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Ready to roar in Tamworth

Anticipation is building as Wests Tigers prepare to descend upon Tamworth for the Round 22 clash against South Sydney Rabbitohs at Scully Park.

The match is also part of the NRL's Women in League Round, where both clubs will pay homage to the significant role of women in our game.

As has been the case in previous years, Friday's game is a sellout.

But it's not just about the game; the Wests Tigers will again make a lasting impact off the field with a series of community engagements.

Wests Tigers events in Tamworth

On Wednesday morning our community team will deliver the Wests Tigers Teach program at two local schools before a visit to the Tamworth and Armidale Aboriginal Children's service.


Wests Tigers NRL All-female High School Tag Day


Plain Street Playing Fields, Tamworth

Wests Tigers NRL Players Meet & Greet


Scully Park, Tamworth


Wests Tigers All Abilities Clinic


Tamworth Sports Dome

Wests Tigers would like to thank Tamworth Sports Dome for helping to make this event possible. 

Wests Tigers Members Function


Location: Wests Leagues, Tamworth

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Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe says the club is eager to build on its strong connection with the Tamworth region.

"While the game is the centrepiece of our visit to Tamworth, we believe in creating memories and connections that go beyond the field," said Pascoe.

Our community engagements aim to foster unity, inclusivity, and support, reflecting the values of Wests Tigers both on and off the pitch.

Justin Pascoe
Acknowledgement of Country

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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