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Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter does not regret his decision to bench No.1 playmaker Benji Marshall, but says he hopes he never has to do it again. Potter won't reveal the reasons behind starting last week's defeat to South Sydney with Marshall out of
Had Gallen played lock, Mason would have started at prop and Daley would have carried four forwards on the bench, with Test back-rower Luke Lewis to cover the utility role. However, either Lewis or Melbourne's Ryan Hoffman will now start in the
Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter won't back down from his decision to bench No 1 playmaker Benji Marshall but says he hopes he never has to do it again and wants the under-pressure star to be a Tiger for life. Potter still doesn't feel comfortable
Late last year, just three days after his 20th birthday, Marika Koroibete burst on the NRL scene, scoring four tries in his second NRL appearance and becoming only the second Wests Tigers player in the club's history to do so. Dual Australian
All is forgiven at Wests Tigers, with coach Mick Potter making an SOS call to star playmaker Benji Marshall to save their sinking season. Potter made the bold decision to bench his star five-eighth last week, but the move backfired with the Tigers
On the back of a seven-game losing streak, the Tigers have headed into camp at Kiama on the NSW south coast as they attempt to lift themselves off the bottom of the ladder. Anasta returns from a groin injury for Friday's night match against North
He's not one of rugby league's Immortals yet but North Queensland star Johnathan Thurston wears the "wanker" tag from opposition supporters as a badge of honour...While expecting a similar reception for the round-11 clash, Thurston was also expecting
The slim prospect of the out-of-sorts Wests Tigers star teaming up with fellow Kiwi Shaun Johnson has box office gold written all over it for the Auckland-based club. That despite Warriors CEO Wayne Scurrah playing a straight bat to talk coming out
Marshall's request for a four-year extension couldn't have come at a more awkward time, when his form, by his own admission, is at a career low. He finds himself on the bench and the Tigers' next crop of young stars are ready to make their own mark.
South Sydney's Roy Asotasi says Melbourne's recent stumbles have served as a warning to the Rabbitohs about the importance of having the right attitude each week. The NRL leading Rabbitohs face last-placed Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.