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Simon Mannering is one of elite sport's great enigmas. Since 2005 he has been a regular fixture in the Warriors and Kiwis rugby league teams and has captained both sides. He has the passion and drive of Brad Thorn and the consistency of Richie McCaw. He regularly leads tackle counts, always has the respect of both team mates and opponents and confounds team doctors by playing through pain and illness. He is, in short, the ultimate warrior, who will always put the good of the team before his own wishes and ambitions. He has played close to 300 games in the NRL, one of the most taxing and physically demanding competitions in world sport, but very few people know anything about him. He shuns the celebrity lifestyle, is never implicated in controversy and hardly ever does interviews. But his career is a blueprint for how young people with only average natural abilities (his words) can force their way to the top. Mannering was not a sporting prodigy. He often, perhaps too modestly, describes his early athletic talents as mediocre. But he had an unflagging work ethic towards training and when he came across good mentors he clung to them for dear life. In his autobiography, he talks about his transition from skinny white rugby-playing AC/DC fan from Nelson College to life at the Warriors rugby league club in the hip hop heart of Auckland. He shares personal stories about the people he met along the way who helped and inspired him and the lessons he took from them. Always a realist, he recounts his early efforts in a sport he didn't know or understand with unflinching, hilarious and sometimes awkward honesty. Those who know him best also give their insight into a New Zealand sportsperson who, when he eventually hangs up his boots, will be remembered as one of the greats.
Simon Mannering is one of elite sport's great enigmas. Since 2005 he has been a regular fixture in the Warriors and Kiwis rugby league teams and has captained both sides. He has the passion and drive of Brad Thorn and the consistency of Richie McCaw. He regularly leads tackle counts, always has the respect of both team mates and opponents and confounds team doctors by playing through pain and illness. He is, in short, the ultimate warrior, who will always put the good of the team before his own wishes and ambitions. He has played close to 300 games in the NRL, one of the most taxing and physically demanding competitions in world sport, but very few people know anything about him. He shuns the celebrity lifestyle, is never implicated in controversy and hardly ever does interviews. But his career is a blueprint for how young people with only average natural abilities (his words) can force their way to the top. Mannering was not a sporting prodigy. He often, perhaps too modestly, describes his early athletic talents as mediocre. But he had an unflagging work ethic towards training and when he came across good mentors he clung to them for dear life. In his autobiography, he talks about his transition from skinny white rugby-playing AC/DC fan from Nelson College to life at the Warriors rugby league club in the hip hop heart of Auckland. He shares personal stories about the people he met along the way who helped and inspired him and the lessons he took from them. Always a realist, he recounts his early efforts in a sport he didn't know or understand with unflinching, hilarious and sometimes awkward honesty. Those who know him best also give their insight into a New Zealand sportsperson who, when he eventually hangs up his boots, will be remembered as one of the greats.
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A Statistical History of Rugby League I always wanted to produce these stats as just a way to take my mind off my back injury and help fi ll in my days but I also wanted them to be as accurate as I could make them, so as I found stats I had to cross check them with other books and websites and to try to be as acurate as possible and with various sites and books and micrfi sch fi lms I actually went through every game ever played. there are the players stats in alphabetical order then there is the order of Darren Lockyer on 355 games down to every player that just played 1 game, (1 game is still more than most players ever got a chance to play), then there is the list of games played at 1 club and then the lists of pointscorers from Hazam El Masri all the way down to the guys that kicked 1 fi eld goal for a solitary point, as well as the pointscorers at 1 club, also the tryscorers lists from The Great Ken Irvine on 212 all the way to 1 and at 1 club Ken Irvine on 171 to 1 again, then goalkickers and fi eld goal kickers. then with the club stats I have added in the records for more than 1 try in a game and all the Hat tricks 4’s, 5’s, 6’s 7’s and eight in a game also the most points, tries, goals f/goals in a game season and career at every club including the clubs that are no longer around, like Cumberland who where only in for 1 season. now with these statistics there may be people out there that are either the players or family of the players that the stats are about and corrections may be needed and I am happy for any feedback, but please remember this is as accurate as I could fi nd with the resources I had available, and there is no opinion involved just cold hard stats, some of the sin binned players I had to go back through some 1000 hours of DVD’s and video tapes to find which particular brawl or punch having said that there is 2 of these stats where I have included my opinion the fi rst is for the Golden Boot Award, there was a period between 1991-1998 where the award wasnt given, so I have listed the players that I believe should have won the award, butI took into consideration the RLW player of the Year the Dally M award, the English Player of the Year and various other Awards that were on off er in those years, the other one and I hope this causes much discussion is in the State of Origin Records, in particular the 1987 Series, if you ask a Queenslander the Game in Los Angeles was an Exhibition Match, but the way I see it if it was a joke match why did they send a full strength Team, so with New South Wales winning Games 1 and 4 and Queensland winning Games 2 and 3 the series was Drawn 2 all, I know that with Queensland winning the Last 7 Series it Doesn’t mean much as they have the Series Overall lead Anyway, but as a Passionate Blues Supporter this is a Wrong that Historically should be Righted. Anyway that all being said I hope you enjoy the read and maybe even end some arguments with these stats as much as I have enjoyed bringing them to you and I will continue to do so in the future.
The biography of a rugby league great
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 92. Chapters: List of New Zealand Warriors players, Michael Witt, Stacey Jones, Steve Price, Ruben Wiki, Shontayne Hape, Paul Whatuira, Dean Bell, Shaun Berrigan, Whetu Taewa, Duane Mann, Greg Alexander, Robbie Mears, Sean Hoppe, Stephen Kearney, Richie Blackmore, Cooper Vuna, John Kirwan, Brent Tate, Marc Ellis, Tevita Leo-Latu, Thomas Leuluai, Francis Meli, Nathan Fien, List of New Zealand Warriors representatives, Matthew Ridge, Gavin Hill, Feleti Mateo, Manu Vatuvei, Phil Blake, Ben Lythe, Joe Vagana, Paul Rauhihi, Vinnie Anderson, Monty Betham, Willie Poching, Denis Betts, Aaron Whittaker, Boycie Nelson, Wairangi Koopu, Ali Lauitiiti, Nigel Vagana, Ian Henderson, Joe Galuvao, Awen Guttenbeil, Ivan Cleary, Wade McKinnon, Lance Hohaia, Simon Mannering, Denan Kemp, Tea Ropati, Terry Hermansson, Evarn Tuimavave, Motu Tony, Mark Horo, Martin Moana, Hitro Okesene, Kylie Leuluai, Clinton Toopi, Frano Botica, Peter Lewis, Misi Taulapapa, Doc Murray, George Tuakura, Tony Tuimavave, Jason Temu, Aaron Heremaia, Logan Swann, Brett Seymour, Syd Eru, Kevin Iro, Joel Moon, Epalahame Lauaki, Quentin Pongia, Justin Morgan, David Solomona, Patrick Ah Van, Brent Webb, Meti Noovao, Liam Foran, Mark Robinson, Sonny Fai, Frank Watene, Ben Matulino, Jeremy Smith, Iafeta Paleaaesina, Julian O'Neill, Justin Murphy, John Simon, Vince Mellars, George Gatis, Se'e Solomona, David Bailey, Tyran Smith, Jerome Ropati, Iva Ropati, Ryan Shortland, Tony Tatupu, Kevin Campion, Malo Solomona, Tony Martin, Lewis Brown, Mike Dorreen, Henry Fa'afili, Richard Villasanti, Gene Ngamu, Michael Crockett, Peter Edwards, Bryan Henare, Andy Platt, Glen Fisiiahi, Grant Young, Grant Rovelli, Jerry Seuseu, Matthew Spence, Henry Perenara, Siuatonga Likiliki, Jacob Lillyman, Sione Faumuina, Cliff Beverley, Anthony Seuseu, Nathan Wood, Jason Mackie, David Myles, Frank-Paul Nu'u...

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