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Wests Tigers NRL

The Wests Tigers enter the 2024 season being the only side in NRL history to finish last on the ladder, only for their following year to be even worse. The Tigers finished 17th last season with Api Koroisau, Isaiah Papali’i and John Bateman at the club, now the additions of veteran halfback Aidan Sezer and star international centre Justin Olam to the squad put further pressure on the club to succeed in 2024.

Can rookie head coach and club legend Benji Marshall rally his Tigers troops and avoid winning a third wooden spoon in a row?

Will Tim Sheens be able to unite a club often torn by in house fighting and media scrutiny to take the Tigers back to the NRL Finals?


About the Wests Tigers

Established: 1999
Home grounds: Campbelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval, Bankwest Stadium
Coach: Benji Marshall
Captain: Apisai Koroisau
Premierships: One – 2005
2023 ladder finish: 17th (4-20)

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Updated Wests Tigers futures odds

2024 Premiership Most Losses Top Wests Tigers Tryscorer
Feb $101 $3 J Olam $13
Mar $126 $2.50 J Olam $13
Apr $101 $7 J Bula $2.75
May
Jun
Jul $1501.00 $2.15
Aug
Sep

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2024 Wests Tigers draw

West Tigers 2019 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 BYE
2 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium, Canberra Saturday, March 16
3 Cronulla Sharks Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Saturday, March 23 7:35pm
4 Parramatta Eels CommBank Stadium, Sydney Monday, April 1 4:00pm
5 Dolphins Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Saturday, April 6 7:35pm
6 Penrith Panthers Carrington Park, Bathurst Saturday, April 20 3:00pm
8 Brisbane Broncos Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney Saturday, April 27 5:30pm
9 Canterbury Bulldogs Accor Stadium, Sydney Saturday, May 4 3:00pm
10 Newcastle Knights Scully Park, Tamworth Saturday, May 11 3:00pm
11 Dolphins Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Sunday, May 19 6:25pm
12 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville Friday, May 24 6:00pm
13 BYE
14 Gold Coast Titans Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Saturday, June 15 3:00pm
16 Canberra Raiders Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney Sunday, June 23 4:05pm
17 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium, Sydney Sunday, June 30 6:15pm
18 Melbourne Storm Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Saturday, July 6 5:30pm
19 Cronulla Sharks PointsBet Stadium, Sydney Friday, July 12 8:00pm
20 South Sydney Rabbitohs Industree Group Stadium, Gosford Saturday, July 20 3:00pm
21 New Zealand Warriors Go Media Stadium, Auckland Friday, July 26 6:00pm
22 North Queensland Cowboys Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Thursday, August 1 7:50pm
23 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle Sunday, August 11 4:05pm
24 South Sydney Rabbitohs Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney Saturday, August 17 7:35pm
25 Manly Sea Eagles Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Thursday, August 22 7:50pm
26 BYE
27 Parramatta Eels Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney Friday, September 6 6:00pm

Wests players to watch in 2024

Jahream Bula

Jahream Bula

Born: 30/1/2002
Games: 19
Tries: 5
Position: Fullback

Jahream Bula had a breakout season in 2023 running for 160m per game, recording several line breaks and try assists, as well as scoring five tries. Typically, debutants of the NRL suffer from ‘second-year syndrome’ where they struggle to adjust to the full-time, week-in week-out rigours of playing first-grade football. In his short career, Bula has already played for Fiji in the 2023 Pacific Championship and signed a long-term deal to stay at the Tigers until 2027. Fans and administrators will be hoping this is enough to ensure consistently strong performances into the future.

Justin Olam

Justin Olam

Born: 23/12/1993
Games: 104
Tries: 46
Position: Centre

Justin Olam will play a key role, not only in attack with this Tigers side, but in the middle third of the field with his ball carrying. Strong carry’s from the Tigers end by Olam will make life easier for the forwards to get onside and reduce the amount of extra work they do between sets. If Olam can carry the ball strongly along with his teammates, he will be a very important pickup for this side.

Stefano Utoikamanu

Stefano Utoikamanu

Born: 15/5/2000
Games: 55
Tries: 8
Position: Prop

Stefano Utoikamanu is entering his fifth season the NRL as a highly-touted future leader of the Tigers. So far in his career, partially due to injury, Utoikamanu has struggled to live up to the lofty expectations that have been set. If he continues to fail at the Tigers, this may be his last season at the club.


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