On 25th April Tees Tigers will be holding a memorial paddle/race in memory of Simon Fletcher. As I’m sure most will remember Simon was killed in a tragic accident when training at Grandtully on the river Tay. The format of
Who Said that Canoe Polo is a dying sport? This weekend saw the final league tournament for the Tees Tigers “Local-ish Youth League”, where 7 teams competed for the title of Northern Region Youth Champions 2010/11. Teams from across
Another year of local league is over. Thanks to all the teams for coming along. Everyone played some good games so hopefully you are all ready for the National Championships that Tees Tigers is running again this summer. So get
Our AGM for this year will be held on Monday 2nd May at 6pm. The venue is the Riverside Room at the River Tees Watersport Centre. All are welcome.
A bit late, but here is a summary of the events from the training day back in January by Calum Cresser: On the 29th January the Tees Tigers had a training day at Holme Pierrepont. The day was a day
Saturday 5th March saw the final tournament of Div 4 North. With the C-Team winning the close fought contest for first place beating Dave Brown’s (until tonight undefeated!) Welsh Warriors by one point!
The Tigers kicked the new slalom season off with a (warm!) splash. The division 4 slalom race was held at the Dolphin Centre in Darlington town centre for the beginners to slalom canoeing. We had 43 entries, including 14 C2
So the long awaited Tully training weekend finally arrived… Friday night – we were all happily on our way up to Scotland when ‘I am Ledger’ calls us to ask for a lift because his car has broken….it was too
Over the winter the club has ran two blocks of six evening sessions for the beginners to canoeing. The sessions ran in the swimming pool at the Education Village in Darlington so it was a great chance to learn the