One on One with Curtis Sironen
Thursday 13 December 2012 8:50 PM
Wests Tigers young gun Curtis Sironen says the club's up and coming stars are poised for a huge year.
Sironen, who played six games for Wests Tigers in 2012 before succumbing to a shoulder injury, told Wests Tigers TV the younger players have starred in pre-season training. He is the latest player to feature in our popular 'One on One' series.
"I think the young boys are training really well," said Sironen.
The son of Balmain legend Paul, Sironen had special praise for Australian Schoolboys half Luke Brooks.
"Luke Brooks has been killing it in training," said Sironen.
"Some of the older boys have been saying 'how good is this bloke going to be'!"
Sironen also paid tribute to NYC wingers Marika Koroibete and David Nofoaluma.
"Marika is the obvious one," said Sironen.
"He's has had a really good offseason. I think he's going to be a powerhouse.
"David Nofoaluma will be a big one as well.
"I think it's going to be a big year for some of the juniors. It's exciting."
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