Eels looking to keep that winning feeling against Tigers

The Pirtek Parramatta Eels will be unchanged from the team that defeated the Brisbane Broncos for their Round 24 clash with the Wests Tigers this Sunday at Parramatta Stadium.

The Parramatta Eels will be in limited edition jerseys for the game with major sponsor Pirtek giving their front-of-jersey sponsorship to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia for this one-off game to raise awareness of prostate cancer.

The jerseys will be auctioned after the game on the Eels' website to raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Pirtek are proudly adding the Prostate Cancer Foundation logo to the jersey to raise awareness about September being Prostate Cancer awareness month.

To coincide with September awareness month, all 89 Pirtek locations nationally will be holding a BBQ on Friday 17th September to raise much needed funds for Prostate Cancer Foundation. Visit for locations.

Meanwhile the two new additions to the Eels' squad for 2010, Anthony Mitchell and Taniela Lasalo, have retained their positions in the team for Sunday's match after impressing, with Mitchell on debut last week while Lasalo played his second game in the NRL.

Children will also get the chance to run onto Parramatta Stadium after the match on Sunday. All kids 12 and under will be allowed on the playing surface following the game when accompanied by an adult.

Please note Junior League and Yellow NRL passes will not be accepted at Sunday's match.

Pirtek Parramatta Eels v Wests Tigers, Sunday August 22, 3.00pm, Parramatta Stadium
1. Jarryd Hayne
2. Luke Burt
3. Joel Reddy
4. Timana Tahu
5. Krisnan Inu
6. Kris Keating
7. Jeff Robson
8. Nathan Cayless (C)
9. Matthew Keating
10. Fuifui Moimoi
11. Nathan Hindmarsh (C)
12. Justin Horo
13. Feleti Mateo

14. Anthony Mitchell
15. Tim Mannah
16. Taniela Lasalo
17. Justin Poore

Coach: Daniel Anderson

Toyota Cup v Wests Tigers, Sunday August 22, 12.45pm, Parramatta Stadium
1. TK Amosa
2. Fred Latulipe
3. Jacob Loko
4. Ryan Morgan
5. Daniel Tupou
6. Jason Wehbe
7. Brett Lahey
8. Ava Seumanufagi
9. Dean Blackman
10. PJ Asiata
11. Matthew Eisenhuth
12. Krys Freeman
13. Rory Brien

14. Tim Crellin
15. Peni Terepo
16. Thomas Young
17. Fred Lang Siu
18. Trent Jennings
19. Jaydin Tavita

Coach: Matt Cameron

Wentworthville Magpies vs. Central Coast, Ringrose Park, Sunday August 22, 3.00pm
20. Mark Hendy
2. Domenic Nasso
3. Etu Uaisele
4. Jonathan Wright
5. Ken Sio
6. Tom Humble
7. Brendan Waters
8. Tim Robinson (C)
9. Trent Rose
10. Blake Blackburn
11. Lee Te Maari
12. Brendan Oake
13. Nathan Armit

14. Grayson Goodwin
15. Pele Peletelese
16. Manase Manuokafoa
17. Peter Prime