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Tigers News Update!

July 28, 2010 by  
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Australian Country Football Carnival Congratulations to AFL Canberra in particular Managing Director Geoff Gosling and staff members Russell Taylor, Tamarah Knox and Amy Dwyer for their organisation of the Australian Country Football Championships. The Carnival was a credit to all concerned. To our many volunteers who assisted in the two day event at Dairy Farmers […]

Armstrong Academy gains Corporate Support!

July 20, 2010 by  
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The 2010/2011 Armstrong Academy will be entering the new season with gusto with the Junior Club gaining Corporate Support from well known businesses BORDER STAINLESS STEEL, MARTIN DONNELLY Pty LTD, RUMBLES CRANES and SPACE DEVELOPMENTS all agreeing to terms for the next two years. The Academy is opened to all U16s and U18s players. A […]

A Must Win – A WIN!!

July 20, 2010 by  
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FIRST GRADE The game went right down to the final siren with only two points separating the Tigers and Magpies when the “hooter” finally sounded after 13 minutes of over time. A goal after the siren to Paul Franchi gave a difference of 8 points in a match that could have gone either way. The […]

ACT to Defend Australian Country Championship Title!

July 20, 2010 by  
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The Tigers Centre Half Forward James Kavanagh has been named Captain of the ACT team that will participate in this weeks Landmark Australian Country Football Championships being held in Canberra / Queanbeyan from Thursday to Sunday. Teams from WA, SA, two teams from Vic, Qld, and NSW plus the ACT will compete in this prestigious […]

Remarkable Return and Senior Preview!

July 16, 2010 by  
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Tigers Under 18 Grade player Brendan Hague makes a welcome return to the playing field on Saturday morning against Belconnen at Manuka Oval. ‘Hague” was seriously injured in a car accident earlier this season and placed in intensive care for some time. Doctors advised the youngster that he may never play football again after suffering […]

Strong return to the Winners List!

July 13, 2010 by  
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FIRST GRADE The Tigers made a welcome return to the winners list with a well deserved and spirited victory over Ainslie at Dairy Farmers Park last Sunday. A loss would have placed them a game plus percentage out of the four after the upset win by Eastlake over Belconnen the previous day. As it stands […]

Tigers Players attend the Western Bulldogs Academy!

July 10, 2010 by  
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At the end of June this year the Queanbeyan Tigers Senior and Junior Clubs sponsored three of it’s Armstrong Academy players to attend the Western Bulldogs Academy which was held over two days at the Mission Elite Training Centre Whitton Oval, Melbourne. Young Guns Sam Jensen, Jack Bowyer and James Armstrong were shown what it […]

Tiger Champion to play 100th 1st Grade Game!

July 7, 2010 by  
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Mitch Daniher to play 100th 1st Grade match Queanbeyan’s prolific onballer Mitch Daniher will record his 100th 1st Grade this Sunday at Dairy Farmers Park when the Tigers take on Ainslie. The match is deemed as one of the most important of the year with the Tigers reeling after winning just one match from the […]

Tigers Spring Auskick Program – Registration!

July 7, 2010 by  
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Queanbeyan 2011 Spring Auskick Program REGISTRATION! DATE: Saturday 27th August VENUE: Dairy Farmers Park Canteen Area TIME: 9.30am to 11.30am COST: $60.00 per child QBN Spring Auskick 2011 If you have already done the winter program there is no fee applicable for this program but can you please still send the form in to say […]

Another Poor Effort!

July 5, 2010 by  
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FIRST GRADE Simply woeful – are the only words that can describe such an inept performance by the Tigers 1st Grade team last Saturday against Eastlake. Had the Tigers won they could have almost sealed a finals berth. As it stands they will be flat out staying off the bottom of the ladder – a […]