Dallin Watene Zelezniak Warriors

Treating the Warriors as second-class citizens is dumb business by NRL and Australian-centric media

Before spending millions on risky expansions or selling State of Origin matches offshore, the NRL would be better served making use of the low hanging fruit ripe for the plucking by giving the Warriors the attention they deserve.

If you are a New Zealand-based Warriors supporter, you get used to poor media service. Besides limited locally produced content (which is generally woeful) in the Land of the Long White Cloud, we only get Fox League’s NRL coverage.

Via that, Warriors supporters get used to a thin gruel of analysis of their team. Although in saying that, sometimes you would…

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