Wests Tigers have been drawn in Pool Three alongside the Gold Coast Titans, Canberra Raiders and South Sydney Rabbitohs in the 2020 Perth Nines competition.
With the official draw taking place this morning at Kings Park in Perth, focus will now shift to the revamped tournament which takes place on February 14-15.
Modified Rugby League rules will create nonstop action on the field, a range of food, drinks and live entertainment will provide plenty of fun in the sun for all.
Friday tickets are from $20 for Club Members or $25 for General Public and Saturday tickets are from $35 for Club Members or $40 for General Public.
Game One of the 2020 Nines tournament begins at 4:05pm local time on Friday, with the second day of action kicking off from 11:10am local time.
According to the NRL salary cap rules we are paying him in excess of 300k next year and if he can play in Dubai, he can play here.
How is his leg? that may be be a career ending injury (ala Burgess) in which case we can pay him millions over the next few years which does not impact in the cap.
The NRL is an absolute disgrace. A poor start to the season will likely have me watching the AFL next year (much like this years finals) and the Macarthur bulls in the a-league the following year.
V’landys has a lot of work to do, lets see if he is up to it.