You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content

Brock Corfe and Dan Talintyre run you through the key players at Wests Tigers for NRL Fantasy in 2016, and give some tips as to which players you want in your team!

Click here to register NOW for NRL Fantasy and pick your team for the season ahead!


The Must-Haves

James Tedesco, FLB ($482,000)

"I think with Robbie Farah and Aaron Woods both being established Origin players, I think they'll be in there again for the Blues and will miss that part of the year. A lot of people are expecting James Tedesco to get there, but just because he's not established there already, I'm leaning towards him. I think he's going to be in for a big year again — obviously scored 17 tries last year, and I wouldn't be surprised to see him top that number in 2016." — Brock Corfe


The Mid-Range

Sauaso Sue, 2RF/FRF ($325,000)

"I expect Sauaso to pick up his minutes again this year and put in a lot of work in the middle of the park. Sauaso is stepping into the leadership role too, so I think he'll be in for a big 2016. He's also a great dual-position player so he can slot in at prop or second row." — Brock Corfe


Tim Grant, FRF ($282,000)

"I think you'll see his price rise pretty quickly this year. His price is based on last-year's numbers at Souths with reduced minutes, and I think you'll see with Galloway andTaupau both leaving the Club, you'll see Tim's price rise as he gets more minutes and his work-rate increases as a result of that. He'll also be really handy over that Origin period." — Dan Talintyre


Chris Lawrence, CTW/2RF ($279,000)

"Chris made the move into the back-row halfway through last season and I'm looking forward to seeing him step up in the back-row full-time this year and get through a lot of work in defence and attack. He can also play in the centres too in NRL Fantasy, so again, another one of the dual-position guys that are really handy to have in your squad." — Brock Corfe


The Cheapies

Jordan Rankin, HLF ($179,000)

"Jordan has come over from Hull FC and really impressed the coaching staff all pre-season, so I'm looking forward to a big year from Jordan. He's also a noted goal-kicker, and with Pat Richards heading off to France, there's an option there for him to kick goals. And if that does happen, I think he's really good value at just under $180,000." — Brock Corfe


Rod Griffin, FRF ($130,000)

"I think Rod is really capable of pushing into this squad this year. Maybe it's a bench spot or through Origin, but you'll definitely see his minutes and his work-rate increase throughout the year, and that should see his price rise pretty high — a bit of a cash cow!" — Dan Talintyre


Wests Tigers Squad Price List

Robbie Farah ($487,000) 

James Tedesco ($482,000) 

Aaron Woods ($440,000) 

Matt Ballin ($350,000) 

David Nofoaluma ($347,000) 

Kyle Lovett ($332,000) 

Sauaso Sue ($325,000) 

Luke Brooks ($298,000) 

Mitchell Moses ($290,000) 

Curtis Sironen ($284,000) 

Tim Grant ($282,000) 

Tim Simona ($280,000) 

Chris Lawrence ($279,000) 

Ava Seumanufagai ($270,000) 

Dene Halatau ($238,000) 

Kevin Naiqama ($238,000) 

Jack Buchanan ($217,000) 

Justin Hunt ($211,000) 

Josh Drinkwater ($202,000) 

Jordan Rankin ($179,000) 

Joel Edwards ($170,000) 

Manaia Cherrington ($157,000) 

Jack Littlejohn ($134,000) 

Lamar Liolevave ($134,000) 

Michael Chee-Kam ($134,000) 

Asipeli Fine ($130,000) 

Chance Peni ($130,000) 

Josh Aloiai ($130,000) 

Rod Griffin ($130,000) 

William McConnachie ($130,000)