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Katanning Wanderers or Wanderers as it was known, was formed in 1922 and played in a small association of local & district clubs Wanderers, Imperials, Rovers & Railways. The colours of black and yellow have always been associated with the club, as has the tiger emblem and nickname.

Post Second World War, after a gap of six years, Wanderers reformed and in the late 40s and 50s was very successful on the field with 5 premierships. The Quartermaine Family (a Quartermaine has played for Wanderers every years since its formation), early settlers in Katanning in the 1860s, were prominent members of the club with Eric, Ross & Fred outstanding players.

The 2017 season saw the Tigers breakthrough for their first ever Upper Great Southern Football League premiership. Opposed in the grand final by Narrogin Hawks, the Tigers recorded a 17.14 (116) to 11.7 (73) triumph.

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Katanning Leisure Centre, Pemble Street, Katanning

Katanning is a town in WA, located 277 km southeast of Perth on the Great Southern Highway. The meaning of Katanning is unknown but it is thought to be a local aboriginal word. The town has become a regional service centre for the Great Southern and services the nearby towns of Broomehill, Tambellup and Woodanilling plus several more.