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2020 Round 1 – Seniors v Lindisfarne at the TCA Ground

Photos courtesy of Paul ‘Hutch’ Hudson. With thanks.

2020 Round 1 – Seniors v Lindisfarne at the TCA Ground2020-08-03T09:36:41+10:30

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The Week Gone (Footy is back!)

The weekend saw our first full home game for Season 2020.

It was great to see you all back, including some friendly faces we haven’t seen for some time.
The Reserves kicked the day off and were slow starters, by halftime they were in trouble at 37 points down before a competitive second half. Will Dean and Trent Sprigss were the two first mentions on their debuts for the HFC.
Reserves:
Hobart       0.1  1.1   3.1       5.1  (31)
Lindisfarne 2.2  6.8  8.11  11.18 (84)
Goal Kickers: C. Thongnoppakun 2, J. Webster 2, M. Van Engen
Best Players: W. Dean, T. Spriggs, J. Young, R. Barrow, H. Triffett, J. Caulfield
The Womens side had the opportunity to play as the curtain raiser for the Seniors and were filmed by Duff TV. Still plenty of new faces who were playing their 2nd game for the club. The endeavour was there and they never gave up, but Lindisfarne were too polished on the day
Womens:
Hobart       0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  (0)
Lindisfarne 4.7  8.10  15.12  20.15 (135)
Best Players: C. Cooper, L. Crossan, B. McDonald, S. Burridge, D. Woolley, I. Stoye
Riding a 15 game losing streak dating back to August 2018, the Seniors had the imposing task of taking on the reigning back-to-back Premiers. We knew it’d be a tough contest
The Tigers didn’t take their changes in the first quarter firing through just the three behinds, to Lindisfarne’s three straight goals. The Tigers lost our Vice-Captain (and acting Captain) Dylan Huxley with a hamstring issue in the first quarter. But the second term was a different story led by Senior Assistant Brad Joseph kicking a couple.
We were up at halftime and the crowd were alive, the Tigers storming home with 9 Senior Debutants playing for the club to roll the reigning premiers. Big mentions to Joseph kicking four, Lachie Plummer with three, Hutchinson and Evans down back and too many other individual efforts to mention. The Tigers had beaten Lindisfarne for the first time since returning to the SFL (and in fact since 2001) and fired a warning shot to the rest of the competition.
 
Seniors
Hobart       0.3  5.5  11.7  13.9  (87)
Lindisfarne 3.0  4.4  9.4  11.7. (73)
Goal Kickers: B. Joseph 4, L. Plummer 3, A. Gilmour 2, B. Lockley, T. Clark, M. Cripps, Z. Awde
Best Players: A. Evans, C. Hutchison, B. Joseph, B. Goninon, L. Plummer, Z. Awde  

Thankyou

To the players, coaches and volunteers who have got us off the ground for Season 2020. We are all enjoying the return of REAL FOOTY. Best of luck to our sides this week as we taken on Claremont in the three grades at Abbotsfield Park!

Entertainment Memberships

Entertainment Books have gone 100% digital. Support your club and local business and grab yourself one! 🐯🏈 the app is easy to use.
https://www.entertainment.com.au/orderbooks/241980e

Tiger Lotto

Last week’s winning number was 92.

If you haven’t signed up for Tiger Lotto there are still numbers left signup here– for $10 a week you can be in our weekly $400 cash draw (1 in 100 chance of winning). Win some ca$h and support your footy club.

HOBART TIGERS  –   TOYOTA GOOD FOR FOOTY RAFFLE

The national ‘Toyota Good for Footy’ raffle has sold out online, but we are still selling some in-person tickets.

100% of the proceeds go to Hobart TIGERS. You’ll also go in the draw to win 1 of 10 amazing prizes, including a brand new car! Now that’s good for everyone. Oh what a feeling!

Contact Joshua Munting on 0458 015 332 or admin@hobartfc.com.au,

Otherwise you can buy a ticket or two next time you are at the footy club! Go Tigers.

Return of the Juniors

With the sun shining and weather more akin to games in September, the Junior Tiger teams have finally been able to get the start-stop-start season underway in July which has been a great relief to coaches, players and parents. This season the Hobart Junior Football Club (HJFC) have been able to field teams in the U8, U9, U10, U11, and U11G competitions, as well as having a decent bunch of Auskickers to boot.

Most teams have been extremely fortunate to have played both of their fixtures so far at the TCA, and it must be said that the ground is looking good right now and a delight to be playing on.

Jarrod Kleeman is once again running around with the U8 team, a large squad made up of players from last season who were oh-so-keen to start playing, as well as a big group of new players eager to learn. Whilst scores are not kept at this level (I’m sure they could tell you the score if asked!), it is safe to say that they are having lots of fun, learning a lot as a team, and showing signs of improvement week on week.

For the U9 team this year we are greatly appreciative of Timmy Clark and Brad Joseph from the senior team giving us some of their time to help shape this group of players. The juniors are extremely fortunate to be able to be getting instructions from those who are performing at the highest level possible within the club. Whilst results on the field may not be quite what the team and coaches were hoping for, the kids are still enthusiastic, and are improving all the time. With a bit of further recruitment of some additional players, and as the teamwork continues to develop, we expect to see this team banging in goals adding to the smiling faces.

Justin Wilson has taken over the role of coaching the U10s, with some insight and assistance from Phil Geason during training runs. They have exploded onto the park with a lot of energy, goals and fantastic results to show for the start of the season. The many years of playing together as a group is really starting to click and they are being rewarded for all their hard work as a team against solid opposition.

The U11 team is lead once again by Troy Pfitzner who has taken this group of players from the start of their playing days through to now, their 4th season together. Whilst they have not been getting the game results deserving of the effort applied on the park, the squad is showing steady improvements in not only their technique, but also tactics which becomes very important as the teams mature with age.

For the girls teams this year it has been a bit of a regeneration activity for Russell Cripps to mold into a new look squad. The younger players from last year have come back and formed the core to build the new team around. With a boost of ever-increasing new players to add to the talent pool, this season has started with some very impressive displays of individual and team skills which have produced a first round win and then backed up with a fantastic 4th quarter close comeback in the second round.

All in all, whilst this season might be shorter than first anticipated, it is sure to be impressive and one that Jarrod, Timmy, Brad, Justin, Troy, and Russell will be proud to be coaching. Finally, the tireless work of Janet must be recognized as she continues to provide information to parents, assist coaches and managers with getting support where needed, sorting out all the club administration, and ensuring that each player is looking the part on game day, as part of her voluntary role to ensure the kids get to have fun on a Sunday.

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Condolences

The Hobart Football Club is saddened by the loss of past player Brendan Free. ‘Nudie’ played 107 games for the HFC and was a member of the 1999 premiership side. Brendan is part of the famous Free family who are like royalty at the HFC. Brendan’s father, the late Kevin Free, and his 3 brothers all played for the club along with numerous uncles and cousins. Brendan’s cousin and current player Josh Young is carrying on the family tradition in 2020.

Nudie always loved a beer and one Saturday night after a game decided to have a snooze in the clubrooms after 1 or 2, only for everyone else to leave and lock the doors on him. A Sunday session had been planned for the next day and it was to everyone’s surprised when the doors were unlocked at lunchtime to find Nudie already sitting at the bar waiting for the boys to arrive to get back into it.

He was a fantastic clubman and an extremely popular and selfless teammate and will be sorely missed by all that knew him.

Condolences to Brendan’s Mum, Sybil, brothers, Martin (Chilli), Simon (Horse) and Nick, Sister Katie and children Lachie and Ella.

R.I.P Nudie.

Season Launch this Saturday Night!

We’ve published our full Seniors, Womens and Reserves 2020 Fixtures here!

Womens Kick off this Friday Night at the TCA – 6.30pm 🐯🏈
Season Launch Event this Saturday Night
🐯🐯🐯Jumper Presentation Night🐯🐯🐯
18th of July
6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
TCA – Den
$10 Entry (includes food)

– 2020 jumper presentations
– 2019 life member presentations

Entertainment Memberships

Entertainment Books have gone 100% digital. Support your club and local business and grab yourself one! 🐯🏈 the app is easy to use.
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Tiger Lotto

Congratulations to last week’s winner, Graeme Peck!

If you haven’t signed up for Tiger Lotto there are still numbers left signup here– for $10 a week you can be in our weekly $400 cash draw (1 in 100 chance of winning). Win some ca$h and support your footy club.

Toyota Good for Footy Raffle

We know that Toyota is a great sponsor of footy, in addition to Co-Op Toyota being a valued sponsor of the club we’re taking part in the Toyota Good for Footy Raffle! Tickets are $5ea, with three cars to be given away and heaps of other prizes. Support your footy club and grab a few 🏈🐯🚗

Tickets are on sale here.

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From the President’s Desk

We’re back!!!!!

Yesterday (Tuesday 30/06) you may have noticed that the SFL has released its men’s roster for the 2020 season. Obviously, a lot shorter than normal but a season, nevertheless. This roster sees our first game against the reigning premiers in Lindisfarne at the TCA on the 25th July. Check out the full HFC Men’s Roster here (times TBC). The SFLW roster will be out early next week and our women’s side should kick off the week before on the 18th of July. Unfortunately, due to lack of numbers the club won’t be fielding an Under 19 side. This is disappointing but we are already  working tirelessly to field one next year.

The 2020 season will be four Home games, four Away games and a bye. I can tell you I am really looking forward to seeing the guys and girls run out and play footy FINALLY.

I have said in a few of my updates that this is an interesting situation we face, and it will only get more interesting as we get closer to the day. The club will follow the guidelines set out by the SFL, AFL Tasmania and the State government with restrictions and social distancing rules and when we get to the TCA ground your co-operation with adhering to whatever these guidelines are will be appreciated.

So, what’s been happening? Well the players have been back training for the last few weeks and have slowly been increasing in tempo after starting in groups of 10 and then 20 and now with contact allowed, they are really into a mini pre-season. I want to thank the players and coaching staff for their enthusiasm since being back together as a group and I am happy that after a long time of doubt about getting a season in no one has drifted away and decided not to play (to my knowledge anyway). It is definitely a hard time to get yourself motivated coming into the cold months and we are only just starting.

I really believe that when the guys run out onto the TCA Ground in July to play Lindisfarne you are going to see a completely different side, in fact I know you are, there are new names, new numbers and pretty much a whole new feel about the playing side. You as a supporter, member will be proud of the work the players and coaches have put in and I know it will pay off even in this shortened season.

Behind the scenes the work has never stopped. The board have been extremely busy in keeping things going and even though we haven’t been playing we have still had to run the club. This year, unlike previous years we have an independent person who has been sourcing and writing applications for grants for us and this has proved successful in the last few months as we have been gaining grants that we would have missed before. This has helped us no end in keeping on top of the financial side of things. I want to thank the board for their diligence and hard work during this time. We have become pretty expert at Zoom meetings, and I was pleasantly surprised at how efficient the meetings were. I am confident that we have the board to keep us going into the future to set the club up and keep it on the road to success in the near future. So, a massive thanks to the board for all your work during and after the COVID-19 “down time”.

As we move into a shortened season we are unable to offer the variety of functions that we normally would in a typical season but over the next few weeks will have a calendar of events for the season and we would love to see you all there at them all or just one, whatever you can do to help the club out. You will notice Tiger Lotto is well and truly underway (I haven’t won yet) and this will be a great thing on a Thursday night during the season to get everyone up to the TCA after training for the draw. Please get involved where and when you can.

Speaking of getting involved, if you have ever thought you might like to help out and volunteer in some capacity then please get in touch with anyone of the board members and we can certainly help you out.

Cheers

Callam

Tiger Lotto

A big thank you to everyone who has supported the club and make Tiger Lotto possible. Thanks to everyone who’s signed up so far.

If you haven’t yet there are still numbers left – for $10 a week you can be in our weekly $400 cash draw (1 in 100 chance of winning).

Signup at www.hobartfc.com.au/tigerlotto Congrats also to our most recent winner Grant Butters.

Membership

As the season 2020 begins to look more likely to occur we’d encourage those who haven’t already to support the club and get your membership.

Head to https://www.hobartfc.com.au/membership/ or give Josh a call on 0458 015 332

Toyota Good for Footy Raffle

We know that Toyota is a great sponsor of footy, in addition to Co-Op Toyota being a valued sponsor of the club we’re taking part in the Toyota Good for Footy Raffle! Tickets are $5ea, with three cars to be given away and heaps of other prizes. Support your footy club and grab a few 🏈🐯🚗

Tickets are on sale here.

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Tiger Lotto

A big thank you to everyone who has supported the club and make Tiger Lotto possible. Thanks to everyone who’s signed up so far.

If you haven’t yet there are still numbers left – for $10 a week you can be in our weekly $400 cash draw (1 in 100 chance of winning).

Signup at www.hobartfc.com.au/tigerlotto

Congratulations to our first 3 winners:

  • Justin Harvey
  • James Pulford
  • Gerrard Lynd

A Sad Note

We at the Hobart Football Club are saddened by the passing of William (Bill) Halley.

Bill was a Member of our one and only Reserves Premiership in 1955 coached by Don McVilly  that thrashed Sandy Bay 110 to 32.

He was later a Member of our 1960 Premiership Senior Side coached by Mal Pascoe that defeated North Hobart by 4 points.

Bill had the nickname of Bullfrog and was a very likeable chap and a great team man.   RIP  Bill

Membership

As the season 2020 begins to look more likely to occur we’d encourage those who haven’t already to suppor the club and get your membership.

Head to https://www.hobartfc.com.au/membership/ or give Josh a call on 0458 015 332

Tiger Triumph Podcast

🚨ATTENTION ALL FOOTY FANS… 🚨

New podcast series dropping soon taking a look back at the rise of the Hobart Football Club’s Under 18 side from winless cellar dwellers in 2016 to undefeated premiers in 2017 in the Southern Football League (SFL).

Hosted by Ryan Rosendale and premiership coach Will Perry, each episode the guys will sit down and detail just how this miraculous feet was pulled off. It’s a pretty extraordinary football story, one definitely worth hearing about!

Join the guys for a bunch of laughs and along the way they’ll be joined by guests that played a role throughout the two year period where the side turned everything around to reach that one day in September.

Episode 1 will be kicked through the big sticks mid-week and will be available on all your podcast-loving platforms! 🏉 🎙

Give their Facebook page a like to keep up with the podcast – more to come!

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COVID-19 Support and Information

As we navigate these uncertain times, it’s important that everyone feels informed and connected.

This page has been created for our footballing community to provide you with a number of resources and information related to supporting yourself and others while we are remotely based and adapting to new ways of working and living.

This page will be updated with information on football, work, life and include links to other support services. So please feel free to keep checking back.

If you have suggestions of additional content you feel would be beneficial, please get in touch with Josh (admin@hobartfc.com.au).

This page will be updated with information on football, work, life and include links to other support services. So please feel free to keep checking back!

    • Website – Tasmanian Government – Corona Virusthis has information on state government grants for individuals and small business, what to do if you have symptoms, information about self-isolation, testing, etc
    • EAP Assist Article – March 30, 2020 – “Anxiety Tips” – HFC comment: this article is targeted at those who are now working at home“Many organisations have been swift to respond to the COVID-19 crisis to set their employees up working from home. The purpose behind this move is to ensure employees observe safe self-distancing from others to slow the spread of the virus. Although the move to working safely from home is supported by many, it does come with it a number of challenges.This article discusses the issues of working at home including home office set-up, loneliness and isolation, maintaining connectedness with others, keeping productivity up, managing employees at a distance and separating work from general home life. “
    • Mental Health Support Options – Some suggestions for support services
    • Extract from StayChatTY website – Avoid news and social media if you find it distressing

      Being exposed to large volumes of negative information can heighten feelings of anxiety. While it’s important to stay informed, you may find it useful to limit your media intake if it is upsetting you or your family.

      Read headspaces tips on how to reduce your time online

    • StayChatTY website – COVID-19 and your Mental Health – Checklists on your own mental health, useful resources

COVID-19 Support and Information2020-07-01T09:39:18+10:30

Tiger Talk – Stay at Home Edition

From the President’s Desk

Hi everyone,

I don’t usually like to keep bombarding you with my rubbish but I feel at this time it’s important to stay in touch and keep contact with those around us.

The Hobart Football Club is a family club so I am playing the annoying family member hassling you for now.

Things have definitely changed since the last time I sent a message out. Obviously football hasn’t started up and in fact there’s nothing going on at all. It still seems a bit otherworldly that we won’t be playing in a fortnight. Now the AFL being postponed….

This message is more about looking out for each other than it is about updating you on any football matters; my update is that there is no update. It’s pretty tough out there for a lot of people connected to the club but I want you all to know that we are here for you. If we can help in any small way then let us know (obviously as long as we can stand 1.5 metres away from each other, there’s less than 10 of us, you supply hand sanitiser and you don’t have a cough).

When (I’m staying positive) we get up and running for the 2020 season the club will need all the support you can give. I wish to thank our sponsors who are on board and I hope they aren’t doing it too tough. Once again we will need to support them once this craziness has subsided.  Members and supporters – please keep safe and healthy because we will need you in the stands once we kick off. If you haven’t bought your membership then why not do it now. Might keep you busy for a while if you are self-isolating.

Speaking of self-isolating, if you are looking for something to do you may like to read up on the AFL’s news on COVID-19. We have a link on our website that will take you to all the FAQs around this.  This will be updated by the AFL and keep you all informed.

Anyway that’s enough from this annoying member. But please reach out if you need to talk, send us message or something but take care.

Look after yourselves and stay healthy.

Cheers

Callam

AFL Community Football – COVID-19 FAQ

We need you now more than ever!

Grab a membership – support your football club!!!

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From The President – COVID-19

Note from the President – Club Statement

Hi everyone,

Well we are certainly living in strange times at the moment.

I wanted to give a quick update on where we sit with the COVID-19 virus and how it is affecting our club. I won’t be saying too much here because of the lack of information at this time but I will definitely fill you in as I get more. You can be sure that the HFC taking this very serious and will take every measure to ensure our players, officials and supporters health will not be compromised by this.

The AFL has recommended that training cease from this week, until further notice. The start of the season has unfortunately been postponed with no community football to be played before May 31. This is disappointing and frustrating (believe me I know, I now have time to do my lawns when I would much prefer to be at the footy) but everyone’s health is a priority at this time.  Obviously a few of our early functions are in limbo but the board will be looking at these and we will see if we can move them to later in the season. In the short term we will postpone the upcoming Season Launch function (which will be re-scheduled to a future date). If some of these functions don’t go ahead we will need your support when it comes down to other functions later in the year.

Anyway as I said I just wanted to let you all know how we are travelling at this time and that I am in touch with the SFL daily (sometimes more and I am sure they are sick of me) about what we are doing and how it will affect us.

I will certainly pass on any more information as I get it.

Look after yourselves and stay healthy.

Cheers

Callam Upchurch

President, Hobart Football Club Inc.

From The President – COVID-192020-03-22T18:22:54+10:30

Tiger Talk – Brief Update

More to come – a brief update from the Footy Club…

COV-ID 19 Update

In this unprecedented time we just wanted to provide you with a quick update from the Club regarding Corona Virus. Please remain vigilante, in ensuring correct hygiene practices. At this stage we are proceeding for Season 2020 as normal, but please if you feel unwell we would encourage you to self-isolate to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please look after your friends, family and colleagues and do what you can to minimise the spread. Whilst the Government does not advise the need to use them, it is possible some people may be frightened by this situation so we may start to see the widened use of face masks. Please ensure that you whatever your response you maintain good hygiene. Please see the below Government issued fact sheet on how to protect yourself from COVID-19. We will provide more news as it comes.

2020 Season Launch Event

Welcome Butler, McIntyre and Butler Lawyers

🐯NEW PARTNER ANNOUNCEMENT 2020🐯
The Hobart Football Club is pleased to welcome Butler McIntyre & Butler (BMB) Lawyers, to the family as a VIP Partner for Season 2020. BMB have been servicing the Hobart community since 1824, and offer expertise in property & commercial transactions, litigation, family law, industrial relations, criminal law, conveyancing and plenty more. We encourage you to support them as part of our ‘Tiger family’ if you need any Legal Services.

 

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Tye Bennett Cup This Thursday

This Thursday night come and support the Men’s Seniors & Reserves teams in our first hitout for 2020!

6.00pm vs Dosa at Campania Oval!

Come along and support the boys and hopefully we can bring the Tye Bennett Cup back to the Tigers Den!

From the President

Hi everyone, hope things are going well for you. I can’t believe it’s late February already, only feels like yesterday that I was wishing everyone a happy Christmas and safe New Year. I had a great, relaxing time away and I must admit it took me a while to get back into the swing of work and footy when I got back but here we are.

Here we are indeed. Round 1 is only 5 weeks away and we are gearing up nicely for an eventful season.

It has been a big post-Christmas for the players in terms of training. Alex and the coaches have been building things up, starting with an intra-club match which was very competitive and gave the guys a good hit-out, then there was  the triathlon down at beautiful Cremorne. This was certainly a test of endurance with 11 teams battling it out for supremacy. It was fantastic to see all the players getting involved and hanging around for a BBQ and a few drinks afterwards. In the coming weeks leading up to round 1 there are two more practice matches one against DOSA and the other in Launceston against St. Pats. I am looking forward to see how far the guys have come since pre-season started all those months ago. There is a great feeling around the coaching and playing groups and I can’t wait to get going.

The women’s side have been building nicely also. It seems that every time I turn up at training there is a new player or two wanting to have a game and this is great for our club and especially the team. Renee has been putting them through their paces and it’s great to see the skills and fitness improving. The girls will also be having a practice match against The Port down at Kermandie on the 21st of March. So it would be a nice day out, go for a drive have lunch somewhere and then watch some footy (I probably have the times messed up and you may have to have lunch after the footy, but you know what I mean) If you know anyone out there who would like to have a kick and wants to play then please get in touch via the club’s social media and we can help them out. Also if there is someone out there who would like to help the board out with running the Women’s program from a board perspective then please let me know. We are certainly looking to grow our girls/women’s side of the club. Let’s get along and support the girls during the year.

The board have also been working hard in getting things ready for the season ahead. Obviously it’s not as easy to bring to life as the players are, we don’t have practice matches nor do we have a team in triathlon but we are always there in some capacity. It’s those little things (or not so little) in the background that keep us busy. We are well into the player transfer season so Scott is leading that. Celine and Josh are busy with getting the finances and other correspondence up to order. Tom has been working hard getting a handle on the sponsorship and marketing portfolio, Tim, other than training is also helping with a bit of sponsorship and player welfare, this year Michael Gozzi has come on board as the rep for the Master Rules team but is also taking a big interest in the whole club which is great to see, Russell is also working hard in getting our juniors up and running among other things.

A few things we have implemented so far include new membership packages and player sponsor deals. This year we wanted to make membership a priority so we held a players membership drive last Tuesday Night (18 Feb) where we got both men’s and women’s sides in the Den and asked them to ring three people to sign up as members. After a few false starts, it was on for young and old. We had a target of 100 members for the night and by the time we left we had reached that with 101 members! This is not the end of it. If we didn’t get to you last week you definitely haven’t missed out. Once again hit up the website or social media and you can answer the call. Look out for an exciting venture to hit the Tiger world in March. It’s going to be huge.

Last year wasn’t great for the club as far as off field events went, with a few cancellations and not a lot of attendance from the playing group we needed to work out a way around this. So in early Feb most of the board and a few other interested people spent a few hours on a Sunday working through a calendar of events. We have learnt from last year that we needed to give as much notice as possible and I think we have covered that this year. Check out the calendar on the web site. The President’s lunch is making a return with a massive special guest lined up so get that date in your calendar and then for our last home game of the year the ladies are taking over, we will have more news on that the closer we get. If you want to be involved in helping to organising any of the events we have put up or have an idea for an event then please see any of the board and we can help you out.

You may have noticed that I have said a few times that if you want to help then please let us know. Well this time I am really calling out for some help. We are looking for volunteers to run/help in the canteen. It’s obviously one of our most important money makers and we really want someone to take on the management of this (with the help of other volunteers). If you are keen or know someone who might be keen to take it on. Please let me know and get them to get in touch with me. This is a big call out so please have a think…

Well if you aren’t up to date now you never will be.Remember get your membership and have a think about how you may be able to help out in some other way.

Cheers

Callam

Go Tiges!

Tiger Triathlon

Hobart F.C Triathlon done and dusted. Boys were fantastic. Gruelling little session but everyone approached it with a strong mindset. Teams of 3 were randomly picked out of a hat a few weeks ago and each player was required to complete 1 of the 3 legs:

Bike – 19.5km
Run – 8.5km
Swim & Run – 1km of each

Congratulations to team “The Bears” who were the winners on the day

Runners Up – Milk Hunters

Best dressed – TRY Athletes

Fantastic day completed for the club and thanks to the board led by Callum and Scott for organising food, drinks and prizes and also to my coaching staff for there organisation and preparation leading into it all. Mia Gilmour did superb on the camera

Photos here

Fixture

The 2020 SFL Fixtures have been released, with the Seniors, Reserves and Colts. The SFLW fixture is still being finalised. The picture shows Hobart’s fixtures for Season 2020🐯🏈— Full Roster (http://bit.ly/SFL2020mens)

Player Membership Drive

Our playing group and coaches last week  helped us to run a membership drive! We hit our ambitious target signing up 100 members on the night 🐯🏈
If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s time for you to #AnswerTheCall

Jump online to arrange at www.hobartfc.com.au/membership or call 0458015332

Thanks to those who helped on the night and to those who bought their membership.

Player Sponsorship Packages are available

Introducing our player sponsorship packages for 2020 – support the player you love.

More details below (click for full flyer)!

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