The Tiger-Cats took part in mini-camp at McMaster University's Ron Joyce Stadium from April 17-19.
The 2013 Cops and Cats Basketball Program launched on Wednesday, March 20 at Cardinal Newman High School. The Tiger-Cats have once again partnered with Hamilton Police Services and will play against local high school basketball teams this spring. Proceeds from this program will benefit McMaster Children's Hospital and St. Joseph's Healthcare.
On Sunday, March 3, 60 of TigerTown's best dancers, gymnasts and cheerleaders auditioned for our judges with the goal of becoming a 2013 Ticats Cheerleader -- Photo credit: Elia Koolsbergen
Luca Congi, in partnership with Carmen's, provided underprivileged kids with new Reebok shoes on Saturday, January 12 as part of his Kicks for Kids community program. 120 kids from the United Way of Burlington and Greater Hamilton traveled to the Reebok Factory Outlet in Kitchener to shop for brand new shoes with Congi. Special thanks to Hillfield Strathallan College for providing transportation.
The cheque presentation for the Cops and Cats Basketball Program took place at Barton Secondary School on Tuesday, November 13th. The Program raised a total of $14,153.36 towards the McMaster Children's Hospital and the St. Joseph's Healthcare Foundation.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats began the first year of the High School Mentorship Program this fall. The program reached out to 24 secondary school football teams in Hamilton, Burlington, and St. Catherines. Each participating school was paired with a Tiger-Cat player who assisted the team at two practices and a game.
The Final game in the historic Ivor Wynne Stadium saw the Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 28-18.
The St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Foundation partnered with Jack Astor's Burlington and The Hamilton Tiger-Cats to present another successful celebrity servers night. Tiger-Cat players Quinton Porter, Marc Beswick, Ryan Hinds, Jonathan Hood, Kevin Scott, and Daryl Stephenson participated in the event on Monday, October 15th. In addition to the proceeds from stuffed animal sales, 10% of all Jack Astor's bills from the event benefited the charity.
On October 13th Marwan Hage partnered with Speroway to give back to the Hamilton community. Now in it's fifth year of operation, The Hage's Heroes Food Share Program saw 1000 food and hygiene boxes distributed to those in need in the Hamilton area.
The Ticats were looking to get back on track against first place Montreal.
Hamilton hosted the league leading and defending Grey Cup champions in the second last game at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
The Ticats played host to an Edmonton team looking to make a playoff push.
The final Labour Day classic at Ivor Wynne saw the two rivals face off in an epic battle.
Several minor football teams in Hamilton came to Ivor Wynne Stadium on August 29th for the 14th Annual Timbits Minor Football Clinic. Teams rotated through skill-building stations learning from Ticat players Ike Brown, Ronnell Brown, Matt Bucknor, Avon Cobourne, Terry Grant, Marwan Hage, Nathan Kanya, Aaron Kelly, Quinton Porter, Seamus Postuma, Chris Rwabukamba, Eddie Steele and Chris Williams.
The Tiger-Cats took practice to Warrior Field in Waterloo Tuesday in front of a full crowd.
On Saturday August 25th The Hamilton Tiger-Cats hosted the first TigerTown Minor Football Clinic in London. Youth of all skill levels learned from Ticat players Dan LeFevour, Brock Campbell, Louie Richardson, Marc Dile, Daryl Stephenson, and Brandon Boudreaux.
On Saturday, August 18th The Hamilton Tiger-Cats hosted a Minor Football Clinic at Corpus Christi Secondary School in Burlington. Children between the ages of 6 and 15 developed their football skills with Ticat players Bakari Grant, Avon Cobourne, Brian Simmons, Carlos Thomas, Ike Brown and Seamus Postuma.