Roaring symbol stamped on shed
RUGBY LEAGUE: The Mundubbera Tigers have welcomed their new emblem on the dressing sheds in Archer Park ahead of the Intrust Super Cup this weekend.
Mundubbera Tigers life member Gavin Ford said the North Burnett Regional Council’s funding allowed the club to have some work done on the shed.
“The dressing sheds have recently been refurbished under a grant that we got, all the cubicles have been done up, the grant also provided funding for the fence post on the other side of the field to secure the grounds which helped get the Intrust Super Cup to our region,” Ford said.
“The original dressing shed was built by the Mundubbera Rugby League Club 20 years ago and through our Archer Park meetings, we’ve suggested the idea of having a sign on the front of the dressing sheds for some time.”
The club has another plan in the pipeline that should take place at the end of the year.
“There will also be another sign that will go up on the building saying what sports are on in the town and their contact numbers for those people, this is something that we thought would recognise Mundubbera as a rugby league town,” Ford said.
In order to receive the Intrust Super Cup in your region, it was important that the club had secured grounds.
“The club asked me to negotiate with Phil Robinson that did the signage and Phil gave us a look at what we wanted to do and the club decided to go bigger and it turned out well,” Ford said.
“We’re all very impressed with what he did and I think it looks great, it represents the club well and should highlight our club to the rest of the region.”
Mundubbera Tigers president Cameron MacDonald didn’t have any idea it was going to take place before the big game got started.
“It took me by surprise but I really like it, the club has done a great job,” he said.
MAKE A MARK: The Mundubbera Tigers’ new emblem on the dressing sheds.