Tasmanian State League Results 2016/17

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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North Launceston 12.13.85 - 9.10.64 Launceston

June 23, 2017 - 7:00 pm at UTAS Stadium

It was all about progress for Launceston on Friday night at UTAS Stadium as the Blues showed a marked improvement over the last time they faced off against North Launceston, with the margin this time ten goals less than their round three encounter at Windsor Park. Launceston matched the Northern Bombers goal for goal in

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Burnie Dockers 6.7.43 - 24.18.162 Launceston Blues

June 17, 2017 - 2:00 pm at West Park

Launceston started the second half of the season in fine style with a 119 point victory over Burnie at West Park. The Blues had a much changed lineup from the last fixture two weeks ago, missing some key players due to injury and school football, but also welcoming back the likes of coach Sam Lonergan

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Launceston 11.16.82 - 8.4.52 Devonport

June 3, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

We’ve reached the half way point of the season and Launceston will go into the state game break in third place after a hard fought 30 point win against a young Devonport side who worked hard all day and didn’t allow the Blues to run away with the game, despite trailing by 35 points at

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Launceston 16.5.101 - 4.7.31 Glenorchy

May 27, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Windsor Park

Launceston produced almost a complete display in a crushing 70 point triumph over reigning premiers Glenorchy at Windsor Park, leapfrogging the southern Magpies on the ladder in the process but remaining in fourth place thanks to Lauderdale’s percentage boosting win against Burnie. Slick ball movement, manic pressure and excellent efficiency up forward were the hallmarks

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Hobart City 14.8.92 - 9.11.65 Launceston

May 20, 2017 - 2:00 pm at North Hobart Oval

Launceston made their second consecutive trip down to Hobart with a different looking side to last week, thanks to five enforced changes due to injury and representative commitments, and weren’t able to come away with the points against Hobart City Demons at North Hobart Oval. The Blues eventually going down by 27 points. A good

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Kingborough Tigers 3.5.23 - 15.14.104 Launceston Blues

May 13, 2017 - 2:00 pm at Twin Ovals

Round 7 – Tigers Vs Launceston at Twin Ovals Refreshed after the bye, Launceston made their longest away trip of the season and came away with the four points after a dominant 81 point triumph over Tigers at the Twin Ovals. It was a great start to a tough block of games for the Blues between

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Launceston 4.9.33 - 10.11.71 Clarence

April 30, 2017 - 1:00 pm at Windsor Park

It was a frustrating Sunday afternoon for Launceston as they were unable to put a decent score on the board in a low scoring affair against Clarence, going down in the end by 38 points. Some inaccuracy, particularly early in the game, didn’t help the Blues’ cause as they kicked five behinds before finally registering

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