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WEST Tigers skipper Brett Hodgson will join English Super League club Huddersfield on a two-year deal at the end of the 2008 NRL season.
WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens welcomes the return of Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah but says teammates will have to carry them through Sunday's match.
WESTS Tigers suffered a blow with prop Todd Payten ruled out for up to six weeks with injury, just one game short of his 200th NRL appearance.
WESTS Tigers won't rush to secure Mathew Head beyond this season as they continue monitoring the injury-prone halfback's return to the NRL.
WESTS Tigers star Benji Marshall has been ruled out of Saturday's NRL game against Brisbane and is almost certain to miss next week's Centenary Test.
BENJI Marshall's bid to play in next month's Centenary Test is expected to face the ultimate examination Sunday.
WESTS Tigers chief executive Steve Noyce has announced his resignation from the NRL club.
HAVING been burned last year, you can understand why Cronulla are more than a little sheepish at the prospect of Robbie Farah lining up for Wests Tigers.
WESTS Tigers hooker Robbie Farah has not ruled out making a late comeback to play Cronulla at Toyota Stadium on Sunday.
THE Wests Tigers have returned to the winners circle, belting a disgraceful South Sydney by 30-10.
WESTS Tigers comeback kid Mathew Head has little doubt that South Sydney will target his dodgy knee at the SCG on Sunday.
BOOM West Tigers centre Chris Lawrence will remain at the NRL club until the end of the 2011 season after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.
WESTS Tigers have suffered yet another injury blow with forward Bronson Harrison ruled out for up to eight weeks with a knee injury.
THE Canberra Raiders have produced an inspirational fightback against the Wests Tigers today, reviving memories of the 1989 Grand Final to defeat the visitors by 30-24 at Canberra Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers have run out convincing winners over the Wests Tigers in the latest instalment on Monday Night Football with a 30-8 victory in Campbelltown.