List of New Zealand Warriors results

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This is a list of results of the rugby league team the New Zealand Warriors from their debut season in the Winfield Cup in 1995 to present day in the National Rugby League. The Warriors were known as the Auckland Warriors until 2000.

Australian Rugby League[edit]

1995[edit]

Winfield Cup

1996[edit]

Optus Cup

  • Round 1 vs Brisbane Broncos, won by forfeit, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre[2]
  • Round 2 vs Illawarra Steelers, won 18-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Western Suburbs Magpies, lost 8-22, Campbelltown Sports Ground
  • Round 4 vs North Sydney Bears, won 12-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 10-22, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 6 vs Illawarra Steelers, won 30-20, WIN Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Parramatta Eels, won 28-4, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 16-28, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 18-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 24-28, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Balmain Tigers, lost 22-34, AMI Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Penrith Panthers, won 26-16, CUA Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Western Suburbs Magpies, won 32-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 24-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Gold Coast Chargers, won 28-14, Carrara Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Western Reds, lost 12-32, WACA Ground
  • Round 17 vs South Queensland Crushers, won 16-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 52-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs St George Dragons, lost 6-35, Oki Jubilee Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 18-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 6-30, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 6-38, Mt Smart Stadium

Super League[edit]

1997[edit]

Telstra Cup

  • Round 1 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 2-14, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 2 vs Hunter Mariners, won 18-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 8-34, Toyota Park
  • Round 4 vs Adelaide Rams, lost 12-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Penrith Panthers, won 16-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Canberra Raiders, won 31-24, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Hunter Mariners, lost 10-18, Breakers Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 24-38, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 30-22, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 18-34, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 10-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Western Reds, lost 12-24, WACA Ground
  • Round 13 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 22-26, CUA Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 11-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Adelaide Rams, won 18-8, Adelaide Oval
  • Round 16 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 18-40, Belmore Sports Ground
  • Round 17 vs Western Reds, won 30-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 50-22, Mt Smart Stadium

World Club Challenge[edit]

  • Round 1 vs St Helens, won 42-14, Knowsley Road
  • Round 2 vs Bradford Bulls, won 20-16, Grattan Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Warrington Wolves, won 56-28, Wilderspool Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Bradford Bulls, won 64-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs St Helens, won 70-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Warrington Wolves, won 16-4, AMI Stadium
  • Quarter Final vs Bradford Bulls, won 62-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Semi Final vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 16-22, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre

National Rugby League[edit]

1998[edit]

Further information: 1998 Auckland Warriors season

Telstra Premiership

  • Round 1 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 18-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 4-33, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Sydney Roosters, won 25-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs St George Dragons, lost 24-28, Oki Jubilee Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Melbourne Storm, won 16-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs North Sydney Bears, lost 26-44, North Sydney Oval
  • Round 7 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 14-38, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 4-22, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 8-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 20-6, Belmore Sports Ground
  • Round 11 vs Canberra Raiders, won 25-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 6-14, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Penrith Panthers, won 15-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Western Suburbs Magpies, lost 16-18, Campbelltown Sports Ground
  • Round 15 vs St George Dragons, won 31-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Melbourne Storm, won 24-21, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 17 vs Illawarra Steelers, lost 17-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Gold Coast, lost 18-31, Carrara Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Balmain Tigers, won 21-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Adelaide Rams, lost 20-22, Hindmarsh Stadium
  • Round 21 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 34-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 22 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 18-20, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 4-16, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 24 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 12-38, Mt Smart Stadium

1999[edit]

Further information: 1999 Auckland Warriors season
  • Round 1 vs Sydney Roosters, won 26-16, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 2 vs North Sydney Bears, lost 18-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 36-10, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 4 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 14-28, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Balmain Tigers, lost 8-17, Leichhardt Oval
  • Round 6 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 10-38, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 7 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 0-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Bye
  • Round 9 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 8-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 6-28, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Canberra Raiders, won 32-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 28-24, Telstra Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 18-25, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Bye
  • Round 15 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 20-34, CUA Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 30-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 17 vs Balmain Tigers, won 22-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 22-46, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 16-24, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 20 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 20-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 20-16, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 14-16, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 23 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, won 32-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 40-14, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Newcastle Knights, won 42-0, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Western Suburbs Magpies, won 60-16, Campbelltown Sports Ground

2000[edit]

Further information: 2000 Auckland Warriors season
  • Round 1 vs Melbourne Storm, won 14-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Wests Tigers, lost 16-17, Leichhardt Oval
  • Round 3 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 10-28, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Newcastle Knights, draw 18-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 12-56, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 24-31, CUA Stadium
  • Round 7 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 8-36, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Sydney Roosters, won 26-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 22-24, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, draw 18-18, Telstra Stadium
  • Round 11 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 18-12, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 24-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Wests Tigers, lost 4-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 0-54, WIN Stadium[3]
  • Round 15 vs Northern Eagles, won 18-14, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 16 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 24-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 17 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 12-30, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 6-13, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 20-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 10-56, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 4-36, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 10-11, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 12-22, Toyota Park
  • Round 24 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 44-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 20-38, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 26 vs Northern Eagles, won 32-22, Mt Smart Stadium

2001[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 8-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Northern Eagles, won 24-16, Central Coast Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Wests Tigers, lost 10-29, Campbelltown Sports Ground
  • Round 4 vs St George Illwarra Dragons, won 34-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 24-30, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 13-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 24-45, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, draw 24-24, Westpac Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Penrith Panthers, won 52-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 16-26, Toyota Park
  • Round 11 vs Sydney Roosters, won 42-30, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 20-40, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 18-35, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Canberra Raiders, won 22-10, Manuka Oval
  • Round 15 vs Northern Eagles, lost 30-34, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Wests Tigers, lost 16-21, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 17 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 18-38, WIN Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Parramatta Eels, won 29-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 12-48, Carrara Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 30-37, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 34-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Penrith Panthers, won 48-32, CUA Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 30-0, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Sydney Roosters, won 14-8, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Melbourne Storm, draw 24-24, Telstra Dome
  • Round 26 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 18-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Parramatta Eels, lost 12-56, Parramatta Stadium

2002[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Bye
  • Round 2 vs Sydney Roosters, won 21-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 14-32, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 50-20, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Northern Eagles, won 68-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 20-28, Westpac Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Melbourne Storm, won 20-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Wests Tigers, won 36-14, Campbelltown Sports Ground
  • Round 9 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 25-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Newcastle Knights, won 34-12, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Melbourne Storm, won 28-12, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 42-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 34-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 46-10, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 15 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 22-32, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 26-16, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 17 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 24-36, Toyota Park
  • Round 18 vs Bye
  • Round 19 vs Parramatta Eels, won 26-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 30-38, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Penrith Panthers, won 38-24, CUA Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 22-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 18-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 0-44,Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Northern Eagles, lost 16-18, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 26 vs Wests Tigers, won 28-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Canberra Raiders, won 36-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week Two vs Bye
  • Finals Week Three vs Cronulla Sharks, won 16-10, Telstra Stadium
  • Grand Final vs Sydney Roosters, lost 8-30, Telstra Stadium

2003[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 26-36, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 24-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 20-16, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 4 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 38-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 32-12, Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre
  • Round 6 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 30-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 14-28, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 12-18, Westpac Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Parramatta Eels, won 18-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Bye
  • Round 11 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 10-18, Westpac Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 12-34, CUA Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 23-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 26-28, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Canberra Raiders, won 26-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 31-30 (a.e.t), Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 17 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 10-30, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 20-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 31-24, Toyota Park
  • Round 20 vs Bye
  • Round 21 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 12-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 22 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, won 30-20, Oki Jubilee Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 20-36, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 22-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Sydney Roosters, won 26-24, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Wests Tigers, won 32-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 48-22, Sydney Showground
  • Finals Week Two vs Canberra Raiders, won 17-16, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Finals Week Three vs Penrith Panthers, lost 20-28, Telstra Stadium

2004[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 20-28, Suncorp Stadium
  • Round 2 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 10-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 22-42, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 28-10, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 5 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 20-34, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 18-24, Westpac Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Bye
  • Round 8 vs Melbourne Storm, won 20-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 8-16, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 20-42, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 26-12, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 6-58, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Canberra Raiders, won 20-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Wests Tigers, lost 4-50, AMI Stadium
  • Round 15 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 26-28 (a.e.t), Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 6-42, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 17 vs Parramatta Eels, won 20-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 14-22, Toyota Park
  • Round 19 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 34-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 29-30 (a.e.t), Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Bye
  • Round 22 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 14-21, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 10-28, WIN Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 18-48, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 24-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 10-54, Mt Smart Stadium

2005[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 20-26, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 24-12, Suncorp Stadium
  • Round 3 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 22-32, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 46-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Wests Tigers, lost 6-24, AMI Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Newcastle Knights, won 30-26, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Bye
  • Round 8 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 14-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 24-28, Members Equity Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 6-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 34-16, North Sydney Oval
  • Round 12 vs Wests Tigers, won 21-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 18-32, WIN Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Melbourne Storm, won 24-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 18-28, Waikato Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 30-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 17 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 16-24, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 24-26, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Sydney Roosters, won 24-22, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Canberra Raiders, won 24-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 34-42, CUA Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 20-38, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 10-22, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 4-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 22-20, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 26 vs Bye

2006[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 16-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 14-22, Waikato Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Wests Tigers, won 26-10, AMI Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Newcastle Knights, won 26-22, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 8-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 14-18, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 7 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 46-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Canterbury Bulldogs lost 16-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Bye
  • Round 10 vs St George Illawarra, lost 16-22, WIN Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Wests Tigers, won 34-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 20-34, Toyota Park
  • Round 13 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 18-23, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Sydney Roosters, won 22-12, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Newcastle Knights, won 30-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 66-0, Telstra Stadium[4]
  • Round 17 vs Penrith Panthers, won 28-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 18-22 (a.e.t), Telstra Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 12-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Bye
  • Round 21 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 6-36, CUA Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 12-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 26-0, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Melbourne Storm, won 24-20, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Sydney Roosters, won 42-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 12-36, Suncorp Stadium

2007[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Parramatta Eels, won 34-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 24-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 12-30, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 10-13, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 5 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 34-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Bye
  • Round 7 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 18-16, Telstra Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 20-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 18-24, Energy Australia Stadium
  • Round 10 vs Wests Tigers, lost 26-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 6-30, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 20-40, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 2-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 12-2, Toyota Park
  • Round 15 vs Penrith Panthers, won 54-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Gold Coast Titans, won 22-6, Carrara Stadium
  • Round 17 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 12-18, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 18 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, won 44-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Wests Tigers, won 28-16, Campbelltown Sports Ground
  • Round 20 vs Newcastle Knights, won 52-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Sydney Roosters, draw 31-31 (a.e.t), Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Gold Coast Titans, won 30-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 24-26, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 36-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Penrith Panthers, won 24-20, CUA Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Parramatta Eels, lost 10-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week Two vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 12-49, Dairy Farmers Stadium

2008[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 18-32, Telstra Dome
  • Round 2 vs Parramatta Eels, won 30-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 6-52, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 4 vs Newcastle Knights, won 26-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 36-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 6 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 20-48, Dairy Farmers Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 24-36, Skilled Park
  • Round 8 vs Canberra Raiders, won 14-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Bye
  • Round 10 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 22-46, CUA Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Sydney Roosters, lost 12-38, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Newcastle Knights, won 18-16, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 13 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 28-35, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 8-24, Toyota Park
  • Round 15 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 14-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 16 vs Wests Tigers, won 28-26, Leichhardt Oval
  • Round 17 vs Bye
  • Round 18 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 24-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 40-22, ANZ Stadium
  • Round 20 vs Melbourne Storm, won 8-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 16-18, ANZ Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 16-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 18-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 6-34, WIN Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Penrith Panthers, won 42-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Parramatta Eels, won 28-6, Parramatta Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Melbourne Storm, won 18-15, Olympic Park Stadium
  • Finals Week Two vs Sydney Roosters, won 30-13, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Finals Week Three vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 6-32, Sydney Football Stadium

2009[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Parramatta Eels, won 26-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 2 vs Manly Sea Eagles, won 26-24, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 3 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 10-26, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 4 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 16-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Newcastle Knights, lost 22-24, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Sydney Roosters, won 17-16 (a.e.t), Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Melbourne Storm, draw 14-14 (a.e.t), Olympic Park Stadium
  • Round 8 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 11-12, WIN Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Bye
  • Round 10 vs North Queensland Cowboys, lost 12-34, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 12-38, Canberra Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Wests Tigers, won 14-0, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 13 vs Cronulla Sharks, lost 10-18, Toyota Park
  • Round 14 vs Newcastle Knights, won 13-0, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Bye
  • Round 16 vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 12-28, Skilled Park
  • Round 17 vs Brisbane Broncos, lost 14-28, Suncorp Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 14-18, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Sydney Roosters, won 30-24, Sydney Football Stadium
  • Round 20 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 4-29, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Penrith Panthers, draw 32-32 (a.e.t), CUA Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 10-30, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Parramatta Eels, lost 4-40, Parramatta Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Canberra Raiders, won 34-20, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 25 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, lost 20-40, ANZ Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 0-30, Mt Smart Stadium

2010[edit]

  • Round 1 vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 18-24, Skilled Park
  • Round 2 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 30-16, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 3 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 48-16, Suncorp Stadium
  • Round 4 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 6-14, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 5 vs Canterbury Bulldogs, won 30-24, ANZ Stadium
  • Round 6 vs Penrith Panthers, lost 12-40, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 7 vs Melbourne Storm, lost 6-40, Etihad Stadium
  • Round 8 vs Canberra Raiders, lost 16-23, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 9 vs Bye
  • Round 10 vs North Queensland Cowboys, won 24-12, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 11 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, won 26-24, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 12 vs Wests Tigers, lost 6-50, Campbelltown Sports Stadium
  • Round 13 vs St George Illawarra Dragons, lost 20-22, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 14 vs Newcastle Knights, won 32-24, EnergyAustralia Stadium
  • Round 15 vs Bye
  • Round 16 vs Sydney Roosters, won 20-18, AMI Stadium
  • Round 17 vs Parramatta Eels, won 35-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 18 vs Penrith Panthers, won 12-6, CUA Stadium
  • Round 19 vs Melbourne Storm, won 13-6, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 20 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, lost 28-38, ANZ Stadium
  • Round 21 vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 20-28, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 22 vs Cronulla Sharks, won 37-10, Toyota Stadium
  • Round 23 vs Newcastle Knights, won 22-10, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 24 vs Manly Sea Eagles, lost 16-19, Brookvale Oval
  • Round 25 vs Brisbane Broncos, won 36-4, Mt Smart Stadium
  • Round 26 vs Parramatta Eels, won 26-12, Parramatta Stadium
  • Finals Week One vs Gold Coast Titans, lost 16-28, Skilled Park

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Warriors were docked two competition points for using too many substitutes in this match. This ultimately cost them a place in the finals
  2. ^ All Super League clubs forfeited Round 1 of the season, except the Warriors who traveled to Brisbane with a team of players unsigned to Super League
  3. ^ This result stands as the Warriors largest defeat to date
  4. ^ This result stands as the Warriors largest victory to date