Tiger Talk – 1 April 2015 (No Joke!)


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This week:

This Thursday night we play DOSA under lights at the TCA for the return of the Tye Bennett Cup. This game has been missing for a couple of years, and it will be a great spectacle (commencing at 6pm) and will be our last hit out before playing Dodges Ferry in Round 1.  See You There!

Jarratt Horton Feature HERE

The season is fast approaching us now, in fact it is only 10 days away! View our membership packages here. You can even purchase/renew it online here or alternatively call Joshua Munting on 0458015332.

Watercarriers Needed:
We are looking for watercarriers for gameday, if you or your child (aged 14 or over) is interested please contact Joshua Munting on 0458 015 332!

Upcoming Events

We are certainly up and running with events to keep you active and enjoying the winter months.
The first of these events will see a night at the greyhounds. We have booked the date of Thursday 30th of April at Tattersall’s Park for this event and we are assured it will be great fun.  Any enquiries please contact Iain Frawley on 0408 126 200The second event for the year is our annual golf day. Having been to several of these I can highly recommend them as a bonding, social occasion that is hard to beat. Bragging rights are always on offer and if you are lucky you may witness the sacred ceremony where Marshall Reeves thanks all his golf balls for residing with him, then explains that he regrets some of them will not be going home with him tonight .For more information on this CLICK HERE.
Entertainment number three will be in the form of a ladies luncheon and is booked in the Den for Saturday May 23rd.  This will be a new venture guaranteed to impress with guest speakers who will amaze, so make a fun group or  even a work table, put it in the diary and watch this space for more information.
Recent Events:
On Saturday night the den was buzzing as 40 of the former Railway Football Club players and officials put on a reunion to celebrate the 50th anniversary premiership (1965).  It was amazing to listen to the stories and see the comradery of the group. Such was this that two players travelled from Western Australia for the occasion. It was also interesting to learn that the original competition that Railway played in included 21 teams including, Snug, Margate, West Hobart, Moonah and of course Railway.