Tigers Travelling to Lyon +

22nd June 2016

The Tigers Trust are taking part in a unique festival of Football in Lyon, France during the Euro 2016 finals this summer.

Four young people from Hull and the East Riding and staff from the Tigers Trust will travel to France to take part in the Street Football World 16 Festival, an official event of the UEFA EURO 2016. Fern Lazenby, Jess Burton, Scott Lofas and Ben Matos–Gois will take part in football competitions, cultural exchange workshops and sightseeing trips to the city of Lyon.

The Street Football World Festival 16 will be one of the biggest Football for Good events ever organised, bringing together approximately 80 delegations from up to 50 countries. The festival will unite more than 500 people from all around the world including 320 players, 80 coordinators, 80 young leaders, 100 volunteers and 50 members of the organising team.


The Tigers Sport and Education Trust was founded in 1990.  Directed by a Board of Trustees and governed by the league in which Hull City Tigers is currently playing, the priority is a high standards of organisation and delivery within the sports development and education sector.

Sport is a proven method of tackling a wide range of issues e.g. health, unemployment and crime. The high profile association with a professional football club confirms that the Trust have an important role to play within our community.


Matt Conway, Programme Manager at the Tigers Trust and delegation Lead for the trip said  

“This will be the first time the Tigers Trust has been involved in a festival of this kind and I am expecting it will be an experience not to be missed.  Fun, vibrant and professionally organised.  A wonderful opportunity to network and mix with a wide range of people from such a variety and diverse background.  I am also hoping that the young delegates have an experience of a lifetime and something that will lead to potential partnerships for the Trust in the future.

 We are contributing to the cost of the festival by fundraising activity and we have also applied to our own discretionary fund to help with the costs.  Our fund is called the ROAR! Support fund and is our fundraising support from sponsorship and corporate investment.”


Peyton Shaw who is representing the Trust as a Young Ambassador and is currently a sports coach apprentice at the Trust will work alongside other young ambassadors from all over the world to ensure the festival is a success for all attending.


One of the players, Fern Lazenby, is a student from St. Marys College and commented “From the festival, I hope to interact with people from other countries and experience different cultures.  I am also hoping to see how both boys and girls play and compete together as well as experiencing the game from a different perspective. I am hoping to pass my knowledge of the game onto others and receive new ideas from others.”


It will certainly be an experience not to be missed.


For further information on the festival please visit www.streetfootballworld.org and for information about the Tigers Trust www.tigerstrust.co.uk 

Year 5-6 Cricket Competition +

21st June 2016

On 20th June we visited Driffield Town Cricket Recreation Club to host a cricket competition.


We had a total of 12 teams taking part, the leagues were split up as follows:

League 1- Brandesburton 1, Nafferton and Christopher Pickering

League 2- Brandesburton 2, Martongate 1, Westfield

League 3- North Frodingham 1, Martongate 2, Beverley St Nicholas

League 4- North Frodingham 2, Burlington and Bilton.


Despite a few rain showers early in the day we managed to get through all of the league fixtures by early afternoon.

After lots of runs were scored, and plenty of wickets were taken, the League Tables finished as follows:


1. Brandesburton 1

2. Nafferton

3. Christopher Pickering



1. Martongate 1

2. Westfield

3. Brandesburton 2


The Oval

1. Martongate 2

2. North Frodingham 1

3. Beverley St Nicholas



1. Burlington

2. Biggin Hill

3. North Frodingham 2


The top 2 teams from each league progressed through to our 'Cup' competition, with the teams finishing third going through to our 'Shield' competition.

The cup 1/4 final games were as follows:

Brandesburton 1 (w) v Westfield (L)

Nafferton (L) v Martongate 1 (w)

Martongate 2 (L) v Biggin Hill (w)

Burlington (w) v North Frodingham 1 (L)


The Shield draw was as follows:

Christopher Pickering (w) v Brandesburton 2 (L)

Beverley St Nicholas (w) v North Frodingham 2 (L)


Following a great display of cricket in the later and beautiful sunshine, the 1/4 Cup winners were:

Brandesburton 1, Martongate 1, Biggin Hill and Burlington.


The cup semi-final draw was as follows:

Brandesburton 1 v Martongate 1

Biggin Hill v Burlington


Both games were closely fought encounters, but eventually Martongate 1 and Burlington edged through to the final.

The shield semi-finals were equally hard fought games, and were won by Christopher Pickering and Beverley St Nicholas.

The cup final was played between Burlington and Martongate 1.  Both teams hit plenty of boundaries but the tie was eventually won by Martongate 1.

The shield final was played between Beverley St Nicholas and Christopher Pickering, with both teams batting and bowling well, Beverley St Nicholas were eventually crowned winners.

The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all, and we thank all schools who took part. A special thanks go to Brandesburton Primary School for supplying the fantastic trophies.

We must also thank Driffield Cricket Club for providing such a great venue for the event.

We are looking forward to next year's event!

Summer Holiday Courses 2016 +

19th May 2016

Summer Holiday Courses 2016- Book now! 


Our Summer Holiday courses for boys and girls aged 5 – 12 yrs are now available to book online.

The sessions will take place from Wednesday 27th July and run right through to Friday 2nd September (Not incl. Weekends).

Venues include: the KCOM Stadium,  Driffield School,  Hornsea School, Pocklington Woldgate,  Beverly Grammar School, Cottingham High School, Haltemprice Leisure Centre, Market Weighton School, South Holderness College and Howden School.

Starting at 10am – 3pm the children will: make new friends, stay active and receive a certificate and medal at the end of their week!


Book online now or email connor.tock@tigerstrust.co.uk with any queries.

Regional Finals of the Walking Cup 2016 +

16th May 2016

Tigers Trust were represented by Withernsea Walking Football Club on Saturday 14th May 2016 in the regional finals of the Walking Cup at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster.


Tigers Trust played against Huddersfield, Scunthorpe, Rotherham and Leeds and came second in their group. Unfortunately the team came up against tough competition in the semi-final, and were defeated by Sheffield United 2-1.

Congratulations to Sheffield United who went on to win the final against Middlesbrough 2-0.

Ollie Ezard (Football Development Officer) commented:

"I’d like to thank John Dunn from Withernsea; whose side represented the club and Trust. Congratulations on reaching the semi-finals and hopefully it’s just the start of more walking football events.”

For more information regarding Walking Football opportunities please contact East Riding FA on 01482 221158

Gardening Tools Donations +

16th May 2016

Do you have or know anyone with unused garden tools, gloves, bird boxes, watering cans, plant pots or even tyres …Perhaps a family member, neighbour or friend?


We are looking for donations to do with anything “garden” to help us with our SAP lined up for summer.

Any donations will be accepted, and if you could drop them off at the Airco Arena that would be great! We really appreciate the help...