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Entering his 13th season in the NRL, captain Robbie Farah featured in all of the Club’s opening 10 games of the season before heading off to State of Origin duties.

In Game I he picked up a shoulder injury that saw him out of action for several weeks, before returning for Wests Tigers’ Round 16 clash against the Penrith Panthers at Leichhardt Oval — a game that saw him pick up another injury with a fracture in his hand.

The 31-year-old would miss a further month of football with the injury (which also ruled him out of Game III of State of Origin), returning in Round 21 against the Melbourne Storm, before going on to play the Club’s final six games of the regular season.

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Best Game — Round 25 vs. New Zealand Warriors

With the Club desperate to move off the bottom of the ladder and avoid the wooden spoon, Farah produced his best performance of the season against the Warriors — helping his side to a 50-16 thrashing of the visitors. In 67 minutes, Farah scored a try, set up three others, made two linebreaks and 37 tackles in the team's final victory for season 2015.


Season Highlight — Round 25 vs. New Zealand Warriors

In a day filled with highlights, Farah’s best moment came shortly before half-time when a strong run and offload from Curtis Sironen found the hooker in space close to the line, before he flicked the ball back on the inside for Luke Brooks to finish off the play.


Milestones and Achievements

NSW State of Origin Representative

NSWRL True Blue Award


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