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Wests Tigers suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in Round 4 of the NRL — going down 25-24 in a Golden Point thriller.

Jason Taylor's men had led 24-6 mid-way through the second half before a Bulldogs comeback, capped off with a try to Josh Morris three minutes from full-time, sent the match into Golden Point, where a Moses Mbye field goal proved the difference.

It was a similarily close loss for the Club's NSW Cup side, who stormed back against Mounties before losing the match in the final minute — going down 26-22.

Brett Kimmorley's NYC side ensured the Club finished with at least one win from the weekend, however, beating the Bulldogs 34-22 thanks to a hat-trick from Obed Karwhin.

Check out the full results and details from Around the Grounds this week.

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