Saturday, March 20, 2021

Saturday results - 20 March 2021

Photo:  Kingborough's Kobe Kemp (right) congratulates team-mate Adam McKeown for his second goal from a brilliant back-header [PlessPix] 

NPL Tasmania

Kingborough Lions United 3 (A McKeown 40, 88, K Douce 49) beat Riverside Olympic 1 (T Prince 35)

Launceston City 0 lost to Devonport City 1 (N Lanau-Atkinson 60)

Glenorchy Knights 1 (A Walter 72) beat Olympia Warriors 0


Photo:  Alex Walter celebrates his goal which gave Glenorchy Knights a 1-0 win over Olympia Warriors today [PlessPix]

Southern Championship

South Hobart 3-1 New Town White Eagles

Taroona 2 (C Howcroft 2) beat Clarence Zebras 0

Kingborough Lions United 1-2 Beachside 

Hobart United 5-1 Metro

Glenorchy Knights 6 (Daniel Goodluck 3, Alessandro Bellini, Jordan Muller, Jaxon Richardson) drew with Olympia Warriors 6 (Abseirahman Azab 2, Tyson Barrett, Anthony Mamic, Curtis Miley, Zac Piesse)

University 5-0 South East United

Women’s Super League

South Hobart 1-2 Devonport City

Launceston United 5-1 Clarence Zebras

Photo:  South Hobart's Joshua Divin (left) and Eagles' Jacob Clamp in a tussle for the ball [PlessPix]

Photo:  South Hobart's Siyar Kurdistan controls the ball on his chest before shooting [PlessPix] 

Photo:  Riverside's Fletcher Fulton heads back to his keeper while under pressure from Kingborough's Adam McKeown [PlessPix]

Photo:  Knights' Jordan Muller wins a header as Olympia's Joseph Mwarabu can only watch [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

It was my pleasure today to watch the White Eagles and South Hobart Div. 1 Reserves in action.
What a comparison to when I graced Washington Street some 55 years ago. The style of play of all 4 sides was proficient and to the eye good football. A change to yesteryear where 6 underage players supplemented by 5 ageing veterans made up most reserves and “3rd” elevens. Long balls and sprints by the youth element was the style of play.
We constantly bemoan the lack of standards but to my belief the contrary the “lower” grades continue to improve.

Anonymous said...

So nice to hear something positive

Anonymous said...

Interesting results in the Super League yesterday. Congratulations to Launceston United on a great result. Lots of work to do in Clarence. Interesting bit of news out of the Strikers club that after undermining the Ulverstone program last year they had to forfeit their Championship game. Good onya FFT on another stuff up .

Anonymous said...

The information I have out of the Strikers club is that they had plenty of players but ran out of time to register them. I guess time will tell with that one. I also hear they are fielding 2 junior teams in the North West Girls Competition. As for undermining the Ulverstone program, you cant really undermine something that didnt exist in the first place.

Anonymous said...

Thankfully it's FFT's fault. For a fleeting moment I thought a club might have to take some responsibility. Phew

Anonymous said...

Interesting comment 1:32pm. I find it hard that you believe a club which has produced the third best team in Super League history, had an undefeated youth girls team last season and has always had a northern championship women’s team doesn’t have an existing program. I’d like to know what you believe an adequate program may be? As for running out of time to register, what a poor excuse. Everyone has had the same length of time and there’s been no complaints from other clubs having any problems with registration.