Sport Cancer survivor Matt Eisenhuth set for Tigers debut

09:05  17 june  2017
09:05  17 june  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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  Sharks beat Tigers in NRL comeback win Cronulla have scored two tries in the final six minutes for a 24-22 NRL win over the Wests Tigers at Southern Cross Group Stadium. The Tigers looked to have put the nail in the Sharks' coffin on Saturday night when Malakai Watene-Zelezniak crossed in the 71st minute to give his side a 22-14 buffer in front of 11,695 fans.However, the Sharks scored twice in the final six minutes through Jayson Bukuya and Edrick Lee to snatch a valuable two points without their State of Origin stars including Andrew Fifita, James Maloney and Jack Bird.

Matt Eisenhuth will become the 205th player to play first-grade for Wests Tigers when he makes his NRL debut this Saturday against the Cronulla Sharks.

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  Cancer survivor Matt Eisenhuth set for Tigers debut © Provided by Sportal com au Three years ago, Matt Eisenhuth was diagnosed with cancer after a niggling leg injury resulted in doctors finding a tumour in his left leg.

On Saturday, the 24-year-old is set to mark a remarkable recovery by making his debut for the Tigers against the Sharks.

A cousin of Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen, Eisenhuth's rugby league revival is all the more impressive considering he's also undergone multiple shoulder reconstructions during stints with Parramatta and Penrith.

After a consistent season with Wests Tigers NSW Cup side in 2016, the forward secured his first full-time contract with the club in 2017 and put pen to paper on a one-year deal.

Eisenhuth is expected to come on off the bench against the Sharks on Saturday and you'll want to keep your eye out for the NRL's newest and argubaly most persistent player.

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