Farah: We’re getting back our identity

With over a decade of no finals games for the Wests Tigers, the man who last captained them in one believes the club is heading towards its former glories. Speaking in his very open and in-depth interview with WestsLife podcast, Robbie Farah believes bringing back players from the 2005 grand final squad or those partContinue reading “Farah: We’re getting back our identity”

Doueihi: The Brisbane bubble is our second chance at finals run

After their win against the Broncos, the Wests Tigers are just two points behind eighth place and very much still in finals contention. However there’s no denying that it will take winning almost all of their seven remaining games of the season. Fresh off his five try assists in said win against Brisbane, five eighthContinue reading “Doueihi: The Brisbane bubble is our second chance at finals run”

Blore itching to get back and ‘just drill someone’

After suffering a broken wrist in a pre-season incident, ruling him out for the start of the Wests Tigers season, Shawn Blore tells WestsLife he’s excited to get back on the field and put a big hit on. Blore was originally told he could miss up to the first 10 rounds of the season, butContinue reading “Blore itching to get back and ‘just drill someone’”

Nofoaluma responds to critics of Wests Tigers teammate Luke Brooks

Wests Tigers winger David Nofoaluma is standing strong for his much criticised teammate, Luke Brooks. Brooks had 17 runs for 87 metres, a line break assist, a try assist, four tackle breaks, nine kicks for 231 metres and kicked two from two conversions in the Tigers’ 30-12 loss to the Canberra Raiders on Sunday. ButContinue reading “Nofoaluma responds to critics of Wests Tigers teammate Luke Brooks”

James Tamou: Wests Tigers talent at same level as Penrith Panthers

James Tamou has already been so extremely impressed with his new squad, he’s comparing them to the young team he led to the NRL Grand Final just a few months ago. The young playing group at the foot of the mountains is as good as any in the league, but Tamou has seen enough thatContinue reading “James Tamou: Wests Tigers talent at same level as Penrith Panthers”

Wests Tigers fan’s tattoo of David Nofoaluma

Friend of the WestsLife podcast, Patty Sills, is a massive Wests Tigers fan and what kids today describe as a “stan” of David Nofoaluma. Before the winger put pen to paper, Patty made a promise that he would get his face tattooed onto his body. Of course Nofa re-signed on January 14. Fast forward aContinue reading “Wests Tigers fan’s tattoo of David Nofoaluma”

Nofa signs for four more years

Wests Tigers local legend and Dally M winger of the year David Nofoaluma has re-signed with the club for a further four seasons. That means Nofa will be at his junior club until at least the 2025. He’ll turn 32 years old in the November following that season. It was officially confirmed by Wests TigersContinue reading “Nofa signs for four more years”