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New magpie helpers at the Glenorchy vs North Hobart game.

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The Glenorchy District Football Club (GDFC), playing in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) is calling for
expressions of interest for the position of Senior Men’s Football Coach for season 2022 and beyond.

Adam Oates junior

The Glenorchy District Football Club offers our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Adam Oates, a former Magpie junior who tragically passed away last week.

Simpson and Males

Huge congratulations to two of our young stars for some big achievements on the weekend.

Jack Males was a part of the SATIS School Championship winning side for Guilford Young College, while Braidy Simpson made his debut for the Tasmania Devils in their strong NAB League win over the Dandenong Stingrays at UTAS Stadium.

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It's Membership Month as we race towards 1000 members of our great club!

Membership isn't all about us, it's as much about you, and all our members get amazing Magpie Reward discounts at club partners like RSEA (10%), Rebel Sport (10%), Bennett's Petroleum (6c per litre) and more.

Click here to become a Heartland Member

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"Sign up your mum, your brother, your sister, your dad, your daughter, your niece, your nephew!"

That's the message from club legend Pete Barwick as he launched 'Membership Month' at the Glenorchy District Football Club.

The club currently has 760 members and we are racing to reach 1000! 

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The Glenorchy District Football Club was honoured to be a finalist at the Tasmanian Volunteering Awards at Blundstone Arena, as recognition for our Northern Heartland Community Project. 

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The RSEA Magpies women's team have unveiled the club's new alternate jumpers, as designed by local Aboriginal artist Takira Simon-Brown.

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*Pic courtesy of The Mercury 

After being in doubt in 2021, high-level women’s football is alive and well at the Glenorchy RSEA Magpies thanks to the generosity of a group of local businesses, with a trip to Melbourne highlighting an exciting Elite Women’s Program.

“While our women’s team strongly wanted to compete in the TSLW this year, with that competition put into hiatus for 2021, the club needed support to make sure our players were not lost to football or forced interstate without a local aspirational pathway for women,” club CEO Daryl Potter said.

Enter a group of five local businesses - including Temporary Fencing Hire (TFH) and Water Industry Solutions - who have pledged up to $40,000 to cover the cost of the Elite Women's Program, while our club’s naming rights partner RSEA Safety has recommitted as a major sponsor of our women's team in another huge boost.   

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