Emerging superstar Perri King has become the first-ever Glenorchy Magpie drafted into the AFLW after being selected by North Melbourne on Tuesday night.
King, a New Norfolk product, burst onto the TSLW stage with the RSEA Magpies as a 15-year-old in 2019, being named in the best players three times in her 10 outings in the black and white.
Then she made talent scouts around the country take notice in 2020 - as her incredible pressure game stood out at senior level - including being named Glenorchy's second best player in the grand final at UTAS Stadium.
*Pic by Chris Rules
The RSEA Magpies welcomed back some experienced faces last Saturday and almost toppled the high-flying Clarence Roos in a high-quality contest at KGV.
After Josh Arnold and Chris Howard had returned to the line-up in the previous two weeks, Brayden Webb, Matt Dilger, Cam Goodsell and Darrean Wyatt further bolstered the Pies as they look to finish the season on a high.
It's Membership Month as we race towards 1000 members of our great club!
Membership isn't all about us, it's as much about you, and all our members get amazing Magpie Reward discounts at club partners like RSEA (10%), Rebel Sport (10%), Bennett's Petroleum (6c per litre) and more.
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.