Wests Tigers five-eighth Mitchell Moses says he's ready to repeat his performance from 2014 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs this Friday night.
Playing in just his third game of first-grade when the two sides met in Round 19 last year, Moses stole the show with a man-of-the-match performance — setting up six tries to guide his side to an unlikely 46-18 thumping of the eventual 2014 Grand Finalists.
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That match would be Moses' first win in the NRL, and gave him the confidence that he could match it against the best players and teams in the competition.
Six months on, the Carlingford Cougars junior is keen to repeat his efforts that day.
"It was probably one of the best games I've ever played," reflected Moses during the week.
"I think if we can play like we did that day, we'll go pretty far [to winning this week.]
"I feel pretty comfortable now with the position I'm playing and role I'm in, which helps."
Having come up short last week with a 20-6 defeat to the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Moses said the team were keen to make amends against another strong forward pack this Friday night.
"Souths were a big test for us last week," he said. " I thought we handled them okay but they probably finished a bit over the top of us in the last 15 minutes of the game.
"I think we just need to learn from that and build on to this week.
"I thought our defence was not too bad... We're definitely not the smallest pack.
"We've got a pretty big starting pack and if we go toe-to-toe with teams at the start of the game and get a few points early on I think we'll grow confidence from that.
"And if we do that this week, I think we'll go far."
With no live TV coverage of the match, Wests Tigers encourage all Members and fans to catch the action firsthand and cheer on the boys at the ground this Friday night.
General Admission tickets are available for $22, with free train transport also included.