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Wests Tigers fans have the opportunity to watch the Club's NSW Cup team for just $2 this week when they take on the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday.

The Club will take on the Warriors in their Round 22 clash on Saturday, August 9 from 3:00pm at Kirkham Oval, with fans encouraged to take advantage of the ridiculously cheap ticket prices and support the boys in what will no doubt be a thrilling match.

When the two teams met earlier in the year, Wests Tigers' NSW Cup team pulled off a sensational comeback to score three times in the final nine minutes to win the game and they'll no doubt be looking for a similar result this Saturday.

However, the Club come into the match off a tough that has seen them slip out of the top four — making this week's clash even more crucial in their push to the finals.

NSW Cup Coach Paul Fletcher called on all fans to support the boys this weekend by getting to the game and cheering them on in a must-win match.

"It's great that we've got the chance to take this game away from our regular suburban grounds," said Fletcher, "and I hope the fans come and enjoy a great day of footy.

"This is a big match for our season and I'm looking for the boys to really improve on what they've shown in the past few weeks. We've got to be better than we have been, and I think having a good crowd there will help the boys really lift and play their best.

"And $2 — you can't get entry to a footy game for much cheaper than that!"

Kirkham Oval is located on the corner of Hilder Street and Camden Valley Way, Elderslie, and is the ground where Wests Tigers played their trial match against Penrith Panthers.

Kickoff for the match is scheduled for 3:00pm AEST.

Click here to get your tickets to Round 23 and cheer on the boys as they battle the Sydney Roosters at Leichhardt Oval on August 16.
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