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Wests Tigers Records

CLUB RECORDS

YEAR ENTERED NRL
2000 — Balmain and Western Suburbs formed a joint-venture in June, 1999

FIRST NRL MATCH
Round 1, 2000 — Drew 24-24 vs. Brisbane, Campbelltown Sports Stadium

CURRENT HOME GROUNDS
Bankwest Stadium (Capacity 30,000)
Campbelltown Sports Stadium (Capacity 18,000)
Leichhardt Oval (Capacity 19,000)
Scully Park (Capacity 11,000)

PREMIERSHIPS & TROPHIES
2004 — World Sevens Champions
2005 — NRL Premiership
2012 — NYC Premiership

LIFE MEMBERS
2013 — Robbie Farah and Benji Marshall
2014 — John Skandalis and Mark O'Neill
2015 — Brett Hodgson and Tim Sheens
2016 — Dene Halatau and Chris Lawrence
2017 — Liam Fulton, Ben Galea and Harry Triguboff
2018 — Bryce Gibbs and Keith Galloway
2019 — Chris Heighington, Beau Ryan and Peter Binet
2020 — Todd Payten and Daniel Fitzhenry

WESTS TIGERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2000 — Tyran Smith
2001 — Ben Galea
2002 — John Skandalis
2003 — Anthony Laffranchi
2004 — Brett Hodgson
2005 — Scott Prince and Brett Hodgson
2006 — Robbie Farah
2007 — Robbie Farah
2008 — Chris Heighington
2009 — Gareth Ellis
2010 — Gareth Ellis
2011 — Gareth Ellis
2012 — Aaron Woods
2013 — Liam Fulton
2014 — Aaron Woods
2015 — James Tedesco
2016 — Mitchell Moses
2017 — Elijah Taylor
2018 — Luke Brooks
2019 — Luke Brooks
2020 — David Nofoaluma
2021 — Daine Laurie and Luke Brooks

WESTS TIGERS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
2006 — Shannon McDonnell
2007 — Chris Lawrence
2008 — Tim Moltzen
2009 — Blake Ayshford
2010 — Simon Dwyer
2011 — Aaron Woods
2012 — Marika Koroibete and Curtis Sironen
2013 — James Tedesco
2014 — Luke Brooks
2015 — Kyle Lovett
2016 — Josh Aloiai
2017 — Jacob Liddle
2018 — Esan Marsters
2019 — Thomas Mikaele
2020 — Harry Grant
2021 — Stefano Utoikamanu

WESTS TIGERS WOMAN OF THE YEAR
2011 — Alexandra Siemsen
2012 — Kay McNamara
2013 — Nellie Hage
2014 — Francey Perre
2015 — Leoni Barnett
2016 — Julie Luke and Jennie Webster
2017 — Celine Quintao
2018 — Professor Megan Davis
2019 — Liz Callaghan
2020 — Jessica Adams
2021 — Teagan Toa Toa

TEAM RECORDS

BIGGEST WINNING MARGIN
52 points — 56-4 vs. Canterbury-Bankstown, ANZ Stadium, Round 21, 2008
52 points — 54-2 vs. Canterbury-Bankstown, Telstra Stadium, Round 24, 2005

BIGGEST LOSING MARGIN
64 points — 64-0 vs. Melbourne, Telstra Dome, Round 18, 2001

LONGEST WINNING STREAK
8 games — Round 16, 2005 to Round 24, 2005

LONGEST LOSING STREAK
7 games — Round 4, 2013 to Round 10, 2013

BIGGEST COMEBACK
24 points — Won 36-32 vs. Newcastle, Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Round 21, 2001

WORST COLLAPSE
23 points — Lost 32-21 vs. Penrith, Penrith Football Stadium, Round 18, 2000

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST FIRST GRADE MATCHES
277 — Robbie Farah (2003-16, 18-19)
257 — Benji Marshall (2003-13, 18-20)
253 — Chris Lawrence (2006-2020)
201 — Chris Heighington (2003-12)
186 — John Skandalis (2000-06, 09-10)

100 GAMES MILESTONES
2004 — John Skandalis, Mark O'Neill
2005 — Ben Galea
2006 — Anthony Laffranchi
2007 — Daniel Fitzhenry
2008 — Chris Heighington, Dene Halatau, Brett Hodgson
2009 — Robbie Farah, Todd Payten, Bryce Gibbs, Benji Marshall
2011 — Liam Fulton, Keith Galloway
2012 — Beau Ryan, Chris Lawrence
2013 — Blake Ayshford
2015 — Aaron Woods
2017 — Ava Seumanufagai, Sauaso Sue
2018 — Luke Brooks, David Nofoaluma

150 GAMES MILESTONES
2006 — John Skandalis
2007 — Ben Galea
2010 — Chris Heighington
2011 — Robbie Farah, Bryce Gibbs, Todd Payten, Benji Marshall
2013 — Liam Fulton
2014 — Keith Galloway, Chris Lawrence
2015 — Dene Halatau
2021 — Luke Brooks, David Nofoaluma

200 GAMES MILESTONES
2012 — Chris Heighington
2013 — Robbie Farah, Benji Marshall
2017 — Chris Lawrence

250 GAMES MILESTONES
2018 — Robbie Farah
2020 — Benji Marshall, Chris Lawrence

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN
149 — Robbie Farah
86 — Darren Senter
50 — Brett Hodgson
46 — Aaron Woods
45 — Benji Marshall

MOST TRIES IN A MATCH
4 — Kevin McGuinness vs. South Sydney, Aussie Stadium, Round 21, 2002
4 — Marika Koroibete vs. Parramatta, Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Round, 2012
4 — Keith Lulia vs. Canterbury-Bankstown, ANZ Stadium, Round 19, 2014

MOST TRIES IN A SEASON
21 — Taniela Tuiaki (2009)

MOST TRIES FOR THE CLUB
87* — David Nofoaluma
84 — Chris Lawrence
84 — Benji Marshall
69 — Robbie Farah
52 — Pat Richards

MOST TRIES BY POSITION
Fullback — James Tedesco (49)
Winger — David Nofoaluma (86*)
Centre — Chris Lawrence (51)
Five-Eighth — Benji Marshall (72)
Halfback — Luke Brooks (40*)
Front Row — John Skandalis (12)
Hooker — Robbie Farah (64)
Back Row — Luke Garner (16*)
Lock — Chris Heighington (16)
Bench — Bronson Harrison (10)

MOST GOALS IN A MATCH
9 — Brett Hodgson vs. Canterbury-Bankstown, Telstra Stadium, Round 24, 2005
9 — Brett Hodgson vs. North Queensland, Telstra Stadium, Finals Week 1, 2005

MOST POINTS IN A MATCH
30 — Brett Hodgson vs. North Queensland, Telstra Stadium, Finals Week 1, 2005

MOST POINTS IN A SEASON
308 — Brett Hodgson (2005)

MOST POINTS FOR THE CLUB
1181 — Benji Marshall (82 tries, 402 goals, 11 field goals)
786 — Brett Hodgson (38 tries, 317 goals)
526 — Joel Caine (26 tries, 211 goals)
446 — Pat Richards (52 tries, 118 goals, 2 field goals)
348 — David Nofoaluma* (87 tries)

DALLY M AND PLAYER AWARDS
2000 — Joel Caine (Top Points Scorer of the Year)
2005 — Scott Prince (Dally M Captain of the Year)
2005 — Tim Sheens (Dally M Coach of the Year)
2005 — Brett Hodgson (Dally M Fullback of the Year)
2005 — Brett Hodgson (Top Points Scorer of the Year)
2005 — Benji Marshall (Dally M Five-Eighth of the Year)
2007 — Robbie Farah (Dally M Hooker of the Year)
2009 — Taniela Tuiaki (Dally M Winger of the Year)
2010 — Robbie Farah (Dally M Hooker of the Year)
2010 — Benji Marshall (Rugby League World Golden Boot)
2011 — Benji Marshall (Dally M Five-Eighth of the Year)
2011 — Benji Marshall (Top Points Scorer of the Year)
2013 — David Nofoaluma (Dally M Try of the Year)
2014 — Luke Brooks (Dally M Rookie of the Year)
2015 — Aaron Woods (Dally M Prop of the Year)
2016 — James Tedesco (Dally M Fullback of the Year)
2017 — Aaron Woods (Dally M Prop of the Year)
2018 — Luke Brooks (Dally M Halfback of the Year)
2020 — Harry Grant (Dally M Rookie of the Year)
2020 — David Nofoaluma (Dally M Winger of the Year)

Chris Lawrence celebrates 200 NRL games for Wests Tigers in 2017.
Chris Lawrence celebrates 200 NRL games for Wests Tigers in 2017.
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