"Sign up your mum, your brother, your sister, your dad, your daughter, your niece, your nephew!"
That's the message from club legend Pete Barwick as he launched 'Membership Month' at the Glenorchy District Football Club.
The club currently has 760 members and we are racing to reach 1000!
The RSEA Magpies have produced a stirring 19-point win over arch-rivals Lauderdale at KGV in a game billed as a 'mini final' by coach Paul Kennedy.
The toll from the previous week's loss, with Adam Roberts, Brayden Webb, Darrean Wyatt, Sam Rundle and Zac Webster all forced omissions, meant one of the youngest Glenorchy sides in history took to the field in a must-win game in hurricane-like conditions.
It was a huge week for the RSEA Magpies women's team who won their ninth straight game for season 2021 by defeating Clarence by 62 points.
With the return of stars like Sarah Skinner, Perri King and Molly Mitchell, the girls produced a stunning second quarter, booting 5.2 to 0.1 to bounce the Roos off Blundstone Arena and keep the Smith-Corrie Cup in Magpie hands.
The Glenorchy District Football Club was honoured to be a finalist at the Tasmanian Volunteering Awards at Blundstone Arena, as recognition for our Northern Heartland Community Project.
The RSEA Magpies women's team have unveiled the club's new alternate jumpers, as designed by local Aboriginal artist Takira Simon-Brown.
Club legend Danny Ling has signed up as a Heartland Member, and he's asking all Glenorchy football folk to do the same to keep our club strong in challenging times. Here's his message: