A Grandstand Revamp
60 associates of the Tigers Club were on hand last Saturday to assist in a working bee in and around the renovation of the grandstand facility. In addition a massive cleanup of the ground occurred with litter, hedging and general maintenance of areas being attended too.
It was a fantastic effort by all concerned which included past and present day players, members of the Tigerettes, parents of players, many volunteers and a few club officials.
The Club would like to thank all those who attended. When complete the grandstand facility will accommodate larger change room facilities for the home team and visiting team, increased area for the canteen, new ladies and disabled toilets and new facilities for both men and women umpires.
The next working bee will be on 29 March from 8.00am.
Volunteers Rach Klemke and Lisa Bush washing down some of the memorabilia
Club Legend Tony Wynd knocking down the last wall of the current renovation.
Club Captain Ryan Quade and NEAFL Player Dave Smith painting in the home changerooms
The end result of a massive clean up of the back room and the extension
Sports Medicine Trainer Fred Gisik on the grinder
The Tigerettes worked tirelessly throughout the day with brushes in hand.
Under 18 Grade players Jackson Monck, Mitch Wallis and Tyler Collins showing their skills from the disabled toilet