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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.

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Bulldogs see off wounded Tigers in NRL

Bulldogs see off wounded Tigers in NRL

by , 22 Aug 2014

Canterbury chalked up a second successive win to all but secure their place in the NRL finals but missed a big chance to crank up their for and against with a laboured 30-10 win over the injury-ravaged Wests Tigers. Thursday night’s loss was the fifth straight for the Tigers at a sparsely populated ANZ Stadium. […]

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 21 Aug 2014

MATCH RESULT: The Canterbury Bulldogs have kept their late season revival on track with a convincing 30-10 victory against the Wests Tigers in difficult conditions on Thursday night. FINAL SCORE: Bulldogs – 30 Tigers – 10 MATCH PREVIEW: Round 24 of the NRL kicks off with the Canterbury Bulldogs hosting the Wests Tigers at ANZ […]

I love Michael Potter, but he has to go

I love Michael Potter, but he has to go

by , 20 Aug 2014

In recent weeks, the media has ravaged the Wests Tigers and in particular their coach. While the scandal has now receded back into some form of serendipity, it is not without leaving sands of catastrophic damage. As a pro-Potter activist, I can tell you now he is as good as gone. Unfortunately has been placed […]

Sharks play for pride, Tigers shy from the spotlight

Sharks play for pride, Tigers shy from the spotlight

by , 18 Aug 2014

On Saturday night in the NRL I witnessed two games that finished with roughly the same score, but the games were completely different. We had the Storm versus Sharks and Roosters versus Tigers, and it’s fair to say both results were obvious to even most stubborn supporter. The thing that stood out for me was […]

Tigers season goes from bad to worse after Roosters Leichhardt thrashing

by , 16 Aug 2014

The Sydney Roosters flexed their attacking muscles in sizzling style at a rainswept Leichhardt Oval on Saturday, brushing aside a feeble Wests Tigers side 48-4. Seven days after going down 64-6 to North Queensland in Townsville, the injury-hit Tigers capitulated badly in the second half as the premiers ran in eight tries in 36 minutes […]

[VIDEO] Wests Tigers vs Sydney Roosters: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Wests Tigers vs Sydney Roosters: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 16 Aug 2014

MATCH RESULT: The Roosters have posted 40 points in the second half to demolish the Tigers side at Leichhardt Oval. The Roosters only led by 8 at halftime but finally went on with the job in the second half and tore the Tigers to shreds. Saturday night’s heavy defeat has now seen the Tigers side […]

Tigers playing for Potter’s coaching future

by , 14 Aug 2014

A straight-talking Wests Tigers side say they are playing for under-siege NRL coach Mick Potter’s career against premiers the Sydney Roosters at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday night. Backroom manoeuvrings already had Potter under pressure, however his tenure is balanced on a knife edge following last weekend’s 64-6 hiding at the hands of North Queensland in […]

Roosters brace for Tigers NRL bounceback

by , 13 Aug 2014

The Sydney Roosters are bracing for a Wests Tigers side desperate to atone for one of the NRL club’s worst days with victory at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday night. On the back of their 64-6 thumping at the hands of North Queensland in Townsville last week, the Tigers retreat to their spiritual home keen to […]

No surprises in the Wests Tigers fiasco

No surprises in the Wests Tigers fiasco

by , 12 Aug 2014

You can argue all day long over who is right and who is wrong in the Wests Tigers fiasco. However, despite the blow-ups, finger pointing and attempts from various media outlets to magnify the trouble, nothing has happened and none of the major players acted any differently to how we would expect them to act. […]

For the good of their clubs, Farah and Campese must Toddle on

For the good of their clubs, Farah and Campese must Toddle on

by , 11 Aug 2014

A ‘sapper’ is a player who saps the energy out of his own team, and Saturday night gave rugby league fans a rare insight into the full effect of the sapper, as two teams travelled far from home as underdogs against in-form sides. But first, a little background on how I came to learn about […]


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