Family’s big tally

Football. The French family – father Michael and sons Marcus, Kirk and Shaun – have made it into the Scotchtown Football Club record books. Notching more than 200 club games each, the family is believed to be the first to achieve such a milestone in both club and Circular Head Football Association history. All four …

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Future focused

Fooball. Returning from the School Sport Australia National Championships, Circular Head Giant Lachlan Blakemore is prepared to work hard to achieve his goals. Travelling to Perth, Western Australia with Tasmania’s Under 15 side last month, Lachlan was rotated throughout the forwardline and centre-halfback positions and also appeared as ruckman at the national titles. “I think …

1 year ago

Great victories for Canaries, Demons

CHFA. Irishtown and Forest Stanley earned victories of more than 100 points during round 11 of the Circular Head Football Association season, with finals drawing near. As Redpa travelled to meet Forest Stanley, the visitors restricted their opponents to three majors and four behinds in the opening term while booting one goal and one point themselves. …

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Tigers roar, Demons demolish

CHFA. Scotchtown matched the pace and intensity of Forest Stanley for full four quarters during Saturday’s Circular Head Football Association proceedings. Held at Stanley, both sides put on a performance for the round 10 affair. The visitors trailed by eight points at the first break as the home side booted three majors, led by Cody …

1 year ago

Tough contests

CHFA. Tough battles without the momentum Round nine of the Circular Head Football Association season saw two well fought battles. The visiting Redpa side started strong to boot the first major however could not hold onto this momentum allowing Scotchtown to overtake on the scoreboard before the first break. The two rivals kept scores close until …

1 year ago

Big wins, milestone moments

CHFA. Round four of Circular Head Football Association resulted in large margins within the Seniors games, with Irishtown earning a 75 point win and Forest Stanley claiming a 79 point victory. A tight opening quarter ensued between Irishtown and Scotchtown with the home side edging ahead by two points at the first break. Irishtown extended …

1 year ago

Tigers claw Redlegs

CHFA. Round three of the Circular Head Football Association saw Scotchtown claim a 99 point win against Redpa. Taking control of the game early, Scotchtown conceded just one major while booting four of their own in the first term then prevented Redpa from impacting the scoreboard at all in the second while securing five goals. …

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KickStart careers

Football. In an impressive tournament performance, Tasmania’s inaugural KickStart team was unlucky not to take premiership glory at the National Diversity Carnival in New South Wales last week. Circular Head Giants Bailey Grey, 15, and Toby Reeve, 15, were a part of the successful team while fellow Giant Lloyd Gallaher, 13, represented the state at the …

1 year ago

Impact of a Giant

Season. Following the success of Smithton Football Club’s inaugural year as Circular Head Giants, the club is preparing for the 2017 season of the North West Football League. As round one nears, coaches Aaron Tuxworth and Nathan Drake will continue with the Seniors and Reserves respectively. Following a solid preseason, Tuxworth says the Giants are …

1 year ago

Giants’ historic move

Football. The Circular Head Giants have debuted their inaugural women’s squad in the Tasmanian Women’s League (TWL) North West Regional carnival. Held in Wynyard on Sunday, the well represented side took 26 to the carnival for three games of 12 minute halves, focusing keenly on development and participation. Led by former Burnie Docker and TWL …

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