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Welcome to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Steeltown Kids.  Here are reports of Hamilton Ti Cats CFL home games. 

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The Ti-Cat song - chant is:
Oskee wee wee, Oskee wa wa,
Holy Mackinaw,
Tigers, Eat 'em Raw!

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Ivor Wynne
HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  TORONTO ARGONAUTS  2008
Argo QuarterbacksClick here for details of the Hamilton - Toronto football game in 2008.
HAMILTON TICATS  vs. CALGARY STAMPEDERS  2008
Henry Burris Calgary Quarterback
Click here for details of the Hamilton - Calgary football game in 2008.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  EDMONTON ESKIMOS  Nov. 10 2007

Ricky Ray and Steeltown Kids

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Edmonton football game on November 03, 2007.

The final score was  21-19 for Hamilton.

Richie Williams led the Ti-cats, to their 3rd and final victory of the season.

Several Hall of Famers were honoured at half time.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  BC LIONS Oct. 26 2007

Steeltown Kids and BC Quarterback Dave Dickenson

Click here for details of the Hamilton - British Columbia football game on October 26, 2007.

The final score was  27-19 for The B.C. Lions, with an attendance of 19,322.

Casey Printers, and Richie Williams for Quarterbacks for the Ti-cats, and Dave Dickenson, and Jarious Jackson played for B.C.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS Oct. 14 2007

The Big Melee Click here for details of the Hamilton - Calgary football game on October 14, 2007.

The final score was 40 - 23 for Saskatchewan with an attendance of 22,167.

Brian Melo sang Oh Canada, prior to kickoff.  He also led the Oskee Wee Wee cheer.

There were many fights with many players being ejected from the game.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  CALGARY STAMPEDERS Sept. 21 2007

danny signing autograph

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Calgary football game on September 21, 2007.

The final score was 24 - 20 for Hamilton.

Both quarterbacks were injured before the end of the game.

Danny McManus was honoured at half time.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS Sept. 15 2007

Casey Printers

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Winnipeg football game on September 15, 2007.

This was Casey Printers first start as Quarterback.  Richie Williams also saw some action.

Five players were inducted into the Football Hall of Fame.

The final score was 34 - 4 for Winnipeg.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS August 2007

Lesse Lumsden celebrates a touchdown Click here for details of the Hamilton - Winnipeg football game on August 03, 2007.

This was the Tiger Cats first win of the season.

Jessie Lumsden scored 2 touchdowns on his 25th birthday.

The final score was 43 - 22 for the Ti Cats.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  MONTREAL ALOUETTES 2007

Anthony Calvillo interview  

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Montreal football game on July 14, 2007.

Hamilton scored 2 touchdowns at home after a lengthy 2 year break of scroing them.

Anthony Calvillo reached a milestone of 50,000 passing yards.

The final score was 29 - 20.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs. TORONTO ARGONAUTS 2007

damon allen autograph

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Toronto game on July 07, 2007.

The score was 30 - 5, for the Argos.

There was a fly by of 3 F18's for two passes.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS 2007

Jason Maas hands off to Jesse Lumsden

 

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Winnipeg game on June 22, 2007.

Special guests were Ron Lancaster and CH TV hosts Bubba Smith, Ken Welch, and Fred Anderton.  Matt Dunigan was there in ref stripes.  Cable 14 televised it, with hosts Neil Lumsden, and Todd Crocker.  The final score was 24-20, with a crowd of 20,153.  Plenty of players saw action while teams were deciding who to keep.

Hamilton quarterbacks were Jason Maas, Timmy Chang, Rocky Butler, and Richie Williams.  For Winnipeg, it was Kevin Glenn and Justin Holland.  The kickers auditioning for the Tiger Cats were Mark Myers, and Nick Setta, and for Winnipeg, was Pat Fleming.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  EDMONTON ESKIMOS 2006

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Edmonton game on August 26, 2006.

The final score was 27- 22 for Hamilton, in front of a crowd of 25,107 CFL fans.

This was Troy Davis' first return to Hamilton since being dealt to Edmonton.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  TORONTO ARGONAUTS 2006

tigervision

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Toronto Labour Day Classic on September 04, 2006.

The final score was Argos - 40 and Tiger Cats 6.  The Ti-Cats wore white helmets, to be autographed and sold on EBay.

Damon Allen was honoured for surpassing Warren Moon's record of all-time passing yards leader. 

HAMILTON TI-CATS  vs.  SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS 2006

Hamilton Ti Cat Cheerleaders

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Saskatchewan game on August 26, 2006.

The final score was 51 - 8 for the visiting Roughriders.  3rd string quarterback Rocky Butler was the Warrior of the game.

This is Ivor Wynne's 76th birthday.  We received autographed Corey Holmes plaques.

Mike Morreale reached a 5000 yards receiving goal.  He has been on the team for 12 years.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS 2006

Terry Vaughn receives his plaque.

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Winnipeg game on July 28, 2006.

This game started Kevin Eakin as quarterback.

Matt Hayes sang the national anthem.

Terry Vaughn was honored for record breaking receptions.

This was the first time the Ti cats were shut out for the season.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  CALGARY STAMPEDERS 2006

Danny MaManus and Henry Burris

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Calgary game on July 14, 2006.

Danny McManus was back in town backing up Quarterback Henry Burris on the Calgary team.

This was the first time in a while that Ron Lancaster was the head coach. 

Terry Vaughn broke the record of Darren Flutie for the most receptions (973).

HAMILTON TICATS  vs  OTTAWA RENEGADES 2005

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Ottawa game on October 21, 2005.

John Ellison was the halftime act singing "Some Kind Of Wonderful"

This was Kevin Eakin's first start as Hamilton Quarterback.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS 2005

Plenty of quarterbacks got action in this game with running back Troy Davis.

Click here for details of the Hamilton - Winnipeg game on August 26, 2005.

This is the FIRST WIN of the SEASON so get your details here.

Plenty of quarterbacks got action in this game with runningback Troy Davis.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  OTTAWA RENEGADES 2005

Marcus Brady gets his first start in Hamilton as QB.


Click here for details of the Hamilton - Ottawa game on August 06, 2005. This game was not televised so get your exclusive here.

Marcus Brady gets his first start in Hamilton as QB.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  BC LIONS 2005

Jerome Erdman Special Teams Coach and Head Coach Greg Marshall
Jerome Erdman, Special Teams Coach and Head Coach Greg Marshall (r.)

July 23 was Kid's Run the Ti-Cats Day, and Steeltown Kids were  special members of the press.

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HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  TORONTO ARGONAUTS 2005

June 17, The unveiling of the Largest Canadian Flag by the Thunder Bay cadets, and a parade of Special Olympics athletes. 

Click for details of the game.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs. SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS 2004

September 19, 2004

The Hamilton Tiger Cats played host to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

This was also "Kid's Run The Ti-Cats day."

Click for photos of the game.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  CALGARY STAMPEDERS 2004

This game was on August 27, 2004. 

There was a Quick change

magic act at half time.

Click here for photos of the game.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  BC LIONS 2004

Bob Young and Steeltown Kids

August 13 was a proud to be Canadian day, and we all got a free flag. 

I got Bob Young to autograph mine.

Click here for game details.

HAMILTON TICATS  vs.  TORONTO ARGONAUTS 2004

TC and Steeltown Kids

The Hamilton Ti-cats have played their exhibition game May 30, and here are some photos of the first Hamilton Ti-Cat Home game of 2004.

The man in the Red Hat by Paris Penny

The man in the red hat,
Who saved the Tiger Cats,
Is the hero I'm writing about today,
And here is what I have to say.

Bob may not be very young,
But with a slight of tongue,
He bought the football team,
And now the fans all scream.

The Tiger Cats are snappy,
Bob Young and Hamilton are happy,
The team was soon to be sold,
And Mr.X came through with the black and gold.

Now Steeltown ranks in the CFL,
Even when they don't do well.
He will be remembered by all,
Every hot summer and chilly fall.

Whenever you see a red hat,
Remember the guy who did all that.
This is the poem I write today,
Now you can watch the Ticats play!

 
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