Benji Marshall set to break pointscoring record

Wests Tigers five-eighth Benji Marshall looks set to break the Club’s pointscoring record against Parramatta at the Sydney Football Stadium on Sunday, August 21.

Marshall needs 4 more points to break the record held by 2005 premiership wining team-mate Brett Hodgson of 786 points.

Hodgson set the record in 102 games through 38 tries and 317 goals.

Marshall sits on 783 points through 62 tries, 265 goals and 5 field goals in 150 games. He already holds the club record for most tries.

He played his 150th game for Wests Tigers along with prop Todd Payten in the 32-18 win over Penrith.

Wests Tigers will be gunning for their 6th consecutive victory when they take on the Eels on Sunday afternoon.

There is plenty at stake for the Wests Tigers who will be hoping their large army of supporters will be in attendance to cheer the side on.

Most Points for Wests Tigers
786 Brett Hodgson in 102 games (38 tries, 317 goals)
783 Benji Marshall in 150 games (62 tries, 265 goals, 5 FG)
526 Joel Caine in 75 games (26 tries, 211 goals).

by Buford Balony




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