Almost two years after leaving their homeland, the New Zealand Warriors will soon be able to play right back in a game in Auckland.
After 716 days, the Warriors will return to Mount Smart Stadium and New Zealand. Forced to emigrate to Australia following epidemics and border closures, the Warriors finally see the end of the tunnel. The Warriors last played against Rabito in Auckland on August 30, 2019. CEO Cameron George confirmed on Wednesday that the club will play its first game at the Mount Smart Stadium in 716 days against the Bulldogs on August 15 as part of the game. 22nd day. He declared:
This will be one of the most important and certainly the most emotional days in the history of our great club. What we want now is for the MT Smart Stadium to be decorated in our colors to support the team and say goodbye to Roger Tuwasa-Shek. The club as a whole made great sacrifices to continue the tournament during the Govt-19 epidemics, but our families, members and fans who returned home in New Zealand were the ones most affected by not being able to commune. With their team. Their continued support and patience is amazing. NRL for providing continued support. We can not say enough about what they have done for us in the last two seasons.
The ZNZWarriors They are officially heading to Mount Smart Stadium for the 22nd round!
The contest is set to say goodbye to Roger Tuwasa-Shek for home
– NRL (R NRL) June 8, 2021