by Lachlan Bickley, 9 Feb 2016
Yesterday we covered last year’s wooden spooners the Newcastle Knights, and today we’re looking at the Wests Tigers’ hopes in 2016.
by shanebrien, 1 Feb 2016
Have we ever had an off-season that provided as many headlines as this one? There were the internal rumblings at the Wests Tigers that dragged on for months, Dave Smith stepping down as CEO, and perhaps the biggest of them all was Mitch Pearce having a dog’s day out.
by Riley Pettigrew, 20 Jan 2016
After a fallout between Robbie Farah and coach Jason Taylor, the Wests Tigers will be hoping to resolve problems and end the finals hoodoo that has haunted them since 2012.
by Jack Aubrey, 13 Jan 2016
The fans of western Sydney NRL teams have had a hard time in recent seasons.
by Mr X, 12 Jan 2016
After a woman disguised in an assortment of loose chiffon fabric foretold the impending doom or vibrant success of 16 NRL clubs, it is time to hear the predictions of the competition’s next four clubs.
by The Roar, 8 Jan 2016
The Wests Tigers have bolstered their forward stocks for 2016, signing Tim Grant from the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
by Walter Penninger, 7 Jan 2016
Though the 2016 NRL season is still a few months away, it appears as though the game’s most ignominious prize is set to be battled out between three clubs.
by ScottWoodward.me, 29 Dec 2015
Wests Tiger Robbie Farah has gone from being the club’s 900k captain and hooker to being told he has to play in the NSW Cup if he stays.
by The Roar, 16 Dec 2015
Robbie Farah will play his football in 2016 at… the Wests Tigers.
by S T Ruggling, 3 Dec 2015
Robbie Farah has been offered a lifetime contract at the Wests Tigers after initially being told he was no longer wanted at the club after 2015.