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History beckons for Wests Tigers’ NYC side this week as they look to achieve the longest ever winning streak in the Club’s history this coming Friday night.

Having extended their winning streak to seven in a row with a strong win over the Penrith Panthers, Andrew Webster’s side now stand on the verge of writing their name into the history books against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

It’s been an impressive run by the young Wests Tigers, but they’ll know that the result isn’t guaranteed this Friday night, as they battle both the short turnaround from Sunday’s game as well as a hostile Brookvale Oval crowd on Friday night.

Can the boys make it eight wins in a row this Friday night, or will the hosts be too strong in the end? Read on for a full preview of the match including all the key details, team news, statistics, exclusive insights and more.


Match Details

Date — Friday, July 11, 2014

Time — 5:15pm (Gates Open at 5:10pm)

Venue — Brookvale Oval (Pittwater Road, Brookvale)


Team News

Wests Tigers

1. Mason Farrell 2. John Tohi 3. Watson Heleta 4. Delouise Hoeter 5. John Ogden 6. Te Maire Martin 7. Eli Levido 8. Dallas Graham 9. Manaia Cherrington 10. Jordan Grant 11. Salesi Funaki 12. Lamar Liolevave 13. Matthew Woods (Interchange: 14. Hala Masila 17. Jeremy Marshall-King 18. Tyler Cassel 19. Peter Ta’auso 24. Daniel Rakvin)


Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

1. Kyle Saunders 2. Latrell Schaumkel 3. Charlie Taylor 4. Luke Garner 5. Luke Gosling 6. Zach Nicholls 7. Riley Travers 8. Jack Delaney 9. Hugh Pratt 10. Jordan Latham 11. Jamil Hopoate 12. Rhys Armstrong 13. Liam Knight (Interchange: 14. Michael Stig 15. James Parker 16. Leonati Feiloakitua 17. Evan Lee)

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Last Five Matches

Wests Tigers

R11 — Wests Tigers 42 def. Brisbane Broncos 10

R13 — Wests Tigers 28 def. Newcastle Knights 22

R14 — Wests Tigers 28 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 18

R16 — Wests Tigers 46 def. Canberra Raiders 16

R17 — Wests Tigers 30 def. Penrith Panthers 18


Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

R12 — Brisbane Broncos 42 def. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24

R13 — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 12

R15 — Cronulla Sharks 22 drew Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 22

R16 — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 32 def. Sydney Roosters 24

R17 — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 34 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14


Coach’s Comment

“Getting over there on a Friday night to Brookvale with traffic isn’t easy, and Manly have started to hit some good form too. I think they’ve had three wins and a draw from their last four starts so they’re finding some form themselves. It’s important that we celebrate milestones of potentially making it eight wins in a row, but if we think about that and not the process of actually winning the game, then we’re going to be carried away. I hope we get the win and make history, in a way, but it’s more about the two points then anything else. I don’t want us getting carried away in the wrong way…” (Andrew Webster, NYC Coach)


Team Stats


Wests Tigers

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles


3rd (26 points)

11th (17 points)

Points For

438 points (7th)

380 points (9th)

Points Against

352 points (3rd)

456 points (11th)

2014 Home Record

Played 7: Won 6, Lost 1

Played 9: Won 5, Lost 4

2014 Away Record

Played 8: Won 5, Lost 3

Played 6: Won 1, Lost 4, Drawn 1

2014 Total Record

Played 15: Won 11, Lost 4

Played 15: Won 6, Lost 6, Drawn 1


Acknowledgement of Country

Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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