The successful Aub’s Day fundraiser held&nbsp;by the Tenterfield Tigers in July to honour&nbsp;the late Aub Gillespie –&nbsp;the club’s number one supporter – &nbsp;has had its happy conclusion with proceeds shared around the community. More than $8000 was split evenly&nbsp;between Tenterfield Hospital and the three divisions of the Tigers club: seniors, juniors and ladies leaguetag. The hospital’s acting&nbsp;health service manager Alison Barber said that, as per the Gillespie family’s request, half the donation would go to palliative care with the remainder at&nbsp;the discretion of hospital staff. “I’ve asked staff to identify what they would like, and then we’ll get approval from the family,” Ms Barber said. Leaguetag member Meg Landers said her team’s donation would be spent on the toilets and showers in the ladies changeroom, while club president Brendan Minns will put the seniors’ $2000 toward the upgrade of their changerooms&nbsp;and towards the new announcer’s box.&nbsp; Juniors’ president Peter Holley said their donation would also go towards the announcer’s box, a $14,000 project with a new shed and dugouts which will&nbsp;become the Aub Gillespie Memorial Commentary Box. Aub’s son Pat, on hand to present&nbsp;the donations, can remember transporting&nbsp;in the changerooms, formerly an office at the old Buttery Factory, now Norco. He said Aub was a stalwart of the local rugby league side since being &nbsp;on the committee in the 1940s when it was the Tenterfield Trancreds Tigers based at the old meatworks at Riverside. Son Pat, also a long-time committee member from the 1960s, was on hand when Rugby League Park was first built. “Back then mini-league had its own bus,” he said. “I was one of the drivers, and I remember one event we went to in Cessnock with 60 kids when we left Tenterfield at 5pm on the Friday afternoon and drove all night to arrive at&nbsp;5am the next morning.” The Tigers may have gone through many changes over the decades, but the Gillespie name will remain entrenched in the club. Aub’s Day is now set to become an annual feature of the club’s calendar. “We appreciate everyone’s help and their part in the fundraising,” Brendan said.