The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Thursday 3 December at the Den (HFC Clubrooms), TCA Ground from 6.30pm. Members are invited to attend.
The board is currently seeking any member recommendations for Life Membership Nominations by 5pm Wednesday 18 November 2020 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0458 015 332
2020 HFC Season Awards
Congratulations to all our 2020 Season Award Winners!
In particular our senior result was a special one with the Adams brothers becoming the first HFC family to jointly win the B&F award.
Thanks as well to Scott Quinn, Callam Upchurch for organising the night as well as other volunteers who assisted. Shout out to The Golden Roast Hobart for their great job of the catering.
Seniors B&F Winner – Bailey Medal- Jack and Luke Adams
Runner Up – Kobey Phillips
Women’s B&F Winner – Danielle Woolley
Runner Up – Charlotte Cooper
Reserves B&F Winner – Macalburn Medal – Caley Gough
Reserves B&F Runner Up – James Caulfield
Russell Young Club Person of the Year Award – Diana Kwong
MVP – Brad Joseph
Most Consistent – Gerrard Lynd
Best 1st Year Player – Brock Daniels
Most Improved – Bryden Goninon
Coaches Award – Ethan Monks
Leading Goalkicker – Alex Gilmour
Best 1st Year Player – Brooke Johns
Most courageous – Charlotte Cooper
Most Improved – Kirra Lucas
Coaches Award – Lisa Crossan
Leading Goalkicker – Bree McDonald
MVP – Justin Harvey
Most Consistent- Campbell Dickens
Best 1st Year Player – Tyler Raspin
Most Improved – Jack Daly
Coaches Award – Trent Spriggs
Happy Birthday Pat! 90 Years Young
While a lot of our current players & their families will only know Pat as Marky’s Mum, in fact Pat has been part of our Hobart Football Club all her life.
Being part of the Bailey dynasty Pat along with her 3 sisters, Betty, Fran & Kaye, spent their young years watching their four brothers, Harold, Bruce, Viv and Kevin play for our club.
Pat had some time away from the TCA when she married Ted and four offspring, Debbie, Susan, Stephen and Mark came along. She always supported our club from afar.
It was when her sister Kaye’s son Peter Upchurch started to play that the family once again became involved. Many of the sons of her brothers also played Included is Graeme (Cazza) Bailey who for a long time was our game day runner.
Over the years Pat could be seen selling raffle tickets at the games, working in the canteen or kitchen and traveling the state to support her beloved Hobart Tigers. To this day Pat is known to protect the reputation of our club, she recently took the time to phone the editor of The Mercury with a strong message regarding what she saw as a misrepresented report.
We are blessed to be able to celebrate this very special Birthday with Pa, Ted and Mark and wish her many more!