Wests Tigers are preparing for another emotion-charged match day, five days after the team’s epic win over Parramatta.
Adrenalin was pumping when Jackson Hastings slotted a last-minute field goal on Easter Monday. And emotions are sure to run high again…before, during and after, Saturday’s home game against South Sydney.
Wests Tigers are aiming for back-to-back wins, and the Bunnies three on the hop, as both clubs gear up for a bumper double header.
The Anzac Round fixture will also feature the season-opener between Wests Tigers and South Sydney in the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership, which kicks off at 5.15pm.
Both clubs and those at the game will have the opportunity to take part in a special Anzac Commemorative service before the main game kicks off at 7.35pm.
Wests Tigers forward Joe Ofahengaue says playing in an Anzac Round fixture is a privilege, “It’s a great week to play footy and honour all the women and men who have fought for this country and New Zealand.”
All games are important, but this is one that every player gets be up for.”
We felt so proud as a team a few days back. Seeing our fans screaming and cheering was just such a buzzJoe Ofahengaue
It’s our intention to back that up with another big performance.”
Those heading to CommBank Stadium on Saturday are reminded that travel on public transport is FREE, as part of the NSW Government’s initiative over the Easter holiday period
5:00pm: Gates Open at CommBank Stadium
5:15pm: Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership - Wests Tigers v South Sydney Rabbitohs
7:35pm: Round 7 Telstra NRL Premiership - Wests Tigers v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Wests Tigers are proud to have Legacy as our official charity partner for this ANZAC Round fixture.
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