One point the difference for Saints  

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints have concluded their Greater Northern League season, narrowly missing out on finals glory. Travelling to Burnie, the Saints met the City Marians in the round 18 encounter, that would be their last for the season. Without the strength of Mel Gray and Bek Lardner, Circular Head Hockey Association’s …

2 years ago

Crole scores for Smithton 

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints were defeated by South Burnie during Saturday’s round 17 proceedings in the Greater Northern League. The Hawks held a home-game advantage at McKenna Park with their visitors lacking several strong players. Circular Head Hockey Association’s Andy Crole of Tigers Hockey Club donned red, white and black for the …

2 years ago

Suns overshine Smithton

GNL women. With finals looming, the Rocky Cape Tavern Saints met ladder leaders South Launceston on opposition turf during round 15 on Saturday. Sitting just outside the top four, this was an important game for the Saints not only for the points but for club veteran Sonia Poke in her 400th game with the red, …

2 years ago
http://www.chchronicle.com.au/advertisements/tall-timbers-web-strip/

Saints seize round 14 win

GNL women. West Devonport held the home field advantage in hosting the Rocky Cape Tavern Saints for a round 14 showdown on Saturday. Despite the disadvantage, the valiant Saints’ determination saw them seize an unexpected win. Eager to make an impact on the scoreboard early, the Saints put West on the back foot with a …

2 years ago

Home side dominates

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints hosted a young and fit Tamar Churinga outfit in Smithton on Saturday. In the second last home game of the Greater Northern League season, the Saints took the opportunity to impress the home crowd with strong ball movement which controlled much of the opening-half play. With Ali Oates …

2 years ago

Queechy quashes winning hopes

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints travelled the long road to Launceston on Saturday to play fourth-placed Queechy Penguins in the Greater Northern League’s round 11 proceedings. An even match ensued from the starting whistle with neither team able to secure the ball in their attacking half for a prolonged period of time. The …

2 years ago

Hawks snatch four-goal win 

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints welcomed the return of veteran player Helen Marthick to the line up during their South Burnie encounter at McKenna Park on Saturday. Also welcome additions, Allie Burgess and Sh’Kea Poke joined the Saints who in recent weeks have struggled for numbers and are currently without the strength of …

2 years ago
http://www.chchronicle.com.au/advertisements/local-directory-web-strip/

Trophy troubles

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints were looking to hold onto their possession of the Vicki Bennett Memorial Trophy when they took on Devonport for the annual contest on Saturday. Devonport travelled to Smithton for the Greater Northern League’s round nine campaign. Both sides were aware of the game’s importance as they took to …

2 years ago

Saints knock over City

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints seized a slick 5-1 victory from City Marians on Saturday during round seven of the Greater Northern League’s action. Swiftly taking advantage of their attacking opportunities, Saints midfielder Alex Mainwaring played a stellar game, converting two penalty corners in the first half. Donna Porteus and Laura Korpershoek gave …

2 years ago

South shield recipients 

GNL women. The Rocky Cape Tavern Saints hosted South Burnie in Smithton on Saturday, battling for the well respected title of ‘Wealth Financial Shield’ champions. The round six Greater Northern League match began with the Saints pouncing on South’s defence early, however the opposition’s goalie made it difficult for the Saints to capitalise, continually closing …

2 years ago
1 2 3