1. John Geard
2. Shaun Stewart
3. Scott Bennetts
1. Cooper Triffit
2. Tyson Williams-Wheeler
3. Tristian Goodsell
1. Thomasa Corrie
2. Alanah Kelly
3. Gemma Allan
At Blundstone Stadium – Sat, 19th September – 2:30pm
North Launceston: B. Cox-Goodyer 4, J. Holland 3, A. O’Sign 3, J. Pearce, Z. Burt, W. McBride
Glenorchy: J. Bowden 4, M. Rainbird 2, S. Piuselli 2, D. Muir 2, L. Smith
North Launceston: J. Holland, C. Nankervis, B. Cox-Goodyer, G. Mohr, E. Petterwood, A. Lee
Glenorchy: J. Bowden, M. Dilger, S. Hall, C. Brown, D. Muir, B. Webb
Darrel Baldock Medalist (Best on Ground) – Josh Holland (North Launceston)
At Blundstone Stadium – Sat, 19th September – 11:30am
Clarence: M. Blackburn 4, A. Grace 2, B. Hay 2, L. Murfitt-Cowen 2, M. Swan, O. Di Venuto, K. Wylie, R. Bones
Glenorchy: S. Bennetts 3, L. Webb 2, J. Crossin 2, B. Quinn, J. Geard, J. Webb, K. Styles
Clarence: B. Hay, J. Wylie, J. Harper, C. Leek, N. Douglas, M. Blackburn
Glenorchy: S. Bennetts, M. Badcock, K. Styles, J. Crossin, C. Salter, D. Clark
Saturday 19 September 2:30pm
Saturday 19 September 11:20am
At Blundstone Arena – Sat, 5th September – 2:00pm
Glenorchy: D. Muir 4, M. Rainbird 3, T. Bowden 2, J. Arnold 2, S. Piuselli, J. Hayden
Burnie: A. Lee 3, R. Grenville, C. McDonald, N. McKenna, J. Dowling, S. Newson
Glenorchy: S. Hall, C. Brown, J. Arnold, M. Dilger, D. Muir, D. Joseph
Burnie: C. Proctor, H. Walters, N. Walters, D. Banham, K. Munday, N. McKenna
At Blundstone Arena – Sun, 5th September – 11:30am
Clarence: M. Haydon 3, M. Blackburn 2, R. Bones 2, C. Alcorso 2, L. Adams, O. Di Venuto, A. Silver, A. Grace, J. Holmes, N. Douglas
Glenorchy: J. Geard 3, A. Grubb, C. Duffy
Clarence: J. Wylie, J. Harper, O. Di Venuto, K. Bailey, C. Leek, A. Jones
Glenorchy: C. Duffy, J. Geard, D. Clark, B. Quinn, M. Badcock, J. Crossin
Glenorchy Football Club utility, Jordon Arnold, has won the Matthew Richardson Medal in his first full season in the Southern Cross Tasmanian State League, having played all 18 games in the home and away season.
Awarded to the Rookie of the Year, players eligible for the Matthew Richardson Medal must be under 23 years of age, have played less than 20 games at the commencement of the season, and in no more than two years of senior football.
Jordon (aged 19) commenced his football with Claremont Junior Football Club before making the transition to the Glenorchy Junior Football Club in under 15’s, in 2014 Jordon made his senior State League debut playing 13 games during the course of the season whilst also being a member of the State U18 Academy program.
Jordon’s playing achievements prior to his foray in the TSL indicate that Jordon had the attributes to be capable of playing at the TSL level.
– U12 Best & Fairest, Claremont Junior Football Club
– U13 Best & Fairest Runner Up, Claremont Junior Football Club
– U14 Best & Fairest, Claremont Junior Football Club
– U15 Best & Fairest, Glenorchy Junior Football Club
– Under 16 State Academy
– Under 18 State Academy
Glenorchy District Football Club, Head Coach Aaron Cornelius said” Jordon has had a very consistent year for the club; he has played a variety of positions and taken some big game day tasks with a great attitude”.
“Jordon’s team first mentality has pushed him up in the eyes of his team mates and has gained great respect from them as they know he will play his role on game day every week, his application to a consistent training ethic and hard work on and off the field has raised his game to another level”.
“Jordon is very easy to coach through always wanting to better himself and the team; this is a fantastic recognition for all the hard work he has put into developing his game”.
Tasmanian State League General Manager, Shaun Young, congratulated Arnold on winning the award that recognises one of Tasmania’s greatest footballers, former Richmond star Matthew Richardson.
“The Matthew Richardson Medal is named after one of Tasmania’s modern day greats, and it is great recognition for Jordon to receive the medal in his first full year in the State League, Jordon’s achievement demonstrates to those players that have the attributes and desire to play at the highest possible level in the state of what can be achieved if they have the commitment and work ethic to improve and take their game to the next level” Young said.