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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

Benji unsure what to expect against Tigers

by , 23 Jul 2014

Benji Marshall freely admits he doesn’t know what to expect, or how he will feel on Sunday when he comes up against his former beloved Wests Tigers for the first time. After agreeing to a code switch to Super Rugby’s Blues in Auckland last year, Marshall declared he would never play against the NRL club […]

Moses an old head on young shoulders

by , 21 Jul 2014

Even at the tender age of 19, Wests Tigers young gun Mitchell Moses says he does not feel out of place in the NRL. Moses starred for the Tigers in their 46-18 hammering of Canterbury at ANZ Stadium on Sunday. It was a performance which showed why the Tigers re-signed him to a four-year deal […]

Wests Tigers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores

Wests Tigers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores

by , 20 Jul 2014

The Wests Tigers meet the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Join The Roar for live scores from 3:00pm (AEST). Three wins on the trot see the Bulldogs placed third on the NRL ladder, but equal first on points. Just three wins behind them, but seven rungs on the ladder, sit the Tigers […]

Wests Tigers upset over Potter speculation

by , 18 Jul 2014

Wests Tigers boss Grant Mayer has moved to quell increasing speculation over the future of coach Mick Potter with a passionate letter to members of the NRL club. Eight rounds out from the end of the NRL regular season Potter remains unsigned for next year. The Tigers started the 2014 season well with impressive wins […]

The Tigers should persist with Chris Lawrence

by , 17 Jul 2014

There are rumours circulating that Chris Lawrence is headed to Canberra in 2015. How could the Tigers consider letting go of one of their favourite sons? At just 25, Lawrence has already amassed 143 games and 68 tries in nine seasons as a brilliant hole running centre. Lawrence has another decade of football remaining in […]

The Tigers should be looking in the mirror, not at Shayne Hayne

The Tigers should be looking in the mirror, not at Shayne Hayne

by , 16 Jul 2014

It was the biggest blunder of the season, a diabolical and inexplicable decision, according to the newspapers. The error cost the Tigers the game, while Mick Potter may lose his job thanks to the decision, according to The Daily Telegraph. Can we stop the hysteria for one minute and objectively look at what happened? Yes, […]

Moses out to prove he’s a tough Tiger

by , 16 Jul 2014

Mitchell Moses doesn’t lack skill and he certainly doesn’t lack confidence. And the Wests Tigers young gun is out to prove he’s also as tough as they come. That’s because at 80kg ringing wet, the one thing Moses does have in unusually short supply, is size. To put it in perspective, he’s nine kilograms lighter […]

Parallel seasons for the Eels and Tigers

Parallel seasons for the Eels and Tigers

by , 15 Jul 2014

The NRL’s top and tail seems relatively settled but it is in the middle third where the real intrigue lies. Among the most fascinating teams this year are last year’s bottom two. The Eels and Tigers find themselves in remarkably similar positions after Round 18. Both teams recorded six wins in the opening ten rounds […]

[VIDEO] Farah slams ‘arrogant’ ref Hayne

[VIDEO] Farah slams ‘arrogant’ ref Hayne

by , 12 Jul 2014

Wests Tigers skipper Robbie Farah has labelled leading NRL referee Shayne Hayne as ‘arrogant’ after he refused to refer a possible David Nofoaluma try to the video referees early in the joint venture’s 40-8 loss to Manly on Friday night. Nofoaluma looked to have touched the tryline with the Steeden in the third minute of […]

Foran steers Manly in Tigers thrashing

by , 12 Jul 2014

Kieran Foran engineered another Manly victory at Brookvale Oval on Friday, a 40-8 NRL demolition of the Wests Tigers. Foran scored two tries and threw the final pass for Clinton Gutherson’s 51st-minute try that put paid to any chance of a comeback from the joint venture, and was again instrumental in Daly Cherry-Evans’ final try […]


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