From the Moreland Leader... Tigers, Cannons cood towards Sunbury move By Brad Bishop COBURG Tigers and the Calder Cannons have not committed to a move to be co-tennants of a yet to be built football venue at Sunbury, but they have not ruled out doing so in the future. Coburg president Dean Mighell and Cannons regional manager Chris Gleeson last week confirmed they were aware of a proposal from the Riddell District and Riddell District Junior football leagues that would see the VFL and TAC Cup affliates join them as tenants of a purpose-built facility at the developing Rolling Meadows estate. Mr Mighell said under no circumstances would he like to see Coburg move away from Coburg City Oval, but he feared the club was on the brink of extinction and may have no other alternative. "It's been dicussed, not in a formal sense, but we've raised the potential of that and that will not be a footy club that I'll be a part of," Mr Mighell said. "I'm a Coburg person and I love Coburg, I love its history, I love City Oval and I wouldn't be part of a move down there but the VFL and clubs like Richmond will make a decision about what's in the best interests of football." While Coburg has not been officially approached by the RDFL and RDJFL regarding relocation, the Cannons have. Mr Gleeson last month attended a meeting with the two leagues and Hume Council that outlined the proposal, and while he said year-round use of their own ground was a tantalising prospect, the Cannons are happy at Coburg City Oval for the time being. "I thought it would be an opportunity to listen to what people had to say at that meeting," Mr Gleeson said. "City Oval is our number one priority, there's no doubt about that. "That's where we'd like to be based and where we'd like our iffices to be based, where we'd like to play our home games and we'd like to be based there for a long time to come." RDFL general manager Neill Sharpe has not yet given up hope on the Tigers and Cannons.