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Wests Tigers are asking Members and fans to help the Club select its 15th Anniversary Team by voting online.

With fullback voting now closed, the focus moves to wingers with the top two ranking players to be selected from the six nominees.

The entire team of fifteen years will be revealed at a special event in July.

The first nominee is Taniela Tuiaki who played 78 matches for the Club between 2006 and 2009. The Auckland-born winger scored 42 tries for the Wests Tigers and represented New Zealand in 2007.

Current squad member Pat Richards is nominated for his excellent contribution to the Wests Tigers during his 47 NRL games (and counting). Richards scored 26 tries in 39 games during his first stint (2004-05) at the Club; including ‘that try’ in the 2005 decider.

While Daniel Fitzhenry played a range of positions, the 137-game Wests Tigers veteran has been nominated on the wing. Fitzhenry scored a total of 44 tries for the joint venture, with the majority within his original stint from 2002 through to 2007. Fitzhenry was part of the 2005 premiership-winning side.

Beau Ryan played 104 games for the Wests Tigers between 2007 and 2012 before joining the Cronulla Sharks last season. Ryan scored 46 tries for the Club after making his NRL debut in 2007.

Lote Tuqiri played 52 matches for the Club, scoring 27 tries during a four-year stint. The Fijian-born winger represented Australia during his time at the Wests Tigers, rewarded for a standout 2010 season.

Matt Utai made his debut for the Wests Tigers in 2011 and went on to play 40 matches for the Club. The former New Zealand International scored a total of 14 tries during three seasons.

To vote select your favourite player from the below list, voting for the two wing positions will be open until Sunday 11 May.

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