Records

First Match: March 17, 2008 – Lost 22-32 v Melbourne, Etihad Stadium.
NYC Titles: 3 – 2010, 2011, 2014
Runners-up: 1 – 2013
Minor Premierships: 1 – 2011
Finals Appearances: 8 – 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Most Games for the Club
64 
Bunty Afoa 2014-2016
64 Ben Henry 2009-2011
62 Mason Lino 2012-2014
57 Siliva Havili 2011-2013
57 Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard 2012-2014
56 Ofahiki Ogden 2014-2016
55 John Palavi 2009-2012
54 Ngataua Hukatai 2012-2014
53 Brad Abbey 2014-2015
52 Nafe Seluini 2008-2010

Most Tries in a Match
4
Tuimoala Lolohea v Sydney, Allianz Stadium – Finals Week 2. Warriors won 58-6.
4
Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard v Manly, Bluetongue Stadium – Rd 22, 2013. Warriors drew 36-36.
4 Omar Slaimankhel v Manly, Brookvale Oval – Rd 24, 2010. Warriors won 56-18.
3 Eiden Ackland v Sydney, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 15, 2016. Warriors won 40-20.
Semisi Tyrell v Brisbane, 1300SMILES Stadium – Finals Week 2, 2015. Warriors won 45-10.
Marata Niukore v Sydney, Allianz Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2015. Warriors won 32-22.
Tomas Aoake v Canterbury, ANZ Stadium – Rd 26, 2015. Warriors won 30-14.
Marata Niukore v Melbourne, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 18, 2015. Warriors lost 20-24.
Junior Pauga v Parramatta, Pirtek Stadium – Rd 10, 2015. Warriors won 46-16.
3 Tomas Aoake v Wests Tigers, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 6, 2015. Warriors won 38-4.
3 Semisi Tyrell v Brisbane, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 15, 2014. Warriors losts 18-36.
3 Brad Abbey v Canterbury, Eden Park – Rd 6, 2014. Warriors won 58-20.
3 Metia Lisati v Cronulla, Remondis Stadium – Rd 5, 2014. Warriors lost 26-32.
3 Michael Ki v Wests Tigers, Westpac Stadium – Rd 4, 2014. Warriors won 26-24.
David Fusitua v North Qld, 1300SMILES Stadium – Rd 3, 2014. Warriors won 50-12.
3 Tuimoala Lolohea v North Qld, 1300SMILES Stadium – Rd 3, 2014. Warriors won 50-12.
3 Ngataua Hukatai v Gold Coast, Skilled Park – Rd 24, 2013. Warriors won 44-12.
3 Ngani Laumape v North Qld, Dairy Farmers Stadium – Rd 23, 2012. Warriors lost 28-32.
3 Toka Likiliki v Gold Coast, Skilled Park – Rd 18, 2012. Warriors won 38-22.
3 Ngani Laumape v North Qld, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 17, 2012. Warriors won 48-16.
3 Villiami Lolohea v Melbourne, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 12, 2012. Warriors won 30-8.
3 Siliva Havili v South Sydney, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 7, 2012. Warriors won 48-14.
3 Villiami Lolohea v Manly, Eden Park – Rd 1, 2012. Warriors won 30-6.
3 Konrad Hurrell v Newcastle, Suncorp Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2010. Warriors won 54-6.
3 Ben Henry v Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium – Rd 13, 2011. Warriors won 50-10.
3 Omar Slaimankhel v Newcastle, Ausgrid Stadium – Rd 10, 2011. Warriors won 48-28.
3 Joe Mua v Parramatta, Parramatta Stadium – Rd 26, 2010. Warriors won 52-6.
3 Bill Tupou v Canterbury, ANZ Stadium – Rd 5, 2010. Warriors won 36-30.
3 Ben Henry v Canterbury, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 18, 2009. Warriors won 46-16.
3 Thomas Ah Van v Melbourne, Olympic Park – Rd 7, 2009. Warriors lost 32-46.
3 Bill Tupou v Cronulla, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 23, 2008. Warriors won 35-6.
3 Thomas Ah Van v Newcastle, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 4, 2008. Warriors won 30-18.

Most Tries in a Season
27 Omar Slaimankhel in 25 games, 2011
22 Tuimoala Lolohea in 28 games, 2013
22 Konrad Hurrell in 21 games, 2011
20 Glen Fisiiahi in 25 games, 2010
20 Siuatonga Likiliki in 25 games, 2010

Most Tries for the Club
47 Omar Slaimankhel in 51 games
37 Bill Tupou in 49 games
29 Siuatonga Likiliki in 50 games
29 Tuimoala Lolohea in 34 games
26 Siliva Havili in 57 games

Most Points in a Season
312 Dylan Collier in 25 games, 2011 (19T, 118G)
237 Shaun Johnson in 25 games, 2009 (17, 84G, 1FG)
236 Kevin Locke in 24 games, 2008 (15T,88G)
212 Mason Lino in 21 games, 2014 (11T, 83G)
161 Shaun Johnson in 20 games, 2010 (7T, 64G, 5FG)

Most Points in a Match
24
Solomone Kata (3T, 6G) v Manly, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 13, 2013. Warriors won 52-20.
22 Mason Lino (2T, 7G) v North Qld, 1300SMILES Stadium – Rd 3, 2014. Warriors won 50-12.
22 Mason Lino (1T, 9G) v Canterbury, ANZ Stadium – Finals Week 3. Warriors won 54-38.
22 Solomone Kata (2T, 7G) v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 12, 2013. Warriors won 46-20.
22 Carlos Tuimavave (2T, 7G) v Melbourne, Etihad Stadium – Rd 7, 2010. Warriors won 46-22.
22 Kevin Locke (2T, 7G) v Newcastle, Ausgrid Stadium – Rd 12, 2008. Warriors won 42-22.

Most Goals in a Match
9
Mason Lino v Canterbury, ANZ Stadium – Finals Week 3. Warriors won 54-38.
9 Mason Lino v Sydney, Alliannz Stadium – Finals Week 2. Warriors won 58-6.
9 Dylan Collier v South Sydney, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 11, 2011. Warriors won 62-6.

Most Points for the Club
509 Mason Lino in 62 games (16T, 221G, 3FG)
398 Shaun Johnson in 45 games (24T, 148G, 6FG)
312 Dylan Collier in 25 games (19T, 118G)
270 Kevin Locke in 30 games (18T, 99G)
215 Mafoa’aeata Hingano in 33 games (8T, 91G, 1FG)

Biggest Winning Margins
64 64-0 v Canterbury, AAMI Park – Finals Week 3, 2011.
56 62-6 v South Sydney, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 11, 2011.
54 54-0 v Canberra, Eden Park – Rd 9, 2014.
52 58-6 v Sydney, Allianz Stadium – Finals Week 2, 2013.
48 54-6 v Canberra, GIO Stadium – Rd 21, 2014.
48 54-6 v Newcastle, Suncorp Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2011
48 52-4 v Gold Coast, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 22, 2009.

Biggest Losing Margins
64
10-74 v Penrith, Pepper Stadium – Rd 10, 2016.
50
0-50 v St George Illawarra, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 9, 2016.
48
4-52 v Manly, Brookvale Oval – Rd 2, 2009.
46 12-58 v Manly, Lottoland – Rd 17, 2017.
44 4-48 v St George Illawarra, WIN Stadium – Rd 26, 2013.

Longest Winning Streaks
8 (Round 23, 2010 – Round 1, 2011)
7 (Round 25, 2011 – Round 2, 2012)
6 (Round 15, 2012 – Round 21, 2012)
6 (Round 8, 2011 – Round 14, 2011)
6 (Round 16, 2010 – Round 21, 2010)

Longest Losing Streaks
12 (Round 26, 2016 – Round 11, 2017)
4
 (Finals Week 1, 2012 – Round 2, 2013)
(Round 22, 2016 – Round 24, 2016)
(Finals Week 3, 2015 – Round 2, 2016)
3 (Round 26, 2009 – Round 1, 2010)

Junior Kiwis
36 David Bhana (2012), Erin Clark (2017), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2013), Sosaia Feki (2011), Glen Fisiiahi (2010), David Fusitua (2012, 2013), Chanel Harris-Tavita (2017), Siliva Havili (2011, 2012), Adam Henry (2011), Peta Hiku (2012), Mafoa’aeata Hingano (2016), Ngataua Hukatai (2012), Sebastine Ikahihifo (2010, 2011), Mark Ioane (2010), Shaun Johnson (2010), Siuatonga Likiliki (2010), Toka Likiliki (2012), Mason Lino (2013), Sam Lisone (2014), Tuimoala Lolohea (2013), Sam Lousi (2010, 2011), Marata Niukore (2015, 2016), Agnatius Paasi (2011), John Palavi (2011), Isaiah Papali’i (2016, 2017), Nathaniel Roache (2016), Nafe Seluini (2010), Toafofoa Sipley (2015), Omar Slaimankhel (2011), Sio Siua Taukeiaho (2011), James Taylor (2013), Jazz Tevaga (2015), Carlos Tuimavave (2010, 2011, 2012), Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard (2014), Bill Tupou (2010), Albert Vete (2013)

NYC Team of the Year
8 David Bhana (2013), Konrad Hurrell (2011), Siuatonga Likiliki (2009, 2010), Sam Lisone (2014), Ben Matulino (2008), Russell Packer (2008), Omar Slaimankhel (2011), Carlos Tuimavave (2011, 2012)

NYC Team of the Year Coach
1 John Ackland (2011)

Jack Gibson Medal
3 Solomone Kata (2014), Jordan Meads (2011), Carlos Tuimavave (2010)

Sonny Fai Medal
2008 Kevin Locke
2009 Elijah Taylor
2010 Nafe Seluini
2011 John Palavi
2012 Peta Hiku
2013 Michael Sio
2014 Sam Lisone
2015 Bunty Afoa
2016 Chris Sio

Graduates
59 Brad Abbey (2014-2015), Bunty Afoa (2014-2016), Leeson Ah Mau (2008-2009), Patrick Ah Van (2008), Neccrom Areaiiti (2010), David Bhana (2012-2013), Erin Clark (2015-2017), Sonny Fai (2008), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2012-2013), Sosaia Feki (2010-2011), Glen Fisiiahi (2009-2010), David Fusitua (2012-2014), James Gavet (2009), Charlie Gubb (2010), Siliva Havili (2011-2013), Adam Henry (2011), Ben Henry (2009-2011), Peta Hiku (2012), Mafoa’aeata Hingano (2014-2015), Konrad Hurrell (2011), Sebastine Ikahihifo (2010-2011), Mark Ioane (2010), Isaac John (2008), Shaun Johnson (2009-2010), Solomone Kata (2013-2014), Ngani Laumape (2012), Siuatonga Likiliki (2008-2010), Mason Lino (2012-2014), Sam Lisone (2013-2014), Kevin Locke (2008-2009), Tuimoala Lolohea (2013-2014), Sam Lousi (2010-2011), Sione Lousi (2008-2010), Alehana Mara (2008-2009), Ben Matulino (2008-2009), Ken Maumalo (2013-2014), Constantine Mika (2008), Nathaniel Neale (2008), Daniel O’Regan (2008), Agnatius Paasi (2011), Russell Packer (2008-2009), John Palavi (2009-2012), Abraham Papalii (2013), Isaiah Papalii (2016-2017), Nathaniel Peteru (2011-2012), Mataupu Poching (2008), Steve Rapira (2008), Nathaniel Roache (2014-2016), Matt Robinson (2009-2010), Ligi Sao (2011-2012), Nafe Seluini (2008-2010), Toafofoa Sipley (2013-2015), Omar Slaimankhel (2010-2012), Sio Siua Taukeiaho (2011-2012), Elijah Taylor (2008-2010), Jazz Tevaga (2014-2015), Carlos Tuimavave (2010-2012), Bill Tupou (2008-2010), Albert Vete (2012-2013)

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