CONSISTENCY will be high on the list of priorities for Portland when the Tigers host Hamilton tomorrow at Hanlon Park. Senior playing coach Jarrod Holt is mindful that the Tigers have been behind at half time in two of their three games to date of the 2012 Western Border Football League season. “That will be a key indicator for us,” Holt told the Portland Observer. “Try to put together a consistent four quarters.” Holt described Portland’s slow starts as a “little bit of a concern.” “It’s something we’re not going to be able to get away with all year,” he said. “So we will have to address that. “We’ve got a couple of little ideas for things to change that, hopefully so we can come out with high intensity early on rather than chasing from behind. “I don’t think that we’re incapable of it. “It’s just something that’s happened and if we address it, and everyone’s aware of it, then hopefully we can come out a bit stronger.” The Tigers have surged into the top three with an unbeaten record after three games. Read more in Friday’s edition of the Portland Observer.