The Wrap Up: Wrest Point TSLW Round 11

Round eleven of the Wrest Point TSLW season saw no change in ladder positions with only five rounds left before finals, TSLW reporter Olivia Clayton sums up the round.


Glenorchy 7.6 (48) def. Clarence 3.5 (23)



Clarence – N. Garlo, G. Alomes, J. Williams

Glenorchy – N. Lynch 2, S. Skinner 2, M. Sutcliffe, J. Tate Turvey, N. Daniels


Best Players:

Clarence – G. Alomes, A. Hardner, B. Scott, N. Bresnehan, R. Archer, T. Bortignon

Glenorchy – B. Barwick, S. Skinner, M. Sutcliffe, T. Corrie, E. Barwick, N. Lynch


Glenorchy again took the chocolates from their fellow 2018 Grand Finalist, recording a 25-point win over Clarence at KGV.

Nietta Lynch and Sarah Skinner were the leading goal kickers booting two each, while Brieanna Barwick was influential through the midfield.

Netty Garlo, Georgia Alomes and Jessie Williams kicked one goal apiece for Clarence, whilst Alomes was also named as the Roos best on ground.

Clarence are sitting third on the ladder with five wins and will take on the Tigers after the bye.

Glenorchy are in second place with eight wins and will battle it out against Launceston in round 12.


Tigers 10.19 (79) def. Lauderdale 0.1 (1)



Tigers – P. Flakemore 4, E. Doyle 3, M. Neal 2, R. Roberts


Best Players:

Lauderdale – O. Hudson, K. Teders, C. van Breda, F. Langford, B. Goward, C. Stewart

Tigers – E. Doyle, M. Neal, S. Grimsey, R. Roberts, C. Brooke, H. Baldwin


Round 11 saw the Tigers register their second win for the season, a 78-point defeat of Lauderdale at Skybus Oval.

Paige Flakemore kicked four goals for the Tigers, whilst their best on ground was Ellie Doyle who also kicked three goals. Marla Neal was also a standout, kicking two goals and finding plenty of the football.

Lauderdale only scored a behind, but their best on ground was Olivia Hudson.

Lauderdale are sitting in sixth place on the ladder and will take on North Launceston in round 12 after all teams have a bye this week.

The Tigers are in fifth place on the ladder and will battle it out against Clarence after the bye.


Launceston 15.9 (99) def. North Launceston 1.0 (6)



North Launceston – M. Cuthbertson

Launceston – D. Bannister 6, B. Rattray 5, C. Haines, M. Sinclair, A. Green, A. Dickson


Best Players:

North Launceston – S. Townsend, L. Sulzberger, J. Clifford, H. Breward, M. Cuthbertson, E. McKinnell

Launceston – D. Bannister, G. Hill, B. Rattray, C. Thuringer, N. Ristrom, M. Sinclair


Launceston were 93-point winners against North Launceston at UTAS Stadium.

Daria Bannister was the Blues best on ground and their leading goal scorer, booting six for the side. Bannister was far from alone in hitting the scoreboard, with Brie Rattray (five goals) also proving highly influential.

North Launceston’s only goal came in the third quarter and was kicked by Maggie Cuthbertson, although concerns emerged for Cuthbertson early in the final quarter when she was taken from the field with concussion.

Launceston remain in top spot on the ladder, whilst North Launceston is in fourth spot with five wins.

Launceston will take on Glenorchy in a top-two blockbuster after the week off, while the Northern Bombers will face Lauderdale.