Saturday, May 21, 2022

Saturday results - 21 May 2022

Photo:  South Hobart's Luke Bighin (right) tackles an Olympia Warriors striker. [PlessPix] 

NPL Tasmania

South Hobart 7-0 Olympia Warriors

Devonport Strikers 5-1 Kingborough Lions United

Clarence Zebras 1-1 Launceston City

Riverside Olympic 0-6 Glenorchy Knights

NPL Tasmania Standings (As at 21 May 2022)

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pts

Devonport Strikers

8

7

0

1

26

2

21

Glenorchy Knights

8

6

1

1

23

4

19

South Hobart

7

4

2

1

27

6

14

Kingborough Lions

8

4

1

3

24

18

13

Launceston City

7

4

1

2

15

14

13

Clarence Zebras

8

1

2

5

9

19

5

Olympia Warriors

8

1

0

7

8

33

3

Riverside Olympic

8

0

1

7

1

37

1

Photo:  Launceston City's Aaron Campbell (left) vies for possession with Clarence Zebras' Sam Hills. [PlessPix]

Photo:  New Town White Eagles' Sam Leszczynski (left) under pressure from a South Hobart defender. [PlessPix]  

Men’s Southern Championship

South Hobart 1-2 New Town White Eagles

Hobart City Beachside 3-1 Kingborough Lions United

Hobart United 2-1 Glenorchy Knights

University 3-3 Taroona

South East United 3-1 Clarence Zebras

Olympia Warriors 1-2 Metro

Photo:  A Launceston City defender towers over Clarence Zebras' Sam Tooze. [PlessPix]  

Women’s Super League

Clarence Zebras 4-5 Launceston United

Devonport Strikers 7-0 Kingborough Lions United

Photo:  South Hobart's Tobias Herweynen (left) in a race for the ball with an Olympia Warriors striker. [PlessPix]  

Men’s Northern Championship

Burnie United 4-2 Launceston City

Somerset Sharks 3-2 Launceston United

Devonport Strikers 6-1 Ulverstone

Riverside Olympic 1-7 Northern Rangers

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Daniel Baumgartner has a full-blooded shot for goal. [PlessPix]  

Women’s Northern Championship

Devonport Strikers 0-6 Ulverstone

Burnie United 2-0 Launceston City

Riverside Olympic 3-5 Northern Rangers

Photo:  South Hobart clear their lines as Eagles' Sam Leszczynski threatens. [PlessPix]

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Ryan Cook earns a penalty but Launceston City's Matthew Oh looks as if he is still determined  to clear the ball. [PlessPix]