Redcliffe Tigers

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Redcliffe Tigers
Names
Full name Redcliffe Tigers Australian Rules Football Club
Club details
Founded 1974
Colours      Black and      yellow
Competition Queensland Australian Football League
President Steve Brown
Coach Dave McCreadie
Ground(s) Rothwell Park – Rothwell
Other information
Official website www.redcliffetigers.com.au

Redcliffe Tigers AFC is an Australian football club – Aussie Rules Club, that plays its home games in Rothwell, a suburb of Redcliffe, South East Queensland. It plays in the SEQAFL Div 3 Australian rules football competition. It has had a few playing strip changes in the last couple of years, from the Richmond Tiger playing guernsey to an all-black with a tiger head on the front to an all yellow with a tiger head on the front.

The Tigers have teams in under-8s, 9s 10s, 11s, 12s, 14s, 16s, 18s, Masters, Reserves and Seniors.

History[edit]

The club started in 1974 as the Redcliffe Peninsula Australian Football Club, a junior club with underage boys for the local junior competition.[1]

In 1975, the seniors fielded a team in the SQAFA Division 3 and finished in seventh position.[2] In 1975, the seniors fielded a team in the SQAFA Division 2 and finished in eighth position.[3] A reserve side finished seventh in division 3.[4]

1988 and the club won the SQAFA Division 2 premiership

In 2012, AFL Queensland State Association Division 2 renamed to the South East Queensland Australian Football League (SEQAFL) Division 3.

Premierships[edit]

  • 1988 – Southern Queensland Australian Football Association Division 2
  • 2002 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 2 - Premiers and champions
  • 2005 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 1
  • 2008 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 2
  • 2012 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 3

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