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Match Report: HNW Round 8

Wests Tigers Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership Coach Adel Hage has kicked off his tenure in charge with a 48-22 win over Wentworthville Magpies at Ringrose Park. 

In a smashing victory, the centre pairing of Tess Staines and Keele Browne both scored hat-tricks and led the away side to their fourth win of the season. 

Wests Tigers now sit in fifth place, on 10 points; equal with the fourth-placed Newcastle Knights. 

In a superb week for Wests Tigers, after the official announcement of their admission into the NRLW in 2023, Imogen Gobran also made her Women’s Premiership debut off the interchange bench to become the first Balmain junior to progress through every stage of the club’s female pathways system. 

Gobran follows the path of Losana Lutu, who earlier this season became the first Western Suburbs junior to follow the same path towards playing in the senior Women’s Premiership side. 

Wests Tigers have a chance to enter the top four with a win in two weeks' time against the Knights. 

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