U14's Match Report

By , 1 June 2011

U14's Match Report

Great Team Effort

vs Calamvale

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U16's Match Report

By , 31 May 2011

U16's Match Report

Friday Night Lights vs Aspley

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U18's Move to 2nd on Ladder after win against Nambour

By , 30 May 2011

U18's Move to 2nd on Ladder after win against Nambour

Tiger Machine Rolls On With 81 Point Win Against Last Years Preliminary Finalist

Joseph Gould 100 Club Game

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Tigers Win Back the Herald Cup

By , 29 May 2011

Tigers Win Back the Herald Cup

Seniors Respond with 22 Point Win Against Caboolture

Reserves Slug Out Tough Win Against The Lions

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Former VFL Great Rates Our U18's Highly

By , 26 May 2011

Former VFL Great Rates Our U18's Highly

Read Former Hawthorn Champ and Now AFLQ Football Service Manager and U18's Competition Coordinator's Wrap-Up of The Tigers Game Against Nth Shore

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U18's Momentum Keeps Building

By , 25 May 2011

U18's Momentum Keeps Building

Tigers Maul Nth Shore Jets With 18 Goal Win

Nathan Wadley 200 Games

Report Now Up

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Golden Employment Opportunity with AFLQ

By , 24 May 2011

Golden Employment Opportunity with AFLQ

Seeking Expressions of Interest for

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U13's Match Report

By , 24 May 2011

U13's Match Report

It wasn’t a fantastic start to the weekend with our smallest number of player’s at training this week.


The Captain and vice-captains were finally announced this week congratulations to Lachlan Demko as Captain and to Callum Hill and Billy Gard as Vice-Captain’s.
The start to Sunday was met with a challenge for some parents finding the ground which was not the easiest to find I must admit.  Then to find there weren’t any change rooms, this didn’t help our preparation for the game.


Thank you goes out to our sponsor Ashfield Capital for our new jerseys.  These were presented to the players before the game.  Thank you also to Malone Hospital Services for provision of the team trophies for the end of the year.

We were very slow out of the blocks which saw us on the back foot and 6 goals down at half time. This was due to player’s not manning up, a lack of urgency to get to the contested ball and to being able to apply an effective tackle or to spoil the ball.

After the half time break it was clear the boys came out with a different mindset and started competing for the ball. This resulted in us scoring 3 goals in the third quarter and keeping the opposition to only 1.
The fourth quarter we dropped off again and Park Ridge got a couple of quick goals. We fought back to get a couple more goals. One of these I think deserves a mention, a fantastic banana kick from Sam F. Hearing everyone on the side line saying “how did he get that?” is a fantastic thing for a coach to hear.

                 1st Q    2ndQ    3rdQ    4thQ
Park Ridge   2.2      7.6       9.8      13.8-86
Redcliffe     1.2      1.2       5.2        7.3-45


We have now learnt as a team that we need to be ready to play right from the start of the game.
See you all training on Wednesday.


Peter

Other Round 4 results:

Sun 22/May

9.13-67

Jimboomba Redbacks

def.

Calamvale

1.4-10

Sun 22/May

0.1-1

Springfield Lakes

def. by

Springwood

24.17-161

 

 

Pine Rivers Swans

 

BYE

 

 

 

Ladder After Round 4

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

B

FF

For

Agst

%

PTS

1

Springwood

4

3

1

0

0

295

101

292.08

12

2

Redcliffe

4

2

1

1

0

167

119

140.34

12

3

Calamvale

4

2

1

1

0

141

111

127.03

12

4

Jimboomba Redbacks

4

1

2

1

0

130

103

126.21

8

5

Park Ridge

4

1

2

0

1

177

195

90.77

8

6

Pine Rivers Swans

4

0

3

1

0

61

162

37.65

4

7

Springfield Lakes

4

0

4

0

0

32

372

8.60

0

U12's Match Report

By , 24 May 2011

U12's Match Report

While we’ll all look back on Sunday’s nine-point loss to Wilston Grange Gorilla’s as a missed opportunity, I have to say that the players’ approach to this contest was outstanding.

Our preparation for this match couldn’t be faulted. We emerged from the rooms with a strong resolve to really attack the footy, and we made a focus of the first half as a significant period of our planning. We tried to buck the trend to gain an advantage there and no doubt we set the scene. In fact, we probably should have been at least another goal up at the second change, due to the way we went about our work. 

We entered the second half with a one goal advantage and even thought the Gorilla’s kicked two quick goals with five minutes to go in the third, our boys responded brilliantly with three in quick succession to finish the quarter 2 goals up.

In the end, we just didn’t have the necessary composure to finish off. We laboured a little too long in our forward line, for what was in the end a lack of reward, and little wonder you look at the 3.2 to 0.0 final quarter score line and wonder “What if?”.

Wilston Grange def. Redcliffe

 

Q1

Q2

Q3

Final

Wilston Grange

1.0

1.1

3.3

6.5-41

Redcliffe

1.1

2.1

5.2

5.2-32


Goals:   Durban , Taglieri, Chapman, Williams, Harvey
Best:    Chapman, McMahon, Gibson, Taglieri, Kerrigan, Williams, Norman

If you consider the way the game went; our Tiger boys dominated in all aspects of Play. From the stoppages where our Rucks won almost every contest, clearances, contested possessions, contested marks to the time spent forward; I could go on and on here, because if you look at the game in its totality we were dominant in all aspects. But in the end we just couldn’t get the job done. Primarily due to a lack of composure and efficiency in our forward fifty and in the last quarter a lack of patience with the Umpiring which led to a loss of focus.

That said, I acknowledge the efforts of all our boys, especially in consideration of where we were 3 weeks ago. This has been a truly remarkable effort from the Team and if our new coaching strategy continues to reap dividends based on this trend, we may just give the finals a scare.

Special Mentions:

·              Chappy: +95% win in ruck,  Almost 10 contested marks,  many handballs to advantage, shepherds, tackles, defensive stops, plenty of kicks and a goal: Fantastic.

·              Ozzie: Incredible attack on the ball won almost every one on one contest and some when outnumbered. Awesome.

·              Taggs: Numerous kicks, chases, contested possessions, goal setups, tackles and a goal. Great Effort.

·              Declan: A return to the centre saw what this lad is truly capable of, unstoppable with ball in hand and great delivery capped of a great game.

·              TJ: A great display of bravery and attack at the ball, took numerous marks and was awesome in defence.

·              Diesel: WOW! Look out in the packs when he is around, stops for no-one and gets better every week.

·              Bailey W: Some great contested marks and many kicks, his growth continues in line with his hard work at training.

·              Monty: A great first goal, even if it was in borrowed boots. His celebration and the teams/coaches/parents reaction said it all.

·              James N: Was given a new ongoing role of protecting Taggs in all contests and was ruthless and remarkable; the “Terminator” is born!

·              Jacob: Showed signs of what is to come with his pace and agility, almost pulled of a great individual goal.

·              Benny: Is starting to show the attack on the ball that is needed, his ball skills are awesome so expect big things.

·              The rest of the team: Fulfilled all of their roles and truly there was a negative to be found. WELL DONE ALL!

·              Thanks to Boschy (Broken Foot) and Jake (Sick) who turned up to support their team-mates. Tiger Spirit personified.

Parents, Coaches and especially the players where gutted by the loss, which goes to show what a great team / organisation we have in our U12 Tigers. I know it is hard to take when it appears that our boys were hard done by, I struggled myself to remain calm; but as Malcolm Fraser said “Life wasn’t meant to be easy”. Our Tigers, Coaches and Parents will all learn from this game and in the future we won’t put ourselves in a position where decisions will matter.
 

The TIGERS are HERE!

Coach Gavan

Other results from Round 4

Sun 22/May

4.10-34

 

Springwood

def.

Beenleigh

 

4.7-31

Sun 22/May

4.6-30

 

Wynnum

vs

Mt Gravatt

 

4.6-30

Sun 22/May

6.12-48

 

Narangba

def.

Calamvale

 

1.1-7

 

Ladder After Round 4

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

D

For

Agst

%

PTS

1

Mt Gravatt

4

3

0

1

167

89

187.64

14

2

Springwood

4

3

1

0

189

116

162.93

12

3

Wilston Grange

4

3

1

0

121

101

119.80

12

4

Wynnum

4

2

1

1

78

129

60.47

10

5

Beenleigh

4

2

2

0

169

60

281.67

8

6

Narangba

4

1

3

0

95

110

86.36

4

7

Calamvale

4

1

3

0

112

186

60.22

4

8

Redcliffe

4

0

4

0

67

207

32.37

0

Mighty Tiger U14s on Top in the Mud

By , 24 May 2011

Mighty Tiger U14s on Top in the Mud

We knew that our build up during the week had to include reminding the boys that some areas of the TEAM values needed to be stepped up. This was discussed a couple of times and from then on our focus was on preparing for our game against Logan which we knew was going to be a battle. After training on Friday I was confident with how we had prepared.

We arrived at Logan where it was obvious the cutting the grass on the ground hadn’t happened for more than a few weeks and the place was also a mud bath. With these conditions it was important to ensure that the boys understood they had to keep to a basic game plan and that whoever had the most determined players and wanted the footy more would come out on top. It was going to be a slog!

It is always important to get a good start but in heavy conditions even more so. Our boys were great right from the start. Every player was playing their role for the TEAM. Our opponents were getting clearances but our back line would not let them take advantage of it. Willie and Patcho just kept on attacking the footy with the determination we asked for while Bondie ran to create some great attacking opportunities for the TEAM. Riley had an opponent that was bigger than him, Jordie and Nick all put together. The boy was a “mountain” but this didn’t stop any of our players from attacking the footy or taking him on if he went near the footy. Some great courage from our boys. Braidyn and Ethan played their part in finishing off the work of their mates by making the most of our scoring opportunities.

Quarter time came and all the boys were encouraging and positive about their efforts so far. I wanted to let a few players know that they had started very well but they had the challenge of keeping that same level throughout the game.

Our second quarter was a step up again. All the players were showing they wanted to be part of this TEAM. Our forwards were playing their role by making the most of our few scoring opportunities and also working to the structure we knew would get us those opportunities. Our on ballers combining with Sam and Blake were proving that if you wanted the footy more while working hard with your mates you can dominate your opponents. Curtie did a job he was given to stop our opponent’s clearances but he also continued to get in for the footy. Once again the backline were fantastic. All six of them were just so determined not to let their opponents get the footy, it was exciting to watch. In such heavy conditions this quarter of footy from all our boys was great.

Half time allowed us to make a handful of changes to mix things up and allow some players to play in different roles. It was important that we made sure the players understood they couldn’t drop off their efforts, we must continue to work hard and keep up the determination.

We knew the game would turn out to be a slog and the third quarter turned out to be that way. Although a couple of changes had occurred the backline kept up their work rate. Our on ballers were working much harder than our opponents and we had a lot of the play in our forward line. With Billy, Mitcha and Marcus off the ground we had a much different forward set up and our opponents dropped 2 extras back there. While they battled well it was difficult to make the most of our opportunities. I could see our opponents were getting frustrated and some of our players were receiving a little extra attention whenever they were in the contests. Although I don’t want to see fighting from any of our players I do encourage our boys to stick up for themselves and for each other.

The last break again allowed us to make more changes and I wanted to be sure the boys kept encouraging each other. The game was a tough battle in the conditions but if they all stuck together we would finish the game off well.

The last quarter saw Willie put into the ruck. This proved to us that not only can he attack and win the footy he sure can jump as well. It is quite obvious he loves the contest and just goes and goes. Connor and Ryan again received some attention from our opponents but to their credit and the other boys around them they did what I asked.  The important part is you keep control, do nothing silly and do your best to remain focussed on Footy. Like we did today if we think that you should come off to settle things down we will do that for the best of all concerned. We finished off the game with Bondie still dominating his part of the game with Jordie always there to support and help clear our backline. Even though feeling a bit crook throughout the game Mitcha was happy to again go back on the ground when it was time to give a mate a rest. Good on ya Mitcha.
All the boys finished the game of still battling and working hard. They all had enough left in them to sing the song loud and proud!

Congratulations to the award winners for the day, very well deserved. Thank you to our TEAM helpers and also to our supporters who made the trip down to get behind the boys. You all should have left feeling proud of the TEAM, happy that our boys showed great character and smiling because we not only beat our opponents but more importantly we got back to sticking together, encouraging each other and focussing on what we can control.

From the heavy conditions I expect the players will be a bit sore so to help with your recovery it is even more important to go for a walk or a light run and do some stretches over the next couple of days.

I look forward to seeing you all at training on Wednesday to begin our preparation for next week’s game against Calamvale. No doubt this will be another big test for us. Calamvale were in division 2 but dropped down to our division a couple of weeks ago and have had 2 solid wins since then.

See you Wednesday.


Jerry

Other results from Round 4

Fri 20/May

0.2-2

Beenleigh

def. by

Aspley Brown

14.7-91

Sun 22/May

12.13-85

Calamvale

def.

Everton

3.2-20

Sun 22/May

10.8-68

Kenmore/Sherwood

def.

Morningside Red

4.0-24

 

 

 

Ladder After Round 4

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

For

Agst

%

PTS

1

Redcliffe

4

3

1

213

114

186.84

12

2

Kenmore/Sherwood

4

3

1

161

133

121.05

12

3

Aspley Brown

4

2

2

191

119

160.50

8

4

Calamvale

4

2

2

210

205

102.44

8

5

Logan Cobras

4

2

2

121

131

92.37

8

6

Morningside Red

4

1

3

151

244

61.89

4

7

Everton

4

1

3

159

260

61.15

4

8

Beenleigh

4

0

4

15

255

5.88

0

U16's Match Report

By , 22 May 2011

U16's Match Report

U16 Div 1 - McDonald's Cup

Top of the Table Clash:

vs Morningside

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Half Way Mark. Tigers Need to Lift to Ensure Finals Berth

By , 22 May 2011

Half Way Mark. Tigers Need to Lift to Ensure Finals Berth

Seniors: 2nd Half Lapse Cost Tigers Dearly

Reserves: Solid Win Against Co Finals Contenter. Shane Ward Dons the Yellow & Black Again for BOG Performance

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Masters Mowed Down at Souths

By , 21 May 2011

Masters Mowed Down at Souths

Lack of Numbers cost Tigers

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U14's Match Report

By , 18 May 2011

U14's Match Report

Didn’t Get It Right On The Night...

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U13's Match Report

By , 18 May 2011

U13's Match Report

A good win with a lesson learnt!

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