Our guys hit the streets

Tigers forward James Gavet at training. Pictures: Anthony Johnson
Tigers forward James Gavet at training. Pictures: Anthony Johnson
Pat Richards, Dene Halatau, Cory Paterson, Martin Taupau, Blake Austin and Keith Lulai the West Tigers NRL club's new recruits. Picture: Brendan Esposito

Pat Richards, Dene Halatau, Cory Paterson, Martin Taupau, Blake Austin and Keith Lulai the West Tigers NRL club's new recruits. Picture: Brendan Esposito

Wests Tigers players visiting Macquarie Fields Public School. Players from left Tim Moltzen, Jack Buchanan & James Tedesco with students Josh Obeido (jersey), Ethan Mauala, Krystal Tiata and Stephanie Ng. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Wests Tigers players visiting Macquarie Fields Public School. Players from left Tim Moltzen, Jack Buchanan & James Tedesco with students Josh Obeido (jersey), Ethan Mauala, Krystal Tiata and Stephanie Ng. Picture: Jonathan Ng

FANS will have access to players in the days leading up to the Wests Tigers match against Brisbane Broncos at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Saturday night.

Wests Tigers want a large turnout for the game that commemorates the anniversary of the joint venture's first game, played against the Broncos in Campbelltown 15 years ago.

Promotional events include:

■ Visit from the cheer squad

Don't be surprised to see the Wests Tigers mascot and members of the cheer squad in the area today, Wednesday, with information about Saturday's game and the special general admission ticket offer of $10.

Player appearances

On Thursday, Tim Moltzen, James Gavet and Dene Halatau will be at at GearZone Macarthur Square, 6pm-7pm to meet fans, pose for photos and give autographs.

If fans buy a ticket to the game from GearZone before Thursday evening, they can be in the running to win dinner with the boys after the appearance.

Open training session

Wests Tigers will provide fans with an opportunity to see the team in action, with an open training session at Campbelltown Sports Stadium at 9.30am on Friday.

After the training session, players will visit patients at Campbelltown Hospital.

And players Cory Paterson and Corey Brown will attend the KARI Education Forum at Wests Leagues Club with more than 100 indigenous students from western Sydney.

Tickets to Saturday's game at Campbelltown Sports Stadium start at $10 for general admission.

Details: weststigers.com.au.


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