Lightning strikes

Leadership. With premiership glory at stake, clubs will launch into a new Circular Head Football Association season this weekend. The annual Lightning Premiership will kick start proceedings this Saturday in Smithton. The twilight tournament will see sides meet in a round-robin series ahead of round one the following week. A change in leadership will see …

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United clubs, stronger juniors

Skills. The Circular Head Football Association’s four clubs have joined to create an eight-week Junior Development Program for the region’s budding players. Collaborating to present the development opportunity, the clubs of Forest Stanley, Irishtown, Scotchtown and Redpa will mentor the association’s youth throughout the series with contributions from renowned AFL players. Program coordinator Clinton “Ox” …

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Demons’ close call 

Reserves. In a hard fought match, Forest Stanley Football Club held on to win Circular Head Football Association’s Grand Final on Saturday. Held at the Smithton Recreation Ground, the Demons forged into attack from the first bounce to register two goals and one point in the opening quarter. The Canaries managed just one point in …

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Canaries cage Tigers

Under 16. Irishtown Football Club’s juniors earned Circular Head Football Association’s Grand Final prestige on Saturday with a 56-point victory. Scotchtown rivalled Irishtown for the top honour in a display of positive sportsmanship. The Canaries had a stellar opening quarter, registering six goals, four behinds to the Tigers’ one goal response. However Scotchtown pressed hard …

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Demons crush Canaries

Seniors. Forest Stanley Football Club claimed back-to-back honours in Circular Head Football Association’s Grand Final played at the Smithton Recreation Ground on Saturday. A sudden downpour during the game’s opening minutes did little to dampen the determination of Irishtown and Forest Stanley as they lurched into the contest purposefully. Following their strong season, the Demons …

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Demons clean up awards

Prestige. Forest Stanley Football Club claimed a clean sweep of Best and Fairest awards during Circular Head Football Association’s trophy presentation and ambassador quest evening on Saturday. Held at the Irishtown Community Centre, the four local clubs joined to celebrate the season’s successes ahead of this weekend’s conclusive event. The Demons’ Joel Quilliam claimed Seniors’ …

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Canaries, Demons rise to premiership challenge

Preview. Irishtown Football Club is preparing to brave their greatest challenge of the season as all three divisions advance into the Circular Head Football Association 2016 Grand Final this Saturday. Irishtown will meet Forest Stanley in the Seniors clash as the Demons dare to cling on to an undefeated season. Irishtown coach Jason Gofton and …

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Redlegs run out of breath

CHFA. Irishtown shattered Redpa’s Grand Final hopes during Circular Head Football Association’s Preliminary Final in Stanley on Saturday. The Canaries ended the Redlegs’ season with a 38-point victory to see green-and-gold progress to the premiership contest against Forest Stanley this weekend. Met with wild weather conditions in Stanley, a low-scoring game ensued with high hopes …

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Forest Stanley prevail

CHFA. Forest Stanley continued their dominant season by securing a place in the Grand Final following a spectacular 86-point victory in the second Semi Final on Saturday. In a highly anticipated round, Forest Stanley hosted their Irishtown competitors for the Circular Head Football Association’s second Semi Final showdowns. Following a slow start, the Demons led …

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