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Eastwood wants to finish career at 'Dogs

Canterbury forward Greg Eastwood has responded to speculation of a move to the Wests Tigers one year before his current NRL contract expires at the Bulldogs.
SBS

Wests Tigers revisit plans to take a game to Hawaii

Ivan Cleary could be pointing his bus in the direction of Hawaii this off-season as Wests Tigers revisit plans to take a game to the holiday hotspot.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: NRL: Top 10 Tries - Regular Season

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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?
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News video: Rapana runs riot

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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?

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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.
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News video: NRL: Top 5 tries - August

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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.
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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?
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Lolohea secures Warriors release: reports

Tuimoala Lolohea could wear the No.6 jersey for the Wests Tigers in the NRL next week after reportedly securing a release from the Warriors.
SBS

Tuimoala Lolohea leaves Warriors, joins Tigers

Tuimoala Lolohea has officially left the Warriors and informed Wests Tigers that he will sign with them.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tigers' woes have hurt NRL form: Tedesco

NSW fullback James Tedesco is adamant off-field dramas at Wests Tigers have had an effect on his NRL form.
SBS

Former Storm winger Mahe Fonua set for NRL return, with Wests Tigers looking a likely destination

Super League club Hull will release former Melbourne Storm winger Mahe Fonua from the last season of his three-year contract for family reasons.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mahe Fonua set for NRL return

Mahe Fonua is set to return to the NRL and his expected destination is the now cashed-up Wests Tigers.
SBS

Wests Tigers forward Sauaso Sue suspended for NRL high tackle

Wests Tigers will be without Sauaso Sue for one match after the forward pleaded guilty to a careless high tackle on Brisbane playmaker Anthony Milford.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Moses endures mixed debut for Parramatta

Mitchell Moses had a mixed night in his first outing for Parramatta since his drawn-out move from the Wests Tigers.
SBS

Mitchell Moses to start for Eels

Mitchell Moses will start at halfback for Parramatta four days after arriving at the club from the Wests Tigers.
SBS

Josh Reynolds' move to Wests Tigers to cost him lucrative sponsorship

Josh Reynolds couldn't knock back the big money on offer to join Wests Tigers, although the decision to leave Belmore will cost the Bulldogs playmaker a lucrative sponsorship.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

McCullough expected to take on Warriors

Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett has backed Andrew McCullough to make a shock comeback from a sickening head knock suffered in their 36-0 NRL win over Wests Tigers.
SBS

Painful night on all fronts for the Tigers as they are trampled by a relentless Brisbane

It shapes to be a long second half of the season for Ivan Cleary as Wests Tigers lost 36-0 to the Broncos, James Tedesco endured a forgettable evening and Josh Aloiai suffered a gruesome leg injury.
Brisbane Times


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