Another young Tasmanian soccer talent has graduated to NPL Queensland with Launceston City announcing that club stalwart Charlie Dyer is heading north.
A post on the Prospect club's Facebook page came just a couple of days after a similar announcement from Launceston United that Fahim Moradi would be joining Brisbane Strikers for the 2020 season.
City said it was "with great sadness but also excitement" that they farewell Dyer who is "one of our favourite sons".
The versatile teenager has signed for Magpies Crusaders United, based in Mackay.
Following in the footsteps of his father and club great Justin, Dyer has been at City since under-six level.
While playing for City's junior club Westside, Dyer was a regular in Northern Tasmanian Junior Soccer Association representative teams which also saw numerous teammates including Jarrod Hill, Will Humphrey, Will Compagne, Jasper King, Liam Gilmore and Matt Spanos progress to NPL level.
He was selected in Tasmanian youth teams and was an under-18 best and fairest in 2017.
Having broken into Lino Sciulli's first team last year where he fulfilled multiple roles, Dyer won his first Peter Savill Medal and gained selection in the senior men's state team.
"We will all be keeping a keener eye on the NPL Queensland results this year," City added. "All the best Charlie from all of us at Launceston City."