Wyatt Knight the lucky charm for NRL visitors

27/04/2020 Posted by admin

HOUSE OF KNIGHTS: Wauchope locals Cindy and Pippa Lawler with lucky charm Wyatt and Shane and Sasha Baum. Photo: Gareth Gardner 200418GGD001THERE’LL be a little Newcastle Knights good luck charm sitting in the stands at Scully Park on Saturday.
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He might only be three-months-old but young Wyatt has already notched-up a few NRL games, as a spectator.

Newcastle are two wins from two with the Wauchope-bub in the stands, and on his first away trip, his parents hope the winning ways will roll on.

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Newcastle Knights claim Tamworth ahead of NRL clash with Wests TigersNRL Tigers Knights clash a win for Tamworth businessTamworth Regional Councilthrows $20,000 sponsorship at Tigers-Knights NRL gameThe family-of-five are all Knights’ supporters and make regular trips from Wauchope to Newcastle to cheer-on the team.

Shane Baum said the Tamworth game was the same distance away as Newcastle, so it gave them one more chance to watch their beloved Knights.

“I was the only Knights supporter to start with I took Cindy down and she got hooked,” Mr Baum said.

Their kids are all on-side too, decked-out in the team’s kit.

“To actually meet the players and watch a game. This is going to be etched in the memories of people forever.” @RaidersCanberra legend Alan Tongue says #NRLKnightsTigers clash will be a boon for bush footy #[email protected]://t.co/guZsCaNkJa

— Jacob McArthur (@jlmcarthur4) 16 April 2018Trekking Tigers take over Tamworth SUPER FAN: Tigers’ fan Shay Quilty and his Tamworth partner Larissa Lockrey are embarking on their biggest-trek for a footy match this weekend. Photo: Supplied

THE Tigers are on the prowl and they’re coming to Tamworth from around the country.

The Sydney-based Wests Tigers club will have supporters at Scully Park coming from the city, as well as Brisbane, Dubbo, Moree and beyond.

It’dbe fair to describe Sydney-man Shay Quilty as a footy fanatic, a ticketed member of the Tigers for 10 years and he’s going to attend 26 games of league this year.

The trek to Tamworth will his farthest for a footy fix, but there was no chance hewould miss the chance to see the Tigers in his partner’s, Larrisa Lockrey, hometown.

The pair got their tickets for the game in December andMr Quilty said it was no surprise the Tamworth clash had sold-out.

He said he’d back a regular Tamworth Tigers fixture if it was worth it for the team.

“It’d have to be worthwhile for the club, they are giving up a home game,” he said.

“The NRL should give incentives to take the games away.”

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