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  • Tigers Ruthless in One Day Final It has been twenty one years since Redlands Tigers won the John McKnoulty One Day Cup in the Queensland Premier Cricket First Grade Competition. The game, played at Allan Border Oval, was littered with recognisable names on both sides with Labuschagne, Heazlett, Pierson and Milenko playing for Redlands and Burns, Hauritz, Healy and McSweeney playing for North’s. North’s batted first posting a competitive 6/323 with McSweeney 115, Healy 68,
  • Many words and pictures have rightfully been shared about First Grade’s ground breaking one day grand final win this weekend. But there were two blokes taking the field for the tigers yesterday who had been there and done that before. Paul Stenhouse and Wes Aspeling were part of the last team to bring home the one day trophy in 1999 (when we were known as Easts-Redlands), this time they were helping the Tigers Over 40s
  • Redlands Tigers 1st Grade team has been able to win back the Kersey Shield after an epic run chase. West’s posted 319 after Sam Truloff 144 (253) & Ben Maynard 53 (122). The Redlands Tigers batting line up however chased down the total in 77.2 overs with Jimmy Peirson 129 (184) & James Bazley 68 (129) steering the side home. It is always a great rivalry between our two clubs & a great way to

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