Tibby Funeral Thankyou

A Celebration of the life of the late Graeme (Tibby) Tibb was held recently held recently in Wantirna.

Tibby was much liked and well respected by many at NRFC, mostly the “older brigade”, indicated by the large number attending the service.

Graeme’s wife Barbie Tibb was very grateful for the attendance of so many members of NRFC at Tibby’s funeral,
and asked that appreciation be shared:
“Barbie Tibb and family would like to thank all those NRFC friends who attended Tibby’s recent funeral. She was most grateful for our support on this sad day and passes on the family’s thanks to you all.”
Celebration of Tibby’s life continued in true North Ringwood fashion at one of Tibby’s favourite watering holes – Club Ringwood.
R.I.P. Tibby – an absolute gentleman.

Loss Of A Saint

Sadly we wish to advise our community of the passing of club stalwart Graeme Tibb, affectionately known as Tibby.

Tibby passed away on Saturday 21st December.

A long time supporter, former Committeeman, and legal advisor to our club, Tibby will be sadly missed by many.

Deepest sympathy and condolences to Barbara and family.

A memorial Service for Graeme will be held at Heritage Funeral Home, 733 Boronia Rd, Wantirna:

Saturday December 28 at 11am, followed by a private cremation.


RIP Tibby.

Saints Christmas BBQ


This Wednesday (18th December) from 6.30pm, we will be having a BBQ and a couple of drinks at Quambee Reserve.
It’s the last training session for both the men’s and woman’s teams who’ll be joining us around 7.00/7.15pm
Everyone welcome.

New Recruits for 2020

The North Ringwood Football Club would like to welcome Joel Nathan and Riley Smith as our latest recruits for 2020.

Both lads are coming straight from the successful Eastern Ranges, who lost this years TAC cup grand final.

Joel (Joey) is 192cm and played full back for the entire Eastern Ranges 2019 season, but also has the ability to play up the ground, either in the midfield or even forward.

Riley is 200cm who not only played every game possible at Eastern Ranges, but played 6 games for Collingwood in the VFL.
Riley plays predominantly in the ruck, but is known to go forward, taking big marks and converting in front of the big sticks.

Both lads are 19 and look forward to seeing them in the Saints jumper in 2020 and beyond.

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