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Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that John Skandalis has resigned with the club for a further 2 years.
Skandalis? first grade football career began with Western Suburbs Magpies in 1996. One of the few original players that joined Wests Tigers in 2000, and is still with the club, Skandalis is best known for his dedication and consistent effort on the field each week. As well as his loyalty he is a local junior who has only played with one Junior League Team, Minto Cobras, and one NRL Club, Wests Magpies/ Wests Tigers.
?I really enjoy playing for Wests Tigers, and being part of a club that is working hard to be successful in the future?.
?The next two years will be a great time to be involved with Wests Tigers, the strong youth coming up through the ranks and talented players secured by management will make the side a competitive force?, said Skandalis.
A regular in the team line up each week Skandalis played his 100th game for Wests Tigers in Rd 8 against the Panthers.
?John?s strong on field performance and devotion to the club, make him a valuable commodity to Wests Tigers?.
?While we are focussed on nurturing our youth, and securing new talent, being able to retain players like Skandalis is vital to the clubs success in the future?, said CEO Steve Noyce.
For further information please contact Wests Tigers ph: 02 8741 3300.