Pre-season 2019



  • Topic for all the pre-season photos and articles leading into the 2019 season.




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    Best one ever…never fitter, faster stronger than before…



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    Best one ever…never fitter, faster stronger than before…

    In this case it will probably be true - Maguire doesn’t take short cuts with the players and this off-season will be tougher than the last.



  • Young guns hit the ground running for pre-season training
    Author - Dan Talintyre
    Timestamp - Wed 14 Nov 2018, 02:36 PM

    Wests Tigers young guns returned for pre-season training this week, jumping back in to the action a few days earlier than the official start date for the NRL squad.

    The full 2019 NRL squad will begin pre-season testing on Thursday before hitting the ground running the following week under new Coach Michael Maguire.

    Amongst the young group of players to return this week were NRL experienced players Luke Garner and Tyson Gamble, as well as the club’s three 2018 Development players Sam McIntyre, Thomas Mikaele and Dylan Smith — all of whom will join the full-time squad in the coming season.

    The club’s four 2019 Development Players Jock Madden, Tommy Talau, Alex Seyfarth and Kane Bradley also begun training in their new colours this week, while impressive young Jersey Flegg forward Henry Lealuga-Phoutau will also train full-time with the squad leading in to the Christmas break.

    All other players of the 2019 squad will return for testing on Thursday except for Esan Marsters, who remains on break following his commitments with the Kiwis.



  • Kane Bradley looks like he’s 7 feet tall…



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    Young guns hit the ground running for pre-season training
    Author - Dan Talintyre
    Timestamp - Wed 14 Nov 2018, 02:36 PM

    Wests Tigers young guns returned for pre-season training this week, jumping back in to the action a few days earlier than the official start date for the NRL squad.

    The full 2019 NRL squad will begin pre-season testing on Thursday before hitting the ground running the following week under new Coach Michael Maguire.

    Amongst the young group of players to return this week were NRL experienced players Luke Garner and Tyson Gamble, as well as the club’s three 2018 Development players Sam McIntyre, Thomas Mikaele and Dylan Smith — all of whom will join the full-time squad in the coming season.

    The club’s four 2019 Development Players Jock Madden, Tommy Talau, Alex Seyfarth and Kane Bradley also begun training in their new colours this week, while impressive young Jersey Flegg forward Henry Lealuga-Phoutau will also train full-time with the squad leading in to the Christmas break.

    All other players of the 2019 squad will return for testing on Thursday except for Esan Marsters, who remains on break following his commitments with the Kiwis.

    :supporter:





  • Luke Garner is an impressive young man. Hope he cements his spot in the 17 next season.



  • Garner and Smith speak in the clip below.
    Garner says he wants to put on more weight and be more physical.
    https://twitter.com/WestsTigers/status/1062578417709662208?s=19



  • Poor Henry.
    Can someone email the club to get his last name spelt correctly.
    Should read Henry Lealuga-Puhotau




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    Looks like the Silver Fox aged 20 years in a season with us…



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    Looks like the Silver Fox aged 20 years in a season with us…

    He might have been run over by the departing bus.



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    Poor Henry.
    Can someone email the club to get his last name spelt correctly.
    Should read Henry Lealuga-Puhotau

    What do you know about this kid? Hadn’t heard of him prior to this week.


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