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WESTS Tigers have received a boost on the eve of tomorrow night
SOME of the finest names to have played for Western Suburbs Magpies and Wests Tigers were honoured at a gala dinner in Campbelltown.
THE Wests Tigers have handed the Melbourne Storm only their second defeat of 2012, with a 10-6 victory over the competition leaders in front of 11,274 fans at Aami Park this evening
THE Wests Tigers have pulled off a miracle golden point finish to defeat the Gold Coast Titans 15-14 at Skilled Park in front of 14,254 fans.
COWBOYS halfback Robert Lui has today been placed on a two-year good behaviour bond and fined $2000 after pleading guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
WESTS Tigers and Parramatta Eels will play for the inaugural Sean Burns
Memorial Shield at Bluetongue Stadium on Saturday night, February 11.
THE Board of Wests Ashfield Leagues Club would like to make the following points in relation to matters raised in the media in the past few days.
AFTER 2010, where the Tigers returned to finals football for the first time since their maiden premiership in 2005, the Tigers were one of the strong contenders for the title in 2011 for many pundits...
WESTS Tigers have today re-signed experienced winger Matt Utai to a new one-year deal.
WESTS Tigers have today unveiled an exciting new 2012 "Eye of the Tiger" training jersey.
WESTS Tigers wish to make a statement on behalf of Club Captain Robbie Farah in response to media reports regarding his relationship with Head Coach Tim Sheens.
WESTS Tigers has today released its scheduling of matches for their home grounds for season 2012.
WESTS Tigers can confirm half-back Robert Lui has been released from the final year of his contract with the Club.
WESTS Tigers can confirm former player Todd Payten appeared in Downing Centre Local Court today and pleaded guilty to a charge of
THE St George-Illawarra Club has advised that they will not be pursuing the registration by the NRL of their contract with Tim Moltzen. Wests Tigers is pleased that this matter has now been resolved and that Tim Moltzen can begin to focus solely on his fo