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Seven Straight

Tiger’s Women make it 7 in a row

The 2021 Grand Final win makes it 7 premierships in a row for the Womens team and keeps that impressive record going for another year.

The win came about through a solid team performance against a Goondiwindi Hawks team who put in a tremendous fight.

The Tigers scored very early through a 50 metre penalty to Tracey Twidale, ironically Tracey has been the first goal scorer in the last 3 grand finals. Another goal late in the term to Meg Pullinger gave the Tigers a handy lead going into quarter time. Q 1. Scores 2.2.14 to 0.1.1 The second quarter was an absolute stand off with no goals being scored with Tigers getting 2 behinds to Gundy’s 1 behind. Q 2. Scores 2.4.14 to 0.2.2 The only goal of the Third quarter was a great snap by Chloe Hunt, the League Leading Goal Kicker, and this gave the Tigers a comfortable but not unassailable lead going into the last quarter. Again the defence was unbreakable keeping Gundy scoreless in the third.

Q 3. Scores 3.4.22 to 0.2.2

The Tigers with 2 goals in the first 10 minutes of the last quarter to Lauren Fraser and Meg Pullinger gave the Tigers a comfortable run home to the final siren and the opportunity to soak up the win. Tiarna Jericho won the Jeff Neumann Medal for the Best on Ground with an outstanding performance. Kaitlyn Zelinski also had an outstanding game playing on Hawks Gun Shae Easton and winning the battle. Lilly Paterson was unstoppable in defence, along with young guns Lauren Fraser and Chrissie Watson both having brilliant games. But on a whole the entire Tigers team played an attacking style of football that Gundy couldn’t combat.

Final scores: Tigers 5.4.34 to Goondiwindi 0.3.3


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