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It was a dominant team performance from Wests Tigers as they dispatched the South Sydney Rabbitohs 30-14 in their Round 14 clash on Friday night at ANZ Stadium.

The home side led from start to finish to record their second win against the Rabbitohs in 2016 — the first time since 2008 the Club has recorded the double over South Sydney.

See all the key numbers and match facts from the 16-point victory on Friday night!

In case you missed it, click here to watch all the Match Highlights from the win!


Completions: Wests Tigers 34/39 (87.2%), South Sydney 23/30 (76.7%)

Errors: Wests Tigers 4, South Sydney 7

Offloads: Wests Tigers 17, South Sydney 10

Linebreaks: Wests Tigers 6, South Sydney 5

Missed Tackles: Wests Tigers 24, South Sydney 44

Penalties Conceded: Wests Tigers 5, South Sydney 9

Metres Gained: Wests Tigers 1643m (181 runs), South Sydney 1323m (153 runs)

Kick Metres: Wests Tigers 394m (17 kicks), South Sydney 432m (18 kicks)

Possession: Wests Tigers 55%, South Sydney 45%




Kevin Naiqama — 159 metres from 15 runs

James Tedesco — 155 metres from 17 runs


Tim Simona — 126 metres from 15 runs

Aaron Woods — 124 metres from 14 runs

David Nofoaluma — 121 metres from 13 runs

Chris Lawrence — 117 metres from 13 runs

Tim Grant — 116 metres from 13 runs

Kyle Lovett — 113 metres from 14 runs

Josh Addo-Carr — 112 metres from 14 runs

Ava Seumanufagai — 108 metres from 12 runs



Elijah Taylor — 39 tackles

Robbie Farah — 25 tackles

Chris Lawrence — 24 tackles

Kyle Lovett — 23 tackles



David Nofoaluma — 7 tackle busts

Kevin Naiqama — 7 tackle busts

Chris Lawrence — 6 tackle busts

Robbie Farah — 4 tackle busts

James Tedesco — 4 tackle busts



Sauaso Sue — 3 offloads

Aaron Woods — 3 offloads

Kevin Naiqama — 3 offloads

Tim Simona — 2 offloads

David Nofoaluma — 2 offloads



•   Wests Tigers recorded their second win over South Sydney this season (won back in Round 9). It's the first time since 2008 they've beaten Souths twice in the same year.

•   Robbie Farah recorded his first try of the year, and moved to 60 career tries in the process. He's now just three tries away from the most tries by a hooker in NRL history.

•   Chris Lawrence also bagged another four-pointer, and is just two tries away from becoming the Club's all-time top try-scorer (Benji Marshall holds the record on 76).

•   The Club's 17 offloads were a season-high (average was 6.3 per game before match).

•   Luke Brooks leads the NRL with 14 linebreak assists so far in season 2016.

•   Tim Simona scored a try for the third straight game, the first time since 2013.


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