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Wests Tigers Holden Cup side can all but secure their spot in the 2015 finals series when they take on the New Zealand Warriors at Campbelltown Stadium on Sunday.

The match shapes to be an exciting one, with both the Wests Tigers (6th) and New Zealand Warriors (8th) separated by just one point heading into Sunday's match.

Wests Tigers head into the match with four wins and a close two-point loss in their last five games, while the Warriors have suffered four defeats in their last five outings.

Obed Karwhin has been a strike weapon out wide for the home side — scoring 20 tries in just 13 games this season — whilst five eighth Te Maire Martin has recorded 26 try-assists, the second highest in the competition. Jazz Tevaga also looms as a danger man in the middle of the field for the Warriors, having made a whopping 731 tackles this year.

A victory would ensure Brett Kimmorley's side finish the year inside the top eight, and keep their slim top-four hopes alive in the process, while the Warriors need a victory to keep their hopes at finals football alive. Depending on results, these two teams could well find themselves squaring off in an elimination final next fortnight, adding some extra intrigue to the match.

Be there for our final home game of the year when we take on the Warriors on Sunday, August 30! Click here to get your tickets!

Match Details

Date — Sunday, August 30, 2015

Time — 11:40am (Gates open 11:30am)

Venue — Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Leumeah


Match Officials

Referee — Adam Gee

Touch Judges — Drew Oultram & James Vella


Confirmed Squads

Wests Tigers


New Zealand Warriors

Sione Alofi


Brad Abbey

Ryland Jacobs


Tomas Aoake

Obed Karwhin


Marata Niukore

Marion Seve


Semisi Tyrell

Jayden Wheelhouse


Paul Ulberg

Te Maire Martin


Ata Hingano

Jeremy Marshall-King


Kauri Aupouri

Junior Tatola


Bunty Afoa

Jacob Liddle


Erin Clark

JJ Felise


Paul Tuli

Matthew Woods


Ofahiki Ogden

Bayley Sironen


Matiu Love-Henry

Tyler Cassel


Jazz Tevaga

Veiru Mapesone


Casey Lafaele

Pio Sokobalava


Lewis Soosemea

Thomas Grealy


Tualima Tualima

Esan Marsters


Amoni Tufui

Brett Kimmorley Coach Kelvin Wright


2015 Recent Results

Wests Tigers

R20 — Sydney Roosters 28 def. Wests Tigers 22

R21 — Wests Tigers 34 def. Melbourne Storm 18

R22 —Canberra Raiders 36 def. Wests Tigers 34

R23 — Wests Tigers 54 def. Newcastle Knights 12

R24 – Wests Tigers 46 def. Cronulla Sharks 20


New Zealand Warriors

R20 — Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 36 def. New Zealand Warriors 16

R21 — Cronulla Sharks 22 def. New Zealand Warriors 14

R22 — New Zealand Warriors 26 def. St George Illawarra Dragons 18

R23 —Penrith Panthers 36 def. New Zealand Warriors 28

R24 – North Queensland Cowboys 24 def. New Zealand Warriors 10


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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