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Wests Tigers have had the highest home crowd average of all Sydney based NRL clubs for the past three seasons, and season 2009 is looking to be no different.

Almost 93,000 Wests Tigers members and supporters have attended Wests Tigers home matches in season 2009, which leaves just over 7,000 more to break the 100,000 mark.

Be the 100,000th supporter through the turnstiles this Friday as Wests Tigers take on the Brisbane Broncos at Campbelltown and you could win the match ball.

With tickets selling fast, and the much anticipated return of John Skandalis to the NRL, Friday’s match is shaping up to be another bumper crowd for Wests Tigers.

The Heritage round match at the SCG on Sunday set a new crowd record for Wests Tigers, surpassing the mark set in 2005 against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

Wests Tigers are also on track to set a new season crowd record, with the aggregate of the first five home matches (92,332) just below the current record set in 2006 (96,124).

“Win or lose, rain or shine – Wests Tigers fans are by far the best supporters I have played in front of”, said Wests Tigers English enforcer Gareth Ellis.

“The first two matches in Campbelltown were great experiences for me, and I can not wait to play there again on Friday”.

To win the match ball, simply be the 100,000th supporter to enter the turnstiles on Friday at Campbelltown. Wests Tigers will even present you with the match ball on the field after the game.

Friday’s match is also the 10th Anniversary of Wests Tigers. Wests Tigers very first match was against the Brisbane Broncos at Campbelltown Sports Stadium in 2000.

To help you celebrate, Wests Tigers Supporters Shop is offering 10% off all merchandise at the match. So get to the match and help Wests Tigers secure the two points.

The ground record for Campbelltown Sports Stadium for an NRL game is 20,527 set by Wests Tigers v Nth Qld in round 23 of the 2005 season.

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