Kivi coaches will lead the international galaxy in the past and present, when Warriors will face Wests Tigers in their second NLR trial in Whangare in 2019 next March 2nd.
This will be a dual header event with Warriors and the Tigers also field their Super Premiership squads in the first game on the program.
Warriors and Northland Events Center Trust announced today, Nielsen will join the long-time former Kiwi chief coach Stephen Kearney and current national coach Michael Maguire.
Maguire, who has just completed a kivi test in England in the testing series, returns to the NRL with Tigers one year after the end of six seasons with southern Sydney from 2012-2017.
Alastair Wells, chair of the Northland Events Center Trust, said that two studies could give a huge impetus to the region.
"We are very pleased to host Warriors and Wests Tigers Northland on March 2," he said.
"This is a fantastic event in the Northland region. The games will be held on Saturday afternoon to allow a lot of travel time for anyone in Northland.
We would also like to see visitors from Auckland and further south to enjoy the event along with our wonderful Northland hospitality.
"The event will include entertainment before the game and many activities for children and young people, so make sure you've bought the tickets and come and support your team."
Kearney congratulated the two Warriors teams on Northland.
"As a club, we really enjoy playing anywhere in the country and giving local opportunities to see our players close," he said.
"This test will be really important so that we are our last rush before we start our season against the Bulldogs Mount Smart Stadium on March 16. It's the same for our ISP team."
As well as their Kiwi workout connection, Kearney and Maguire share Melbourne Storm links. They both trained their practice in the Storm under Craig Bellamy and then continued to co-operate with each other when Kearney was with Parramatta Eels and Maguire with Rabbitohs 2012.
The Whangare Games offer a huge chances for fans with the prospect that they display as many as 18 current or previous kiwi.
The Warriors are eight players from their 2019 team who traveled with English wands – Ken Maumalo, Peta Hike, Gerard Beale, Shaun Johnson, and Adela Blair, Agnatius Paasi and Isaiah Papali and new Leeson born and raised in Northland. signed by Ah Mau while they are also proud of Roger Tuivas-Sheck, Issac Luke and Tohu Harris, and Tonga internationals David Fusitu & Solomon Kata, who also played for kiwis.
Wests Tigers is the center of Esan Marsters from Kiwi in England, as well as former Kiwis Benji Marshall, Ben Matulino, Russell Packer and Elijah Taylor (who was educated by Herekino Far North). Other New Zealand-born players in the team are Michael Chee-Kam, Josh Aloy and Thomas Mikaele.
Also, if both teams are Whangarei for their NRL and ISP trials, Warriors will be outside and around this area by completing several community appearances that end on a day of play.
This will be the fourth time Warriors have a lawsuit in Whangarei. In 2011 and 2012, they spoke with New South Wales Cup and the UFO trial against Gold Coast Titans in 2016.