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Wests Tigers Results: Round 19

It was another weekend of mixed results in Round 19, with Ivan Cleary's NRL side capping off the round with a positive result against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The 22-6 upset win over the then top-of-the-table Rabbitohs keeps the ninth-placed Wests Tigers in the hunt for the top eight with six games remaining in the regular season, with their next challenge coming up on Friday night as they take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

In other grades, the news wasn't as good for the club's Intrust Super Premiership and Jersey Flegg sides as they both went down to the Bulldogs at Belmore on Saturday. However, the club's Men's and Women's Touch Football sides both booked their place in the Grand Final with wins over the Newcastle Knights.

The NRL Touch Football Premiership Grand Final will be played at Cbus Super Stadium this Sunday with both the men's and women's teams taking on the Brisbane Broncos for the inaugural premiership.

The games will precede the Gold Coast Titans clash against the New Zealand Warriors.



NRL — Wests Tigers 22 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 6 at ANZ Stadium

ISP — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 40 def. Western Suburbs Magpies 22 at Belmore Sports Ground

JERSEY FLEGG — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 30 def. Wests Tigers 14 at Belmore Sports Ground

TOUCH, WOMEN'S — Wests Tigers 9 def. Newcastle Knights 5 at ANZ Stadium

TOUCH, MEN'S — Wests Tigers 4 def. Newcastle Knights 3



NRL — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs vs. Wests Tigers (Fri., July 27 at ANZ Stadium)

ISP — Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles vs. Western Suburbs Magpies (Sat., July 28 at Lottoland)

RON MASSEY — Western Suburbs Magpies vs. St. Mary's (Sat., July 28 at Campbelltown Stadium)

TOUCH, WOMEN'S — Wests Tigers vs. Brisbane Broncos (Sun., July 29 at Cbus Super Stadium)

TOUCH, MEN'S — Wests Tigers vs. Brisbane Broncos (Sun., July 29 at Cbus Super Stadium)

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