Ready and roaring

Football. Scotchtown Football Club is preparing for a competitive Circular Head Football Association season as the club announces its coaching team. The club was established in 1950, securing its first premiership title in the Reserves in 1954. The Tigers have etched their name in the premiership cup several times throughout their almost seven decade history, …

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Ricky Alan Stewart October 14, 1953 – August 9, 2018

Ricky Alan Stewart was born on October 14, 1953 at the old Smithton Hospital, now Wyndarra. Ricky was the eldest son of Alan and Isabelle Stewart, brother to Peter, Trudy and Jill. Ricky attended St Attracta’s school until illness struck at age seven. He then spent three years at St Giles School for crippled children …

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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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Tiger pride

Representative. Ashley Oates has been crowned the Circular Head Football Association Ambassador for 2018.  The Scotchtown Football Club representative joined Redpa’s Shona Wilson, Forest Stanley’s Laura Davis and Irishtown’s Johnny Swan in vying for the title at the annual dinner and awards gala at Irishtown Community Centre on Saturday.   Ashley, who has ties to …

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Decades of victory

Anniversary. Scotchtown Football Club will commemorate two memorable milestones next week. The club will celebrate the anniversaries of the 1977 and 1987 Grand Finals which mark the first flag won by the Seniors then one decade on when all three sides recorded premiership victories. Forming in 1950, the club’s first Grand Final victory was secured …

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Scotchtown’s Queen

Representative. Scotchtown Football Club’s Lauren Bovill was crowned Circular Head Football Association Ambassador for 2016 at the annual presentation evening on Saturday. Fiancee of Scotchtown Seniors coach Brent Burgess, Lauren joined Forest Stanley’s Krystle House, Redpa’s Joseph Armstrong and Irishtown’s Rachel Emmett in vying for the title. “I have been fortunate enough to work with …

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Grey first to reach 300

Football. Playing alongside his son Bailey, Tim Grey notched up a club milestone on Saturday with the Scotchtown Football Club. The father-son duo took to the Smithton Recreation Ground clad in yellow and black for Grey’s 300th game with the Tigers. “Officially I am the only player to have played 300 games for the club, which …

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State debut approaches

Contribution. Scotchtown Football Club has congratulated former Tiger 15-year-old Mason Chatwin on his selection into the Under 15 State Team with a $500 donation to go toward the young footballer’s travelling costs. Mason will travel to Maroochydore, Queensland for the School Sport Australia National Championships in July. He began his playing career with the Scotchtown …

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Demons widen gap

CHFA. Redpa and Scotchtown put on a show for those in attendance as both teams produced a high quality game of football that could have gone either way, while in the fifth round’s other game, Forest Stanley were far too good in their top of the table clash against Irishtown. At Redpa, the home side …

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Stewart’s efforts recognised 

CHFA. Scotchtown Football Club secretary Ricky Stewart has been nominated for the 2015 AFL Tasmania Volunteer of the Year awards. Stewart was nominated by the Circular Head Football Association for his long-standing commitment to the club, having been actively involved since 1987. The Tasmanian Football Awards will be held at the Country Club Tasmania this …

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