Wests Tigers centre Paul Momirovski etched his name in to the club's history books on Sunday with a stunning 26-point haul in his side's big win over the St. George-Illawarra Dragons.
Momirovski's hat-trick and seven goals saw the centre bag 26 of his side's 42 points — one of the best individual hauls by any player in a game this season.
Historically, it was a day to remember for the 23-year-old, whose 26 points in a game rank as the second most scored by a Wests Tigers player in history, trailing only Brett Hodgson's famous 30-point haul against the North Queensland Cowboys in Week One of the 2005 finals series.
Hodgson's record is an NRL finals record that still stands to this day.
The performance capped off a big fortnight with the boot for Momirovski, who also landed seven goals last week against the Knights at Campbelltown.
Momirovski will look to keep his good form going this Sunday when his side take on the Cronulla Sharks in a must-win game at Leichhardt Oval, with the winner set to feature in eighth spot and earn themselves a finals berth for 2019.
MOST POINTS IN A GAME, WESTS TIGERS
|30 points||Brett Hodgson||3 tries, 9 goals||2005||North Queensland Cowboys|
|26 points||Paul Momirovski||3 tries, 7 goals||2019||St. George-Illawarra Dragons|
|24 points||Benji Marshall||2 tries, 8 goals||2009||Cronulla Sharks|
|22 points||Brett Hodgson||1 try, 9 goals||2005||Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs|
|22 points||Pat Richards||2 tries, 7 goals||2014||Gold Coast Titans|