New Zealand Warriors unhappy at prospect of 10pm kick-off for home final

George hopes to sit down with the NRL next week to lock in a time and venue. Most fans did not expect the Warriors to make the finals, let alone secure an all-important top-four finish.


There was talk of the Warriors moving their home final to Eden Park, which holds 45,000 fans, instead of the 26,000 capacity at Mt Smart Stadium.

But again there are logistical headaches, with Eden Park having already sold tickets to the Qatar Airways Hole in One Challenge, which falls on the Saturday of…

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