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Wests Tigers players have this week spent their lunch breaks calling our Members at random to thank them for signing on in 2014 and chasing up those Members who haven't yet re-signed with the Club leading in to Christmas.

The calls have been a chance for the team to continue to get to know the Club's Members.

Wests Tigers utility Curtis Sironen was among the players chatting to fans.

"A few of the boys were ringing around the Members from 2013 trying to get them back on board for 2014," said Sironen.

"You do see regular fans at games and you remember them. Talking to them might help persuade them to rejoin.

"Anything we can do to try and boost our Members, I think it's worthwhile."

Sironen told Wests Tigers TV that the noise generated by a large crowd at home games gave the players an immeasurable boost and implored fans to get behind their Club.

"When you've got the support of your fans behind you they just don't understand how much it does help," said Sironen.

The young giant is making the most of an uninterrupted pre-season as he continues to put on even more size.

"I had a bit of groin drama at the end of 2013, I had a little surgery," said Sironen. "I'm back 100% now.

"I've got a full offseason with the boys so I'm looking to put on some weight.

"My goal is to put on some weight and cement a place in the team."

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