TRIAL MATCHES 2016...

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Re: TRIAL MATCHES 2016...

Post by Sabre » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 2:04 pm

Are we still connected with X-Cast?


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Post by dimitri » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 2:14 pm

Any chance that the club will organise live streaming of the upcoming trials particularly the game that is interstate?

A fall back option would be for the club to provide access via the club web site to view the undoubted video of the game that the coaches use for review?

Come on Wests Tigers, think of your supporters and fans.

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Post by Geo. » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 2:44 pm

Sabre wrote:Are we still connected with X-Cast?
Did a search for them a bit back...I believe they went bust...They no longer appear as sponsors or corporate partners on the Wests Tigers website...

The links I had bookmarked for them no longer exist...there is this.. http://www.thexcast.com/ ...not sure if it's the same mob but you don't get far...
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Post by Sabre » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 2:53 pm

Geo. wrote:
Sabre wrote:Are we still connected with X-Cast?
Did a search for them a bit back...I believe they went bust...They no longer appear as sponsors or corporate partners on the Wests Tigers website...

The links I had bookmarked for them no longer exist...there is this.. http://www.thexcast.com/ ...not sure if it's the same mob but you don't get far...
Another top quality sponsor to go with Wokka Noodles, Herbal World, Proton and Raddison Maine then...
Their streams were always pretty terrible quality when Wests Tigers tried using them.

I always wondered how they got the Real Estate they did...right underneath the Coke sign in King's Cross.

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Post by Balmain Boy » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 3:19 pm

innsaneink wrote:Oh god ...lets rearrange our preseason to fit in with sokkah
First world probs
Well actually from a revenue and community engagement point of view, avoiding major sporting events which many of your fans will be highly likely to be attending/watching is pretty common sense.

The only event in a 6 week window which would pull a 40k+ crowd and impact on the attendance of and bottom line of our one major trial. As a businessman, I would have done my utmost to avoid such a clash, but yes there are a number of elements to consider in pre season scheduling.


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Post by Demps » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 3:36 pm

Geo. wrote:Trial Schedule confirmed....

Wests Tigers 2016 Trial Match Schedule

Wests Tigers Media

Tue 17th November, 12:00PM

Wests Tigers have today confirmed the Club’s trial match schedule ahead of the 2016 National Rugby League season.

Campbelltown Sports Stadium will host its fifth Wests Tigers’ trial match in six years, while the team will also travel to Queensland to play its first ever game on the Sunshine Coast.

First on the schedule is the annual NRL d*** Smith Auckland Nines tournament on February 6 and 7 at Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand.

Wests Tigers’ NRL squad will then come up against the Melbourne Storm at Sunshine Coast Stadium on February 13 and the Cronulla Sharks a week later at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, with both opponents featuring in the 2015 NRL finals series.

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe said the NRL trial matches will obviously play an important role in the preparations for the 2016 NRL season.

“The Club has been working with both the Sunshine Coast Council and the Melbourne Storm to get that trial match confirmed,” Pascoe said.

“We are really excited to be able to head out to a new area for the organisation and play a trial match, engaging with a new group of fans and corporates.

“Following on from that we will host the Sharks at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, which provides an additional match to the four regular competition games held at that ground, continuing our support for the Macarthur region.

“The Club is also pleased to confirm that all Wests Tigers’ Members for the 2016 season will have access to this match - adding even more value to the packages on offer.

“Both games are significant to the team’s preparation for the upcoming season, with a number of new recruits set to push for a position in the NRL side for Round 1.”

Wests Tigers are yet to confirm the Under 20s trial match schedule, with one game set to be played at Kirkham Oval in Camden.

On–sale dates for tickets will be confirmed closer to each match.

2016 Trial Match Schedule
Saturday, February 6 to Sunday, February 7

NRL Auckland Nines (Eden Park, Auckland)

Saturday, February 13

Wests Tigers vs. Melbourne Storm (Sunshine Coast Stadium, Queensland, 5:00pm)

Saturday, February 20

Wests Tigers vs. Cronulla Sharks (Campbelltown Sports Stadium — Kickoff TBC)

2016 Wests Tigers Members will gain FREE access to this trial match.

http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2015 ... 16_tr.html
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Post by Sabre » Wed 10 Feb, 2016 4:04 pm

Balmain Boy wrote:
innsaneink wrote:Oh god ...lets rearrange our preseason to fit in with sokkah
First world probs
Well actually from a revenue and community engagement point of view, avoiding major sporting events which many of your fans will be highly likely to be attending/watching is pretty common sense.

The only event in a 6 week window which would pull a 40k+ crowd and impact on the attendance of and bottom line of our one major trial. As a businessman, I would have done my utmost to avoid such a clash, but yes there are a number of elements to consider in pre season scheduling.
It's only a trial.

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Post by mresky » Thu 11 Feb, 2016 8:16 pm

Sooo Is there any chance of a live stream from qld this week?
I just noticed that the Cowboys v Blackhawks game is being streamed on their website
Im keen to see some of the new faces on show, especially Rankin

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Post by ricksen » Fri 12 Feb, 2016 12:18 pm

It's the Storm's home game, so they have the responsibility in terms of live streaming - which they are not doing.
Hopefully we'll get some video highlights afterwards.

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Post by willow » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 8:10 am

Slightly off topic, Salesi Funaki and Marion Seve both got across the tryline in the Broncos win over Wynnum Manly last night.

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Post by TIGER » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 7:12 pm

Halftime, (playing quarters)
Tigers were up 8-0 after the end of the first quarter after a clever offload from lovett sent chee kam over out wide. Other than that the young storm side has outplayed us in every department, enthusiasm, especially defence, and composure, running through plays and just generally executing better. Halftime now and Storm up 16-8 through some controlled simple football. Pretty disappointing so far. I'll try to keep you updated.

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Post by TIGER » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 7:17 pm

Brooks on for second half. So far nofo is the only one standing out. We just got held up and on the next play, turned the ball over. (Shakes head)

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Post by the third » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:00 pm

18-16 us anyone see it?

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Post by tsjonathan » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:25 pm

willow wrote:Slightly off topic, Salesi Funaki and Marion Seve both got across the tryline in the Broncos win over Wynnum Manly last night.

How did Te Maire go?

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Post by GNR4LIFE » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:29 pm

tsjonathan wrote:
willow wrote:Slightly off topic, Salesi Funaki and Marion Seve both got across the tryline in the Broncos win over Wynnum Manly last night.

How did Te Maire go?
Penrith coach Anthony Griffin will have a hard time leaving rookie recruit Te Maire Martin out of his side for the club's opening game of the season against Canberra.

The former Wests Tigers playmaker was the star of the show for the Panthers, mounting a strong case to edge veteran Peter Wallace out of the halves for the trip to the nation's capital on Saturday, March 5.

With regular five-eighth Jamie Soward*away with the Indigenous All Stars in Brisbane, Martin was presented with a golden opportunity to build a case to make his NRL debut next month.

And the 20-year-old didn't disappoint, scoring a brilliant individual try before playing a hand in two other Panthers tries in his 60 minute hit out for his new club.

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Post by Milky » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:36 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:
tsjonathan wrote:
willow wrote:Slightly off topic, Salesi Funaki and Marion Seve both got across the tryline in the Broncos win over Wynnum Manly last night.

How did Te Maire go?
Penrith coach Anthony Griffin will have a hard time leaving rookie recruit Te Maire Martin out of his side for the club's opening game of the season against Canberra.

The former Wests Tigers playmaker was the star of the show for the Panthers, mounting a strong case to edge veteran Peter Wallace out of the halves for the trip to the nation's capital on Saturday, March 5.

With regular five-eighth Jamie Soward*away with the Indigenous All Stars in Brisbane, Martin was presented with a golden opportunity to build a case to make his NRL debut next month.

And the 20-year-old didn't disappoint, scoring a brilliant individual try before playing a hand in two other Panthers tries in his 60 minute hit out for his new club.
They didn't play against Canberra lol they played dogs

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Post by innsaneink » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:46 pm

Read it again

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Post by Tiger Watto » Sat 13 Feb, 2016 9:49 pm

willow wrote:Slightly off topic, Salesi Funaki and Marion Seve both got across the tryline in the Broncos win over Wynnum Manly last night.
your just teasing me!
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