Tasmanian State League Results

North Hobart 7.2.44 - 24.7.151 Launceston

May 26, 2018 - 2:00 pm at North Hobart Oval

Launceston bounced back in style with a 107 point triumph at North Hobart Oval to make it two three figure wins over the bottom placed Demons this season, a hundred point win undoubtedly a fitting margin for co-captain Chris Savage’s 100th game for the club. The Blues got out to a good start, kicking seven

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Launceston 7.8.50 - 15.13.103 North Launceston

May 19, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

Unfortunately it wasn’t the result the Blues were after in their top of the table clash against North Launceston, with the Northern Bombers once again running out comfortable winners in the local derby. Launceston were unable to take full advantage of the breeze in the opening term despite being on top for most of the

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Launceston 12.9.81 - 13.2.80 Glenorchy

May 12, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

The clash between Launceston and Glenorchy certainly lived up to the billing of a first versus third encounter, with the hosts coming away one point winners in a thrilling encounter at Windsor Park. Due in part to the wind favouring one end, there were plenty of momentum shifts throughout the day, with the Blues pulling

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Launceston Blues 17.11.113 - 3.4.22 Kingborough Tigers

May 5, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

With the upcoming week’s opponents Glenorchy losing their first game of the season on Saturday, Launceston’s percentage-boosting 91 point win over Tigers was enough to send them to the top of the ladder. The tone was set early with the Blues kicking five goals to one against the wind in the first quarter, before going

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Clarence 8.7.55 - 13.7.85 Launceston

April 28, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Blundstone Arena

Launceston made it two successful Hobart trips in a row with a 30 point win over Clarence at Blundstone Arena, a venue the Blues are making a habit of playing well at. After a tight opening to the match, the visitors blew the game open in the second and third quarters and despite a spirited

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Lauderdale 6.8.62 - 18.16.124 Launceston

April 14, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Lauderdale Oval

Launceston gained a small measure of revenge for last season’s preliminary final, exactly doubling Lauderdale’s score to record a 62 point win in their first trip south of the season. The two teams were greeted by four seasons in one day at Lauderdale Oval, with strong winds, rain and bright sunshine at different times during

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Launceston 21.21.147 - 2.4.16 North Hobart

April 7, 2018 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

Launceston bounced back from their opening round defeat and celebrated Sam Rundle’s 100th game in fine style with an imposing 131 point win over North Hobart in their first home game of the season. Much has changed for both both since Launceston pipped the then Hobart City Demons to a finals spot on percentage last

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North Launceston 17.8.110 - 8.6.54 Launceston

March 30, 2018 - 6:30 pm at UTAS Stadium

Unfortunately it was a less than ideal start to the season for Launceston, with the Blues going down to to the reigning premiers at UTAS Stadium under lights on Good Friday. A slow start was compounded by the loss of Jake Nunn to injury early in the second quarter and the neighbours from the West

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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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