Information for GDFC players, officials and supporters attending the games at North Hobart oval on Saturday, 8 May 2021.
All entry and exit via main gate, corner Argyle & Ryde Sts. Gate opens at 8.15am and entry for U18s parents etc. is free until 9.30am.
General admission ticket sales online at www.trybooking.com.
Limited gameday tickets may be available for purchase.
Attendees are also required to register via the ‘Check in Tas’ app. Manual and QR scanning registration areas are located and clearly identified inside the main gate.
*Pic by Chris Rules
It was a frustrating day at the office for the RSEA Magpies as they failed to fire in the third term, and failed to convert their many opportunities as they fell by 24 points to the much-improved Tigers at Twin Ovals.
The day was typified by the visitors' opening few minutes, where two 'stand' 50-metre penalities gifted the Tigers a pair of cheap goals and a perfect kickstart to the day.
Pic by Chris Rules
It was a case of G-Force at KGV last Saturday as Harrison Gunther and John Geard guided the RSEA Magpies to a memorable 26-point win over Lauderdale.
An exciting new tradition got underway with a strong Glenorchy win, as our women's team defeated Clarence by 30 points in the inaugural Smith-Corrie Cup at KGV on Saturday.
Ben Kamaric gave a strong early indication he is back to his brilliant 2019 form with a Dusty Martin-like performance in the RSEA Magpies' season opener at KGV.
In a game that swung back and forth throughout, a string of late majors secured the win for Clarence, but there were certainly positive signs for the young Magpies, most noticeably Kamaric's form.
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: