Has anyone heard of the Warriors preseason schedule? I have heard a couple a times now a pre-season game in Dunedin mentioned. from the article below it might be gaining momentum. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sp...udent-party-town/story-e6frexp0-1226476777022 BRISBANE Broncos players may have to dodge toga parties, burning couches and student riots next February, with the club negotiating to play a trial against New Zealand Warriors in university town Dunedin. Broncos commercial operations manager Terry Reader travelled to the city at the bottom of New Zealand's South Island recently to hold talks with management of the 30,000-seat Forsyth Barr Stadium, which was rebuilt for the Rugby World Cup and has a transparent roof. The game could be part of a double-header with a Super Rugby trial featuring Otago Highlanders. It is likely to be played during Dunedin's orientation week, when thousands of students descend on the city to begin the university year and hold street parties. In one incident during this year's orientation week, 80 people were treated by emergency services and 15 arrested after a street party spiralled out of control. A Broncos trial would be expected to sell out, given the large student presence and the fact it would be the first time NRL teams have visited. Broncos chief executive Paul White said talks were continuing. "We have spoken to the Warriors and officials from the stadium but no deal is done," he said. Dunedin has been mooted as a possible venue for a league Test but Auckland's Eden Park was chosen as it had a greater capacity. The city is a staunch rugby union stronghold, with former All Black and Warrior Marc Ellis its only league product. The area has produced a host of All Blacks including Anton Oliver, Taine Randell and dual sport international Jeff Wilson who also represented his country on the cricket pitch. Last season the Broncos played a trial match in Hobart against Melbourne, which attracted a crowd larger than an AFL trial two weeks later. The game became controversial after Storm player Ryan Hoffman was hit high by Petero Civoniceva. Storm coach Craig Bellamy complained about the tackle post match and his club provided the NRL with video evidence which saw Civoniceva eventually rubbed out for the Broncos' opening round NRL match. Meanwhile Canterbury lock David Stagg is preparing for both an NRL preliminary final and a career after football, as the former Bronco's future remains in limbo. Stagg, uncontracted for next season, may be pushed out if salary-cap restrictions come into play. He says he's preparing himself for a return home to Queensland if the Dogs don't find a place for him. "(I'm) realising I'm closer to the end and we're preparing ourselves as best we can. You get to a point and you've got to think about it (life after football)," said the 28-year-old, who has a diploma in civil engineering and is completing a certificate in construction project management. "As much as I've enjoyed my time down here - it's been four years. When I do retire it'll be time to head back to the Sunshine State."