Clarence 10.15 (75) d. Spreyton 6.2 (38)
Carly Johnston was Best on Ground with a stellar performance in the Clarence backline.
In what could only be described as atrocious conditions both clubs started well and an even contest seemed to be developing with only 1 point separating the teams at quarter time.
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Conditions were perfect for football with little or no breeze and both sides ready to do battle for the opportunity to move into the Grand Final and earn the week’s rest.
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The Tasmanian Women’s AFL Grand Final was held yesterday afternoon at North Hobart Oval between last year's runner up, Clarence and first time Grand Final contesters, Spreyton.
For the first time in the history of Tasmanian football a women’s team has worn the “Map”. The football pioneers of the TASWAFL performed on the biggest stage in women’s football at the 12th AFL Women’s National Championships held in Adelaide last week.
Tasmania will make its debut at the 2011 AFL Women’s National Football Championship next week, with a 26-strong squad making the journey to Adelaide to tackle the North Territory, ACT and New South Wales.
Tasmanian Women’s Australian Football League (TASWAFL) 2011 Season officially begins on Sunday 1 May.
Launceston have won first Grand Final after losing to Clarence in the 2008 and 2009 Grand Final. Clarence played today's final after being undefeated for the entire season.
Tasmanian Women’s Australian Football League (TASWAFL) is inviting all young women age 15 and over to the 2011 Women’s Gala Day to be held at Rocherlea Football Ground and KGV this Sunday (April 3)
TASWAFL has seen significant growth in the past four years, starting as a two team, one game league in 2007, to its present format consisting of six teams - Clarence, Hobart, Launceston, North Hobart, Spreyton, and Yeoman - from around the state.
New Clubs Jump Onboard. Lauderdale are looking to have a team ready in 2012 and Hobart puts up its first team in the TASWAFL League this year. This sees the expansion of the TASWAFL continues to show the strength and popularity of the womens game in Tasmania.