Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Bits and pieces and pics - 27 March 2019

Photo:  Lachie Burt (right) in action for Zebras against Olympia [PlessPix]

Lachie Burt has left Hobart Zebras and signed for Clarence United.

Burt’s father, Warren Burt, is coach of Clarence United, who are struggling in this season’s NPL Tasmania competition.

Clarence are last, having played four games and losing all four and conceding 35 goals in the process and scoring none.

Lachie Burt is a promising midfielder and should strengthen the Clarence squad.

Warren Burt left the Zebras coaching staff and took over as coach at the beginning of the current season, where he replaced Alan Jablonski.

Lachie Burt found it difficult to get a starting berth with Zebras’ senior side and that is believed to have prompted his move.

Meanwhile, former Zebras winger, Iskander Van Doorne, a Canadian import, is expected to arrive back in Tasmania tomorrow [Thursday] and join South Hobart.


Photo:  Action from the Under-15 game between Zebras and South Hobart [PlessPix]

(Youth Summer Series Under-15 Pool A, KGV Park Saturday, 23 March 2019)

Hobart Zebras 0
South Hobart 11

HT:  0-6   Ref:  T Butler

Photo:  Two South Hobart players in pursuit of a Zebras winger [PlessPix]

(Youth Summer Series Under-16 Pool B, KGV Park, Sunday, 24 March 2019)

Glenorchy Knights 3 (Dylan Midson-Laredo 2, Tyson Hartill)
Nelson Eastern Suburbs 0

HT:  2-0   Ref:  N Wood

Photo:  Action from the Under-16 game between Glenorchy Knights and Nelson Eastern Suburbs [PlessPix]

(Youth Summer Series Under-18, KGV Park, Sunday, 24 March 2019)

Hobart Zebras 5 (Bradley Jones 2, Arthur Wilson, Ethan Medhurst, Joshua Young) Glenorchy Knights 0

HT:  1-0   Ref:  C Phillips

[Knights played with just 10 players for the second half, despite having some substitutes on the bench.]

Photo:  Hobart Zebras scored from a corner against Glenorchy Knights in the Under-18 game [PlessPix]


Crystal ball said...

Other npl clubs might need to make another signing.As south hobart squad looking way ahead of the competition.get your $$$$ on them

Riverside roos said...

Have juventus lost their mind. I’m basing this on what’s been said here and on tassie football central but not being able to attract one of their best midfielders from last year back then letting a previous (nsw & qld?) state midfielder leave. Not sure who the coach is down there but I sense a thin squad by the end of the year and a dull club in 5 years time if this treatment keeps up.

Riverside roos said...

Of course they will sign an import for short term fix. Original point remains

Anonymous said...

Isky getting top dollar at south

Anonymous said...

Where are youth rosters -way late again. FFT need kick up the proverbial.

Anonymous said...

Found this on South Hobart website.

Is misrepresenting the truth ( as nice as I can put it) about paying players

"Unlike wealthier clubs, none of our senior players receive any remuneration for playing for us (we simply cannot afford this)."

Seriously this club is a piece of work. ANd I am sure it is everyone else fault but their own they no women's program.