Sponsorship Opportunities 2018
The Mayne Tigers are eager to partner with individuals, local businesses and corporate entities with strong brands who have a vision to see our club continue to improve and achieve future success.
The Performance of our teams is built on attracting and retaining quality players. The quality that the club has set itself upon is not just in sporting prowess but in the type of individual that it would like to wear the Black and Gold. Players that represent the Mayne Tigers are expected to perform to a high standard both on and off the field and at the same time show respect for their team mates, coaches, volunteers, the club and the wider football community.
We would welcome your support in sponsorship of our players. Sponsorships are very welcome from companies, individuals or syndicates. We have prepared an individual flyer for a large number of our senior players highlighting the positive things that they have all been doing in the name of the Mayne Tigers.
The sponsorship offers a number of benefits to a supporter or supporters which we hope will be attractive. A summary and flyer is included on this site for consideration and we welcome the opportunity to talk to anyone considering supporting the club in this fashion.
The club is interested in all offers that may have a mutual benefit to the club and the sponsor.
If you would like to discuss sponsorship of the Mayne Tigers, please contact Guy Gardner on 0413430902 or Russell Ditchburn on 0413274967 or email to email@example.com -->
Jersey No. 7 (38 Games, 35 Goals)
Clint joined the Mayne Tigers for season 2015 after a successful career interstate. He successfully coached the Mayne Tigers to a premiership in 2016 and performed the coaching role again in 2017.
In the 2014 season, Brunnenmeyer was runner up in the league medal in the Goldfields Football League in Kalgoorlie. He has played in the prestigious Ovens and Murray league for the Lavington club at senior level. He has also been a premiership player for Mitta United Football Club in the Tallangatta League in Victoria and with the Railways Football Club in Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. He earned the Best and Fairest Award in the Grand Final in 2014 in Kalgoorlie as well.
Clint has stepped down as coach for 2018 to concentrate on his playing and will be a critical on field leader.more -->
Jersey No. 1 (285 games, 448 goals)
Evergreen key position player with four Keith Beavis Club Champion Awards to his credit. Longest serving Club Captain at eleven years before relinquishing duties in 2012. Triple Premiership player, four times club champion and achieved the all time games record for the club in 2017. Will be looking to edge closer to the 300 games mark in 2018.more -->
Jersey No. 44 (75 games, 23 goals)
Recruited from Noosa in 2011 and has twice finished runner up in the Keith Beavis Club Champion medal. Midfield / half back flanker with freakish ability to win the contested ball. Has superb balance and endurance.
After an injury plagued 2014 season broke back into the team to play a pivotal role in the finals and claim a premiership medallion. Backed up again in 2015 and 2016 for a triple.more -->
Jersey Number 24 (64 seniors game, 92 goals)
Former Everton Junior, already a triple premiership player and a key person in the Tigers young leaders group.
A highly skilled forward/midfielder who had a break out season in 2016 to achieve Club Champion status.
Is now a key midfield leader for the Tigers.more -->
Jersey No. 45 (33 Games, 9 Goals)
Sam Nevins was recruited from the Bayswater Football Club in the Eastern Football League.
Sam is a tall athletic key position type who made a tremendous contribution to the Mayne Football Club in 2015 and 2016 helping to secure the three peat premiership success.
Runner Up Club Champion in the 2017 Season.more -->
Jersey No. 23 (56 games, 33 goals)
A tall athletic running player with the ability play midfield and key positions.
Played a key role in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Premiership teams.
Recruited from Aspley in 2014, fitted in well to the Tiger culture and has been a very big success story.more -->
Jersey No. 15 (3 Senior games, 1 goal and 29 reserves games)
Former Everton Junior who can play key position or ruck as required. A big future with the Tigers over the coming years.
Premiership player in the 2016 Reserves.
Played with the Brisbane Lions Academy side in 2017 returning to the Tigers in 2018. Will be an important developing player in the 2018 season.more -->
Jersey No. 30 (11 Games, 11 Goals)
Former Everton Junior who graduated through the Tigers Colts programme to play 11 senior games in 2017. Capable tall who can play a key forward role or ruck.
Will be an important player in the 2018 season as he continues to develop his size and skills.more -->
Jersey No. 14 (96 games, 42 goals)
A key performer in the 2014 and 2015 Premiership teams who plays a strong communication and strategic role at the clearances. Premiership player for the Reserves in 2016. Overcame a terrible broken leg injury in 2013 season to make the senior side in 2014 and play a pivotal role in the club’s success ever since.
A strong club man as well.more -->
Jersey No. 21 (147 games, 112 goals)
Inaugural Mick Nolan Medallist and youngest Mayne player to achieve 100 senior games having been recruited from Kedron Juniors as a 16 year old. Great utility player who has proven himself in roles at either end of the park and as a key forward when required.
Premiership player in 2014. Reserve Grade Premiership player in 2015 and Assistant Coach in 2016. Corey was the League Leading Goal Kicker in the QFA Reserves Competition in 2017.
Also Mayne Under 15 Premiership Coach in 2016 in all round club effort.more -->
Jersey No.10 (104 Games, 26 Goals)
Former Mayne Junior Todd Banfield is an experienced, poised and creative player with silky skills.
Played a crucial role in the three peat reserve grade premierships for the club in 2014, 2015 and 2016 but his experience is often welcomed back in the senior group. Todd’s father also played for the Tigers winning three consecutive reserve grade medals in 1975/76/77.
Broke through for 100 senior games in 2017.more -->
Jersey No. 57 (36 senior games, 15 goals and 78 Reserve Grade games)
A Triple Graham Walters Reserve Grade Best and Fairest Medallist, Evans found a regular senior position in the 2017 season and will be an important player in 2018.
A traditional player of the pivot position he will be sure to impress the Tiger supporters once again.more -->
Jersey No. 24 (14 Games, 1 Goal)
Recruited from Aspley in 2016 to play a key role in the Tigers Reserves premiership also sharing the Graham Walters Best & Fairest in that year.
Recovered from serious illness in 2017 to play an important role in the seniors defence and will once again be a key player for the Tigers in 2018.
A quality individual with a big future.more -->
Jersey Number 27 (33 senior games, 12 goals)
Former Everton Junior, Morrison is an exciting prospect with talent to burn. A versatile young player who played an integral role in the 2015 and 2016 reserve grade premierships and has gone on to play an important role in the senior group in 2017 despite his tender age.
Supporters should make sure they keep an eye on this lad as has the potential to go a long way.more -->
Jersey No. 59 (28 Reserves Games, 15 Goals)
Recruited from Maroochy in 2015 to play a key role in the Tigers Reserves in that year.
A member of the Tigers Premiership Third Grade in 2017 and now a key member of the Tigers Management Committee in 2018.
Will once again look to play a key role in the Tigers 2018 season in whatever capacity required.more -->
Jersey No. 46 (7 Games, 12 Goals)
Well credentialed former Everton Junior who has overcome considerable adversity due to injury to play a key role in the Tigers efforts in 2017 as a mid sized forward.
A very savvy player with speed and enviable skills who will be an important part of the Tigers 2018 season.more -->
Jersey No. 3 (79 senior games, 27 goals)
Recruited from the Howlong Football Club in the Hume league in 2013, Duffy achieved the ultimate success in 2014 and 2016 as a Senior Premiership Tiger.
Also played a key role in the Reserves Premiership in 2015 and Coaching them to Premiership success in 2016.
He is a settled, capable and courageous utility player who will once again coach the reserves in 2018 and play a key role in the senior group.more -->
Jersey No. 36 (67 Reserves Games, 21 Goals)
Experienced former Everton Junior who has now played at all levels of the Mayne Tigers including as a 2016 Premiership Reserves player.
A handy backman with the ability play in a range of other roles, he has been the Tigers inaugural Third Grade Coach in 2015 taking the team to a premiership in 2017.
Will play reserves and coach the Thirds again in 2018.more -->
Jersey No. 37 (27 Reserves Games, 5 Goals)
Former Everton Junior who came through the Tigers Colts programme. Has now played two seasons of reserves football as an emerging talent.
Enjoyed a solid season in deep defence in 2017 to secure his position.
Will be keen to work hard for promotion in 2018.more -->
Jersey No. TBA (5 Reserves Games)
Former Mayne Junior who has been an exciting young prospect under watch for some years.
Played five games in 2017 while playing a full season of Colts as a key defender.
A tall rangy type who will be likely to get some big opportunities in 2018. Certainly one to watch.more -->
Jersey No. 51 (16 Games, 7 goals, 49 Reserves Games, 30 Goals)
First played for the Tigers in 2011 before playing a few seasons at Mount Gravatt.
Returned in 2015 to play a key role in the Tigers Reserves premiership teams in 2015 and 2016.
Enjoyed a breakout season in 2017 playing most of the year in the seniors.
A capable midfielder with the ability to hit the scoreboard when required.more -->
Jersey No. 58 (18 Reserves Games)
A strong defender hailing from the Ferny Grove Falcons as a junior, Andy has graduated through the Tigers Colts programme in 2016 to be a critical member of the Tigers defence in the reserves team in 2017.
Will continue to press for senior selection as he gains more experience.more -->
Jersey No. 52 (18 Reserves Games)
A former Mayne Junior who graduated through the Tigers Colts programme.
A winner of the 2016 Colts Best and Fairest as a small speedy midfielder, Nick is working hard to break into the seniors for 2018 after a solid season in the reserves in 2017. Nick has worked hard in the off season to prepare for a big year.more -->
Jersey No. 56 (4 Reserves Games)
A former Mayne Junior who has now graduated through the Tigers Colts programme.
A critical member of the 2017 Colts leadership group, Seb played four reserves games to finish the year.
Will be a player of the future to keep an eye on as he matures physically.more -->