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INXS with Terence Trent D’Arby

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I find conversations are a bit hard to follow at the moment if they’ve been done as a reply and not as a quote…The previous format allowed you to tap on peoples avatars underneath the reply to chase the conversation back through the thread.

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@gallagher said in Wests Tigers set for Tamworth return:

I can see why we used to go to NZ , it’s a big market like parra going to Darwin, Roosters to Adelaide, Souffs to Perth. I don’t see the same benefits in Tamworth.

Because it’s not just for the township of Tamworth it’s for the whole of the New England demographic area plus into the Qld regional areas on the border. People/Members travel from all over to get into these towns to watch their teams…These regional areas have been neglected and forgotten about for far to long.

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@Snake said in Wests Tigers set for Tamworth return:

@Tigerlily You forgot one thing the members in Sydney pay the bills ! Utopia one day I really should try and find it ,…

In your fish bowl way of thinking maybe Snake - but the club is a hell of alot bigger then that.

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@Snake said in Wests Tigers set for Tamworth return:

@matchball The less said about this adventure the better… total waste of time taking away a home game from your main supporter base and by all accounts not for much money and really nothing else !

Totally disagree with you on this subject snake…Sydney doesn’t have or own the monopoly on these teams the fans do of which a vast majority live in Northern New South Wales…And It’s about the NRL allowed the clubs to travel into these regional areas.

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It’s nice to see that the Weststigers have listened to their members in regards to fourth coming information getting to its members before it’s released to the media…

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Alex Twal Re -Signed for a further 2 years…

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Wests Tigers re-sign Alex Twal
Wests TigersTue 19 Nov 2019, 03:50 PM
Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that forward Alex Twal has signed a new playing contract with the club.

The new, two-year deal will see Twal remain with Wests Tigers until the end of the 2022 season.

A standout junior representative forward, Twal joined Wests Tigers midway through the 2017 season and quickly made his first-grade debut against the Newcastle Knights in Round 17.

He would go on to play every game for the remainder of the season before making for his international debut for Lebanon at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.

Starring in the Cedars’ memorable run to the knockout rounds, Twal would further consolidate his spot in Wests Tigers first-grade squad with 21 appearances in 2018 before going one step further in 2019 by featuring in every game during the year.

The 23-year-old recorded career highs in offloads, metres gained and tackles made under Michael Maguire in 2019, and finished as one of the most effective tacklers in the league with a 95.1% tackle efficiency rate.

The Parramatta City Titans junior said he was extremely pleased to re-sign with the club.

“It was a really easy decision for me to re-sign,” Twal said.

“This club gave me my debut and I’m really happy with where the club is going and what direction Michael Maguire has us going in.

"I’m just excited to be a part of it going forward.

“I’m still a long way away from the player I want to be in the NRL but I’m really happy with my progress. This club has helped me so much as a player and a person, and I’m really looking forward to where things go in the next few years.”

This club has helped me so much as a player and a person, and I’m really looking forward to where things go in the next few years.

Alex Twal
Wests Tigers Head Coach Michael Maguire said he was delighted to see Twal remain with the club and said he was excited to see him continue to move forward in the coming years.

“I’m really excited that we’ve been able to secure Alex for another two years,” Maguire said.

“I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the way he grew his game throughout the year, and I have no doubt that his role in this team will only continue to grow in the coming years.

“For a player of his age, Alex has really matured on and off the field and we’re very excited to see him continue his development into a real leader for Wests Tigers.”

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe and forward Alex Twal
Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe and forward Alex Twal
Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe said he was very pleased to see Twal re-sign with the club.

“On behalf of all at Wests Tigers, I’d like to extend my congratulations to Alex on this new deal and say how happy we are he is remaining with this club,” Pascoe said.

“Alex has been a big part of Wests Tigers from the moment he joined this club, and there is no doubt that he clearly has a bright future ahead of him. He is a fine young man and will play a key part in this club achieving the success it deserves.”