Also just signed centre/goal kicker Reece Hoffman another member of the victorious QLD U18 side to join Jake Simpkin.
Source: Catalyst Sports Facebook Page (29/07)
@fred all that this points out is that McDonnell got sacked by 2 clubs in about 3 years.
McDonnell needs to be given a brief as to the type of players we’re looking for in each position and find players that match. His personal tastes should be largely irrelevant.
Spot on, and this is already happening. Hopefully the strategy is to target junior reps with strong work ethic.
The signing of James Tamou will be instrumental in the continuing development of Tuki. The recent signings of more NZ juniors will also be beneficial. Let’s hope for no disrupted Jersey Flegg or NSW Cup this year.
An astute signing by the club as hooker depth at the club is at a dire low.
Jake should have been the starting hooker for QLD U18 side in 2018 but was left out by the ‘Broncos’ appointed dud coach.
He should relish a new environment, and let’s hope that Farah can help out as a mentor.
Apologies forgot to post the Macarthur Wests Tigers representative squads. Congrats to all.
Andrew Sio, Benjamin Hodsdon, Brock Achurch, Caleb Salanoa, Chase Attard, Chase Davies, Dallas Taoia, Forgiveness Tila, Guiseppe Mulloso, Hamish Smith, Izayah Tusiupu, Jaziyah Taiatu, Jhevon Lele, Jordan Truckle, Khaiyle Pritchard, Krisnan Katane, Kyce Da Silva, Lakei Neifui, Lisiate Fa’aoso, Lochlan Mason, Lopu Luta, Lotomau Suamili, Marcus Fonua, Mawin Soaai, Opeti Mulolo Jeremiah Tuipulotu Fifita, Owen Miller, Pelese Andrews, Siotame Havea Jnr, Tayte Ball, Tre-James Roberts, Tyler Timmins, Tyran McLean, Zayden Lett, Zechariah Kaillis
Aaron Paea, Azareanka-Setti Pua’avase, Braiden Wilkinson, Brody Taateo, Brooklyn Milford, Caleb Henry, Chayce Ruwoldt, Chris Filikitonga, Cooper Nemaz, Cyrus Papalii, Deacon Davis, Ethan Thornton, Glassie Glassie, Ilaisa Raravula, Isaac Orji, Isaac Paul-Eleuati, Isaiah Russell, James Bengura, Jayden Ah Chong, Jeremiah Quiroz-Mapasua, Jerome Taateo, Keon Zaglas, Kwan Ah Hoe, Leeroy Leao, Lorima Cosgrave, Lucas Muir, Luke Monti, Malcolm Mailo, Paul Johnson, Peter Taai, Richard Roach, Riley Ayres, Riley Ingersole, Sam Paul-Mauga, Seilala Lapine, Solomon Fililava, Tia Ropeti, Tomasi Tavui, Tyler Volcov
Abel Faanati, Amazon Pua’avase, Atenai Vilai, Brody Cox, Byron Laupepa, Caleb Boylan, Cameron Nonenmacher, Cedric Enelo Pese, Chase Hepi, Chrisferencia Metilu, Colt McQuillan, Cooper Clarke, Emory Kaloutolu, Epeli Taumololo, Harry Smith, Jordan Jackson-Moller, Joseph Vunivalu, Karlo Vitale, Kimball Liufau, Lachlan Stanley, Levi McGuinness, Liam Walsh, Livai Saukuru, Logan Tuimauga, Lui Taeao-o-Alii Fonoti, Luke Laulilii (NSWCHS U15), Max Popo, Riley Mastop, Rykeman Fonofehe-Hausia, Sea-King Moala, Sonny Edwards-Moeke, Tarrell Tutu, Tom Dzevlan, Tyson Barnes, Wiremu Davis, Zac Heir
Source: Wests Tigers Macarthur JRL Facebook [16/05]
Looks like Reece has grown again.
Both Jake and Reece feature prominently in the highlights.
Braydon Guyan - NSWCHS U18
Flynn Angles-Corke - NSWCIS U18
Zane Camroux - NSWCCC U18
17 Zane Camroux
17 Braydon Guyan
1 Flynn Angles-Corke
*Note plenty of issues with live stream
QLD Team for next year
Collins should be back which should see Arrow left out.