Kiwi rookies Kodi Nikorima and Tuimoala Lolohea could be thrust into Test football as starting halves for New Zealand's upcoming tour of England.
NRL.com counts down the top 10 veterans and rookies who delivered more in 2015 for their respective teams than perhaps any of us thought was possible.
Kiwis and Warriors captain Simon Mannering has been ruled out of New Zealand's coming tour to England on medical grounds.
Experienced halfback Jeff Robson has signed a one-year deal with the Warriors for the 2016 season.
The Panthers have advanced to their second Holden Cup grand final in three years with a commanding 50-16 win over defending premiers the Warriors.
Warriors forward Sebastine Ikahihifo is on his way to the Dragons, signing a two-year deal starting in 2016.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck says he's had plenty of second thoughts about his decision to leave the Roosters, but the poor form of the Warriors wasn't a reason why.
Warriors NYC coach Kelvin Wright says his side is building momentum at the right time of the season ahead of a Preliminary Final showdown against Penrith.
The Warriors are on track to defend their NYC title, downing the Broncos at 1300SMILES Stadium on Saturday night.
Blake Ayshford, who's made only a handful of NRL appearances in the Sharks' 2015 campaign, is heading to the Warriors in 2016.