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The Wests Tigers are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from Sydney's mid-western suburbs. They have competed in the National Rugby League since they were formed at the end of the 1999 season as a joint-venture club between the Balmain Tigers and the Western Suburbs Magpies.

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Wests Tigers v Titans: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Schich Hydro preview: Wests Tigers v Titans
Campbelltown Stadium
Friday, 7.50pm

This is our house

These are my people, listen, this is my town

These words, penned by renowned poet Jon Bon Jovi in 2010, should resonate with both of these teams this week.

You see, the last time the Titans came to the 'Town they left with the two competition points and on course for a finals berth on the back of a former son of Campbelltown, Jarryd Hayne, kicking the match-winning field goal in the final minute of the game and proclaiming the house as is own.

It would be a golden opportunity the Tigers would come to rue just a month later when they finished a point behind the Titans in ninth spot at the end of the regular season.

Since that game the coach has received his eviction notice, one tenant broke his lease early and two others have indicated they won't be residents once this season is completed,...


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Running through coaches, star players leaving, six straight defeats — Tigers out of people to blame - dailytelegraph.com.au

WESTS Tigers have run out of people to blame.

They’ve gone through Tim Sheens, Mick Potter, Robbie Farah and Jason Taylor in recent years. This season they sacked Taylor after just three rounds to bring in Ivan Cleary.

At the time chief executive Justin Pascoe told us Cleary was the man to take the club forward. The Tigers are still going backwards.

They now sit last on the NRL ladder, right below the Newcastle Knights.

Wests Tigers’ journey to the bottom of the ladder has been years in the making.

At the start of 2015 club chair Marina Go was the face of a strategic plan that pledged this team would develop into a top-four outfit by 2017. But if the Tigers don’t beat Gold Coast on Thursday night, they will be taking on the Knights in what will be essentially the battle for the wooden spoon next week.

The question fans should be asking is if anyone in power will ever accept...


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Tumour survivor Matt Eisenhuth puts aside firefighting dream to chase new Wests Tigers NRL deal - dailytelegraph.com.au

MATT Eisenhuth has beaten a tumour in his leg to make a triumphant rise to the NRL ranks, now he’ll put aside plans of becoming a firefighter to earn a new contract with the Wests Tigers.

Eisenhuth ended three years of uncertainty and frustration on Saturday night when he made his NRL debut with the Tigers.

The former Parramatta and Penrith lower-grader didn’t get a win in his maiden top-grade outing, but it mattered little in the end.

Matt Eisenhuth is tackled during his NRL debut for the Wests Tigers against Cronulla at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Picture: Getty Images

After overcoming two shoulder reconstructions and the discovery of a benign tumour in his leg, which came with doctor’s warnings he may never don the boots again, Eisenhuth was just grateful to be playing.

It’s why the 24-year-old will place his firefighter aspirations on hold to secure a new deal with the...


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Wests Tigers hooker Matt Ballin announces NRL retirement - Fox Sports

VETERAN hooker Matt Ballin has announced his immediate retirement from the NRL.

The 33-year-old has been restricted to three games over the past two seasons for the Wests Tigers because of back-to-back knee injuries.

He played in two grand final victories with Manly in 2008 and 2011 and played one State of Origin for Queensland as well as 220 first grade matches.

“I never thought I’d play in the NRL, I never thought I’d accomplish that,” said Ballin.

“To do that at the Sea Eagles was one of the first steps in a long career that I’ve been very lucky to have. Just playing first-grade was a massive accomplishment for me and something I’d always wanted to do since I was a young kid.


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Rugby star sister inspires Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama to ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

IT’S 5.30am, the sun hasn’t risen and Sera Naiqama sets off for the day.

With a bag and towel in hand, Sera heads to the gym to hone her fitness for weekend rugby union before going to work as a receptionist.

She doesn’t get paid to play backrow for Sydney University but she is driven by the love of the game and a dream to one day play for her country.

It’s commitment that doesn’t go unnoticed by Sera’s big brother and house mate, Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama.

He may be still in bed, but the thought of his sister chasing her goals has inspired Naiqama to think about life after footy so he’s starting a carpentry apprenticeship with Pitching Point Constructions.

On top of his full-time duties at the Tigers, the Fijian flyer dedicates three days a week to attend a TAFE course and complete on-site work on his day off.

Naiqama, who is off-contract and doesn’t have a deal for next...


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Luke Brooks fires back at criticism from Phil Gould | Daily Telegraph - dailytelegraph.com.au

LUKE Brooks is first to admit he isn’t playing his best football, but he has a resounding message for the critics suggesting he isn’t taking his football seriously enough.

After three weeks on the sideline with a hamstring injury, Brooks says he is still trying to find his form and fitness in a struggling Wests Tigers outfit.

He produced a disappointing display in the Tigers’ 26-14 loss to the Gold Coast last Friday, prompting Channel 9 commentator Phil Gould to deliver a scathing critique.

Gould called on the young half to “take a hard look at himself”, while he suggested someone should sit down with him to ask how seriously he wanted to be a footballer.

Brooks didn’t hear Gould’s spray because he was in the sheds post-match, but said the criticism will inspire him to reach greater heights.

“It does motivate you a little bit,” Brooks told The Daily Telegraph.

“To be honest I...


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Read more: Luke Brooks fires back at criticism from Phil Gould | Daily Telegraph - dailytelegraph.com.au

Media Watch: Connor Watson signs big deal with Wests Tigers, according to report - Fox Sports

A ROOSTERS young gun has reportedly signed a big-money deal with a rival Sydney club from next year.

And Kevin Walters discusses the chances of Daly Cherry-Evans returning to the Queensland side for Origin III.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

YOUNG CHOOK TO JOIN TIGERS

Channel Seven has reported young utility playmaker Connor Watson will cut his Roosters contract short to join Wests Tigers from 2018.

Foxsports.com.au’s Market Watch reported earlier this month the Tigers were leading the race to Watson’s sought-after signature.

Channel Seven says the young gun met with Tigers coach Ivan Cleary recently and has agreed to a deal worth $500,000 a season.

The Tigers have also reportedly promised Watson the fullback role left vacant by James Tedesco next year.

Connor Watson in action for the Roosters.Connor Watson in action for the Roosters.Source: News Corp Australia

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Shifting reality as Wests Tigers' pitch to Tui Lolohea goes up in smoke with Connor Watson arrival - Fox Sports

“IVAN had that specific pathway for me and told me the opportunity was mine if I wanted it, and I had to grab it.’’

Just a month later, the “pathway” that sold the Wests Tigers to talented 22-year-old Tuimoala Lolohea might just have been blown up.

In-demand Roosters young gun Connor Watson looks set to be announced as the latest signing in a blitz to rebuild a club flattened by its failure to get its three best players — Aaron Woods, James Tedesco and Mitchell Moses — to stay long-term.

The Auckland Nines player of the tournament has been lured on a contract reported to be as lucrative as $600,000-a-season, with Watson to play fullback in a revamped spine that will also include Josh Reynolds, Luke Brooks and promising young hooker Jacob Liddle.

Imagine the shock for Lolohea, who was in Watson’s shoes, languishing between the bench and reserve grade at the Warriors before Ivan...


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NRL warns clubs there will be no more financial bailouts | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • KENT: Why the NRL must expand or die

THE embattled Wests Tigers have emerged as the club most vulnerable to extinction, according to rugby league fans.

In an exclusive The Daily Telegraph reader poll of more than 12,500 fans, a stunning 80 per cent believe at least one Sydney club should be culled.

Almost 40 per cent of respondents believe the Tigers should be the club cut from the competition as fears grow that Sydney can no longer sustain nine teams.

The NRL has already put struggling clubs on notice, warning there will be no more financial bailouts to save sides from extinction.

South Sydney chairman Nick Pappas confirmed the NRL hadn’t discussed the hard-line stance of selectively culling one of the 16 teams itself, fearing a Rabbitohs-style backlash.

Having been part of the legal battle to have the Rabbitohs reinstated into the competition in 2002 following a two-year...


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Read more: NRL warns clubs there will be no more financial bailouts | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

Wests Tigers v Titans: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Schich Hydro preview: Wests Tigers v Titans
Campbelltown Stadium
Friday, 7.50pm

This is our house

These are my people, listen, this is my town

These words, penned by renowned poet Jon Bon Jovi in 2010, should resonate with both of these teams this week.

You see, the last time the Titans came to the 'Town they left with the two competition points and on course for a finals berth on the back of a former son of Campbelltown, Jarryd Hayne, kicking the match-winning field goal in the final minute of the game and proclaiming the house as is own.

It would be a golden opportunity the Tigers would come to rue just a month later when they finished a point behind the Titans in ninth spot at the end of the regular season.

Since that game the coach has received his eviction notice, one tenant broke his lease early and two others have indicated they won't be residents once this season is completed,...


Read full article on NRL GN WestTigers


Read more: Wests Tigers v Titans: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Wests Tigers news: Club in crisis have no one left to blame | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

WESTS Tigers have run out of people to blame.

They’ve gone through Tim Sheens, Mick Potter, Robbie Farah and Jason Taylor in recent years. This season they sacked Taylor after just three rounds to bring in Ivan Cleary.

At the time chief executive Justin Pascoe told us Cleary was the man to take the club forward. The Tigers are still going backwards.

They now sit last on the NRL ladder, right below the Newcastle Knights.

Wests Tigers’ journey to the bottom of the ladder has been years in the making.

At the start of 2015 club chair Marina Go was the face of a strategic plan that pledged this team would develop into a top-four outfit by 2017. But if the Tigers don’t beat Gold Coast on Thursday night, they will be taking on the Knights in what will be essentially the battle for the wooden spoon next week.

The question fans should be asking is if anyone in power will ever accept...


Read full article on NRL GN WestTigers


Read more: Wests Tigers news: Club in crisis have no one left to blame | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

Matt Eisenhuth overcomes tumour, chasing Wests Tigers NRL deal ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

MATT Eisenhuth has beaten a tumour in his leg to make a triumphant rise to the NRL ranks, now he’ll put aside plans of becoming a firefighter to earn a new contract with the Wests Tigers.

Eisenhuth ended three years of uncertainty and frustration on Saturday night when he made his NRL debut with the Tigers.

The former Parramatta and Penrith lower-grader didn’t get a win in his maiden top-grade outing, but it mattered little in the end.

Matt Eisenhuth is tackled during his NRL debut for the Wests Tigers against Cronulla at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Picture: Getty Images

After overcoming two shoulder reconstructions and the discovery of a benign tumour in his leg, which came with doctor’s warnings he may never don the boots again, Eisenhuth was just grateful to be playing.

It’s why the 24-year-old will place his firefighter aspirations on hold to secure a new deal with the...


Read full article on NRL GN WestTigers


Read more: Matt Eisenhuth overcomes tumour, chasing Wests Tigers NRL deal ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

Rugby star sister inspires Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama to ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

IT’S 5.30am, the sun hasn’t risen and Sera Naiqama sets off for the day.

With a bag and towel in hand, Sera heads to the gym to hone her fitness for weekend rugby union before going to work as a receptionist.

She doesn’t get paid to play backrow for Sydney University but she is driven by the love of the game and a dream to one day play for her country.

It’s commitment that doesn’t go unnoticed by Sera’s big brother and house mate, Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama.

He may be still in bed, but the thought of his sister chasing her goals has inspired Naiqama to think about life after footy so he’s starting a carpentry apprenticeship with Pitching Point Constructions.

On top of his full-time duties at the Tigers, the Fijian flyer dedicates three days a week to attend a TAFE course and complete on-site work on his day off.

Naiqama, who is off-contract and doesn’t have a deal for next...


Read full article on NRL GN WestTigers


Read more: Rugby star sister inspires Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama to ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

Luke Brooks fires back at criticism from Phil Gould | Daily Telegraph - dailytelegraph.com.au

LUKE Brooks is first to admit he isn’t playing his best football, but he has a resounding message for the critics suggesting he isn’t taking his football seriously enough.

After three weeks on the sideline with a hamstring injury, Brooks says he is still trying to find his form and fitness in a struggling Wests Tigers outfit.

He produced a disappointing display in the Tigers’ 26-14 loss to the Gold Coast last Friday, prompting Channel 9 commentator Phil Gould to deliver a scathing critique.

Gould called on the young half to “take a hard look at himself”, while he suggested someone should sit down with him to ask how seriously he wanted to be a footballer.

Brooks didn’t hear Gould’s spray because he was in the sheds post-match, but said the criticism will inspire him to reach greater heights.

“It does motivate you a little bit,” Brooks told The Daily Telegraph.

“To be honest I...


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Read more: Luke Brooks fires back at criticism from Phil Gould | Daily Telegraph - dailytelegraph.com.au

Wests Tigers hooker Matt Ballin announces NRL retirement - Fox Sports

VETERAN hooker Matt Ballin has announced his immediate retirement from the NRL.

The 33-year-old has been restricted to three games over the past two seasons for the Wests Tigers because of back-to-back knee injuries.

He played in two grand final victories with Manly in 2008 and 2011 and played one State of Origin for Queensland as well as 220 first grade matches.

“I never thought I’d play in the NRL, I never thought I’d accomplish that,” said Ballin.

“To do that at the Sea Eagles was one of the first steps in a long career that I’ve been very lucky to have. Just playing first-grade was a massive accomplishment for me and something I’d always wanted to do since I was a young kid.


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Read more: Wests Tigers hooker Matt Ballin announces NRL retirement - Fox Sports

NRL warns clubs there will be no more financial bailouts | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • KENT: Why the NRL must expand or die

THE embattled Wests Tigers have emerged as the club most vulnerable to extinction, according to rugby league fans.

In an exclusive The Daily Telegraph reader poll of more than 12,500 fans, a stunning 80 per cent believe at least one Sydney club should be culled.

Almost 40 per cent of respondents believe the Tigers should be the club cut from the competition as fears grow that Sydney can no longer sustain nine teams.

The NRL has already put struggling clubs on notice, warning there will be no more financial bailouts to save sides from extinction.

South Sydney chairman Nick Pappas confirmed the NRL hadn’t discussed the hard-line stance of selectively culling one of the 16 teams itself, fearing a Rabbitohs-style backlash.

Having been part of the legal battle to have the Rabbitohs reinstated into the competition in 2002 following a two-year...


Read full article on NRL GN WestTigers


Read more: NRL warns clubs there will be no more financial bailouts | Daily ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

Media Watch: Connor Watson signs big deal with Wests Tigers, according to report - Fox Sports

A ROOSTERS young gun has reportedly signed a big-money deal with a rival Sydney club from next year.

And Kevin Walters discusses the chances of Daly Cherry-Evans returning to the Queensland side for Origin III.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

YOUNG CHOOK TO JOIN TIGERS

Channel Seven has reported young utility playmaker Connor Watson will cut his Roosters contract short to join Wests Tigers from 2018.

Foxsports.com.au’s Market Watch reported earlier this month the Tigers were leading the race to Watson’s sought-after signature.

Channel Seven says the young gun met with Tigers coach Ivan Cleary recently and has agreed to a deal worth $500,000 a season.

The Tigers have also reportedly promised Watson the fullback role left vacant by James Tedesco next year.

Connor Watson in action for the Roosters.Connor Watson in action for the Roosters.Source: News Corp Australia

KEVVY REVEALS DCE’S CHANCES

Kevin Walters...


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Read more: Media Watch: Connor Watson signs big deal with Wests Tigers, according to report - Fox Sports

Wests Tigers to beat Newcastle in race for Sydney Roosters utility Connor Watson says The Mole - Wide World of Sports

Tigers to win race for Watson

The game’s new big spenders - Wests Tigers - are set to gazump Newcastle to sign classy Roosters rookie Connor Watson for next season.

The Knights have been quietly confident for weeks that they had Watson under lock and key with a handsome $350,000 a season offer for three years.

But the Tigers have jumped in with a late bid worth close to $600,000 a year - a stunning amount for a kid with less than 30 NRL games to his name.

With Mitchell Moses leaving the club recently and new boy Tui Lolohea out of his depth at five-eighth, the Tigers see Watson as the man to fill the key number six jumper.

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The Tigers, without Aaron Woods and James Tedesco, have had their hearts broken by Cronulla after Melbourne's young guns stood tall against the Cowboys.

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Croft beats Cowboys as Storm young guns shine

The future of the Melbourne Storm looks in good hands after second-gamer Brodie Croft booted them to a 23-22 win over North Queensland in extra time at AAMI Park.

With Melbourne's big three of Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater — plus Will Chambers and Tim Glasby — on State Of Origin duty, it was left to the next generation to lead the team against the Cowboys.

Brodie Croft kicks the game-winning field goal

After a scrappy first half, Cameron Munster (22), Croft (19) and fellow second-gamer Brandon Smith (21) looked in control as the Storm eked out a...


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Wests Tigers coach Ivan Cleary says NRL club's recruitment drive isn't over - dailytelegraph.com.au

WESTS Tigers coach Ivan Cleary says the club’s recruitment drive isn’t finished as he looks to rebuild the troubled joint-venture franchise.

The Tigers have been linked to a number of players for next season, including Roosters utility Connor Watson and Western Force outside back Curtis Rona.

The ex-Warriors and Penrith mentor has already lured Josh Reynolds, Ben Matulino, Russell Packer and Chris McQueen to the club from next season.

As he prepares for Saturday’s must-win clash against Cronulla, Cleary confirmed the Tigers are still on the lookout for players.

Ben Matulino is the Tigers prize recruit for next season.

“We are similar to a lot of other clubs and we’ve still got a few positions to fill,” Cleary said.

“It has slowed down a bit from the first few weeks, but we’ve got a couple more (signings) to go.

“And there are a few guys playing at the moment that we need to sort...


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Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764


 

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4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
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7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
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