Wests Tigers v New Zealand Warriors Stats Breakdown

The Wests Tigers and the New Zealand Warriors have played each other on 33 occasions; the Tigers have won 16 games, the Warriors have won 17 games and there have been no draws.

The New Zealand Warriors need just one more point to reach 700 total points against the Wests Tigers.

The Wests Tigers have won five of the seven games played between the two sides at Campbelltown Stadium, including the last four on the trot.

The New Zealand Warriors have won four of the last five games between the two sides.

The first game played between the two sides was a 17-16 win for the Tigers in round 2, 2000.

Biggest Wins

The Wests Tigers’ biggest win over the New Zealand Warriors was a 50-4 drubbing in round 14, 2004.

The New Zealand Warriors’ biggest win over the Wests Tigers was a 42-18 success in round 4, 2014.

Former New Zealand Warriors utility back Clinton Toopi

Top try-scorer in this clash

Clinton Toopi (WAR) – 7
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 7
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7
David Nofoaluma (WST) – 7

Most prolific point-scorer in this clash

Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7 tries & 16 goals (60 pts)
Benji Marshall (WAR) – 3 tries & 23 goals (58 pts)
Brett Hodgson (WST) – 1 try & 22 goals (48 pts)

Players to have been sin-binned/sent-off from this clash

  1. Louis Anderson (WAR) sin-binned in round 10, 2007.
  2. David Nofoaluma & Elijah Taylor (both WST) both sin-binned in round 9, 2018.
  3. Eliesa Katoa & Ben Murdoch-Masila (both WAR) both sin-binned in round 11, 2021.

Players to have scored three or more tries in one game in this clash

  1. Glen Fisiiahi (WAR) scored four tries in round 4, 2014.
  2. Clinton Toopi (WAR) scored three tries in round 26, 2003.
  3. Taniela Tuiaki (WST) scored three tries in round 16, 2008.
  4. Geoff Daniela (WST) scored three tries in round 12, 2010.

Players to have played for both sides from this clash

  1. John Carlaw – 2000-2001 (WST) & 2002-2003 (WAR)
  2. Tyran Smith – 1998 (WAR) & 2000-2001 (WST)
  3. John Simon – 1999-2000 (WAR) & 2001 (WST)
  4. Roberts Mears – 1999-2000 (WAR) & 2002-2004 (WST)
  5. Paul Whatuira – 2000 (WAR) & 2005-2007 (WST)
  6. Richard Villasanti – 2000 (WST) & 2001-2006 (WAR)
  7. Michael Crockett – 2006 (WST) & 2007-2008 (WAR)
  8. Ben Matulino – 2008-2017 (WAR) & 2018-2019 (WST)
  9. Russell Packer – 2008-2013 (WAR) & 2018-2021 (WST)
  10. Blake Ayshford – 2009-2013 (WST) & 2016-2017 & 2019 (WAR)
  11. Wade McKinnon – 2007-2010 (WAR) & 2010-2011 (WST)
  12. Adam Blair – 2012-2014 (WST) & 2018-2020 (WAR)
  13. Ben Murdoch-Masila – 2010-2013 (WST) & 2021-2022 (WAR)
  14. Elijah Taylor – 2011-2013 (WAR) & 2016-2020 (WAR)
  15. Bodene Thompson – 2013-2014 (WST) & 2015-2017 (WAR)
  16. James Gavet – 2014 (WST) & 2016-2018 (WAR)
  17. Tuimoala Lolohea – 2014-2017 (WAR) & 2017-2018 (WST)
  18. Bayley Sironen – 2017 (WST) & 2021-2022 (WAR)
  19. Ken Maumalo – 2015-2021 (WAR) & 2021-2022 (WST)
  20. Pita Godinet – 2011-2013 (WAR) & 2018 (WST)

Head Coaching Records

Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 2/2 (100%)
Nathan Brown (WAR) – 2/2 (100%)
Wayne Pearce (WST) – 2/2 (100%)
Todd Payten (WAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Jason Taylor (WST) – 3/4 (75%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 6/10 (60%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 3/5 (60%)
Terry Lamb (WST) – 2/4 (50%)
Ivan Cleary (WST) – 1/2 (50%)
Tim Sheens (WST) – 7/15 (46.7%)
Tony Kemp (WAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Andrew McFadden (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Michael Maguire (WST) – 1/4 (25%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Mark Graham (WAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Michael Potter (WST) – 0/2 (0%)

 

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