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It's on again! We take on our traditional rivals Clarence in the first 2020 instalment of the Bingley-Linton Cup, but this time it's at a new venue.
Glenorchy RSEA Magpies vs Clarence at Richmond Oval, Richmond, 1.30 Saturday 25 July.
Limited tickets available due to COVID restrictions. 100 tickets are available online from 9am Wednesday:
*Pic thanks to Solstice.Digital & Photography
When 1958 meets 2016!
A great story emerged from our Northern Heartland Community Project recently, with 2016 premiership player and now midfield gun James Webb giving up his Saturday afternoon for a great cause.
From president John McCann:
As I am sure many of you have now seen, it has been officially announced that the 2020 TSL and TSLW seasons will go ahead, with a start date slated for Saturday 18 July.
Without your loyal custom we would cease to exist, and we are looking forward to seeing you back at the Club.
The good news is we have reopened for business on a limited scale and under the Covid-19 Guidelines.
*Pics courtesy of the Herald Sun
The Herald Sun has named its 50 greatest VFL players of the past 20 years, since the turn of the millenium, and as a sign of the strength of the Glenorchy District Football Club, three Magpies made the list.
Dear Magpie family,
As we have promised to keep you informed of developments and activities associated with our club, community and leagues it is now time for an update.
I am very proud to be able to thank the almost 50 people from our club family who have helped out the Food Bank and West Moonah Community House in their essential community work over the past five weeks, and a special thank you our club would like to extend is to RSEA.
I hope this message finds our extended club family in good health and good spirits. I have been touching base with many of our more senior members, volunteers and past players and have been pleased to find those contacted are coping well in tough times.
We are partnering with our naming rights sponsor RSEA to help local charities, while working behind the scenes to keep the club strong in the current environment.
We are also looking at virtual ways to keep the Club community interacting and we hope to present a few fundraising ideas for the Club in the near future. Any suggestions please send them in.
Over the past two weeks 20 volunteers from our club have taken shifts at the Food Bank and packed in excess of 1000 food boxes to go out to those in need.
So far we have had senior and junior players, coaches, trainers, board members, former players, staff members and their families all help out in what has been a tremendous team effort that is urgently needed at this time.