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New captain: Moses to lead the way for Wests Tigers

He’s only been at the club for half a season but now Moses Mbye has been made Wests Tigers captain for the 2019 NRL season. Mbye, 25, joined the club midway through the 2018 season and was one of the few positives of another disappointing season without finals footy. Having played 103 first grade games… Read more »

Wests Tigers have confirmed they will play three NRL matches at Campbelltown Sports Ground each season for the next two years.

Two more years: Wests Tigers to play three NRL matches at Campbelltown

Wests Tigers have confirmed the club’s commitment to its suburban grounds for at least the coming two seasons. The club will play three games at both Campbelltown Sports Stadium and Leichhardt Oval in 2019, and at least three at both venues in 2020. The new agreements with Campbelltown City Council and Inner West Council ensure… Read more »

Wests Tigers at training earlier today.

Cleary names his side for one last time in 2018

Wests Tigers head coach Ivan Cleary has just named his 21-man squad for the final time in 2018. Cleary’s men will take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium this Thursday night knowing their season is over after wins by the Broncos and Warriors last weekend. And while the players will be able to have a… Read more »

Chris Lawrence returns from injury to take on St George Illawarra at Leichhardt Oval this Saturday night.

Wests Tigers: keep winning and they make finals

The equation for the Wests Tigers is quite straightforward: win the last three games and play finals football for the first time since 2011. Standing in the way will be St George Illawarra this Saturday, Manly the following Thursday at Campbelltown Sports Ground and South Sydney seven days later at ANZ Stadium. That will take… Read more »

Corey Thompson was one of the better performers against the Bulldogs last week.

Cleary backs his Tigers to bounce back against the Knights

Presented with a golden opportunity to put two premiership points in the bank, Wests Tigers meekly surrendered to cellar dwellers Canterbury Bulldogs last Friday. The team was flat after two big efforts against top four sides St George and Souths, explained Wests Tigers head coach Ivan Cleary after the disappointing 16-4 capitulation to the Dogs…. Read more »

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