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THE Manly Sea Eagles have produced a 34-4 thumping of the Wests Tigers in front of 15,288 people at Brookvale Oval.
THE Wests Tigers have staged a remarkable second half comeback to move into fourth position on the premiership table with a 43-26 victory over the Penrith Panthers.
PENRITH coach Matt Elliott has named his side to face the Wests Tigers this Friday night at Telstra Stadium. The Round 17 match will kickoff shortly after 7:30pm.
WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens has named his side for their Friday Night Football clash this weekend against the Penrith Panthers. The game at Telstra Stadium kicks off at 7:30pm.
THE Wests Tigers overcame the Raiders in Canberra this afternoon, defeating the injury ravaged home side by 22-16 in front of 12,598 fans.
A big night at Suncorp Stadium tonight saw Petero Civoniceva sin-binned as the home side Brisbane defeated the Wests Tigers 48-18 in front of a wet Monday night crowd of 29,346.
DEEGAN takes a look at the Tigers, 2005 Premiers and 3rd on the ladder, so far in 2007.
GOLD Coast Titans have caused a stir this afternoon with a surprise 16-14 win over Wests Tigers at Campbelltown.
WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens has named his side to face the Gold Coast Titans this Sunday at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, kicking off at 3:00pm. The match will be delayed on Channel 9 at 4:00pm.
THE Wests Tigers have returned to the winners circle with a competent 33-14 victory over the Newcastle Knights.
EX-SUPER League club plans to say goodbye to The Jungle in bid for new stadium, amid hope to earn a Super League Franchise for 2009 when annual promotion and relegation are halted.
WESTS Tigers full-back and captain Brett Hodgson will undergo surgery on Tuesday
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Brian Smith has named his side for next Sunday's clash with the Wests Tigers at EnergyAustralia Stadium.
THE Parramatta Eels have snapped the Wests Tigers winning run at Telstra Stadium tonight, dismantling the home side by 38 points to 8 in front of over 22,000 fans.
WESTS Tigers Rugby League Football Club will challenge the National Rugby League Board decision today to fine the club $50,000 for an alleged technical salary cap breach