Veteran hooker Robbie Farah is back to his best and Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire knows exactly why.
Benji Marshall believes Esan Marsters can develop into the best centre in the game as he tries to stop his giant New Zealand roomie Ken Maumalo.
Wests Tigers won't be relocating while former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell is club chairman.
Balmain are back from the brink of extinction after a once-antagonistic joint-venture partner came to the foundation club's rescue.
Michael Maguire is prepared to give Josh Reynolds some much-needed game time in reserve grade as Moses Mbye prepares to skipper the Wests Tigers.
The King of Leichhardt did not disappoint in front of 13,195 fans, including suspended CEO Justin Pascoe, as the Tigers beat Manly 20-6.
For all the changes at the joint venture and sense of freshness, Robbie Farah's sustained run at the top is one reason Wests Tigers fans should truly celebrate.
Wests Tigers are set to unleash young 110kg prop Thomas Mikaele, who played at Keebra Park with Brisbane young guns Payne Haas and David Fifita.
Long regarded as one of the more entertaining teams in rugby league, the Tigers are about to embrace defence under new coach Michael Maguire.
New Wests Tigers chairman Barry O' Farrell has backed the NRL's hardline stance on player behaviour.
The former NSW playmaker will be running out in reserve grade after failing to make Wests Tigers' top 17.
The first batch of NRL teams for the season are in - and there are already several surprises.
He arrived last season as a marquee recruit but Wests Tigers pivot Josh Reynolds could start this one in reserve grade.
There are two former state premiers in the corridors of power in rugby league after Wests Tigers announced their new chairman.
Wests Tigers favourite Chris Lawrence said the only positive about being stranded in New Zealand was sparing his baby girl the sight of his battered face.
After four-and-a-half years at the helm, Marina Go is finishing up as Wests Tigers chair, satisfied she is leaving the club in a much better state.
Round one is rapidly approaching and a number of high-profile players are still jostling for starting roles at their clubs.
Justin Pascoe will be back in charge of the Wests Tigers in June, a decision hailed by the club's biggest backer.
Tim Pickup, the subject of a missing persons inquiry last week, is a good chance to be chosen as captain when Enfield Federals name their team of the century.
John Sutton will be honoured with a testimonial, and now the Tigers hope Chris Lawrence gets one, but there's a catch: he doesn't have a deal for 2020.