Wests Tigers NYC Holden Cup side saw their season come to a close on Friday night, going down 28-22 to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in their Semi Final clash.

After starting the season with a new Head Coach in Brett Kimmorley, Wests Tigers produced another strong year to end the regular season in 5th position — going two weeks into the finals series before being eliminated in the exact same stage as they were in 2014.

Wests Tigers have now made the NYC Holden Cup finals series every year since 2011, and with much of this year's squad still eligible to play in the competition next year, Kimmorley's side look to be in a good position to be stronger again in season 2016.

Take a look back at the year that was for Wests Tigers NYC side with all the details below.

 

2015 Season Results

R1 — Gold Coast Titans 34 def. Wests Tigers 18

(Liddle, Cerruto, Marsters tries; Levido 2/3 goals)

 

R2 — Wests Tigers 50 def. St. George-Illawarra Dragons 26

(Cerruto 2, Martin 2, Levido, McCormack, Heleta, Murray, Liddle tries; Levido 7/9 goals)

 

R3 — South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 def. Wests Tigers 20

(Jacobs, Marsters, Heleta tries; Levido 4/5 goals)

 

R4 — Wests Tigers 34 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22

(Karwhin 3, Tohi, Liddle, Felise tries; Levido 5/6 goals)

 

R5 — Wests Tigers 42 def. Parramatta Eels 10

(Cassel, Alofi, Tatola, Karwhin, Tohi, Liddle, Murray, Martin tries; Levido 5/8 goals)

 

R6 — New Zealand Warriors 38 def. Wests Tigers 4

(Karwhin tries; Levido 0/1 goals)

 

R7 — Canberra Raiders 40 def. Wests Tigers 32

(Karwhin 3, Woods, Satterthwaite, Liddle tries; Woods 4/5, Marshall-King 0/1 goals)

 

R8 — Wests Tigers 46 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 6

(Tohi 3, Satterthwaite 2, Karwhin, Marsters, Heleta, Tatola tries; Woods 4/8, Marshall-King 1/1 goals)

 

R9 — Sydney Roosters 38 def. Wests Tigers 28

(Cassel 2, Marsters 2, Martin tries; Woods 4/5 goals)

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R10 — Wests Tigers 52 def. Newcastle Knights 16

(Martin 3, Mapesone, Woods, Heleta, Wheelhouse, Marshall-King, Marsters tries; Woods 7/8, Marshall-King 1/1 goals)

 

R11 — North Queensland Cowboys 24 def. Wests Tigers 14

(Mapesone, Sironen, Tohi tries; Woods 1/3 goals)

 

R13 — Wests Tigers 34 def. Gold Coast Titans 32

(Karwhin 2, Sironen, Heleta, Jacobs, Mapseone tries; Mapesone 5/7 goals)

 

R14 — Wests Tigers 28 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 22

(Liddle, Jacobs, Martin, Heleta, Seve tries; Mapesone 4/6 goals)

 

R15 — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 44 def. Wests Tigers 24

(Mapesone 2, Heleta, Marsters tries; Mapesone 4/4 goals)

 

R16 — Wests Tigers 10 def. Penrith Panthers 6

(Seve, Satterthwaite tries; Mapesone 1/2 goals)

 

R17 — Parramatta Eels 20 def. Wests Tigers 18

(Karwhin, Heleta, Wheelhouse, Liolevave tries; Mapesone 1/4 goals)

 

R19 — Brisbane Broncos 40 def. Wests Tigers 24

(Marshall-King, Marsters, Tatola, Stone tries; Woods 4/4 goals)

 

R20 — Sydney Roosters 28 def. Wests Tigers 22

(Marsters, Lodge, Marshall-King, Karwhin tries; Woods 3/4 goals)

 

R21 — Wests Tigers 34 def. Melbourne Storm 18

(Tatola 2, Jacobs, Karwhin, Liddle, Mapesone tries; Woods 4/4, Marshall-King 0/1, Satterthwaite 1/1 goals)

 

R22 — Canberra Raiders 36 def. Wests Tigers 34

(Karwhin 2, Lodge, Stone, Seve, Satterthwaite tries; Woods 5/6 goals)

 

R23 — Wests Tigers 54 def. Newcastle Knights 12

(Karwhin 2, Cassel 2, Marsters 2, Felise, Marshall-King, Wheelhouse, Jacobs tries; Woods 7/9; Mapesone 0/1 goals)

 

R24 — Wests Tigers 46 def. Cronulla Sharks 20

(Sironen 2, Karwhin 2, Wheelhouse, Marsters, Martin, Tatola, Seve tries; Woods 3/4, Martin 1/2, Mapesone 1/2, Marshall-King 0/1 goals)

 

R25 — Wests Tigers 16 drew New Zealand Warriors 16

(Liddle, Seve, Alofi tries; Woods 1/1, Marshall-King 1/2 goals)

 

R26 — Wests Tigers 30 def. St. George-Illawarra Dragons 26

(Seve 2, Cassel, Karwhin, Marsters tries; Woods 3/3, Mapesone 2/2 goals)

 

Finals, Wk.1 — Wests Tigers 24 def. Canberra Raiders 22

(Marshall-King 2, Seve, Martin, Mapesone tries; Woods 1/4, Marshall-King 1/1 goals)

 

Finals, Wk.2 — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28 def. Wests Tigers 22

(Seve 2, Marsters, Karwhin tries; Woods 2/3, Mapesone 1/1 goals)

 

2015 Player Statistics

MOST TRIES

22 — Obed Karwhin

14 — Esan Marsters

10 — Te Maire Martin, Marion Seve

8 — Watston Heleta, Jacob Liddle

7 — Veiru Mapesone

6 — Tyler Cassel, Jeremy Marshall-King, Junior Tatola, John Tohi

 

MOST GOALS

54 — Matthew Woods (76.05% conversion success)

23 — Eli Levido (71.85% conversion success)

19 — Veiru Mapesone (65.5% conversion success)

3 — Jeremy Marshall-King (50.0% conversion success)

1 — Te Maire Martin, Tom Satterthwaite (both 100% conversion success)

 

MOST TACKLES

755 — Jacob Liddle (32.8 tackles per game)

639 — Tyler Cassel (33.6 tackles per game)

516 — Matthew Woods (28.6 tackles per game)

469 — Junior Tatola (21.3 tackles per game)

433 — Bayley Sironen (30.9 tackles per game)

413 — JJ Felise (20.65 tackles per game)

 

MOST HIT-UPS

276 — JJ Felise (13.8 hit-ups per game)

235 — Junior Tatola (10.7 hit-ups per game)

210 — Pio Sokobalava (10.0 hit-ups per game)

160 — Esan Marsters (7.6 hit-ups per game)

189 — Matthew Woods (10.5 hit-ups per game)

117 — Tyler Cassel (6.1 hit-ups per game)

 

MOST METRES

3191 — JJ Felise (159.6 metres per game)

2552 — Junior Tatola (116.0 metres per game)

2447 — Ryland Jacobs (106.3 metres per game)

2303 — Pio Sokobalava (109.6 metres per game)

2111 — Te Maire Martin (91.7 metres per game)

2066 — Jacob Liddle (89.8 metres per game)