 2019, so Warriors fans will hope to see the dashing winger back to his best this season.


NZ star Tohu HarrisTohu Harris
Born: 7/1/1992
Games: 147
Tries: 22
Position: Second row

A broken foot kept Harris out for the back half of the 2019 campaign, so he will be eager to make an impact from the start this year. The former Melbourne Storm star adds great experience and quality to NZ’s second row.


NRL star Roger Tuivasa-SheckRoger Tuivasa-Sheck
Born: 5/6/1993
Games: 160
Tries: 49
Position: Fullback

Few players are as important to their team as the 2019 Dally M Medal winner. If RTS has a down year or cops an injury, it is hard to see the Warriors going anywhere near the finals this season.

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