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I have been amazed they haven’t done it before and I think they definatly should. The ratepayers of the area like everyone these days are struggling with rising power bills and mortgage costs - anything that means more money for better services or alternatively lower rates would be appreciated by all and another corporate partner and more business connections for the wests tigers - Can’t see any reason this wouldnt be a good thing. I think the leichardt council should definatly be looking for a partner as well

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So how do people think he went

Me and my mates thought he went great and really showed he could match it, made breaks, chip kicks, playing out of position, forced an error out of prince and had Thurston under pressure all night and was his usual self working hard in defence and showed he was easily able to keep up at the top level even playing at centre as he did last night - I think a big season ahead for Liam

In was shocked to see a couple of comments in different threads on here saying he was poore we all though he was great and was in the top 3 out their and we wernt all tigers supporter

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thanks to Wikipedia -" Alipate Tani Noilea is a rugby league player. He is a Fijian international and represented his country at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. He was one of Fiji’s stand-out players in the tournament and earned widespread praise for his performances from the stand-off position. Noilea signed with the British side Barrow Raiders for the 2009 season but was not able to join the club due to issues with his visa application.[1] He switched codes to union, playing for the Fiji Warriors and was selected by the Fiji national side. He has since changed codes back to league and was selected for the 2009 Pacific Cup in which Fiji finished 3rd."

Seems he has a bit of class and skill about him and sounds like he did some good things last night - perhaps we could have two fijian wingers at some stage this year

and some highlights of his career - looks impressive

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Beau Ryan
Mitch Brown
Blake Ayshford
Chris Lawrence
Lote Tquiri
Marshall
Lui
Hieghno
Payten
Ellis
Gibbs
Farah
Galloway

Fulton
Dwyer
Fafita
Moltzen

I think Beau played great at fullback last year in general (except 1 bad game) and it really is his position - i think the problem has been he sint a winger

McKinnon looked good at times but also made quite a few errors and his pace has deserted him

This was more to raise the option but what does everyone thin k of Beau at Fb , Brown on the wing

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If Utai ends up being better then everyone else or everyone else available at the time then I would rather have him in the team then someone not as good. He won’t get any special favours so purchasing an ex international at the age of 29 for 2nd tier money seems a great investment. If you look at clubs who have been successful the last few years a lot of them have ended up with a great player on low wages and its helped them do well - much like Gasnier, Bird and Carney have been the last few years

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McKInnon
Brown
Ayshford
Lawrence
Tuqiri
Marshall
Moltzen
Hieghno
Payten
Ellis
Gibbs
Farah
Galloway

Fulton
Fifita
Dwyer
Ryan

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Does anyone else think like I do that the reason Robbie has struggled to make the NSW team is because he isn’t dumb enough. The fact he is a businessman and has a degree and can talk intelligently goes against him in an area where they want to bond over 50 beers and be idiots and hence he doesen’t fit in with some other players but also with that typical old school Origin player type

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My housemate and I joined up for 2011 (He Danish and only started following league last year he went from not having a team but wanting to spend the year deciding to having a tigers jersey and membership by the end of the year)

I think “the line that divides” is a great line and I know it kind of inspired me to do my bit and join up

I think the packs are ok but the promotion of the memberships and the organisation of them leaves a fair bit to be desired. I work in product and marketing for a major bank and their are a lot of areas I see where the tigers could do better but fair go to them the club has become more and more professional each year in so many areas and the membership program seems to have got better over the years but its one area we have still have a way to go and I think it stands out more because we are so professional and leading the comp in other areas like sponsorship, crowds, player behaviour, community engagement that membership needs to catch up. In saying that if I am going to winge like I have here I should send my thoughts to the club on what they could do so I will put something together for them and send it through in case it can help

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Actually niche shops generally thrive including butchers and such in a big complex because more shoppers are attracted their by the big supermarkets and hence more shopping dollars and people generally choose especially in areas like balmain is and is moving more towards to do their basics at the supermarkets and then get meats and specialty things at the other shops , if you dont believe me as Frank Lowy its how Westfield thrives around the world

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exactly the same thing id say and by the same people but the new state gov will pass it while telling the greens to bugger off