Follow the Tigers on Twitter

By , 8 January 2012

Follow the Tigers on Twitter
Follow the Tigers on Twitter

Start Twitting away

@RedcliffeTigers

Also have your say on our Facebook Page

Follow the Tigers on Twitter

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For the Newbie's to Twitter, follow the directions below.

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To access twitter go to www.twitter.com

From there follow the prompts to start your own account. Fairly simple to do so as you just need an email address and a password. When it asks you to add 5 people or topics to follow, just ignore that and continue. Once you've done that go to the search tab on the page and all you need do is enter our twitter address which is:
@RedcliffeTigers

When you find it, a little tab will appear which says "follow me+", all you need to do is click on it and then hey presto you are now a Redcliffe Tigers follower!! It's that easy!!

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We can also be found on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Redcliffe-Tigers-AFL-Club-Official/252810421418338.

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Social Networking Site Policy

Any competition player or official who is found to have engaged in, or is suspected of engaging in the unacceptable use of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or any other social networking site in connection with the game of Australian Football in any way, may be brought before the Tribunal, notwithstanding the behaviour did not occur on the playing field.

Without limiting the operation of this rule, unacceptable use may involve the player or official:

(i) Criticising umpires, players or any other person involved in Australian Football;

(ii) Engaging in bullying behaviour including but not limited to name-calling or making condescending, offensive (including racist or sexist) or abusive remarks about any person involved in Australian Football; or

(iii) Engaging in any other behaviour which the AFL reasonably determines, in its absolute discretion, to have breached this policy.

It is not relevant that the person making the remarks was not aware that content could or would be made publicly available.

This rule is to be interpreted broadly.

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