Selfies and signatures were dished out by the dozen at Scully Park on Sunday evening after the New Zealand Warriors were put through their paces on the training paddock.
Rugby league fans flocked to the ground to watch the two-hour open training session before the crowd had the chance to meet the Warriors who happily posed for photos and signed whatever the fans had on offer.
Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck said it was awesome to see fans turn out on Sunday.
"We keep saying how much we love the town of Tamworth and last time we couldn't get out but now it's been awesome to come out. Firstly with that Newcastle game and now we're doing it more and giving back to the community that looked after us," Tuivasa-Sheck said.
"Being back here, being able to go out, see the people, see the town more - we're pretty lucky,"
The Warriors have been in Tamworth since January 3 for a month-long camp before they relocate to Terrigal ahead of their opening round clash.