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Wests Tigers players will have a sea of colour on their legs at Campbelltown Sports Stadium this Saturday.

As part of the Clubs Junior League Appreciation Week festivities in Campbelltown, the Wests Tigers NRL team will wear the socks of their junior league clubs against Canberra Raiders.

Wests Tigers half-back Curtis Sironen has decided to wear one sock each from his two junior clubs in North Ryde Hawks and Dundas Shamrocks.

Benji Marshall, Ben Murdoch-Masila and Bodene Thompson will proudly wear the colours of their high school Keebra Park College. Shaun Spence will also wear the colours of St Gregorys College Campbelltown.

The players have really embraced the opportunity to pay homage to their junior league clubs or colleges, said Wests Tigers Chief Operating Officer Grant Mayer.

Several of the players even contacted their junior league clubs themselves to make sure they had their socks to wear.

"It is an exciting concept and a great way for Wests Tigers to acknowledge the importance of junior rugby league. It is going to be quite a sight.

The junior socks the players will wear are:

James Tedesco, Camden Rams

David Nofoaluma, Campbelltown Warriors,

Blake Ayshford, Paddington Tigers

Joel Reddy, Yarrawarrah Tigers

Tim Simona, Doonside

Benji Marshall, Keebra Park

Curtis Sironen, North Ryde Hawks/Dundas Shamrocks

Jack Buchanan, Culburra

Masada Iosefa, Blacktown City

Adam Blair, Northland Carvers

Liam Fulton, Greystanes Devils

Eddy Pettybourne, Mascot Jets

Sauaso Sue, Macquarie Fields Hawks

Ava Seumanufagai, Hills

Ben Murdoch-Masila, Keebra Park.

Shaun Spence, St Gregorys College, Campbelltown

Bodene Thompson, Keebra Park.



Wests Tigers v Canberra Raiders

Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Saturday, June 22

Gates Open: 1.15pm

NRL kick-off: 7:30pm
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