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LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Andrew Ferguson looks at the Tigers 2008 NRL season.
WESTS Tigers have reportedly struck a deal with the SCG Trust and will play six home games at the Sydney Football Stadium in 2009...
RESULTS of Balmain Tigers v Newtown Jets clash in the NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday.
THE Wests Tigers have given champion fullback Brett Hodgson the send off he deserves, trouncing the Gold Coast Titans 28-12 in front of 20,723 supporters at a sunny Skilled Park this afternoon.
A "Brett-inspired" Cronulla Sharks have ended the Wests Tigers 2008 NRL campaign with a 32-6 win at Leichhardt Oval, in front of a moderate 10,766 crowd.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have all but ended the season of the Wests Tigers as they ran out 48-16 victors at ANZ Stadium, in the first Double Header match tonight.
AN emphatic victory in Monday night football for the Parramatta Eels with a 40-12 victory over the Wests Tigers, taking place in front of 13,065 fans at sometimes rain-soaked Parramatta Stadium.
REPORT from the Coventry Bears' semi-final victory in the Midlands Premier division of the UK Rugby League Conference, earning them a place in the Grand Final against Nottingham.
WESTS Tigers have put a dent in the St George Illlawarra Dragons finals aspirations with an entertaining 18-10 victory at WIN Stadium tonight.
THE Easts Tigers have suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of the Mackay Cutters in Round 20 of the Queensland Cup. Includes a summary of FOGS Cup and Colts action.
TWENTY points and three try-assists from Benji Marshall has guided the Wests Tigers to a comprehensive 56-4 victory over the Canterbury Bulldogs.
EASTS crash to Ipswich in the Queensland Cup. Plus a brief summary of FOGS Cup and Colts action.
THE Wynnum-Manly Seagulls have ended the finals aspirations of the Easts Tigers with a comprehensive 42-20 victory in Round 18 of the Queensland Cup. Plus a brief summary of FOGS Cup and Colts action.
THE Wests Tigers have ended the Rabbitohs run with a 36-12 victory at ANZ Stadium in Sydney this afternoon.
A Greg Inglis hat-trick spoiled Brett Hodgson