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James Tedesco won't rule out Tigers return

James Tedesco won't rule out the prospect of following in the steps of Benji Marshall and ending his career at the Wests Tigers.
SBS

Taylor injured, but to remain a Tiger

Wests Tigers forward Elijah Taylor's season could be ended by shoulder and rib injuries, but he will remain at the club in 2018.
SBS

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News video: NRL: Top 10 Tries - Regular Season

NRL: Top 10 Tries - Regular Season 03:26

1,383 tries boiled down to ten! James Tedesco and Valentine Holmes feature twice in the Top 10 Tries of the Regular Season, but can either superstar take the title?
Source: Rugby League (IMG) -

News video: Rapana runs riot

Rapana runs riot 00:36

Jordan Rapana finishes the regular season as the NRL’s second-highest try-scorer after crossing over for his 20th four-pointer of the year. The Canberra winger brought up the figure after producing a..
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News video: Pass of the year?

Pass of the year? 00:35

Joseph Leilua produces arguably the pass of the year as he sets up a try for Jordan Rapana in Canberra’s massive 52-10 win over Wests Tigers.
Source: Rugby League (IMG) -

News video: NRL: Top 5 tries - August

NRL: Top 5 tries - August 02:22

In the final month of the regular season the pressure intensified producing some ridiculous tries, see who made it to number one in our final Tries of the Month.
Source: Rugby League (IMG) -

News video: NRL: Top 5 tries - Round 25

NRL: Top 5 tries - Round 25 02:28

With one week to go before the finals, some teams were simply playing for pride. The Eels and Knights clearly took that to heart, producing two stunning tries, but where do they feature in our Top 5?
Source: Rugby League (IMG) -

 

Sydney Roosters survive almighty scare to overcome resurgent Wests Tigers

The Sydney Roosters survived an almighty scare from a resurgent Wests Tigers to avoid being on the wrong end of what would have been the upset of the season on Saturday night.
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Roosters survive almighty scare to overcome resurgent Wests Tigers

The Sydney Roosters survived an almighty scare from a resurgent Wests Tigers to avoid being on the wrong end of what would have been the upset of the season on Saturday night.
The Age

NRL Live 2017: Newcastle Knights v Melbourne Storm, Sydney Roosters v Wests Tigers, North Queensland Cowboys v Cronulla Sharks

Join Steve Mascord for a triple header of NRL action.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Gordon cleared to return for Roosters

The Sydney Roosters have been buoyed with Michael Gordon and Blake Ferguson both cleared for Saturday's NRL clash with the Wests Tigers.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Former Tiger Ellis to retire at year's end

Former Wests Tigers forward and current Hull skipper Gareth Ellis has announced he will retire at the end of the Super League season.
SBS

Woods without NRL salary cap back-up plan

Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods admits he hasn't thought about what he'll do if his move to Canterbury is denied over salary cap issues.
SBS

Manly fear teams with little to play for

After what was clearly a shattering post-mortem of their shock NRL loss to Wests Tigers, Manly must rebound to face Canterbury in round 24.
SBS

Ferguson's shoulder fine for Roosters

Sydney Roosters winger Blake Ferguson has been cleared of a shoulder injury and is set to face the Wests Tigers on Saturday.
SBS

Taupau avoids NRL ban for high tackle

Manly enforcer Marty Taupau is facing a fine for a careless high tackle against Matt McIlwright of the Wests Tigers in Sunday's NRL match.
SBS

Benji has lots left in his Tigers NRL tank

Veteran NRL playmaker Benji Marshall is adamant he has a lot left to offer on his return to Wests Tigers and coach Ivan Ceary agrees.
SBS

Eagles' top-four hopes dented by Tigers

Manly have blown a chance to move into the NRL top four following their loss to the Wests Tigers on Sunday.
SBS

Manly Sea Eagles feeling the pain after shock NRL loss to Wests Tigers

Manly coach Trent Barrett admits it would hurt if Sunday's surprise defeat to Wests Tigers costs his side a top-four finish.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wests Tigers stun Manly Sea Eagles with NRL comeback win

Wests Tigers have dented Manly's prospects of a top-four NRL finish and boosted their own prospects of avoiding the wooden spoon in a thrilling 30-26 comeback win at Leichhardt Oval.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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