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Battered Wests visit desperate Bulldogs

OUT: Wests centre Brad Tighe will miss Saturday’s game with a hamstring injury. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers Brad Tighe has been added to a growing injury list at Wests as the Rosellas set for Saturday’s crucial clash with a desperate Bulldogs at Kurri Sportsground.
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The former NRL star won’t feature in the Newcastle Rugby League catch-up game, the only first-grade fixture being played this weekend, after succumbing to a hamstring strain.

Wests centre Tighe joins backline trio Ryan Stig, Sam Keenan andJames Eliasin the casualty ward as well as prop Felise Taufaao and hooker Chris Knight.Rosellas lock Warren Schillings (ankle) was scheduled to undergo a fitness test at training on Friday night.

“We’ve been bashed around a little bit,” Lantry told the Newcastle Herald.

“But the 17 blokes we put on the field tomorrow [Saturday] will do a job. Injuries aren’t an excuse for us.”

Kurri have their own share of wounded players with in-form Kahn Juhnke, who played with a broken hand last week, becoming the third Bulldogs front-rowersidelined with injury.

Mick Campton (broken arm) and Peter Cronin (fractured eye socket) are the other props out for the season along with experienced utilitySam Wooden (back).

“Losing three front rowers certainly hurts us and Kahn in particular had been massive, probably the most consistent player in the middle third,” Kurri coach Ron Griffiths said.

“But we take the same mantra into this week as every other week. We’ve got to work hard for each other and the result will look after itself.”

In terms of the overall competition standings,Wests are equal fourthbut a win would put them in a three-way share of the lead.

Kurri have slipped outside the top five and sit four points behind the Rosellas, but victory would halvethe gap and keep their finals hopes alive with three rounds remaining in the regular season.

The upcoming match was originally scheduled for round seven, but transferred upon request of Wests because of representative commitments.

Kurri had won four of six games at that stage, but havelost all-bar one since.

Wests were 50-50 at the same point, but have a 4-2win-loss record afterwards.

LADDER: Maitland, Lakes 16; Central 15; Souths, Wests 14; Cessnock, Kurri 10; Macquarie 7.

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