2021 Coaching & Support Staff
Josh Duffy. Josh came to the Tigers in 2013 from Albury after playing for the Howlong Football Club in the Hume League. Josh played in the 2014 Tigers Senior Premiership team and the 2015 Reserve Grade Premiership team. Josh has coached an Everton Wolves junior side for two years and has also been coaching school representative sport. He is a teacher by profession and brings a wealth of experience, passion and organisational skills to the role.
Josh achieved Premiership success with the Mayne Reserves in his first year of coaching at the Tigers in 2016 as well as being a member of the Senior Premiership side in that year.
He has taken the Reserves to the finals again in 2017, 2018 and achieved his second Reserves Premiership in 2019.
He continues in this important role after taking the team to the Grand Final in 2020 in a very difficult year.more -->
Massingham has been an institution at the Tigers for fifteen years from the time he played his first senior game at the age of sixteen. Over this extended period be has accumulated an extraordinary and enviable list of achievements as a player including the inaugural Mick Nolan Medal, a Senior Premiership, two Reserve Grade Premierships, a Graham Walters Trophy for Best and Fairest in the Reserve Grade, a Peter Ives Player’s Player Award also in the Reserves, QFA Division 1 Reserves League Leading Goal Kicker while playing 168 Senior games, 53 Reserves games and kicking a collective 260 goals.
While he has been a much decorated player, he has also been a terrific club person during this period coaching an Under 15 Premiership in 2016 and also performing an Assistant Coach role for the Reserves in the same year while injured which also earned him a Premiership Medal for his service.
Corey takes on this important role once again following his Premiership success with the group in 2020 and given his considerable experience as a player, his dedication to the club and his highly regarded knowledge of the game.
Massingham will work closely with Head Coach Josh Duffy in a new and exciting era for the Tigers.more -->
Lee Holleran has agreed to take on the Mayne Thirds in 2021. Lee has an extensive amount of football experience coaching and playing across Brisbane over the last 40 years.
He has also umpired over 600 senior games across South East Queensland.
He is a Life Member of the Mayne Juniors having been the Director of Coaching there as well as developing numerous current Mayne Juniors to now be in the Senior Playing Squad.
The club was very pleased to have Wayne Mahoney agree to take on the coaching role of the new team.
Wayne has extensive experience as a player, coach and umpire over many years. He has been the Everton Wolves under 17 Girls coach for the last three years. He is also a qualified Tae Kwan Do Referee.