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The New Zealand Herald
The Beast's burden becomes too muchthe priority. "As we have said, our focus is on the welfare of the six players
The Beast's burden becomes too much
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
the priority. "As we have said, our focus is on the welfare of the six players involved," said Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. "Following medical advice received, Manu is now on leave. We would ask that everyone respects his and his family's... Read more
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Rippa
NRL News Round-Up: Parramatta Eels punishment handed out, Wests Tigers star injured, New Zealand Warriors stand down five playersinvolving prescribed drugs. The incident occurred after their 42-0 loss to the
NRL News Round-Up: Parramatta Eels punishment handed out, Wests Tigers star injured, New Zealand Warriors stand down five players
Rippa / Posted 2 days ago
involving prescribed drugs. The incident occurred after their 42-0 loss to the Melbourne Storm. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said the club’s main priority is player welfare and he is committed to the well being of all players... Read more
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SportsFan
Warriors' Vatuvei granted medical leaveSource: AAP Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei has been granted leave on medical gro
Warriors' Vatuvei granted medical leave
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
Source: AAP Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei has been granted leave on medical grounds, the NRL club's managing director Jim Doyle said on Tuesday. Vatuvei was one of six Warriors dropped for Sunday's match against St George Illawarra in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Vatuvei granted leave from Warriors amid reported prescription drug abuseleave. We would ask that everyone respects his and his family's right to privac
Vatuvei granted leave from Warriors amid reported prescription drug abuse
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
leave. We would ask that everyone respects his and his family's right to privacy at this time," Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said. Vatuvei was one of six Warriors dropped for Sunday's NRL match against St George Illawarra in Auckland after... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Vatuvei given medical leave of absencehe had not indulged and had only accompanied the players and acted as the group
Vatuvei given medical leave of absence
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
he had not indulged and had only accompanied the players and acted as the group's driver. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle announced in a statement that Vatuvei was given a leave of absence and that the club were also continuing to focus... Read more
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SportsFan
Vatuvei granted medical leaveleave. We would ask that everyone respects his and his family's right to privac
Vatuvei granted medical leave
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
leave. We would ask that everyone respects his and his family's right to privacy at this time," Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said. Vatuvei was one of six Warriors dropped for Sunday's NRL match against St George Illawarra in Auckland after... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Manu Vatuvei given medical leave of absencehe had not indulged and had only accompanied the players and acted as the group
Manu Vatuvei given medical leave of absence
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
he had not indulged and had only accompanied the players and acted as the group's driver. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle announced in a statement that Vatuvei was given a leave of absence and that the club were also continuing to focus... Read more
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News Mail
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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Northern Star
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
Northern Star / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bromwich backs stars to returnwere not going to be considered for selection," said Kearney. The Warriors are
Bromwich backs stars to return
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
were not going to be considered for selection," said Kearney. The Warriors are also considering their options. Club CEO Jim Doyle met each of the players last Friday and it's understood there will be further meetings this week between the club,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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Queensland Times
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwisfeelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the youn
Gallen’s free to take on the Kiwis
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
feelings. “He gave me a bit of a noogy, but that’s part of football,” the young Bronco said. Meanwhile, Warriors boss Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney have strongly supported the bans on Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Skipwith: Warriors should have come clean on cocktail scandalfrom test selection, have now changed their tune, having learned that Warriors
David Skipwith: Warriors should have come clean on cocktail scandal
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
from test selection, have now changed their tune, having learned that Warriors coach Andrew McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle had the full backing and support of both the New Zealand Rugby League and NRL on the matter. Radio Sport's Kent... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Skipper backs stars to returnwere not going to be considered for selection," said Kearney. The Warriors are
Skipper backs stars to return
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
were not going to be considered for selection," said Kearney. The Warriors are also considering their options. Club CEO Jim Doyle met each of the players last Friday and it's understood there will be further meetings this week between the club,... Read more
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Sporting Life
Kiwi players banned for drug abuseplayers."It's not just a rugby league issue. It's an issue that's across profes
Kiwi players banned for drug abuse
Sporting Life / Posted 4 days ago
players."It's not just a rugby league issue. It's an issue that's across professional sport."Warriors managing director Jim Doyle also reaffirmed the club's position on the players who were disciplined last week to the Sydney Morning... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pill cocktail behind New Zealand players' Test banand energy drinks reportedly achieves an amphetamine-like high without breachin
Pill cocktail behind New Zealand players' Test ban
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
and energy drinks reportedly achieves an amphetamine-like high without breaching doping rules. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle reaffirmed the club's position in a statement on the players on Monday. "We're continuing to deal with this... Read more
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SportsFan
Drug misuse claim over banned KiwisNZ Herald said Hurrell denied taking prescription drugs on the night. The drug
Drug misuse claim over banned Kiwis
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
NZ Herald said Hurrell denied taking prescription drugs on the night. The drug misuse allegation came after Warriors boss Jim Doyle aroused anger and confusion when he said the NRL club had blocked Vatuvei, Matulino and Thompson from playing for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Skipwith: Warriors should have come clean on cocktail scandalof the punishment have now changed their tune, having learned that Warriors coa
David Skipwith: Warriors should have come clean on cocktail scandal
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
of the punishment have now changed their tune, having learned that Warriors coach Andrew McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle had the full backing and support of both the New Zealand Rugby League and NRL on the matter. Radio Sport's Kent... Read more
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SportsFan
Warriors silent on drug claimsWarriors boss Jim Doyle says the club won't be commenting on reports that playe
Warriors silent on drug claims
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
Warriors boss Jim Doyle says the club won't be commenting on reports that players were banned after mixing prescription drugs with energy drinks Photo Source: Getty Images Warriors NRL boss Jim Doyle won't be drawn on reports that five of the six... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZRL boss: 'It's not just a rugby league issue'Kent Johns talks to NZRL CEO Alex Hayton: Five of the six, including Vatuvei,
NZRL boss: 'It's not just a rugby league issue'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Kent Johns talks to NZRL CEO Alex Hayton: Five of the six, including Vatuvei, Matulino and Thompson, told club boss Jim Doyle they had mixed prescription drugs with energy drinks during a night out in Auckland. The sixth player, centre... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Warriors ‘misused prescription drugs’in the Pacific Island Test on Saturday. Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell of the
Warriors ‘misused prescription drugs’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
in the Pacific Island Test on Saturday. Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell of the Warriors. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle released a statement on Monday reaffirming the club’s position on the players who were disciplined last... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney says he was involved in decision not to select Warriors trioto rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to
Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney says he was involved in decision not to select Warriors trio
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
to rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to disciplinary action. Warriors boss Jim Doyle aroused anger and confusion when he said the NRL club blocked Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Warriors ‘misused prescription drugs’in the Pacific Island Test on Saturday. Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell of the
Warriors ‘misused prescription drugs’
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
in the Pacific Island Test on Saturday. Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell of the Warriors. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle released a statement on Monday reaffirming the club’s position on the players who were disciplined last... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Warriors' prescription drug revelationwould still have been dropped from the Dragons match, but would have been free
Warriors' prescription drug revelation
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
would still have been dropped from the Dragons match, but would have been free to play in the upcoming test. Warriors CEO Jim Doyle would not comment to the New Zealand Herald on confidentiality grounds, except to say: "We've dealt with it... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors mixed prescription drugs with energy drinks/ Getty Ben Matulino. Photo / Getty Related ContentRadio Sport host Martin De
Warriors mixed prescription drugs with energy drinks
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
/ Getty Ben Matulino. Photo / Getty Related ContentRadio Sport host Martin Devlin: Kiwis ban is over-handedRugby League: Jim Doyle backing for test banMichael Burgess: 'Line in sand' by Warriors a step too far Bodene Thompson. Photo /... Read more
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SportsFan
Kiwi omissions my decision: Kearneyto rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to
Kiwi omissions my decision: Kearney
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
to rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to disciplinary action. Warriors boss Jim Doyle aroused anger and confusion when he said the NRL club blocked Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson from... Read more
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SportsFan
Player omissions my decision: Kearneyto rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to
Player omissions my decision: Kearney
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
to rule three Warriors players ineligible for Friday's trans-Tasman Test due to disciplinary action. Warriors boss Jim Doyle aroused anger and confusion after the NRL club blocked Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson from playing... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Radio Sport host Martin Devlin: Kiwis ban is over-handedfrom contention for the Pacific tests next Saturday, is punishing the players t
Radio Sport host Martin Devlin: Kiwis ban is over-handed
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
from contention for the Pacific tests next Saturday, is punishing the players twice. Yesterday Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said the club was "more than justified" in extending the punishment of the "gang of six" into the international... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Winners and losers from the sporting weekendTake it away Cappy. You've been through acres of torment and the Warriors are s
Winners and losers from the sporting weekend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Take it away Cappy. You've been through acres of torment and the Warriors are still playing on three cylinders but you and Jim Doyle took a stand on behavior and came up trumps. - WG The Warriors: The NRL match against the Dragons at Mt Smart was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jim Doyle backing for test banto captaincy of the Kiwis in the absence of the injured Simon Mannering. Photo
Jim Doyle backing for test ban
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
to captaincy of the Kiwis in the absence of the injured Simon Mannering. Photo / Photosport Warriors managing director Jim Doyle says the club is "more than justified" in extending the punishment of the "gang of six" into the international... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Lewis: Sack the players, not the coachclub but found himself in a comedy festival where all the jokes are about Austr
Paul Lewis: Sack the players, not the coach
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
club but found himself in a comedy festival where all the jokes are about Australians and none are funny. Managing director Jim Doyle is a smart, committed man and my guess is he'll try to keep McFadden, who looks the same sort of reasonable,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hugh McGahan: McFadden's time is upchange the culture at Mt Smart. Maybe it's also time for other personnel chang
Hugh McGahan: McFadden's time is up
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
change the culture at Mt Smart. Maybe it's also time for other personnel changes to be made at the club. General manager Jim Doyle is relatively new and should look at the whole organisation. Doyle and owner Eric Watson have both been steadfast... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Skipwith: Timing of big night out beggars beliefalso illustrates a high degree of arrogance, complacency and lack of respect fo
David Skipwith: Timing of big night out beggars belief
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
also illustrates a high degree of arrogance, complacency and lack of respect for what McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle are trying to achieve in changing the club's culture of mediocrity. Right or wrong, true or untrue, their lack of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Crisis? What crisis? Doyle plays down team cutsWarriors CEO Jim Doyle maintains the club is not in crisis - but it feels like
Crisis? What crisis? Doyle plays down team cuts
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Warriors CEO Jim Doyle maintains the club is not in crisis - but it feels like they might be close to it. The events of yesterday, when coach Andrew McFadden dropped six players to reserve grade after a late night out on Tuesday, was the climax to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Timing of big night out beggars beliefalso illustrates a high degree of arrogance, complacency and lack of respect fo
Timing of big night out beggars belief
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
also illustrates a high degree of arrogance, complacency and lack of respect for what McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle are trying to achieve in changing the club's culture of mediocrity. Right or wrong, true or untrue, their lack of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Warriors not in crisis - DoyleWarriors CEO Jim Doyle maintains the club is not in crisis - but it feels like
Warriors not in crisis - Doyle
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
Warriors CEO Jim Doyle maintains the club is not in crisis - but it feels like they might be close to it. The events of yesterday, when coach Andrew McFadden dropped six players to reserve grade after a late night out on Tuesday, was the climax to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Richie Barnett: Warriors' infringing won't impact on Kiwisto sort through. "My concern is now that they have gone against the grain of t
Richie Barnett: Warriors' infringing won't impact on Kiwis
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
to sort through. "My concern is now that they have gone against the grain of the club. [Warriors managing director] Jim Doyle has stamped down pretty hard. I respect Jim immensely and I think he has laid down the challenge and said to the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dale Budge: Heads must roll if status quo remainscentury? No. Heck, it barely registers as an indiscretion in NRL terms but the
Dale Budge: Heads must roll if status quo remains
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
century? No. Heck, it barely registers as an indiscretion in NRL terms but the hardline stance taken by managing director Jim Doyle and coach Andrew McFadden puts it into perspective. These players have not lived up to expectations this season.... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Warriors axe six players after night out3am. Some players were then late to a team meeting the following day, which pr
Warriors axe six players after night out
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
3am. Some players were then late to a team meeting the following day, which prompted an investigation. Managing director Jim Doyle and an HR representative met with players about the indiscretion. The club then held a meeting with the entire... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors forward Charlie Gubb backs hard-line stancecop a lot [of criticism]. The only way we can stop that is by winning." Radio
Warriors forward Charlie Gubb backs hard-line stance
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
cop a lot [of criticism]. The only way we can stop that is by winning." Radio Sport's Jason Pine interviews Warriors CEO Jim Doyle Gubb said the players already expected some changes were likely to be made for Sunday's must-win game against the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Warriors stand down 'unprofessional' playersNRL ladder after three wins from eight matches, with key players failing to per
Warriors stand down 'unprofessional' players
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 7 days ago
NRL ladder after three wins from eight matches, with key players failing to perform consistently. Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle said the affected players would miss Sunday's match against St George Illawarra and instead play reserve... Read more
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The North West Star
New Zealand Warriors axe six, including Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino, Bodene Thompson and Konrad Hurrellagainst the Dragons while Sione Lousi, John Palavi and Matt Allwood have earned
New Zealand Warriors axe six, including Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino, Bodene Thompson and Konrad Hurrell
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
against the Dragons while Sione Lousi, John Palavi and Matt Allwood have earned NRL recalls. Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle said the club was trying to create a professional environment to ensure success and backed McFadden's decision to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors axe six players to reserve gradeline-up and interchange until an hour before the match. More to come. Radio S
Warriors axe six players to reserve grade
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
line-up and interchange until an hour before the match. More to come. Radio Sport's Jason Pine interviews Warriors CEO Jim Doyle Warriors squad to face the Dragons:Matt Allwood Blake Ayshford David Fusitu'a James Gavet Charlie Gubb Ryan... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The insider who survived the year of the outsiderClinton vs Jerry Brown in 1992 - and does not represent a unique or fundamental
The insider who survived the year of the outsider
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Clinton vs Jerry Brown in 1992 - and does not represent a unique or fundamental challenge to bringing the party together for a general election. "There has always been a renewing wellspring of enthusiasm," said former Wisconsin Governor Jim... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Doyle shows support for McFaddenWarriors managing director Jim Doyle has again thrown his support behind besieg
Doyle shows support for McFadden
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
Warriors managing director Jim Doyle has again thrown his support behind besieged NRL coach Andrew McFadden and denied the club is speaking to other contenders about replacing him mid-season. Talk has intensified following the seven tries to none... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors managing director denies the club are looking at other coaching optionsunder pressure following a string of inconsistent performances from his side. P
Warriors managing director denies the club are looking at other coaching options
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
under pressure following a string of inconsistent performances from his side. Photo / Getty Warriors managing director Jim Doyle has again thrown his support behind besieged coach Andrew McFadden and denied the club is speaking to other... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Track and field notes: Crowd of Clippers taking it to next levelVenable was the state’s cross-country champion in 2007 and part of Bishop Hendr
Track and field notes: Crowd of Clippers taking it to next level
The Providence Journal / Posted 14 days ago
Venable was the state’s cross-country champion in 2007 and part of Bishop Hendricken’s deep distance corps under Jim Doyle. Page 2 of 2 - Former Cumberland and Dartmouth star Hilary Dionne was the state’s top female finisher, as the 2016... Read more
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