Wednesday, October 16, 2019

“Bridge” to Lop his Locks!

February 13, 2019 by  
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“MARK THE DATE” On Saturday 2nd March at the Tigers Players Camp, Tigers 1st Grade Player Jeremy Bridger will Lop his locks to raise funds to assist those traveling to the Tigers 2019 Solomon Islands Community Trip. Bridge will be cutting away those dreadlocks he has had for the past 3 years. The link below is […]

“KAV” to play 100th Tigers 1st Grade Game!

July 11, 2012 by  
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James Kavanagh to play his 100th 1st Grade Game for the Tigers Prolific high scoring Queanbeyan Tigers forward line player James Kavanagh will line up against Tuggeranong on Saturday at Greenway Oval for the 100th time in his career with the Club. Since joining the Tigers in 2007, he has been one of the Clubs […]

“Arctic Park” – the venue for a Tough Encounter.

May 26, 2011 by  
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“Arctic Park” – the venue for a Tough Encounter. It may not be the most inviting place to attend, but Greenway Oval will be the venue for the match of the round this Sunday when the Tigers take on Tuggeranong in the Round 9 match of the NEAFL – Eastern Conference competition. The Hawks defeated […]

“The 89th Tigers Player to reach 100 First Grade Games”

July 31, 2018 by  
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CONGRATULATIONS TOBY CONROY “The 89th Tigers Player to reach 100 First Grade Games” This Sunday Toby Conroy reaches the magical 100 First Grade Games when we host the Ainslie Football Club, the day also includes the Annual Muir Medal and R U OK Round! Toby’s Tigers Career Highlights – 1st Grade Games – 99 ACT […]

% the difference between playing finals footy and a long off season.

August 22, 2013 by  
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A disappointing NEAFL season has concluded for the reigning Premiers. They will miss the finals on percentage with GWS GIANTS taking fifth spot.   The closeness of the competition throughout the season is highlighted by the fact that the Tigers were just three games from top spot on the ladder but have failed to make the […]

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 […]

100 Club Dinner!

September 5, 2011 by  
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The Tigers 29th Annual 100 Club Dinner capped of a magnificent day for the Club. • Both the NEAFL and AFL Canberra Reserve Grade teams won their respective games at Dairy Farmers Park. • There was the end of an era with the closure after 32 years service of the manually operated scoreboard at the […]

100 Club Function – 2012

August 15, 2012 by  
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Tigers Host 100 Club Members An array of former players attended the Tigers 100 Club Function last Saturday evening including two of the best to have donned the club colours. Former champs Mal Wheeler and James Black were in attendance to assist as presenters and both were warmly welcomed during the night. Wheeler was a […]

200 Club Games for Veteran Tigers

May 8, 2014 by  
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Club Legends Neil Irwin and Captain Ryan Quade reach milestone games this weekend when they take the field against Ainslie and Sydney University respectively. They will both play their 200th Club game . “Quadie” will reach the milestone as a member of the NEAFL team at the Sydney University Oval on Saturday while “Neilo” reaches […]

200 League Games for James Kavanagh

July 9, 2013 by  
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Inspirational Queanbeyan Tigers Full Forward James Kavanagh will play his 200th League game on Sunday 14 July when the Tigers meet Belconnen Magpies in the Round 17 NEAFL Eastern Conference clash. It will be a special day for the Club during which they will be promoting the Vietnam Veterans and Veterans Foundation by way a […]

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