For just the second time this season, all three Wests Tigers grades recorded victories in the same weekend — taking down South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 9.

It began on Thursday night as Wests Tigers Holden Cup side thrashed the Rabbitohs 46-0, before first-grade produced a stunning upset to down South Sydney 30-22.  Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership then made it a perfect weekend by fighting back to defeat Souths’ feeder team, North Sydney Bears, 36-18 at Moss Vale Oval on Saturday.

All three grades will now have the weekend off as players fulfill their representative commitments, before returning next weekend to take on Canterbury and Wyong.

See all the results from the weekend’s game, how each Wests Tigers grade is currently faring on their respective ladders and the leading try-scorers from each grade below.

Be there as Wests Tigers wear their first ever Indigenous Jersey against the Bulldogs!

NRL

ROUND 9 RESULTS

Wests Tigers 30 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 22

Parramatta Eels 20 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 12

Penrith Panthers 19 def. Canberra Raiders 18

Sydney Roosters 38 def. Newcastle Knights 0

North Queensland Cowboys 34 def. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 18

New Zealand Warriors 26 def. St. George-Illawarra Dragons 10

Melbourne Storm 38 def. Gold Coast Titans 0

Cronulla Sharks 30 def. Brisbane Broncos 28

 

NRL LADDER — AFTER ROUND 9

1. North Queensland Cowboys (14 points, +140 F/A)

2. Brisbane Broncos (14 points, +135 F/A)

3. Melbourne Storm (14 points, +98 F/A)

4. Cronulla Sharks (14 points, +61 F/A)

5. Parramatta Eels (12 points, +45 F/A)

6. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (10 points, +21 F/A)

7. Canberra Raiders (9 points, +18 F/A)

8. Penrith Panthers (8 points, -11 F/A)

14. Wests Tigers (6 points, -55 F/A)

 

WESTS TIGERS NRL TRY-SCORERS

James Tedesco — 9 tries

Jordan Rankin — 6 tries

Kevin Naiqama — 6 tries

David Nofoaluma — 5 tries

Luke Brooks — 2 tries

Chris Lawrence — 2 tries

NYC Holden Cup

ROUND 9 RESULTS

Wests Tigers 46 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 0

Parramatta Eels 36 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 12

Penrith Panthers 74 def. Canberra Raiders 10

Sydney Roosters 34 def. Newcastle Knights 16

North Queensland Cowboys 34 def. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 22

St. George-Illawarra Dragons 50 def. New Zealand Warriors 0

Melbourne Storm 26 def. Gold Coast Titans 18

Cronulla Sharks 36 def. Brisbane Broncos 26

 

NYC LADDER — AFTER ROUND 9

1. Penrith Panthers (16 points, +270 F/A)

2. Wests Tigers (13 points, +100 F/A)

3. North Queensland Cowboys (12 points, +61 F/A)

4. Sydney Roosters (12 points, +47 F/A)

5. Cronulla Sharks (12 points, +44 F/A)

6. Parramatta Eels (11 points, +26 F/A)

7. Newcastle Knights (11 points, -5 F/A)

8. St. George-Illawarra Dragons (8 points, +25 F/A)

 

WESTS TIGERS NYC TRY-SCORERS

Veiru Mapesone — 7 tries

Esan Marsters — 7 tries

Luke Sharpe — 5 tries

Jacob Liddle — 5 tries

Obed Karwhin — 5 tries

Intrust Super Premiership

ROUND 9 RESULTS

Mounties RLFC 30 def. Penrith Panthers 18

Wests Tigers 36 def. North Sydney Bears 18

Newtown Jets 22 def. Wentworthville Magpies 10

Wyong Roos 28 def. Newcastle Knights 6

New Zealand Warriors 42 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 12

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 42 def. Illawarra Cutters 12

 

ISP LADDER — AFTER ROUND 9

1. Mounties RLFC (16 points, +80 F/A)

2. Newtown Jets (13 points, +40 F/A)

3. New Zealand Warriors (12 points, +66 F/A)

4. Wests Tigers (12 points, +27 F/A)

5. Wyong Roos (12 points, +24 F/A)

6. Illawarra Cutters (12 points, +19 F/A)

7. Wentworthville Magpies (10 points, +16 F/A)

8. North Sydney Bears (10 points, -27 F/A)

 

WESTS TIGERS ISP TRY-SCORERS

Chance Peni — 7 tries

Josh-Addo Carr — 7 tries

Watson Heleta — 3 tries

Jeremy Marshall-King — 3 tries

Jayden Wheelhouse — 3 tries

Tyler Cassel — 3 tries

Josh Drinkwater — 3 tries