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Get to know one of our new recruits for season 2016 — Jack Littlejohn!

Littlejohn joins Wests Tigers after spending two seasons with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, where he made his first-grade debut in 2014 and played a total of five NRL games.

Prior to that, Littlejohn played his junior football with the Sydney Roosters in 2010 and 2011 alongside then NYC Coach Jason Taylor — now Head Coach of Wests Tigers. 

In 2012, Littlejohn featured in the Newtown Jets' NSW Cup Grand Final win over Balmain Ryde-Eastwood Tigers, a team which included the likes of Tim Simona and Ava Seumanufagai, whom he now joins as teammates in Wests Tigers' first-grade squad.

As he began pre-season training, the 23-year-old spoke about his move to Wests Tigers.

"It's been really exciting for me," he said. "I can't wait to get out there and have a game.

"It's a very young squad here, but they've made me feel really welcome.

"It's real good to be back with Jason Taylor too. He did a lot of work with me in the 20's, especially on my kicking game, and made me a lot better player than what I was.

"My goal now is just to play some consistent footy," he said.

"I was a bit up-and-down last year so I just want to play some consistent footy — regardless of what grade I might be playing in throughout the year."

Hear more from Jack Littlejohn about his excitement to join Wests Tigers above.

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Player Profile — Jack Littlejohn

D.O.B: 8th November, 1991

Position: Five-Eighth, Halfback, Fullback

Junior Club: Wagga Wagga Brothers

Previous Clubs: Sydney Roosters (2010-12), Canterbury (2013), Manly-Warringah (2014-15)

FG Debut: Manly-Warringah vs. Canberra Raiders, Brookvale Oval, 27/04/2014 (Rd.8)

Follow Jack on Instagram: @jacklittlejohn91


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