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Warriors jersey auction supporting wellbeing across Aotearoa

Written by Lincoln Jefferson

Thanks to the generosity of the One NZ Warriors, Player worn and signed jerseys from this season are up for auction to generate funds to support educational programmes for the Warriors Community Foundation.

Currently there are three jerseys up for auction from two iconic games from this season.

Round 20 when the Warriors played the Sharks on Sunday 16 July (44-12 win) and Round 25 on Friday 18 July Warriors v Sea Eagles (29-22 win) both at Go Media Stadium.

More jerseys will be added over the coming weeks.

All Jerseys are player worn, signed by the player that wore it and come with a certificate of authenticity.

Current listings:

2023 Warriors Heritage jersey player worn and signed by Addin Fonua-Blake

Closes Monday 18th September. 8:15pm.

2023 Warriors Indigenous jersey worn by Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

Closes Monday 18th September. 8pm.

2023 Warriors Te Kahu Kura Indigenous jersey Josh Curran match worn and signed

Closes Wednesday 20th September 8pm.

Keep an eye out for more jerseys over the coming weeks.

Warriors Community Foundation tackle social issues with programmes and community initiatives that support mental health, anti-bullying, literacy and other wellbeing skills that support success for tamariki, rangatahi and whanau.

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