They have the fewest squad changes of any Intrust Super Premiership NSW club and incoming coach Ricky Henry will be hoping for similar consistency on the field this year.
At their best, the Warriors were destructive in the 2016 season, performing best at home as can be expected of the trans-Tasman club. They failed to progress pass the semi-finals, however, with significant travel one possible reason that they didn't go as far as they would have liked. This year, Henry takes charge under new NRL head coach Stephen Kearney, with hopes to use a sizable pack, quality playmakers and talented young local products to their advantage. Henry has named his 13 players likely to take the field in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW in 2017.