Michael Carayannis 9:12 PM Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor says the golden point penalty which handed St George Illawarra victory should count as a warning to all teams in the finals.
Chris Barrett One more day. One more game. One more press conference. That is all that is left for Jason Taylor to put his head down and get through now after 10 days of being besieged over the axing of Robbie Farah.
Michael Carayannis Any heartache Robbie Farah may be feeling towards his Tigers axing took a drastic backseat on Thursday when he spoke about a topic closer to his heart.
Peter FitzSimons When they line up the 25 million of us Australians in order of who has the credibility to bitterly attack the Tigers board for doing what they have done, the person I want to see at the very back of the queue is Alan Jones.
Roy Masters If relations between Robbie Farah and Wests Tigers continue down their poisonous path, club officials may elect to pay him out, rather than retain what they clearly perceive to be a divisive force.
Three New Zealand Warriors players have been caught partying hard two nights before the Auckland-based NRL club fell to their second hammering in a row.
Adrian Proszenko Wests Tigers major sponsor Harry Triguboff will personally intervene in an attempt to end the Jason Taylor-Robbie Farah feud and plans to involve NRL CEO Dave Smith in the process.
Jamie Marcuson Former West Tigers halfback Benji Marshall has alleged he and Robbie Farah took pay cuts in 2012 to keep the club afloat.
Brad Walter Hooker's brooding negativity after defeats has put him offside with coach Jason Taylor, who views him as a bad example to the team's young stars.
Dan Smith I write this not claiming to be a rugby league expert. I write this as a fan, a mate and someone that's had enough of seeing something I love torn apart.
Chris Barrett Two of the joint venture's favourite sons played their final home games in a 34-point thrashing of the New Zealand Warriors.
Chris Barrett The only thing that matched the standout performance of Robbie Farah at Campbelltown Stadium on Sunday was the awkwardness of the media conference that followed.
Daniel Lane Wests Tigers veteran Chris Lawrence brushed aside questions about his future at the club following Robbie Farah's demise before being philosophical about the uncertainty of NRL contracts.
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