Tasmanian State League Results 2016/17

Lauderdale 12.14.86 - 9.8.62 Launceston

September 16, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Blundstone Arena

Launceston’s extraordinary finals series has come to an end after a third consecutive Hobart trip, this time against Lauderdale at Blundstone Arena in the preliminary final. An unchanged Blues line up jumped out of the blocks early but injury and perhaps a bit of fatigue caught up to them, and Lauderdale eventually came away 24

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Clarence 7.11.53 - 13.8.86 Launceston

September 9, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Blundstone Arena

Launceston weren’t phased by back to back Hobart trips as they overcame Clarence by 33 points to continue their impressive September run and book themselves a place in the preliminary final against the odds. The Roos got off to a fast start to lead by 14 points at quarter time, but once again the Blues

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Glenorchy 14.15.99 - 10.11.71 Launceston

September 2, 2017 - 1:00 pm at Blundstone Arena

Launceston showed that they are a team to be reckoned with in the finals series this year by ending the season of reigning premiers Glenorchy, after a 28 point victory in the elimination final at Blundstone Arena. The Southern Magpies were looking the goods 20 minutes into the second quarter when they held a 27

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Launceston 9.4.58 - 14.11.95 North Launceston

August 26, 2017 - 2:00 pm

The Blues’ last home game at Windsor Park for the season and the final home and away fixture for 2017, saw them host old rivals North Launceston as the club celebrated the ten year anniversary of the 2007 premiership as well as the 150th game for one of the players from that side in Nathan

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Devonport 2.5.17 - 6.8.44 Launceston

August 12, 2017 - 1:00 pm

It was a hard old slog at Devonport Oval, with an extremely wet and muddy surface coupled with strong and swirling winds, making for some of the toughest conditions anyone involved will ever play in. Launceston lost Casey Brown and last week’s debutant Tim Auckland to school representative football commitments and Jake Smith to injury,

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Glenorchy 14.06.90 - 12.12.84 Launceston

August 5, 2017 - 2:00 pm at KGV

It was fourth versus fifth as Glenorchy hosted Launceston at KGV and the game certainly lived up to it’s billing, as a clash between two finals contenders in a thrilling contest which went right down to the wire. In the end it was the reigning premiers who came out on top by one straight kick

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Launceston Blues 5.17.47 - 8.8.56 Hobart City Demons

July 29, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

It was a frustrating day for Launceston as the inaccurate Blues went down to Hobart City Demons by 9 points in the important season-shaping clash at Windsor Park. With a strong breeze favouring one end, the Blues went in 14 points down at three quarter time but with wind in their favour in the last

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Launceston Blues 8.20.68 - 9.9.63 Kingborough Tigers

July 22, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

In an important game for Launceston, the Blues managed to just barely come out on top against a competitive Tigers outfit at Windsor Park to open up a four point gap over sixth placed Hobart City Demons. It was a tight game all day, with Sonny Whiting kicking the winning goal deep in the last

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Clarence 16.08.104 - 11.11.77 Launceston

July 8, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Blundstone Arena

Launceston welcomed back experienced premiership duo Corey Sheppard and Nathan O’Donoghue, but lost key players Rulla Kelly-Mansell and Sam Lonergan to injury for their clash with ladder leaders Clarence at Blundstone Arena. In a hard fought battle with plenty of momentum shifts, the Roos managed to hold the Blues at bay and eventually come away

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Launceston 12.6.78 - 16.9.105 Lauderdale

July 1, 2017 - 1:00 pm at Windsor Park

It was a younger Launceston line up this week with the Blues welcoming back Casey Brown, James Gillow and Connor Smith from school football to replace Ben Killalea, Nathan O’Donoghue and the injured Corey Sheppard, with Smith playing his first senior game of the season. Unfortunately for the Blues Lauderdale came away 27 point victors,

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