Patrick Sills Roar Pro

Patrick Sills

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About

Wests Tigers fan and David Nofoaluma enthusiast. Love everything to do with rugby league. Long time struggling Newcastle United supporter.

Member Since:
 
June 2016
Based In:
 
Blacktown
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The grass is greener across the Tasman for Lolohea

The grass is greener across the Tasman for Lolohea

29 Mar 2017

After being dropped to the Warriors ISP side in favour of reserve-grade specialist Blake Ayshford, I believe the final nail is in the coffin for Tui Lolohea’s career in New Zealand.

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 4

Your club's transfer performance rating: Part 4

28 Feb 2017

In the week leading up to the first NRL game of the season, I bring you the final instalment of your club’s transfer performance rating.

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 3

Your club's transfer performance rating: Part 3

14 Feb 2017

After a long off-season break, its finally time to get back into the swing of things. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 for your club’s transfer performance rating.

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 2

Your club's transfer performance rating: Part 2

10 Dec 2016

There may be precious little action on the park, but there’s plenty going on off it ahead of next season. Here is the second part looking at your club’s transfer performance rating.

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 1

Your club's transfer performance rating: Part 1

7 Dec 2016

The end of the year draws nearer and nearer, we are getting closer to the promised land of the NRL season every day.

Self-belief will drive young Tigers to a finals spot

Self-belief will drive young Tigers to a finals spot

29 Nov 2016

Since their 2011 semi-final loss to the New Zealand Warriors, the Wests Tigers have not played in finals football. They have only played in two finals series since their fairytale premiership in 2005.