The Wests Tigers have cruised to a 34-6 victory over the defending champions South Sydney at ANZ Stadium.
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It was an impressive performance from the Tigers who came into the match on the back of four straight losses.
But they turned things around spectacularly on Friday night. Wests Tigers started the game like a house on fire.
James Tedesco continued his rich vein of form with the opening try.
Soon after the Tigers were 12-0 in front when Marty Taupau barged through.
The Tigers should have had a third try but dropped the ball with the line wide open.
It would prove costly as Bryson Goodwin hit back for Souths.
The Tigers had the lead at half-time.
In the second half an awesome individual effort from Luke Brooks put them further in front.
The Tigers were on top and the Souths’ players weren’t happy.
Taupau was having a great game and he rampaged over for his second try.
The Tigers were cruising and bagged another to go 28-6 ahead. Souths were sunk.
The Tigers rubbed further salt into the wounds in the final minutes when Tedesco got his double.