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Here is all you need to know about the New Zealand Warriors 2022 Telstra Premiership draw.

The Lowdown

Teams they play twice

Storm, Panthers, Rabbitohs, Titans, Sharks, Raiders, Dragons, Wests Tigers, Cowboys

Teams they play once

Sea Eagles, Roosters, Eels, Knights, Broncos, Bulldogs

Day-by-day breakdown

Thursday – 0, Friday – 7, Saturday – 12, Sunday – 4, Monday – 1

Opening month

A Sunshine Coast home game against the Dragons gets things underway for the Warriors before an away game just down the road against the Titans then a trip to face the Wests Tigers at Leichhardt. A home game against the Broncos at Redcliffe rounds out an opening month in which the Warriors need to cash in on games against some of last year's lower-finishing sides.

Top 10 tries for 2021: Warriors

Toughest stretch

Things ramp up in round six with a trip to face the Roosters at the SCG then the Storm in Melbourne. A home game against the Raiders in round eight is then followed by a trip to the Shire to meet the Sharks and a tough Magic Round clash against grand finalists South Sydney at Suncorp in round 10.

Make it count

Things ramp up in round six with a trip to face the Roosters at the SCG then the Storm in Melbourne. A home game against the Raiders in round eight is then followed by a trip to the Shire to meet the Sharks and a tough Magic Round clash against grand finalists South Sydney at Suncorp in round 10.

The best of Reece Walsh in 2021

Storyline to watch

Reece Walsh has the world at his feet after a sensational debut season with increased expectations come increased pressure. The Warriors whiz kid will find himself targted week in and week out and he also faces the additional scrutiny that comes with an off-field indiscretion. With the right support network and guidance Walsh can emerge a better player in 2022 and better for the experience of having to put his hand up and own his mistakes.