Player from rival clubs joined the Warriors to send Tuivasa-Sheck and Leeson Ah Mau off in fitting fashion.
The Warriors captain will return to New Zealand on Thursday after being granted an early release.
The new Warriors signing will miss up to eight weeks with a hamstring injury.
The NZ coaching great believes the All Blacks' end of year tour could be a bridge too far for the convert.
The utility back has already signalled his departure from the NRL club next season.
The 28-year-old's Warriors career is officially over.
Nathan Brown admits any faint hope of a top-eight finish has been extinguished by their rout at the hands of the Rabbitohs.
It marked the most points the Rabbitohs have ever scored against the NZ club.
All the action from the Sunshine Coast as the Warriors look for an unlikely win.
The Kiwis and Australia Kangaroos have already withdrawn from the tournament scheduled for October.
"We are very unhappy with this decision and we are not prepared to take it lying down."
The tournament is scheduled for England in October.
Meanwhile, centre Peta Hiku is poised for a surprise return from injury.
The Warriors have lost 12 games this season, including their last six in a row.
"Fans deserve the opportunity to see the best players performing on the world stage," says Eden Park chief executive Nick Sautner.
A new-look squad will take on the streaking South Sydney on Saturday.
The NZ Warriors wing doesn't foresee the tournament going ahead as planned later this year.
Any potential ban for Evans would be another blow for the injury-struck Warriors.
It could add to the growing list of absentees among the squad.
The pair both picked up serious injury concerns in the defeat to Penrith Panthers.