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Four Wests Tigers teams in action across ANZAC Day

All four Wests Tigers teams will be in action across ANZAC Day this Sunday as the club looks to produce a strong performance across the board in its respective men's and women's competitions.

Headlined by the club's NRL clash against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at Bankwest Stadium — the first time the club has played a first-grade game on ANZAC Day since 2004 — there's certainly no shortage of Wests Tigers games to follow across the day with four men's and women's teams all in play.

Wests Tigers Jersey Flegg will kick off the day when they take on the Sea Eagles at TG Millner Field from 11:15am, with Wayne Lambkin's side looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season after two months of play.

After piling on the points early last week against South Sydney, Wests Tigers were made to dig deep in their defensive resolve to hang on for a nervy 28-24 win — keeping them just one point off the competition leaders after six rounds.

They'll now face a Manly side who have won each of their last two games and possess the fourth best attack in the competition despite sitting in seventh.

Across Sydney, Wests Tigers Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership team will kick off shortly after Jersey Flegg as they take on the Wentworthville Magpies.

Neil Stanley's side were strong performers in their last-start against St. Mary's prior to the bye in Round 6, but will be without Kiwi representative Raecene McGregor for this week's clash after she went off injured against the Saints.

Despite earned their first win of the year earlier this month against Cabramatta, it's been a tough start to the year for the Magpies who went down 26-10 last week to Glebe and now find themselves just two points off the bottom of the ladder.

Sandwiched in between those games is the club's high-flying Knock-On Effect NSW Cup side, who will open proceedings at Bankwest Stadium in their curtain-raiser match against the Blacktown-Workers Sea Eagles at 11:20am.

The Magpies are flying with four wins on the bounce and, with the best attacking record in the competition in tow, will be eager to extend their form on Sunday as they host a Sea Eagles side who haven't won since Round 1.

Despite their apparent run of form, however, there's plenty to be wary about with the visitors as the likes of Tim Simona, Jorge Taufua, Brad Keighran offer plenty of attacking potential on a surface conducive to free-flowing football.

Wests Tigers Members and fans will be able to catch the game live on Fox League.

With those three games wrapping up just after lunch, there's time for one more fixture in the football feast and it's one worth waiting for as Wests Tigers look to end their run of three defeats when they take on a rejuvenated Manly side in NRL.

The Tom Trbojevic-inspired Sea Eagles bounced back to form last week with a 36-0 drubbing over the Gold Coast Titans, while Wests Tigers were also right in the thick of it as they went down to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Golden Point.

Having lost no admirers with their performance against the cardinal and myrtle, Michael Maguire's men will be determined to turn their efforts into competition points this week as they search for their first victory at home in 2021.

With tickets still available, make sure you're there early for a special pre-game ANZAC ceremony at Bankwest Stadium underway from 1:30pm.

The quartet of Sunday games aren't the only action to have taken place over the weekend either, with the club's Western Suburbs Magpies Harold Matthews side facing the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in their Semi Final on Saturday.

Keep your eyes peeled to the club's Pathways Hub for all the latest results.