Wests Tigers Podcast 0318

Joel, Declan, Eddie and Garry pull apart the Dragons loss at Campbelltown

A big afternoon at Campbelltown Stadium has ended in disappointment with the Wests Tigers putting in a poor showing against the Dragons.

In front of a big home crowd, the Tigers started poorly and struggled to put any real sustained pressure on their joint venture rivals, eventually succumbing 24-12.

On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast, Joel Helmes, Eddie Otto, Garry Watson, and Declan McCutcheon go back over the game and try to determine where things went wrong.

Some of the main points looked at include:

  • The slow start by the Tigers
  • The performance of Jayden Sullivan
  • Is Api Korisau 100% fit?
  • Why did we pick a hooker on the bench (Simpkin) and not use him?
  • How we compare physically to other NRL teams
  • What this result/performance means for the Tiger’s season

There’s also a look at some quite reassuring things said by the man who was at the forefront of the review into the Wests Tigers, Gary Barnier.

Gary was a special guest at the Ambush event held before the NRL game yesterday, he gave us all an update on how supportive the Holman Barnes Group is about following through on the review’s recommendations.

We also take a look at the Campbelltown game day experience and ask why the lines to get into the ground were so long?

It’s a pity it has to be a post-defeat edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast to start the week, never the less we still hope you enjoy it and feel free to have your say on our opinions on the Wests Tigers Podcast Forum.

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