AFTER a string a farewells rivalling that of John Farnham
WESTS Tigers prop John Skandalis may be heading for England but the welfare of sick children will see him raise funds at a family movie night in Campbelltown on Wednesday, November 29. In conjunction with Greater Union Campbelltown, Wests Tigers will hold an exclusive advanced screening of new family movie, Open Season, at the cinema with proceeds being donated to Skando's favourite charity, Kids with Cancer Foundation Australia. The evening will include appearances by some Wests Tigers players and mascot, performances by the C91.3 Wests Tigers Kittens, as well as the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes and give-aways. This is your chance to get up close and personal with Campbelltown's favourite son before he departs for Huddersfield. Tickets for this special event are available from Monday, November 6. Ticket Prices: $20 per adult $15 per child* $60 per family** Some treats from the candy bar are also included in the ticket price. Persons aged up to 15 years are classified as a "child". A family consists of two (2) adults and two (2) children or one (1) adult and three (3) children.To purchase tickets, download a booking form from www.weststigers.com.au or visit the box office at Greater Union Campbelltown. Seats are strictly limited, so get in quick. For phone bookings and enquiries, please contact Amy at Wests Tigers office on (02) 8741 3340. Please note that tickets will not be available for purchase on the night.John Skandalis will be meeting with children at Greater Union Cinema, Kellicar Lane, Campbelltown on Wednesday, November 8, at 10am.John will talk to the media about his career and his movie night to raise funds for the Kids with Cancer Foundation.Skando tribute dinnerWests Ashfield will stage a Skando?s Leaving the Nest dinner on Thursday, December 7, to celebrate his career with the Western Suburbs Magpies and Wests Tigers.Details can also be found at www.weststigers.com.au
WESTS Tigers hooker Rangi Chase has agreed to terms with St George-Illawarra for the next two years. Recruitment Manager Warren McDonnell said Chase had agreed to a contract with the Wests Tigers for 2007, but a change in manager saw an offer come in from St George-Illawarra. "Our policy has always been about promoting young players. The hooking position at Wests Tigers is well covered in Robbie Farah and Stuart Flanagan, so Rangi has accepted a contract to be in the full-time squad for the next two years with St George-Illawarra with our blessing,'' McDonnell said. "Rangi felt he had a better opportunity to play first grade at St George-Illawarra and if his mind was set on playing for them, then there was no point in us keeping an unhappy player at the club.'' Chase made his first grade debut for Wests Tigers against the Bulldogs in round 17 this season.Pic: Thanks to www.weeklytimes.com.au
MERITON Wests Tigers Cubs have recorded two very strong wins on their tour of England.
WESTS Tigers hooker Robbie Farah has today signed a new three-year deal that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2010 season.
OUTSTANDING young hooker Robbie Farah has won the Wests Tigers player of the year award for 2006.
EXCITING young centre Dean Collis has extended his contract with the Wests Tigers for a further two years.
STATEMENT FROM STEVE NOYCEWests Tigers Chief Executive Steve Noyce today issued the following statement.?We have been made aware of an allegation that a woman may have been sexually assaulted early Monday morning at a place where both Wests Tigers players and others were present,?? Mr Noyce said.?We are not aware at this stage of any specific allegation against a Wests Tigers player and the Club is very keen to work with the police to establish what may or may not have taken place.??
1 Shannon McDonnell
2 Taniela Tuiaki
3 Dean Collis
4 Paul Whatuira
5 Jamaal Lolesi
6 Shane Elford
7 Scott Prince (c)
8 Todd Payten
9 Robbie Farah
10 John Skandalis
11 Anthony Laffranchi
15 Chris Heighington
13 Ben Galea
GRAND final hero Pat Richards could make a surprise NRL return for Wests Tigers next season after falling out of favour at English club Wigan.