Combining with Tamar Churinga last season to stay afloat in the Greater Northern League women's competition, Launceston City head into this year by themselves.
Despite this, the side that picked up two wins and three draws last season to finish seventh on the ladder aren't completely dissolving, with coach Colin Pearson saying the Tamar group has kept in touch.
"We still have a clear player pathway for any aspiring Tamar Churinga players, some of who have already been in touch," he said.
"This is only at GNL level and we are trying to support all clubs to field teams in each division to ensure we have full rosters."
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Allowing up-and-coming Tamar Churinga players such as Amaya Caldwell and Chloe White, who played 12 and nine games respectively, their chance at the North's highest level, Pearson viewed the temporary, one-year partnership a success.
"The partnership was very successful and created positive relationships between players and ensured access for those aspiring to play at the highest local level.
"There are always complexities with selection and this is magnified when working across two clubs but both parties communicated well to avoid any issues."
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