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Team List: NRL Round 18 vs Storm

Wests Tigers coach Benji Marshall has named a 22-man squad for Saturday's Round 18 match against the Storm at Leichhardt Oval.

There are a few changes to the side following Sunday’s Round 17 loss to the Roosters.

Charlie Staines returns to the team on the wing after missing the last two games, with Solomona Faataape pushing into the centres to replace Brent Naden.

John Bateman replaces Reuben Porter in the second row after making his return from injury last weekend off the bench.

Heath Mason returns to the team in the No.14 jersey after being 18th man against the Roosters.

Team List:

1.  Jahream Bula - sponsored by Exclusive Estate Agents 

2.  Luke Laulilii - sponsored by Gavmanak 

3.  Solomona Faataape - sponsored by Mater Dei on behalf of the Kirk Family

4.  Adam Doueihi - sponsored by Ultra Building Works 

5.  Charlie Staines - sponsored by APN Compounding

6.  Lachlan Galvin - sponsored by Leumeah Shopping Centre

7.  Aidan Sezer - sponsored by Club Menangle 

8.  Stefano Utoikamanu - sponsored by ZWealth Group

9.  Api Koroisau (c) - sponsored by ZRealty Group 

10.  Fonua Pole - sponsored by Tidda Workforce

11. John Bateman - sponsored by Murray Kennedy Real Estate 

12.  Samuela Fainu - sponsored by The Meat Man 

13. Justin Matamua - sponsored by LC Wealth 


14. Heath Mason - sponsored by Ellis Consolidated 

15. Sione Fainu - sponsored by MARS Forklifts 

16. Alex Seyfarth - sponsored by Gavmanak 

17. David Klemmer - sponsorship available 


18. Reuben Porter - sponsored by All Occasion Cruises 

19. Tallyn Da Silva - sponsored by Wests Tigers Foundation

20. Solomon Alaimalo - sponsored by Wests Tigers Foundation 

21. Kit Laulilii - sponsored by Wests Tigers Foundation 

22. Justin Olam - sponsored by Wests Tigers Foundation 

Coach: Benji Marshall - sponsored by Pepper Money

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