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Wests Tigers in the 2018 Representative Round

Nine Wests Tigers players were in action over the 2018 Representative Round with a number of impressive performances across the board for their respective teams.

The action kicked off on Saturday with five players in action throughout the Pacific doubleheaders, before Esan Marsters made his debut for New Zealand in the iconic Test match against England in Denver.

And while Wests Tigers might not have had any players in the Origin arena, the three players selected in the NSW Residents game certainly did their job as the Blues chalked up a big win over Queensland.



New South Wales Women 16 def. Queensland Women 10 at North Sydney Oval

Papua New Guinea 26 def. Fiji 14 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Tonga 38 def. Samoa 22 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

England 36 def. New Zealand 16 at Mile High Stadium, Denver

New South Wales Residents 36 def. Queensland Residents 20 at ANZ Stadium

New South Wales Origin 18 def. Queensland Origin 14 at ANZ Stadium



Kevin Naiqama, Fiji

80 minutes, 15 runs for 215 metres, 1 try assist, 1 linebreak assist, 4 tackle breaks, 2 tackles

Tuimoala Lolohea, Tonga

80 minutes, 3 runs for 14 metres, 2 tackle breaks, 1 offload, 130 kick metres, 15 tackles

Michael Chee Kam, Samoa

80 minutes, 10 runs for 110 metres, 4 tackle breaks, 37 tackles

Josh Aloiai, Samoa

40 minutes, 6 runs for 55 metres, 27 tackles

Pita Godinet, Samoa

54 minutes, 3 runs for 15 metres, 1 tackle break, 1 offload, 21 tackles

Esan Marsters, New Zealand

80 minutes, 1 try, 13 runs for 187 metres, 1 linebreak assist, 2 linebreaks, 6 tackle breaks, 4 offloads

Luke Garner, NSW Residents

80 minutes, 1 try, 9 runs for 82 metres, 1 linebreak, 3 tackle breaks, 30 tackles

Bayley Sironen, NSW Residents

24 minutes, 5 runs for 49 metres, 2 tackle breaks, 9 tackles

JJ Felise, NSW Residents

45 minutes, 11 runs for 119 metres, 1 tackle break, 15 tackles