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Silas Redd Q&A

Former NFL player Silas Redd played his first ever rugby league game in the Southern Hemisphere on Saturday in Auckland, in what was just his second game since switching codes. We caught up with the running back turned Ipswich Jets winger, after he took the field in a day of scrimmage against the Ponsonby Ponies, […]

Kurt Sorensen Q&A

Waterview Laundromat Q&A: Hedia Moani-Kafoa

Hedi Moani-Kafoa is a promising teenage footy player with one remarkable difference. The south Auckland-raised Otahuhu College graduate has won a national secondary schools competition and this year caught the attention of plenty with some huge performances in Queensland state competitions, doing it all with only one hand, having been born without a right hand. […]

Waterview Laundromat local Q&A – Jeremiah Pai

Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck Q&A

His older brother is proving one heck of an act to follow, but so far Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck is doing a damn fine job of making a name for himself. Already a Premiership winner at U-20 level, ‘JTS’ is also a social media star in the making, showcasing impressive talents both on and off the field. […]

Nathan Cayless Q&A

Ray Haffenden Q&A

By Will Evans – Canterbury Rugby League Linwood, Canterbury and New Zealand Rugby League icon Ray Haffenden was recognised in last week’s Queen’s Birthday Honours, appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to rugby league. A long-serving fullback for Linwood and Canterbury, Ray went on to make an enormous impact […]

New chair for Auckland Rugby League

Mason Lino Q&A

Mason Lino is the somewhat forgotten man waiting behind arguably the NRL’s best halves pairing. At 23 years of age he’s played three first-grade games and represented Samoa on the international stage. We go 1-on-1 with the talented playmaker to talk all things footy. KLC: The Intrust Super Premiership side are undefeated at the top […]

Sam Lisone Q&A