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.
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 for the past few seasons have had the cattle to be premiership favourites, but have somehow found a way to butcher their prospects mid-season and have had to rely on a strong run to the finals to get themselves back in the hunt.
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 has today released its scheduling of matches for their home grounds for season 2012.
AT the start of 2010 the Tigers again had a promising line up, but were still regarded as long shots based on their poor showing in every season since winning their maiden title back in 2005...