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On Saturday morning the club confirmed they had shelved plans to return home next month.
The Warriors' plans of returning home in early April have been scrapped.
The Warriors' hit-out against the Titans, which ended in a 12-12 draw, felt important.
The Kiwis didn't play at all in 2020, due to the border restrictions imposed by Covid-19.
Good news follows bad as Warriors latest player deal progressing well.
Sam Burgess allegedly returned a positive result for cocaine in a road side drug test.
It's the latest in a string of undesirable off-field incidents for the club.
Tuivasa-Sheck's departure has cleared a mammoth $1.1m per year on the club's salary cap.
Opinion: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has always had impeccable timing – on and off the field.
Michael Burgess examines how it could have all been so different for RTS at Mt Smart.
Tuivasa-Sheck has long been rumoured to make a code switch. That will happen in 2022.
Cameron George says the decision is based on football, not culture.
Former cross-code star predicts RTS will be unqualified success in rugby.
The well-known larrakin bombarded Folau in his new team's WhatsApp group.
It's another honour for Hireme-Smiler, whose international career lasted 18 seasons.
Nathan Brown has been accused of 'ignorance' after a move he himself admits was 'selfish'.
The other point to make loud and clear is that rugby did not go after Roger.
Israel Folau will need to agree to guidelines regarding his public comments.
Wally Lewis acknowledges the "pain and upset" his family has endured.
OPINION: The worst-possible scenario for the club has come true.
Cameron George said the Warriors were dealing with continual uncertainty.
OPINION: The guy you wanted most to rely on turned out to be the guy you can't rely on.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has confirmed he will leave the New Zealand Warriors for rugby.