AS the Wests Tigers prepare for the start of the NRL competition, there was a hint of sadness in the fact we would not have the opportunity to defend the prestigious World 7?s Title we won in 2004. The NRL and certain clubs voted against the competition going ahead, claiming injuries and risking top line players for the start of the NRL competition as the major hurdles. Our players were certainly hoping for a chance to win back to back titles.
EXPERIENCED second-rower Mark O'Neill has been named Wests Tigers Captain for Season 2005.
WESTS Tigers has scheduled five blockbuster home games at Telstra Stadium for the 2005 NRL premiership.
WESTS Tigers players took to the sandhills of Wanda Beach, near Cronulla, on Friday, December 10, for the traditional run.
FORMER Wests Tigers utility Joel Caine has agreed to terms with Balmain Tigers on a one year incentive based contract.
WESTS Tigers players Bryce Gibbs and Liam Fulton took to the water in the name of charity at the Whitlam Leisure Centre, Liverpool, on Saturday.
WESTS Tigers received plenty of support at the annual Fisher's Ghost Street Parade in Campbelltown on Saturday afternoon.
DENE Halatau has become the third Wests Tigers player to be named in a Test side.
RETIRED Wests Tigers captain Darren Senter may have started as a Canterbury junior but he will forever remain a Tiger.
HEIGHINGTON RE-SIGNS WITH WESTS TIGERS