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THE Wests Tigers have scored a 17-12 upset win over the Wests Tigers/Canberra Raiders at a cold and wet Campbelltown Stadium in front of 7,833 fans.
BRISBANE have got back into the winner's circle after a 32-12 victory over a disappointing Tigers outfit tonight at Suncorp Stadium.
WESTS Tigers have made it back to back victories with a stunning 20 points to 18 victory over the Penrith Panthers in front of 16,827 fans at Centrebet Stadium.
WESTS Tigers have today taken a step in bolstering their forward pack for next season with the signing of tough Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs prop Martin Taupau on a three-year deal.
AN impressive South Sydney has lived up to pre-match expectations by running out 54-10 winners over an injury depleted Wests Tigers side in front of 19,178 fans at ANZ Stadium.
WESTS Tigers have today released half-back Jacob Miller.
CANTERBURY have made it back to back wins with a comprehensive 40 points to 4 victory over a lowly Wests side in front of 23,453 fans at Stadium Australia tonight.
WESTS Tigers Coach Mick Potter is still considering whether Benji Marshall will line up against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium tomorrow night.
WESTS Tigers forward Adam Blair has tonight been cleared by the NRL judiciary to play St. George-Illawarra Dragons at the Sydney Cricket Ground this Sunday.
SCANS today have confirmed Wests Tigers five-eighth Benji Marshall has sustained a toe ligament injury in his right commonly known as turf toe.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have out classed the Wests Tigers in terrible wet weather conditions at Bluetongue Stadium, 26-0.
WESTS Tigers have received a massive boost on the eve of their first home game at Leichhardt Oval tomorrow night with news today proud Captain Robbie Farah has agreed to a new four-year deal.
WESTS Tigers have got off the mark in 2013, after a convincing 28-18 victory over the Penrith Panthers today in front of 9,715 fans at Campbelltown Stadium.
A hat-trick from flying Fijian Akuila Uate helped the Newcastle Knights start their season with a bang in a 42-10 demolition of Wests Tigers in front of an appreciative 21,935 strong crowd at Hunter Stadium.
WHILE the Tigers aren't considered as serious chance to win the title in 2013, they will be working on an entirely new structure, one based upon stability and structure which was completely non-existant in 2012.