The 1994 jersey was released in anticipation of the Warriors joining the ARL competition the following year. Because the competition was still being run by New South Wales Rugby League these jerseys would feature their badges on the right breast. This is the only difference between the 1994 and 1995 jerseys.
- Jersey Name:
- 1994 Home Jersey
- Year/s Jersey Active:
- Jersey Type:
- First Grade Home
- Jersey Supplier:
- Main Jersey Sponsor:
- DB Bitter
- Sleeve Sponsor:
- No sponsor
CHECK THROUGH THE IMAGE GALLERY OF THIS POST TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES AVAILABLE
OFFICIAL REPLICA - Made by Canterbury Clothing CCC. Everyting on the jersey was sublaminated on polyester with only the collar being made of cotton.
You will see this jersey on internet auction sites now and then and they dont usually get more interest then the 1995 jersey.
REPLICA VARIATIONS - Up until 1999 the ARL/NRL owned the manufacturing rights to teams jerseys and would sell licences to producers. Only variation Im aware of is made by Lenco. They would have their logo on top of the NSWRL badge as well as on the sleeves.
Rarity and value is no different to the official replica...