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Multipurpose facility project funding 

Stanley. Circular Head Council will provide an additional $20,000 to the Stanley Recreation Ground to go towards its new multipurpose facility. In September last year, councillors noted an application to the Tasmanian Community Fund seeking $114,395 for the replacement of the Exhibition Hall and committed $110,000 to the project should the application be successful. The …

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Controlling Canaries, Demons

CHFA.  Circular Head Football Association observed tremendous victories at the weekend as Forest Stanley and Irishtown topped the Seniors and Reserves games.  Forest Stanley struck Redpa in the first term forcing the home side deep into defence as the Demons, led by Lincoln Jackson with six majors, moved into offence.  Scoring stalled in the second quarter as …

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Saints’ game strikes out 

NWBU. The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints have concluded the North West Basketball Union season. Playing the final round in Smithton on Tuesday, the Saints met with Penguin Blues. The men met in an intense match, with just points separating the rivals throughout the four quarters. Ultimately, the Blues snuck away with a tight victory, 72 …

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Giant trifecta

NWFL. In a tight contest, the Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants claimed victory over East Devonport in the North West Football League on Saturday.  The Swans led at the first change before the home side fought to secure four goals in the second, conceding just one.  Matt Elliott, Damien Medwin and Damon Smith continued a …

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Strength in victory

GNL. In the Greater Northern League action on Saturday, the Tall Timbers Smithton Saints hosted Launceston City. Determined to earn the advantage, both sides entered the game with intensity however as momentum dwindled, opportunities to take the lead were wasted. Both Smithton and Launceston showcased strength in defence, preventing the opposing offence from making an …

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Mixed result for Circular Head

NWFL. The Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants took the Bass Highway to Penguin for round 10 of the North West Football League on Saturday. The visitors led at the first break before the home side narrowed the margin to three points by the half-time siren. The Two Blues laced up in the third to add five …

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Closely contested

CHHA. Round 10 of the Circular Head Hockey Association witnessed a fiery affair between Division Two teams Irishtown and Tigers. Irishtown’s Demi Littlejohn, Sam Johns and Tori Horton moved into attack in a split second to apply pressure on Tigers’ defenders Mel Haywood, Irene Grey and goalkeeper Jodi Smith. The defensive unit gained control to throw …

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Tough meetings

GNL. Following a break in the Greater Northern League, the Tall Timbers Smithton Saints men returned to take on Burnie Baptist at home on Saturday. An intense first quarter saw scoring opportunities for both sides with goalkeeper Dylan Jago making excellent saves to keep the scoreboard untouched at quarter time. Across the halfback line Daniel …

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Demons demote Tigers

CHFA. Following a victory in round nine, Irishtown remain undefeated in the Circular Head Football Association while Forest Stanley and Scotchtown continue to contest the second spot on the ladder. In Smithton on Saturday the Demons and Tigers met in a frigid but fiery contest. The home side finished the first term one goal ahead …

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Gallaher’s ambitious

Rugby. Eamon Gallaher is preparing to represent Tasmania under the leadership of a former Australian Wallaby. Debuting in the Tasmanian Rugby Union with the Devonport Bulls Rugby Union Club last year, Gallaher will travel to Queensland for the Gold Coast Rugby Carnival coached by Luke Burgess. “It has been a huge privilege to be coached …

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