The book Major Cotterell at Arnhem has a chapter on his ABCA War article of his time with a tank crew at Fontenay le Pesnel. He took the role of bow gunner in a Bde HQ Sherman that initially accompanied B Sqn SRY before switching to to C Sqn SRY in the late afternoon. I don't think it is a full transcript as there are author interjections but there are a couple of Tiger references: 25 June: coming upon an infantry anti-tank gun and detachment: "The infantry men pointed out through a gap in the hedge a German Tiger tank engaged in towing a fellow Tiger which had been knocked out." Cotterell's tank got a couple of shots off at - one assumes - the lead vehicle with a possible hit on the suspension and a definite but otherwise unspecified hit. 26 June: the author says "Around lunchtime, he called Anthony [Cotterell] up to see a Tiger tank. There was a little square yellow box of turret showing just to the right of a pylon", 300 yards away behind a hedge.The services of a nearby Firefly were obtained but the fun was spoiled when it was realised that the Tiger had already been KO'd.