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Re-live all the best plays from the Round 17 clash with Cronulla Sharks.


Captain Robbie Farah took it upon himself to get the Wests Tigers moving in the second stanza after a diabolical first half. A trademark run from dummy half saw him cruise into the backfield, before calmly supplying James Tedesco who finished under the posts.


RE-LIVE ROBBIE'S RUN:




The Wests Tigers machine looked like it had finally clicked into gear when Bodene Thompson surged through the Sharks defence just two minutes later. A nice play targeting Luke Lewis gave Thompson the chance to use his strength to bustle through Cronulla's line.


CHECK OUT THOMPSON'S SURGE:




When Robbie Farah again moved quickly from dummy half after a strong Ben Murdoch-Masila charge, it looked like Wests Tigers were playing the way they were expected to from the opening whistle. Farah chip-kicked, Sironen toed it through and Tim Simona pounced to re-kindle the fans' hope.


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