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NRL 2016 New Zealand Warriors footy stamps

SKU #1892416

NRL 2016 New Zealand Warriors footy stamps

$22.00
The New Zealand Warriors 2016 NRL Footy Stamps are sure to delight footy fans and stamp collectors alike. Each pack contains 20 x $1 stamps and tabs, with the tabs featuring 20 players from the current New Zealand Warriors squad.
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The New Zealand Warriors 2016 NRL Footy Stamps are sure to delight footy fans and stamp collectors alike. Each pack contains 20 x $1 stamps and tabs, with the tabs featuring 20 players from the current New Zealand Warriors squad.

Featured on the back of the pack is the full 2016 squad.

In 2016 the New Zealand outfit will field three world-class players in the crucial positions of fullback, halfback and hooker. At 22 years of age, former Sydney Roosters star Roger Tuivasa- Sheck shapes as one of the most significant recruits in the Warriors’ history. Raised in Auckland before making his mark with the Roosters, Tuivasa-Sheck made a superb transition to fullback for the Roosters and New Zealand in 2015 and should revel in the Warriors’ free-flowing attacking style.

The club’s second key recruit, hooker Issac Luke from South Sydney, is also heading home after almost a decade with the Rabbitohs. Rated one of the most dynamic dummy-half runners in the game, Luke is also expected to flourish at the Warriors and will add experience and leadership to the forward pack.

The third ‘pillar’ of the new-look Warriors is Golden Boot-winner Shaun Johnson, whose 2015 season was cut short with a serious ankle injury just when it appeared he was poised to steer the club to the finals. A halfback with mesmerising footwork and dazzling ball skills, Johnson will appreciate the injection of class that Tuivasa-Sheck and Luke will offer. The Warriors will play 14 of their 24 regular season games in New Zealand, with Canterbury-Bankstown (Wellington) and Penrith (Christchurch) both transferring games to the Shaky Isles.