Meet Terry Daniher

Football. Former AFL great Terry Daniher will be in Smithton at the weekend and the community is invited to come along and meet him. Scotchtown Football Club has secured the visit, sponsored by WorkSafe Tas and AFL Tasmania, during Saturday’s home game against Irishtown. The ‘Match of the Month’ initiative sees six matches across the …

3 years ago

Nail-biting affair 

CHFA. Season standings became clearer over the weekend as Forest-Stanley edged out Scotchtown by 11 points to continue its winning ways, while Irishtown defeated Redpa by 28 points. With the Demons undefeated for the season, defeating them was never going to be an easy task for the second-placed Tigers. However with rain clearing for the …

3 years ago

Demons’ muddy demolition

CHFA. The second half of the split round concluded on Saturday in predictable fashion as Forest-Stanley experienced an 80-point demolition over hosts Redpa. Due to rain hampering other grades’ proceedings, conditions at the ground became extremely boggy, however that never deterred the competition leaders as they dominated early on. The Demons continued to play clever football …

3 years ago
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Tigers’ pain in the rain

CHFA. Irishtown inflicted Scotchtown’s second consecutive defeat in the Seniors, taking a morale-boosting 46-point win at home in the split round’s first match on Saturday. With periods of rain and a noticeable breeze snaking its way around the town’s surrounding green hills, the Tigers kicked to the windy advantage in the first but failed to …

3 years ago

Prepped to pounce

CHFA. A new coach and a rekindled sense of desire sees the Scotchtown Tigers’ senior side eager to put last year’s fifth-place finish behind them. Former Smithton Saints player Brent Burgess has entered the club to take on the role as senior coach, while Kieren Baldock and U/17s coach Kodie Williams will assist as vice-captains …

4 years ago