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April 22nd
ROUND 3 Previews BY Gary Williamson Claremont v Dodges Ferry Claremont are back at home and looking to make it three wins in a row when they take on the improving Dodges Ferry The Magpies recorded an easy win last Read more...
April 22nd
ROUND 2 Review BY Gary Williamson Brighton v Claremont (Good Friday) – Claremont 15.17.107 defeated 60 Brighton 10.5.65. Claremont recorded their second win in a row but was made to work hard by an improving Brighton to eventually run out Read mor...
April 16th
ROUND 2 Preview BY Gary Williamson Brighton v Claremont (Good Friday) Brighton stay at home for the second week in a row and will be looking to open their account for the season, however they face the inform Claremont on Read more...
April 16th
ROUND 1 Review BY Gary Williamson Claremont v New Norfolk  – Claremont 15.12. (102) defeated New Norfolk 9.8.62. Claremont showed on Saturday night that they have improved immensely from last season with a comprehensive display thrashing last year’s premi...
April 16th
ROUND 1 Previews BY Gary Williamson Claremont v New Norfolk  – Saturday Night game Last year’s grand finalists start the opening round of 2014 in a night game as Claremont get a chance to seek revenge when they host New Read more...
October 10th
Triabunna Football Club / East Coast Roos          October 2013 news release Club re-appoints it’s most successful SFL coach for season 2014, but considers a change of colours! Last night, the full committee of the Triabunna Football Read more...
September 26th
HOBART’S switch to the SFL is now in full flight with the Tigers’ application accepted and the appointment of a new coach. Read more in todays Mercury….
September 26th
SFL throws a lifeline to the Hobart Football Club Last night the Southern Football League (SFL) voted in favour of accepting the Hobart Football Club into the SFL competition commencing in season 2014. “The result was quite resounding and their Re...
September 17th
SFL Grand Final 2013 Review The Premiership Cup is back in the Derwent Valley as the New Norfolk Eagles are the kings of the Southern Football League again and their reign doesn’t look like ending any time soon.   New Read more...
September 16th
THE New Norfolk Football Club remains the heart of the township after the mighty Eagles’ fourth SFL premiership in five years. Read more in todays Mercury