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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter The king is dead, long live the king!
Brad Walter Wests Tigers' horrific injury toll and salary cap problems caused by the loss of so many top-line players will leave Mick Potter with little choice but to stick with the team outclassed by Souths.
Brad Walter Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter won't rush star playmaker Benji Marshall back for Friday night's clash with Canterbury to help cope with an ever worsening injury toll.
Brad Walter Benji Marshall says his injured right toe feels ''fine'' and the Wests Tigers playmaker hopes to play in Sunday's match against St George Illawarra at the SCG.
Brad Walter STAR off-season recruit Braith Anasta says Wests Tigers need to get their defence in order before rival teams take them seriously.
Glenn Jackson, Brad Walter HE was announced as Wests Tigers coach less than a fortnight ago, yet after taking charge of his first training session with his new club, Mick Potter insisted the pre-season was ''on schedule''.
Brad Walter AFTER rejecting approaches from rival NRL and Super League clubs, boom Wests Tigers halfback Jacob Miller is set to get the chance to partner Benji Marshall in the halves.
Brad Walter, Emma Partridge SENIOR Wests Tigers players have endorsed the appointment of Mick Potter as the club's new coach, with Benji Marshall, Robbie Farah and Braith Anasta among the first to pass on their congratulations...
Michael Chammas, Brad Walter OF THE six South Sydney juniors fighting to guide the club to its first grand final in 41 years, no one has fought harder than Jason Clark.
Brad Walter IF South Sydney had not won their battle to be reinstated to the NRL a decade ago, they may have been based on the Gold Coast under a little-known plan devised by Canterbury to keep the Rabbitohs...
Brad Walter SALARY cap problems and a shortage of money to pay out coach Tim Sheens have left Wests Tigers' preparations for 2013 in limbo.
Brad Walter As the Raiders prepare for Saturday night's clash with South Sydney, Canberra officials should be grateful fate intervened to prevent them from listening to disgruntled players and sacking coach...
Winning Starts Monday
Brad Walter As the Raiders prepare for Saturday night's final clash with South Sydney, Canberra officials should be grateful that fate intervened to prevent them from listening to disgruntled players and sacking...
WINNING STARTS MONDAY
Brad Walter A proud history but no success for decades, a large and passionate supporter base, former players who regularly criticise the current team, a board under constant threat at club elections, an...
Brad Walter ON THE eve of his New Zealand heavyweight title fight tomorrow night, Sonny Bill Williams, pictured, has revealed he suffered a hamstring tear training under the former Sydney Roosters sprint coach...
Brad Walter Did ill-feeling from the Dragons over the Tim Moltzen affair this week cost Wests Tigers the services of Ray Cashmere to bolster their front-row stocks? SinBin has been told Cashmere was so close to...
Brad Walter Sydney Roosters captain Braith Anasta will join the Wests Tigers next season.
Brad Walter EVEN as he informed ''breathless'' teammates of his departure, Sydney Roosters captain Braith Anasta was trying to use the news to inspire them to last night's upset defeat of the Warriors.
Brad Walter CANTERBURY five-eighth Josh Reynolds insists he was never concerned about the prospect of Manly star Kieran Foran taking his position as the Bulldogs shift their focus to other recruitment targets.
Brad Walter Win the game in the first half and score the points in the second. It's a saying as old as rugby league itself, but one that was as relevant as ever at Allianz Stadium yesterday.