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Triple-header at Campbelltown on Saturday

It’s a big day of action on Saturday at Campbelltown Sports Stadium with three of our pathways teams playing back-to-back-to-back.

In a throwback to the old days, all three teams will be playing against the same opposition in the Newcastle Knights.

Kicking off the day’s action is our Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership side, which will be looking to enter the competition’s top four with a win over Newcastle.

Kezie Apps: All smiles after guiding NSW to Origin victory
Kezie Apps: All smiles after guiding NSW to Origin victory

A couple of our ‘big guns’ are on deck to take on the Knights, including victorious NSW Origin captain Kezie Apps and NRLW Premiership winner, Jess Sergis.

Jess Sergis ahead of Wests Tigers debut
Jess Sergis ahead of Wests Tigers debut

You’ll also see quite a few ‘locals’ in action including NSW U/19’s Origin star Losana Lutu, and the electric Curtain sisters.

Losana Lutu: Wests Tigers NSW Origin winner from Leumeah
Losana Lutu: Wests Tigers NSW Origin winner from Leumeah

Our women’s team currently sits sixth on the ladder but just one point behind the third-placed Knights. It’s a logjam of teams vying to qualify for the finals with just four competition points separating the top six teams.

Like Wests Tigers, the Sharks and Roosters are also on ten points. They will face off on Saturday and the winner of that match will join the victor at Campbelltown in the top four.

Next up, in what is sure to be a blockbuster, is our Jersey Flegg team against the Knights in a top four showdown.

NRL Development Players Brandon Tumeth and Lomi Saukuru will be ones to watch on the day, with the impressive Wests Tigers side looking for one of its biggest results of the season.

Brandon Tumeth: Another pathways player tasting U19's Origin success
Brandon Tumeth: Another pathways player tasting U19's Origin success

Wests Tigers Flegg side sits fourth on the ladder after winning eight of its fourteen games.  This should be another gruelling contest against a Knights side which is two competition points above the home side in third position.

The final game of the afternoon is the Knock On Effect NSW Cup fixture between Western Suburbs Magpies and Newcastle Knights.

The Magpies may be second from bottom on the ladder but don’t let that fool you about the quality of this side.  Our team – like most reserve grade teams – has struggled to find consistency with different players coming in and out of the squad from week to week.

This week’s team boasts several players with substantial NRL experience, including the likes of Tyrone Peachey, Jock Madden, Oliver Gildart and Jake Simpkin.

Jock Madden against the Warriors at Campbelltown
Jock Madden against the Warriors at Campbelltown

Get to Campbelltown if you can and support your Wests Tigers teams with three games across six hours.

Gates open at 10:00am. Admission for adults is $10.

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Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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