MD3 Saturday NPL/WSL Summer Cup review.
Category: National Premier Leagues
NPL VIC Week 1 review
NPL VIC R1
KGV funding approved. Set to have an upgrade, finally.
KGV on Statewide Cup day 2014 Well it's about bloody time. After much public demand from the football community and raised issues by supporters and club officials alike, King George V Oval (KGV) is finally going to get an upgrade with the funding now being approved but let's hope it's sooner rather than later. Glenorchy … Continue reading KGV funding approved. Set to have an upgrade, finally.
A City divided! Roger Hardwicke Resigns
Launceston City coach Roger Hardwicke has resigned his post just three weeks before the NPL TAS season starts leaving City without a man at the helm. Hardwicke's departure completes a disappointing 12 months with City only managing a Lakoseljac Cup semi-final run and wooden spooners in the NPL. Former retired coach Lino Sciulli will return … Continue reading A City divided! Roger Hardwicke Resigns
The Saturday wrap : summer cup r2
MD2 SATURDAY NPL/WSL SUMMER CUP REVIEW
The SAturday wrap: SUMMER CUP md1
NPL/WSL Summer Cup review.
Milan Lakoseljac Cup qualifiers preview
Football Tas today announced the Milan Lakoseljac Cup qualifiers to be played on the weekend of March 8th.
NPL TAS Summer Cup fixtures preview
Traditionally the Summer Cup has been played by Southern NPL teams but Launceston City and Riverside will enter the fray this time round. City's inclusion is their first since 2017 while Riverside will have their first crack. NPL TAS Champions Devonport Strikers will not be in the comp. Perhaps their mind games ahead of the season.
NPL NSW Semi-finals Preview
NPL NSW Semi-finals Preview Photo Credit Football NSW and Keith McInnes
Where the top tiers are after a break
Devonport continue to set the bar. We are nearly 3/4 of the way through the shortened season and it has been memorable to be fair. The NPL title race had some real contention for once and the WSL's top two teams continue to lead the way for Women's football in Tasmania. I must apologise for … Continue reading Where the top tiers are after a break