.....We are a rural Australian Rules Football club, based in the township of Port Cygnet in Southern Tasmania.
Our proud footballing history stretches back over 100 years. This is our website. Enjoy.
Major Sponsor ... Cygnet Hotel
In recent weeks two major milestones have been reached by present day Players.
Against Brighton David Bone played his 300th game for the Club.
Against Lindisfarne Julian Direen played his 300th Senior game for the Club.
Congratulations to you both on your respective achievements.
Three Southern Storm Players have just competed in U12 and U15 Schoolboys Championships in Sydney.
Lukas Ford U12, Lachie Clifford U15 & Cooper Sawdy U15.
Special congratulations go to Cooper for his selection as ALL AUSTRALIAN
The Cygnet Football Club held it's annual Past Player's & Supporters dinner on Saturday the 9th of August, with approximately 120 attendees enjoying another successful day. Congratulations to Robin Dance and John Synnott and the PP&S committee.
After MOST of the Club Legends had retired to their recliners the present day Players "let their hair down" at our annual Red Faces night! It was noted that some onfield footwork from decades gone by wasn't the same as on the dance floor on the night! The mind boggles had some of the "talent" our boys have! An "entertaining" night was enjoyed by all.
After our Claremont and Brighton games the Club enjoyed the hospitality of Brandon & Crew at the Moonah Hotel.
Whenever you are up that way call in, say g'day, quench that thirst and why not run the eye over the menu.
“Support the Port in 2104’’
Agreement between the Cygnet Football Club Inc (Australian Rules) and the Cygnet Town Football Club Inc (Association Football).... 2014 Season
2014 will see the staging of a number of Soccer games at the Cygnet Oval. These will mostly be held after the Bendigo Bank Cygnet Football Club's senior games. This co-operative venture between the two codes has been thrashed out over the off-season. For anyone interested in the history and detail of this venture ...
has recently taken off in a big way with a huge collection of Port memories posted by Loretta Marchant.
anyone interested in the club is encouraged to visit this site.
YOU CAN HELP FUND CYGNET FOOTBALL CLUB
All Cygnet Football Club supporters and players can help fund our club into the future.
If you are thinking of setting up a new internet deal or other telephony service.
1. Go to Telstra store Elizabeth Street Mall
2. Mention your connection to the Cygnet Football Club.
TELSTRA will reward the club $25 or $50 depending on your deal.
This is a great opportunity for the footy club particularly for those members that have access to the NBN via the fixed wireless option. For example 20 NBN connections generates the footy club with $1000.00.
Other telephony deals outside the NBN also generate income .
ROUND 8 PREVIEWS BY Gary Williamson Brighton v Huonville Brighton remain at home for the second week in a row and will be determined to grab another four points after last weeks fade out when they take on a struggling Read more...
ROUND 7 REVIEW BY Gary Williamson East Coast 19.22.136 defeated Hobart 11.14.80 The East Coast Bombers remain firmly entrenched in the top four with a percentage boosting win in a comprehensive 56 point victory over an improving Hobart on their home Rea...
ROUND 7 PREVIEWS BY Gary Williamson East Coast v Hobart The East Coast Bombers are back on their favoured home ground when they take on the improving Hobart Tigers and the Bombers will be looking to record a solid victory Read more...
ROUND 6 REVIEW BY Gary Williamson Dodges Ferry v Cygnet – Dodges Ferry 24.27.171 defeated Cygnet 6.7.43 Dodges Ferry continued on their great form from last week with another dominant display eventually defeating a disappointing Cygnet by 128 points...
ROUND 6 PREVIEW BY Gary Williamson Dodges Ferry v Cygnet The most improved side for the 2014 season, Dodges Ferry venture back to Shark Park and will be looking to continue their great start to the season when they host Cygnet Read more...
ROUND 5 REVIEWS BY Gary Williamson East Coast v Dodges Ferry – Dodges Ferry 12.10.82 defeated East Coast 10.15.75 Dodges Ferry moved up to fourth on the ladder in one of the upsets of the season. They defeated a previously Read more...
ROUND 4 PREVIEW BY Gary Williamson Claremont v Hobart (Night) Claremont remain at home for the second week in a row and look to continue their unbeaten start to the season when they take on the improving Hobart. The Tigers Read more...
ROUND 3 REVIEW BY Gary Williamson Claremont v Dodges Ferry – Claremont 16.13.109 defeated Dodges Ferry 4.1.25 Claremont continued its good start to the season with a third convincing win at home against an undermanned Dodges Ferry eventually running...
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...
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...