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Wests Tigers players and staff have this morning attended Anzac Day services across Sydney.

With the team not training on this significant day in Australias history, players and staff took time out to remember those who served and died in all wars by attending local services.

Each year, April 25, is set down as Anzac Day to honour the members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who fought at Gallipoli during World War 1.

Wests Tigers Strength and Conditioning Coach John Skandalis and winger David Nofoaluma visited the Cenotaph in Mawson Park, Campbelltown, on Tuesday, to pay their respects to the fallen diggers in between a busy week of activities and training in Campelltown.

Anzac Day is such a special day in our history. It makes you very proud to be an Australian, Skandalis said.

There were so many young soldiers who lost their lives at Gallopoli. We are forever grateful for their endeavours. We live in a beautiful country now because of the ultimate sacrifices they made.

As a mark of respect for our current Defence Force personnel, Wests Tigers will offer free entry to Campbelltown Sports Stadium this Saturday night for the match against Brisbane Broncos to any individual that presents an Australian Defence Force identification or wears their uniform.

Lest We Forget.