The Men had their work cut out for them over the weekend with 1 possible Championship contender and a team desperate to get themselves to show their playoff desires all without 2nd leading scorer Dexter Kernich-Drew.
The Melbourne Tigers had their winning streak broken in an overtime thriller at home last game out against Ballarat. The team have had a well deserved week’s break now and will head to Tasmania for a weekend double header.
The Men’s program for the Melbourne Tigers are in the 3rd year of their return to the SEABL and it seems to of found a sudden burst of energy that no one saw coming.
This has clash of the round written all over it with the red-hot Tigers going up against the highly fancied Ballarat Miners at the Oakleigh Recreation Centre.
“We are thrilled that Yufeng Han, (referred to as Han), will be playing his first game for the Melbourne Tigers Men’s team this week. Han’s time with the Tigers is another step forward for the relationship with the Shenzhen Leopards. We look forward to having Han help the Tigers win more games in SEABL this…
The Melbourne Tigers have a thing about playing Sandringham and giving their fans a real scare. The Tigers though were able to overcome the challenge and held on for their 7th consecutive win to take them to 7 wins 3 losses on the year.
The Melbourne Tigers keep on rolling as they have now won 6 straight and will look for their 7th when they head to Sandringham for their rematch on Sandringham’s home court.
The Men were coming into this weekend on a roll with 4 straight wins for the first time since coming back into the SEABL and were coming against some stiff competition in BA CoE and Frankston.
For the first time since the Tigers have come back into the SEABL, they have won 4 straight games and now find themselves in the Top 8. This weekend will prove a large test for the Tigers as they look to make it 5 and 6 in a row.