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*Pic thanks to Solstice Photography
It will go down as yet another unforgettable finals battle between Glenorchy and Clarence, and when the dust settled at Abbotsfield Park, the Magpies were into their third TSLW grand final in four years.
After the Roos booted the opening two goals of the game in quick succession, the Glenorchy girls owned much of the contest, but it took some Tiarna Ford magic to eke their way into the decider.
*Photo and article courtesy of tasmanianstateleague.com.au
Glenorchy superstar Sarah Skinner is the 2020 Cripps TSL Women’s (TSLW) Best & Fairest, blitzing the competition with an average of more than two votes a game.
The talented goalkicking forward had a dominant individual season, polling 19 votes in 8 games to win the medal in a landslide result.
Clarence Vice-Captain Nicole Bresnehan finished second on 13 votes, followed by Launceston gun Daria Bannister on 10 votes.
*Photo courtesy of The Mercury
President John McCann has penned a passionate message thanking Jaye Bowden for his incredible contribution to the club, and highlighting plans for the future to make sure his legacy is ongoing:
“The Bowden name has long been associated with the Glenorchy District Football Club and although Jaye took on the mantel of that greatly respected name and champion tradition from grandfather Roy, father Michael Bowden (and maternal grandfather Norm Handley) at KGV, he did it in his own way.
*Pic by Solstice Digital + Photography
After 243 games and 547 goals as a Magpie, one of Glenorchy’s greatest, Jaye Bowden, is calling time on his illustrious state league career.
Bowden arrived at KGV from Brighton juniors as a 15 year-old, and debuted in the senior team as a defender in 2006 aged 17.
Of course, he would go on to make his name as a damaging midfielder and prolific goal-kicker, becoming just the second Glenorchy player – after Peter Hudson – to kick 500 career goals in Round 3 last season, when he booted six goals in a 62-point win over Clarence at Bellerive.
While footy has now taken the spotlight, the Northern Heartland Community Project continues behind the scenes.
In term 3, we have formed a partnership with New Town High School, where students accompany our club coach Paul Kennedy to the Foodbank to gain valuable life experience.
Nathanael Jeanneret has put together this fantastic modern story of the Glenorchy District Football Club story, telling the tale of why securing our future is so important. Have a read, enjoy the pics from across the generations and if the story resonates, please consider becoming a member.