More than 200 people attended last night's tribute dinner for North Launceston veteran Steane Kremerskothen. Several of Kremerskothen's former coaches in Steven Goulding, Wes Lewis, Paul O'Donoghue and Kerry Sanders were at the function at the Inveresk Tramshed Complex.
Peter Walsh from ABC radio compered the evening.
Guest speakers included Goulding and former team-mate Robert Groenewegen and Kremerskothen was presented with his 1995 premiership guernsey mounted in a glass case.
Kremerskothen also received a special medallion from TFL commissioner Bill Sorrell to mark his 200th TFL match.
Kremerskothen has played 325 senior club games _ 49 with Launceston, 61 with Clarence and 215 with North Launceston plus seven State matches.
It is understood the TFL will be formally lobbied to recognise Kremerskothen as holding the senior club games record for Tasmania and to count his 49 NTFA matches with Launceston in the same way that Scott Wade's pre- Statewide League matches in Hobart were counted.
Just for the record, Scottsdale's Greg Lethborg played 324 games to the end of 1985 (including representative matches) when North Launceston and South Launceston joined the Statewide League.