Bluff to Slick for Tigers

vs bluff dv game

Tigers will be looking to back in the winners circle after a 48-20 loss to competition leaders Bluff Rabbitohs. Bluff proved too strong in most departments running away with it in the last 20 mins.

Tigers lost alot of experience in Ray Ebsworth, Josh Binnie, Darcy Darby,  Matt Langby, Brendon Kelly all being not available after representing the Central Highlands Rep team the week before. With Henry Watkins also unavailable Koby Scott got his first full A Grade game as hooker.

Debutants on the night were Jackson Morgan and Litani Totau. Both played well and will grow with time.

Tigers were behind on the scoreboard all night. The green and whites showed glimpses of top level footy but othertimes looked disjointed due to the number of changes in the side. Pete Eversham had a strong night up in the engine room. Points on the night went to

Players Player- Pete Eversham
Old Boys Player of the match- Brendon O’Neill
3 Sebastian Steigler
2 Brendon O’Neill
1 Kitione Saukuru

Tigers look to get back some of the rep players this weekend and put a strong performance in against a hard hitting springsure side. The game will kick off at 7pm this Saturday at McIndoe Park.