Hi there. Going to the game today for my brother bucks. Have had 1 pull out so have a spare ticket for anyone that is looking for one. General Admission.
Posts made by BermiTiger
RE: Official Robbie Farah retiring at the end of 2019
Great career Robbie. A true tiger in every sense of the word… Now do we think we could get Anthony Watts a Cronulla contract for round 25. Would love to see that again!!!
RE: Tigers tell Reynolds he's free to find a new club
@851 Benji only got a start in Round 1 last year because Josh pulled up lame.
RE: Wests Tigers to part company with football boss Kelly Egan
@WT2K Just clearing the deck for Warren McDonnell to come back
RE: 2019 Breakout Superstars & Debutants
I was at the game on Sunday night and was really impressed with Garner. I think he has got a bit bigger in the off season. Makes great contact in defence and runs the tough lines. As much as I love Rowdy I would love to see Garner on that edge all season.
RE: Nathan Cleary
NSW Origin halfback Nathan Cleary has outlined his premiership ambitions, inking a massive contract extension with Penrith Panthers that will see him at the foot of the mountains until the end of the 2024 season.
The lengthy deal leaves the door open for his father, Ivan, to potentially re-join the club after his Wests Tigers contract expires.
“I’m excited to re-sign with the Panthers and commit the next six years of my career to the club,” Cleary revealed on the club’s official Twitter account.
“There was always going to be speculation but in the end it was an easy decision for me to make.
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“This club and this community mean a lot to me. Panthers gave me the opportunity to debut as an 18-year-old and I will always hold that close to my heart.
“I’ve grown up with this team and I couldn’t ask for a better group of players and coaches to work with moving forward.
“I want to become a leader here at the Panthers and I’m determined to help deliver a premiership to Penrith.”
Cleary, a Penrith junior who represented the club’s Harold Matts, SG Ball and NYC teams, has established himself as one of rugby league’s premier playmakers.
“Today is a very special day in our club’s history,” Panthers Executive General Manager Phil Gould AM said.
“Everyone at Panthers is delighted to know Nathan Cleary has committed to this club until at least the end of the 2024 season.
Nathan Cleary with halves partner James Maloney. Picture: AAP
“This is a significant contract for Nathan but it’s also a major investment by Panthers in its own future as an NRL club, and it’s an important signing for the future of rugby league in Western Sydney.
“Nathan is an outstanding young man and I have no doubt he will be a future captain of this club.
Nathan Cleary has established himself as one of the game’s premier halfbacks. Picture: Getty
“His best football is still well in front of him and we believe he will be the face of rugby league in this region for many years to come.
“To sign a deal of this significance with a player we have seen develop through our own pathways system, from a young age, is a special moment indeed.”