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Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership Coach David Heath has named his team for the Club's Round 1 match against the Wyong Roos this Saturday afternoon.

Kickoff for the match is at 3:00pm AEDT from Morry Breen Oval at Wyong.

Heath's squad is boosted by the inclusion of several key players including full-time players Watson Heleta, Jack Littlejohn, Justin Hunt, JJ Felise, Junior Tatola and Bayley Sironen.

Veteran hooker Matt Ballin will also make his return from injury in the team, coming off the interchange bench with Jeremy Marshall-King named to start the match at hooker.

Heath also announced that Nathan Milone and Matt Eisenhuth will co-captain the team in season 2017, saying that the recognition was a great reward for both players.

"We have Matt obviously representing the full-time group, and he came from the part-time squad in 2016, which is outstanding work on his behalf," Heath said.

"Nathan is coming back from a long-term injury and really applied himself with the part-time squad in the off-season. He was in the full-time group last year so I think we have a good blend of the full-time and part-time in those positions, that way we can make both groups feel as though they are a part of it.

"I'm looking forward to seeing what the boys have to offer as far as leadership goes."

See how Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership side will line up in Round 1 below!

Be there for our first home game of 2017 when we take on the Penrith Panthers!


1. Watson Heleta
2. Moses Suli
3. Toni Tali
4. Nathan Milone (capt.)
5. Christian Yassmin
6. Jack Littlejohn
7. Justin Hunt
8. Jordan Grant
9. Jeremy Marshall-King
10. JJ Felise
11. Esan Marsters
12. Bayley Sironen
13. Darcy Cox

14. Matt Ballin
15. Wesley Lolo
16. Junior Tatola
17. Veiru Mapesone
18. Jackson Williams

Coach: David Heath


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