WA Tigers News

  • Thank you FLEA for all you have done for WA Tigers!

    A sad day for many Tiger faithful hearing the news that Flea has fallen victim to the Covid-19 Downsizing at Punt Road.  Across many Supporter Groups – official and informal – Flea is a brilliant ambassador that can make any event shine! Thank you for everything! We will miss you Flea – don’t be a stranger!

    Follow Flea’s WA Supporter Group Appreciation Post on Facebook – HERE

  • Meet our Members – Blake

    Blake is a passionate Tigers man and kept a promise to himself made during the ‘dark days’ that if we won a premiership then he would get a tattoo … well, he certainly lived up to his word with two amazing sleeves – one for each premiership … so far!

    Meet Blake as he shows off his grand Tiger ink! Go Tiges!

    Blake chats to our WA Tigers   HERE 

  • Tigerland’s Leading Lady – Peggy O’Neal

    Barrie Cassidy’s One Plus One Series – Peggy O’Neal

    A wonderful insight to our leading lady at Tigerland.

    One Plus One Series 2020 – Episode 6 Peggy O’Neal

  • Tiger Cub Hub

    Looking for some cool things to keep the cubs in your life amused? Check out the Cub Hub!

    TIGERS CUB HUB Here

  • Talking Tigers Top 10 WA Tigers

    Talking Tigers, Richo, Greeners and JB look at the top 10 Tigers originating from WA in a celebration of the dynamic skills, achievements and personalities of some of WA’s favorite sons.

     Head straight to the Episode 5 2020 TALKING TIGERS PODCAST HERE

    READ MORE HERE

    1. ALEX RANCE 200 games, 9 goals, 2009-2019, five-time All-Australian representative (2014, 205, 2016, 2017, 2018), Jack Dyer Medallist (2015), premiership player (2017).
    2. NEIL BALME 159 games, 229 goals, 1970-1979, two-time winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1972, 1973), dual premiership player (1973, 1974).
    3. DARREN GASPAR 207 games, 22 goals, 1996-2007, two-time All-Australian representative (2000, 2001), Jack Dyer Medallist (2001).
    4. ROBERT WILEY 95 games, 127 goals, 1979-1983, premiership player (1980).
    5. BRUCE MONTEATH 118 games, 198 goals, 1975-1980, All-Australian representative (1979), winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1978), premiership captain (1980)
    6. MARK COUGHLAN 92 games, 39 goals, 2001-2009, Jack Dyer Medallist (2003).
    7. MICHEAL MITCHELL 81 games, 103 goals, 1987-1991, winner of the Club’s Goal of the 20th Century (Round 22, 1990 v Sydney, SCG).
    8. BRIAN TAYLOR  43 games, 156 goals, 1980-1984, two-time winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1982, 1984).
    9. NATHAN BROAD  55 games, 1 goal, 2016-2020, dual premiership player (2017, 2019).
    10. ANDREW KRAKOUER 102 games, 102 goals, 2001-2007.
  • A Day in the Life of Kamdyn… the ISO days

    WA’s Tiger Ambassador Kamdyn McIntosh shares some classic moments of a typical ISO day …

    Check Out Kamdyn’s day HERE

  • The Unofficial RFC Team of the 21st Century

    Certainly no surprise to see Alex Rance in this company.

    See Some of Alex’s great highlights HERE

  • Peggy’s Update – April 2020

    RFC President, Peggy O’Neal gives an update from Punt Road to Members and Supporters.

    PEGGY O’NEAL’s UPDATE HERE

  • Dave Astbury on Liam Baker

    Dave Astbury speaks about Liam Baker’s future prospects at Tigerland after only 23 games, including a Premiership.

    See what he has to say about our boy from WA HERE

  • Letter From Peggy and Benny Re the Season – March 2020

    Richmond President Peggy O’Neal and Chief Executive Officer Brendon Gale provided the following update for our Members and Supporters in March 2020.

    Read their letter HERE