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International Women’s Day: Taking Tigers to new heights

By Tanayah Wakefield

Membership of the Redcliffe Tigers AFL Club has more than doubled since Gayle Wetzel Fitzgerald took the reins as the first female president in 2021.

As the club gears up for its 50th birthday celebrations this year, Gayle says she’s proud to be part of a team that’s growing the sport on the Redcliffe Peninsula.

“We’ve taken things in a different direction and we’re trying to make it the best club we can,” she says.

“Our goal is to get the club playing Division one – we want this to be a destination club instead of players starting here and moving on.

“Five years ago, we had 300 members and the prediction for this year is 700.

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