Saturday, April 3, 2021

Saturday results - 3 April 2021

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Riley Dillon crosses the ball into the South Hobart penalty area [PlessPix]

Lakoseljac Cup (Round -of-16)

University 2-1 Beachside

South Hobart 2 (N Morton, 59, 68) beat Clarence Zebras 0

Northern Rangers 0-13 Devonport City

New Town White Eagles 1 (D Cox) lost to Kingborough Lions United 4 (A McKeown 2, J Turner, S Cartwright)

Ulverstone 0-11 Olympia Warriors

Somerset 3-5 Launceston City

Riverside Olympic 0-4 Glenorchy Knights

Photo:  Eagles' Toby Butler tangles with Kingborough's Jackson Khasif and Jack Turner [PlessPix]

Women’s State-wide Cup

University 4 (Z Lovell, A Johnstone, S Young, og) lost to Kingborough Lions United 6 (L Davis 3, B Gadon, H Bonertz-Ben, og)

Launceston United 8-1 Glenorchy Knights

Ulverstone 0-3 Taroona

Photo:  University's Michelle Tadros (left) comes up against Kingborough's Aline Kidd and Bronte Gadon [PlessPix]

Under-20 State-wide Cup

Ulverstone 28-0 Somerset

Devonport City 2-5 Launceston City

Clarence Zebras 3 (E Medhurst 2, B Jones) beat South East United 2 (S Sartori 2) (AET; 2-2 after 90 minutes)

Kingborough Lions United 1-6 Launceston United

Burnie United 0-4 Glenorchy Knights

Northern Rangers 1-4 South Hobart

Taroona 2-4 Riverside Olympic

Olympia Warriors 5 (A Azab 2, S Cummins, B Curtis, A Pacey-Mayne) beat Beachside 0

Photo:  A Beachside defender wins a tackle against an Olympia opponent [PlessPix] 

Photo:  South East United's Sam Sartori takes on two Clarence Zebras opponents [PlessPix]

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Thomas Backhouse in pursuit of a South East United opponent [PlessPix]
Photo:  Kingborough's Kobe Kemp (left) and Eagles' Sam Leszczynski in competition [PlessPix]
Photo:  South Hobart's Tobias Herweynen clears ahead of Clarence Zebras' Matthew Pace [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

So 42 goals scored over 3 games in Ulverstone
I suppose it was lucky FFT only live streamed up there and nowhere else, seems like it was the best quality football that was played in the state...

Mike said...

If you don't like it, feel free to get out there and do it yourself.

It's an amateur competition and no doubt a couple of the guys that work tirelessly for nothing to do the stewing might have wanted a weekend off.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't Tassie want a more professional competition?

I'm sure FFT, as accommodating as they are, would allow unsanctioned individuals to livestream on their YouTube channel

If you're happy watching 11-0 demolishing's then I am happy you got what you wanted Mike :)

Mike said...

I didn't waste my Saturday watching it anonymous.

I spent money supporting a local club attending a game live...

Unfortunately, the only way things become more professional is money. There is an amateur sport/league in the world that would be recognised as presenting as a professional.

Clubs in the state will only get a chance to get that way through sponsorship which in the current climate doesn't exist or through people attending and supporting clubs

Anonymous said...

Can anybody explain to me why we have an u20 cup competition ? - there is no u20 league and no pre requisite that I can see via FFA, why do we not have an u18 comp surely that would be more relevant

Terry said...

I'm glad you have the ability to go to games and spend the money, its good for the game no doubt unfortunately some people cannot attend games

$8-$10 isn't going to cut it though sadly

Bigger issues are afoot

Anonymous said...

I love it when bigger issues are afoot.