THE mighty Eagles senior team took on a new-look Brighton Robins outfit last Saturday and ran out 23-point victors on a beautiful sunny afternoon at the Pontville Oval. New Norfolk was first to hit the scoreboard as Nathan “Nugget” Eiszele wrapped up his Brighton opponent in a bear-like tackle, which
SUNDAY saw Tynwald Park host the New Norfolk Panthers’ best game this season, with an 8-1 win over visitors Metro FC. Coming from a disappointing loss last week in the cup game against Clarence, New Norfolk learned from its mistakes and gelled extremely well in all areas of the pitch
SENIORS: New Norfolk 12.18 (90) d Brighton 10.7 (67) RESERVES: New Norfolk 10.5 (65) d Brighton 8.9 (57) WOMEN: Brighton 16.18 (114) d New Norfolk 0.0.0 COLTS: Bye See the game live on DuffTV. SENIORS (Round 3) New Norfolk 2.4, 7.10, 9.13, 12.18 (90)Brighton 1.2, 3.4, 5.6, 10.7
THE Eagles have a short road trip today to take on the Brighton Robins at their home ground in Pontville. Three of New Norfolk’s sides will play today, while the Colts team has another bye. 10am: Women – New Norfolk v Brighton Noon: Reserves – New Norfolk v Brighton 2pm:
NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUB RESULTS Saturday 1/5/2020 Petrusma Property Monthly Medal Stroke: A Grade gross: L. Post 69, L. Wardlaw 75, L. Griffith 77; Nett: J. Rainbird 74-4-70, G. Smith 83-12-71 c/b, F. Carmichael 78-7-71. B Grade gross: A. Watts 86 c/b, D. Post 86, A. Smith 89; Nett: L.
THE New Norfolk Panthers were defeated by Clarence Zebras 5-4 in an intense and ultimately very close Southern League 5 Cup match at Tynwald Park today. The first half was marked by a strong start by the Panthers. A domination of the opposition’s backline led to a brilliant goal, but
AFTER months of uncertainty and under strict conditions and significant restrictions due to COVID-19, community football finally got under way at Boyer Oval on Saturday. New Norfolk had the unenviable task of taking on last year’s grand finalist Huonville in the first round of the shortened 2020 Southern Football League
SENIORS: New Norfolk 14.7 (91) d Huonville Lions 6.6 (42) RESERVES: New Norfolk 7.8 (50) dw Huonville Lions 7.8 (50) WOMEN: Huonville Lions 19.16 (130) d New Norfolk 0.0 (0) COLTS: Huonville Lions 6.3 (39) d New Norfolk 4.10 (34) SENIORS (Round 1) New Norfolk 2.3 6.3 12.5 14.7 (91)Huonville
NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUB RESULTS WEDNESDAY 22/7/20 STROKE – 18 hole: T. Morgan 88-20-68, M. Smith 85-16-69 c/b, C. Youd 74-5-69 c/b, J. Kinloch 80-11-69, L. McKenzie 82-11-71 c/b. Birdie draw: M. Williams. 9 hole: J. Kinloch 38-5½-32½, T. Hardwick 44-10½-33½, C. Simpson 42-8-34 c/b, D. Claxton 52-18-34, T. Banks
FOOTBALL returns to the Derwent Valley today with four big games between New Norfolk and Huonville at Boyer Oval. The colts and women’s teams have already played, and the reserves and seniors are set to take to the ground at 12.30 and 2.30 respectively. The delayed start to the season
PUBLIC health restrictions due to COVID-19 meant that Tasmania’s Southern Country Golf Association Pennant competition could not be completed this year. As the New Norfolk Golf Club’s Division 5 team finished on top of the ladder, it was named the Division 5 champion. Well done to the team of Fred
NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUBWednesday 10/6/2020 Stroke18 hole: L. McKenzie 76-10-66, L. Dittmann 79-12-67, T. Banks 87-19-68, D. Post 82-13-69, J. Rainbird 73-3-70; Birdie draw: A. Watts.9 hole: D. Post 40- 6½-33½, T. Banks 44 -9½ -34½, J. Rainbird 37-1½-35½, L. Dittmann 42-6-36 c/b, G. Triffitt 42-6-36; Birdie draw: J. Miller.L.
NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUB Competition golf has returned to New Norfolk, with the first event following the relaxation of physical distancing restrictions relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. Saturday 23/5/2020 StablefordA Grade: L. Griffith 39, J. Britten 38, S. Ackerly 36.B Grade: D. Armstrong 39 c/b, A. Watts 39, D. Lowry.C
John Windsor. FIFTY-YEAR-OLD raffle tickets featuring photos of leading New Norfolk footballers of the day have sold for more than $100 each in online auctions. A ticket stub bearing a photo of John “Beatles” Windsor sold for $105.50 on eBay last night, after attracting 24 bids from four bidders. Described
WITH the 2019/20 cricket season now completed, let’s take a look at how our local clubs fared in what was a great season of cricket action. Some teams played finals and some missed out, while others went on to win the premiership. The men’s statistics quoted below are combined from