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Tigers fans hail squad's title-winning year

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Telford Tigers logo Fans have given their seal of approval to the Tigers players’ efforts over a gruelling campaign that saw them crowned English Premier League champions.

The county men picked up their second EPL title in three years in March, before narrowly losing out in the play-offs to arch-rivals Milton Keynes Lighting.

And despite that defeat in last weekend’s final at Coventry, Tigers supporters paid tribute to their heroes’ efforts over the last eight months.

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Tigers boss set for hostile atmosphere

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Telford Tigers logo Tigers coach Tom Watkins will urge his men to revel in the tag of “most disliked team” at this weekend’s play-off finals tournament in Coventry.

Telford’s off-ice troubles almost saw them banned from the competition earlier this season, before a late reprieve in February.

The EPL champions face Basingstoke at the Skydome tomorrow (5pm) with the winners due to play either Milton Keynes or Guildford in Sunday’s final.

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Clarkson set for final weekend with Tigers

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Telford Tigers logo Telford Tigers forward Doug Clarkson says winning the play-off trophy on his final weekend before retirement would “mean everything”.

The 6ft, 5in star has become a fans favourite in Telford this season, scoring 83 points, including four goals in last Sunday’s encounter with Sheffield.

He will begin training as a firefighter in Canada after this weekend’s play-off finals tournament, bringing the curtain down on a 12-year senior playing career.

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Tigers set for Coventry challenge

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Telford Tigers logo Telford Tigers will be aiming for their second double success in three years when they take on Basingstoke Bison in the EPL play-off semi-finals tomorrow.

The county men travel to the 3,000-seater Coventry Skydome having already won this season’s EPL title with three weeks to spare.

Victory over the Bison – and success in Sunday’s final – would mirror the achievements of 2015, when Telford won the league and British Challenge Cup.

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Tigers youngster Corey set for finals challenge

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Telford Tigers logo Youngster Corey Goodison says the experience of Telford Tigers’ senior players could prove to be crucial during this weekend’s EPL play-off finals tournament.

Goodison, 19, joined the club’s senior ranks in December, after starting the season with Telford’s NIHL outfit.

The defenceman has proved to be a key part of the Tigers’ title-winning side, icing regularly alongside GB star Jonathan Weaver.

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