Aggressive encounter

CHFA. In round eight of the Circular Head Football Association, Irishtown and Forest Stanley produced a match fuelled by determination in Stanley. The aggression was evident from the first bounce as the fight for possession and control of the game was obstructed by defence at both ends of the ground. Kurt Everett, of Irishtown, led …

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Demons, Canaries conquer

CHFA. Forest Stanley and Irishtown collected Seniors and Reserves victories during round seven of the Circular Head Football Association on Saturday while Redpa claimed wins in the junior contests. Irishtown played a strong and fast paced game against Scotchtown in front of a home crowd as Kurt Everett led the Canaries with six majors throughout …

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Canaries, Tigers dominate

CHFA. In round six of the Circular Head Football Association, Scotchtown and Irishtown dominated from the first bounce. As Irishtown took the windy road west to meet with Redpa, Scotchtown hosted a home game against Forest Stanley. The Canaries utilised their stamina throughout the contest, led by a strong midfield and forwardline which secured eight …

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Tigers vanquish Redlegs

CHFA. The success of Scotchtown in round five of the Circular Head Football Association can be put down to team support, says coach Brent Burgess. “Our midfielders, Jordan Williams and Ben Poke, really led the way and 15-year-old Brandon Woolley again showed why he is a star of the future, with his crumbing ability up …

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Reaching for the top

CHFA. A strong Redpa outfit outclassed Forest Stanley during round four of the Circular Head Football Association on Saturday while Irishtown retained their ladder leader status by defeating Scotchtown. The support of a home crowd and the strength of the Pilkington brothers, Andrew and David, prompted Redpa to storm the game, leading by one point …

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Canaries cull Redlegs

CHFA. The third round of the Circular Head Football Association season saw a dominating performance from Irishtown in both the Seniors and Reserves games. With a home ground advantage, Irishtown led ahead of Redpa in the Seniors to notch seven majors while the visitors contributed one behind in the opening quarter. The onslaught continued in the …

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Stormy play

CHFA. The Circular Head Football Association copped wild weather throughout round two matches on Saturday. In the Seniors, blustery wind gave Scotchtown the kicking advantage in the first quarter against Redpa at the Redlegs’ home ground. The visitors booted eight goals with a response of one goal and one point from Redpa in the first stanza …

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First round clashes

CHFA. The Under 14 competition kicked off round one of the Circular Head Football Association season on Saturday. Scotchtown hosted Irishtown in Smithton where the home side held their opponents scoreless in the first quarter to notch one goal and six points themselves in the junior competition. The Canaries hit out in the second quarter …

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Members’ night

History. Circular Head Football Association inducted two Life Members at its annual awards night on Saturday. As prominent figures in local footy throughout the past three decades Kerry Armstrong and Ricky Stewart were bestowed the honour while Scotchtown Football Club’s Todd Wilson was named the CHFA Ambassador. Armstrong joined Irishtown Football Club in 1976 before …

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Night of nights

Achievements. Circular Head Football Association held its annual awards at the Stanley Town Hall on Saturday where president Stuart Gale announced his retirement. Having held the presidency for three years, and a role as treasurer prior to that, Gale says he is no longer able to commit as much time to the role as required. …

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