Walshaw, Nick; Jackson, Glenn
September 2005
Rugby League Week;9/14/2005, p3
The article informs that the rugby football team Wests Tigers have promised to run the heavier Brisbane Broncos six ragged in the semi-final at Aussie Stadium this Sunday. Revealing that they deliberately targeted North Queensland's big men in last Friday's thumping 50-6 win at Telstra Stadium, the Tigers have promised to do exactly the same against a Broncos pack that outweighs them by four kilos a man. After winning eight consecutive games, there were fears the Tigers' bubble had burst when they lost back-to-back matches against Melbourne Storm and Penrith Panthers to finish the regular season.


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