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Wests Tigers

Wests TigersWith the merging of the Balmain Tigers and the Western Suburbs Magpies, the Wests Tigers were admitted to the NRL in 2000. It took only five seasons for the newly established Tigers outfit to register its first premiership in 2005, when Benji Marshall and Scott Prince led Wests to a memorable Grand Final victory over the Nth Qld Cowboys.

Wests Tigers Articles

I want to be a Tiger for life: Sironen

by , 25 Apr 2014

Curtis Sironen has declared he wants to play out his career as a one-club man at the Wests Tigers after committing to the joint venture for three more years on Thursday. The tough utility has signed on with the Tigers until the end of the 2017 NRL season, joining a host of other talented youngsters […]

Wests Tigers vs Gold Coast Titans: preview, video

Wests Tigers vs Gold Coast Titans: preview, video

by , 24 Apr 2014 Video

Sunday afternoon sees the 2nd placed Wests Tigers come up against the 4th placed Gold Coast Titans at Leichardt Oval. The Tigers and Titans last met in Round 2 of this season with the Tigers dominating the Titans coming out 30-point winners. Both clubs have had terrific starts to the 2014 season, surprising many pundits […]

Benji should Marshall the Cowboys

Benji should Marshall the Cowboys

by , 24 Apr 2014

Benji Marshall is returning to the NRL, but as of yet we do not know what club he will be playing for. Which brings up a good question – what team would receive the greater benefits of having a player of Marshall’s calibre? I believe the North Queensland Cowboys would be best suited to accommodate […]

Eels, Tigers make a strong case for games at ANZ (sometimes)

Eels, Tigers make a strong case for games at ANZ (sometimes)

by , 23 Apr 2014

Well done if you were one of the 50,668 fans at the game between the Wests Tigers and Parramatta Eels. I was proud to be part of such a passionate and energetic crowd, in one of the best atmospheres I’ve ever experienced. Rather than focusing on the result, I want to express my delight at […]

Potter salutes his Tiger cubs

by , 22 Apr 2014 Video

Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter says his young side’s 21-18 win over Parramatta without inspirational skipper Robbie Farah on Monday was a huge step forward in their development. A halfback masterclass from 19-year-old Luke Brooks, who kicked the go-ahead field goal three minutes from fulltime – having earlier scored a runaway try – was the […]

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Wests Tigers: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Wests Tigers: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

by , 21 Apr 2014 Popular article! Video

GAME SUMMARY FULL-TIME: Eels 18 – Tigers 21 Great game between two exciting football sides in front of a 50,000-plus crowd – lived up to expectations! In the end Parra scored 4 tries to the Tigers’ 3, goalkicking proving the difference. Two of those Tigers’ tries were from loose balls and intercepts, so the Eels […]

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Wests Tigers: preview

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Wests Tigers: preview

by , 20 Apr 2014 Video

Here is confirmation that it is indeed a funny old game. Last year’s worst two sides will line up in what looms as the match of the round. Hell didn’t freeze over and pigs didn’t fly but wooden spooners for the past two seasons Parramatta did down defending champions the Roosters last round. Yet the […]

‘Blocker’ Roach inspires Wests Tigers pack

by , 17 Apr 2014

Steve Roach brings himself close to tears with his pep talks, but his mere presence has some at the Wests Tigers scared into submission. The Balmain legend’s arrival as the club’s forwards coach in 2014 seems to have injected some bite back into what was a toothless pack last NRL season when they finished second-last. […]

2014 NRL season: Round 7 preview

2014 NRL season: Round 7 preview

by , 16 Apr 2014

The Gold Coast Titans still lead the NRL, despite a negative points differential of -5, while last year’s bottom two teams, the Wests Tigers and Parramatta, sit third and fifth respectively ahead of their Easter Monday showdown. Wests Tigers versus Eels Who would have thought the worst two teams last year would both be in […]

Campbelltown crowd figure is a blight on the Tigers, not their fans

Campbelltown crowd figure is a blight on the Tigers, not their fans

by , 15 Apr 2014

The writing was on the wall for Campbelltown Stadium long before the Wests Tigers took the field against the North Queensland Cowboys on Saturday night. A disappointing crowd of just 6456 turned up for the match, guaranteeing one of rugby league’s great anomalies would continue to grab headlines. A week earlier a tick over 16,000 […]


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