National Premier Leagues Tasmania

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South Hobart closed the gap to top spot to just 3 points with a resounding 4-1 win over the Olympia Warriors. Two goals from Renato De Vecchi Marins inside the opening 3 minutes of the game set up the victory as South extended their winning streak over Olympia to 11 games. Match Report

PFD Women’s Super League

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Ulverstone put one hand on the PFD Women’s Super League trophy as they marched into Buckby Landrover Park and smashed Launceston City 4-0. Braces from Lucy Reimer and Jazmin Gorrie secured a comfortable win that sent them 12 points clear on top with 8 rounds remaining. It took their winning streak to 13 straight league wins and was never in doubt, as they raced to a 3-0 lead inside of 20 minutes. Match Report

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The Kingborough Lions ensured that their stay in the basement of the PFD Women’s Super League was a short one, as they defeated University 2-0 at Lightwood Park. A goal in each half was enough to see them home as Emille Tatton kept up her strong form by opening the scoring  before Christabelle Moore made sure of the win with her second half strike. Match Report

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Clarence United continued their uptick in form, this time taking a point from the Hobart Zebras at KGV. Lucy Johnson seemed to have the Zebras on track for victory when she struck shortly before half time but Canadian star Melissa Harrison cancelled that out midway through the second half to ensure a share of the spoils. Match Report

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