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Without your loyal custom we would cease to exist, and we are looking forward to seeing you back at the Club.
Commencing this Friday 4th June, we will be reopening for business on a limited scale and under the Covid-19 Guidelines.
Initial Opening Hours.
|Friday 4th June||3pm – 8pm|
|Saturday 5th June||Midday – 8pm|
|Sunday 6th June||Closed|
|Monday 7th June||Closed|
|Tuesday 8th June||Midday – 8pm|
|Wednesday 9th June||Midday – 8pm|
|Thursday 10th June||Midday – 8pm|
|Friday11th June||Midday – 8pm|
Opening Hours will be reviewed as Keno and UBet facilities come back on line.
Nita’s Café will be serving Lunch and Dinner
*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.
New Glenorchy TSLW vice-captain Brie Barwick can remember her first taste of football like it was yesterday, and not just because Magpie stalwarts Sandy Eaton, Nietta Lynch and Meg Jacobs were the coaches.
“My first footy memories would be as a Claremont junior rocking up to my first training and seeing Sandy, Niets and Meg as my coaches and thinking how the heck am I supposed to play this sport,” Barwick laughed.
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.