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WESTS Tigers has made the decision not to renew the contract of Head Coach Mick Potter.
THE newly announced Wests Tigers Board met for the first time tonight and has appointed Marina Go as the Club's Chair.
THE new Wests Tigers Board - which will take the club into the future - was unveiled today.
WESTS Tigers outgoing Board members are leaving the Club with an important blueprint for the future as they hand over to a restructured Board.
WITH neither side able to make the finals, the Raiders came out victorious over the Wests Tigers 27-12 at GIO Stadium tonight in front of a paltry 8,000 fans.
LEEDS Rhinos ended their 15 years of hurt as they lifted the Tetley's Challenge Cup for the twelfth time with a comfortable win over West Yorkshire rivals Castleford Tigers at Wembley.
WESTS Tigers are pleased to announce the re-signing of promising young players Asipeli Fine and Dallas Graham on two-year deals.
A neck injury has prematurely ended the playing career of Sharks hooker John Morris, with the 300-game NRL veteran officially announcing his retirement today.
THE discontent at the Wests Tigers doesn't look like dying down any time soon with the North Queensland Cowboys taking the visitors apart with a comprehensive 64-6 victory tonight in front of over 12,000 fans at 1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville.
WESTS Tigers are pleased to announce the re-signing of prop forward Ava Seumanufagai until the end of the 2015 season.
FOLLOWING intense speculation regarding the future of Mick Potter as Head Coach of Wests Tigers, the Club's Board has met tonight
GARETH Widdop was the star again today at ANZ Stadium with the St. George Illawarra Dragons comfortably accounting for a surprisingly poor Wests Tigers 28-12 in front of 22,000 fans.
THE stars of the future have been on show at ANZ Stadium, with the Wests Tigers scoring an emphatic 46-18 win over the Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 22,000 fans.
THE Wests Tigers have paid tribute to some of their greatest players by announcing their 15th year anniversary team at a function at Doltone House in Pyrmont.
THE Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have climbed to the top of the NRL ladder after a controversial start to their eventual win over Wests Tigers, 40-8, at Brookvale Oval in front of 13,432.