NYC Team Announcement: Round 26



  • NYC Team Announcement: Round 26

    Wests Tigers Media
    Tue 29th August, 03:45PM

    Wests Tigers Holden Cup Coach Chris Hutchison has named his 23-man squad to take on the New Zealand Warriors in Round 26 this Sunday for their final game of 2017.

    Kickoff for the match is at 4:15pm AEST from Leichhardt Oval in Sydney.

    Winners in their last appearance at Leichhardt Oval, Hutchison’s side will be looking to end a disappointing season on a winning note when they take on the young Warriors, who have won just three games all season and not once this year in their travels to Australia.

    In the only change to last week’s side, Hutchison has named youngster Gus Garzaniti to return in the halves alongside Josh Bermingham, with Jai Doolan dropping back to the bench.


    WESTS TIGERS

    1. Toa Mata’afa
    2. Liam Pakau
    3. Peter Pakoti
    4. Toni Tali
    5. James Tautaiolefua
    6. Gus Garzaniti
    7. Josh Bermingham
    8. Jakob Giles
    9. Daniel Peck (capt.)
    10. Thomas Mikaele
    11. Alex Seyfarth
    12. Trent Pye
    13. Rhys Sciglitano

    Interchange:
    15. Royce Tout
    16. Ben Seufale
    17. Jai Doolan
    18. Bayley Faull

    Reserves:
    19. Jamin Williams
    20. Max Burey
    22. TJ Carter
    23. Bennett Wheelhouse
    24. Corey Kurnoth
    25. Siaosi Nasilai

    Coach: Chris Hutchison



  • Wests Tigers Holden Cup Coach Chris Hutchison has finalised his side to face the New Zealand Warriors on Sunday afternoon for their Round 26 clash at Leichhardt Oval.

    Kickoff for the match is at 4:15pm AEST, with no live TV coverage available.

    Hutchison has confirmed a number of late changes to the team originally named, with Jai Doolan replacing Peter Pakoti in the run-on side, with Toa Mata’afa moving to the centres.

    Royce Tout, Ben Seufale, Max Burey and Corey Kurnoth round out the bench.

    Today’s game will be the first time the two sides have met this season, with both Wests Tigers (15th) and the Warriors (16th) keen to finish two disappointing years on a winning note.

    WESTS TIGERS
    17. Jai Doolan
    2. Liam Pakau
    1. Toa Mata’afa
    4. Toni Tali
    5. James Tautaiolefua
    6. Gus Garzaniti
    7. Josh Bermingham
    8. Jakob Giles
    9. Daniel Peck (capt.)
    10. Thomas Mikaele
    11. Alex Seyfarth
    12. Trent Pye
    13. Rhys Sciglitano

    Interchange:
    15. Royce Tout
    16. Ben Seufale
    20. Max Burey
    24. Corey Kurnoth
    Coach: Chris Hutchison

    http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2017/09/03/late_changes_holden_.html



  • The boys are up 12-0 after 20 minutes through tries to Doolan and Giles.



  • Halftime and the boys are up 24-6 with additional tries to Tali and Tout.



  • Going well



  • Tigers now up 36-12.



  • Tigers now up 50-16 with 10 to go.



  • Fulltime, after a very tough season the boys rolled the Warriors 54-16.



  • Not seen many of our 20’s games this year but i was really impressed with Alex Seyfarth. Looked dangerous when he had the ball and when he builds his body up a bit more could be a handy first grader.



  • @:

    Not seen many of our 20’s games this year but i was really impressed with Alex Seyfarth. Looked dangerous when he had the ball and when he builds his body up a bit more could be a handy first grader.

    Yeah he looks good for a kid who was playing SG Ball earlier this year. Hopefully he continues to grow because he has a pretty good motor and looks switched on out there.


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