free metal collectionOur boys provide a free metal collection service to homes and businesses in Auckland - computers, whiteware, roofing iron, metal piping, venetian blinds, batteries, car panels, cars, metal shelving, filing cabinets, machinery, lawnmowers, engines, and so on
ph: 021 263 9800 (vodafone)
117 Gt South Rd, Greenlane
Home Zone, North Shore
The Hub, Botany Downs
smart office solutions
161E Marua Rd, Ellerslie
mobile home appliance repairs
North Shore: 09 478-3080
City & East: 09 525-0027
City South: 09 634-2350
North West: 09 411-8733
154 Cavendish Dr, Manukau
airport collision specialists
32 Rennie Dr, Airport Oaks
accountable computer solutions
24C Alpito Place, Pukekohe
Since 2007, the academy has provided training, mentoring, and work experience to South Auckland youth who are alienated to a greater or lesser extent from the mainstream school system. It provides the opportunity for these 15-19 year olds to chase their dream of a career in professional sport and leverages educational achievement and personal development off this. Most of our members don't finish up as professional sportspeople, although some give it a good go. However, when the dream of a professional career ends we hope our boys are well placed to make a good life for themsleves.
Since 2009 the academy has largely been funded through the free metal collection service it offers to Auckland homes and businesses. People phone 021 263 9800 and arrange for the boys to pick up donated metal. Wherever possible this is recycled rather than just scrapped.
November 12, 2017
Captain of NZ Maori in 2016, loosie for Scotland in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. Well done James Bell.
October 14, 2017
George Edwards back in the NZ Residents team in 2017. Last year he played for NZ Maori in this annual residents vs maori fixture. For the record, NZ Maori won 22-16.
September 3, 2017
Champions again. It's not NRL, and it's Hibiscus Coast rather than Papakura, but congrats to Donny and Rahs Tuivai-Lopa pictured here with father Jack, a man of incredible patience. Sharman Cup Reserve Grade Plate Champions 2017.
August 19, 2017
Michael Lemafa, age 17 and a half, made his debut in the NYC (NRL Under 20) competition today. The Warriors were well beaten, 10-68, by Souths on the day, but what a day for this young fella.
July 29, 2017
James Bell made his debut for the Warriors last night. We've been waiting for this day all year. A tough little buggar who doesn't miss his tackles, hates losing, and plays his heart out every time he takes the field.
April 23, 2017
Michael Lemafa, age 17, and a member of the Warriors NYC (Under 20) squad. It's taken the club until round 7 to put the photo up on their web page, but they've always been slow starters!
January 27, 2017
94kg and 180cm. Mighty mouse. Not only is he in the Warriors NRL squad but he's playing in the NRL Nines at Eden park next weekend. Well done that man, James Bell.
|2016, October 15 Well done these two! James Bell (captain) and George Edwards representing NZ Maori October 15 at Huntly. Unfortunately, NZ Residents scored more points on the day.|
|2016, September 29 Our replacement truck, ADY629, an Isuzu Elf!|
|2016, September 15 Our old truck, TT7944, has finally wheezed and screeched for the last time. It died after a long illness on Saturday 10 September. Thank you to all those customers and supporters who have donated to our givealittle page. A replacement is near.|
|2016, September 13 Congratulations to James "Hunter" Bell, Warriors reserve grade "Team Man of the Year" for 2016. He played every game but one (suspension) for the reserve grade team in 2016, and has offers from Aussie clubs for 2017. Come on Warriors - find the money to give Hunter a decent contract.|
|2016, September 2 Congratulations to Michael Lemafa. He captained the Otahuhu Leopards Under 16 'B' team to the Auckland Under 16 title, and was MVP in the NZ Schools development grade grand final where his school, Onehunga High, came from 20-4 down to win 21-20, with Mikeey scoring the final try which tied things up with a few minutes to go.|
|2016, March 20 Well done Jazz Tevaga who made his NRL debut today - starting lineup as hooker for the Warriors after the late withdrawal of Isaac Luke. He's the first of that very good 2011 Papakura High School team to go all the way!|
|2015, September 6 Taqele is a Wallaby, coming off the bench to score a try on debut in their test match win against the USA.|
2015, July 25
From the class of 2009, Glen Fisiiahi finally returns to the NRL
after, what, a fifteen month injury break.
Update, August. Glen is switching to rugby union and the Chiefs in 2016
|2015, May 30 It's good to have this twin back from his year in Aussie and in a league jersey. Welcome home Rahs.|
|2015, May 24 Here's another one going all the way. Taqele, scoring one of his two tries for the Waratahs against the Crusaders, and looking at a Wallaby jersey (qualifies on residency) for the Rugby World Cup.|
|2015, March 8 It's great to see our lads going on with it. James Bell scored the first try for the Warriors reserve grade team in their win over Newcastle yesterday.|
|2015, March 1 Here we go again! Pre-season and the Papakura boys won the ARL nines, held in Whitianga. Good to see Hemi Douglas there with James Bell and George Edwards.|
|2014, October 18 George Edwards finished a good season with selection as fullback for the Counties-Manukau Stingrays and was named in the NZ residents team for 2014.|
|2014, October 4 Well, they did it from 8th spot. Here's James Bell holding up the Holden cup won by the junior warriors.|
|2014, August 16 Congratulations to Donny Tuivai-Lopa who played at hooker as the Papakura Under 20s won the club's first ever grand final in that grade beating Mangere East by a whopping 44-4.|
|2014, Feb 9 Congratulations to George Edwards who played at fullback for the Warriors in their trial game against the Gold Coast Titans today. Here he is signing autographs after the game!!|
|2014, Feb 9 Pre-season games today. James Bell waited 40 minutes for his chance to play for the junior warriors, but then he scored three tries against Pt Chev, the Fox champions!! Well done too, to Oscar Bound, who has made the move from Taranaki and started on the wing for Pt Chev.|