Tigers Women get first win for 2015

The Melbourne Tigers Women’s team have scored their first win of the 2015 BigV season by downing Warrandyte 64 to 58 in front of their home crowd last Saturday night.

This win will no doubt be a major morale booster for the Tigers who were belted the previous week by Hume City, This win shows that the team can rebound from disheartening losses and it is hoped this win will give the Tigers the confidence and belief to continue to win games this season.

Meanwhile the Melbourne Tigers Men’s team failed to capitalize on it’s win against Hume City by falling to the previous winless Whittlesea 76 to 66., With both Diamond Creek and Whittlesea winning games on the weekend it means the Tigers battle to stay off the bottom of the ladder has tightened back up.

Round 5 will tip off for the Tigers on Saturday night with the Women travelling to Eltham High School to take on Eltham Wildcats at 6pm while the Men are once again at MSAC from 8pm taking on the Sherbrooke Suns, WANMU will report on the game as soon as news comes to hand.

Tigers aim to square up season

The Melbourne Tigers Men’s team (1-2) aim to square up their BigV season ledger when they take on the Whittlesea Pacers (0-5) from 8pm tomorrow night at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) while the Women’s team hope to get a win on the board when they take on Warrandyte Venom from 6pm also at MSAC.

The Tigers Men go into the game full of confidence after beating their more fancied rivals Hume City Broncos on their home turf last week, Tigers fans are steadily making their way to BigV games as word of the season in progress makes it’s way to fans who were left in the cold after the axing of the Tigers name and history in the NBL.

The Tigers Women’s team (0-3) is hoping to rebound from a massive loss to Hume City by beating the similarly luckless Warrandyte (0-4), Despite the massive loss last week Tigers fans are sticking with the team knowing that success will come in the future as the team learn from each other and their abilities.

WANMU will report on the results as they come to hand.