Foggy nights

CHHA. Circular Head Hockey Association action produced high scoring encounters during round 11. On Saturday in Division Three, Tigers and Mustangs fought for dominance. Tigers’ Sarah Kay and Melissa Dodd each notched a hat trick, supported by single scores from Andy Crole and Jodi Smith to take the total to eight goals for the side. Despite …

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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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Saints’ sights set high

Netball. The Smithton Saints demonstrated endurance and determination throughout the Launceston Tournament on Sunday. Coached by Alicia Jamieson, the Circular Head Netball Association representative team of Imogen Wigg, Britney Arnold, Sienna Thorp, Indi Tuxworth, Tori Williams, Elise Popowski, Jaz Martin, Piper Grey and Nikki Bramich competed in six games throughout the carnival. Two divisions combined …

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