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Enjoyable Day at the Footy with Community Partners!

May 30, 2012 by  
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Enjoyable Day at the Footy with Community Partners Supporters and Members of the Tigers Club enjoyed a day at the Footy last Sunday with our Community Partners promoting their respective businesses to those in attendance. New Major Corporate Sponsor Bendigo Bank through Community branches at Jerrabomberra, Wanniassa, Calwell and Curtain joined the Heart Foundation and […]

A Big Day Sunday – Muir Medal.

May 30, 2012 by  
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MUIR Medal This Sundays NEAFL game at Dairy Farmers Park between the Tigers and Ainslie will be the 7th annual match between the two clubs whereby the MUIR Medal is presented to a player for a Best on Ground performance. This Medal has been struck to recognise the significant contribution to the Queanbeyan Tigers and […]

Another Win for Tigerettes!

May 30, 2012 by  
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Queanbeyan 6.3 7.4 8.10 9.14 (68) ADFA 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals Olivia Dawson 2, Hannah Dunn 2, Lani Watson 2, Davina Harris, Amy McLenaghan, Tegan Tisma Best: Melissa Hurley, Hannah Dunn, Jacinta Froud, Kristen Turner, Kodie Woodridge, Tegan Tisma, Olivia Dawson, Davina Harris The Tigerettes have recorded back to back wins with a […]

Well Done Tigers! – 4 Wins from 4 Games

May 21, 2012 by  
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NEAFL The Tigers consolidated top spot on the Eastern Conference NEAFL ladder with a comprehensive win over Belconnen at Manuka Oval last Saturday. It was the first time in over ten years that the Tigers have defeated Belconnen in all three grades on the one day / weekend. The 3 wins on top of the […]

Did U Drop Ya Bundle!!

May 21, 2012 by  
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The Tigers had a Fun Night last Saturday at the clubs Dropa Bundle Race Meeting. Chief Steward James Kavanagh, on line bookie Matt Napier along with his lovely wife Wendy) and Book keeper Ryan Quade ran an extremely functional 6 program event with all winners advancing into the Black and Gold Cup. The winner on […]

1 NSW/ACT Ram and 7 Tigers Selected in Representative Teams.

May 18, 2012 by  
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Sam Jensen has 25 1st Grade games under his belt at the tender age of 17. His inclusion in the NSW / ACT RAMS team for 2012 is testament of the abilities he has displayed this season when playing for the Tigers in the NEAFL competition. Everyone in Tiger Land wishes Sam all the very […]

Ladies Captain to play 100th Game – Congrats Jacinta Froud.

May 17, 2012 by  
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100th Ladies Game for Jacinta Froud Jacinta Froud – known to most as Splinta – will play her 100th game of Women’s league football when she plays for the Tigerettes v ADFA at Dairy Farmers Park on Thursday 24 May commencing at 7.00pm. Splinta first began her career at the now defunct Harman Hogs ladies […]

Another Strong Showing.

May 16, 2012 by  
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Another Strong Showing. Tigers Coach Kade Klemke led the way last Sunday with an inspirational game to assist the team maintain number one position on the NEAFL Eastern Conference table. Along with partner in crime Josh Bryce, the pair were impassable across the half backline repeatedly turning defence into attack. It was a top of […]

Div 1 Team back on Winners List.

May 8, 2012 by  
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Tigers Defeat Magpies The Tigers AFL Canberra Division 1 team turned the tables on the Magpies for the first time this year after two previous defeats against last years grand final opponents. For the third time in 7 matches the two teams lined up against each other with the previous results favouring the Magpies by […]

A Pink Day with A BIG WIN!

May 2, 2012 by  
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NEAFL The Tigers NEAFL team had a comprehensive win over Sydney University last Sunday with a classy and dominant first half display. An eight goal opening term paved the way for a commanding half time lead in front of a respectable crowd considering the early start of the match. The Tigers first quarter was probably […]