Wests Tigers players joined the team from Brydens Compensation Lawyers at a special networking function in Liverpool on Thursday night.


The evening also saw the launch of the new Brydens Wests Tigers South-West Academy.


The Academy has been designed to foster and develop talented youth of south-western Sydney, utilizing core skills of rugby league as the conduit to help create future sporting and community leaders.





The support of Brydens has been instrumental in the development of the Academy, with Wests Tigers number one ticket holder, Lee Hagipantelis playing a key role.


Brydens, in conjunction with Wests Tigers, have convened this event to introduce the South-West Academy to a number of local businesses and community leaders who may be interested in joining with us in sponsorship, said Mr Hagipantelis.


The Brydens Wests Tigers South-West Academy will foster and promote talented young players, especially in this expanding region of south-west Sydney, he said. There are tens of thousands of kids who play rugby league and are looking to develop their own skills and this is a terrific opportunity for them.


Joining Brydens and the local businesses in Liverpool was Wests Tigers Head Coach Mick Potter and players Chris Lawrence, Curtis Sironen, Tim Moltzen, Liam Fulton and Adam Blair.