Saturday 30th April
Cresswell Beakley Stand
Time: 5.00pm and Dinner served 6.15pm
2 course meal
$25.00 per head
RSVP should be NO LATER than Friday 22nd April
Payment must be made on or before the 22nd April to confirm your spot.
For contact and payment details please see the attachment.
The annual “200 Club” is up and running for this year. Tickets cost $100 with the Major Prize $4,500, 2nd Prize $1,500 and 3rd Prize $750. The draw will take place at the club in the new function room with Nibbles/Drinks provided for 2 hours on the night. Every 10th number drawn out on the night will see a $50 prize. For tickets please contact David Cornelius on 0417 345 799.
Recently the club was fortunate enough to host a “COACHES SESSION” with former Glenorchy great Adrian Fletcher presenting alongside our current Senior Coach Aaron Cornelius as well as our Strength and Conditioning Coach Sam Yee. It was well attended with 15 coaches present from all levels with every club in our zone invited – Junior and Senior – Claremont and New Norfolk. Adrian these days is the High Performance and Academy Coach for AFL Queensland and has been doing a wonderful job with a number of players being drafted from Queensland in recent times. Prior to that the dynamo mid-fielder has spent time at Geelong (AFL), Collingwood (AFL) and Brisbane Lions (AFL) as an Assistant Coach.
Former North Hobart (TFL/TSL), Tassie Mariner (TAC Cup), Sydney Swans Rookie (AFL), Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) and Glenelg (SANFL) footballer Paul Allison has come onboard at the club as an Assistant Coach at both Seniors and Development League level. Allison 35 ,has spent the last few years living in Sydney at Manly before moving back to Hobart before Christmas to be closer to his and partner Shayla’s families after recently becoming a father to a young boy – Huxley Ace Allison. This is Paul’s first step into the coaching ranks and he is very much looking forward to this opportunity. Believe it or not he still hasn’t shut the door on possibly playing during the year and without doubt his ability to teach our young brigade coming through can only be of benefit. We wish “ALLO” the very best on his journey with the Mighty Magpies!