GNL: South Launceston stand between City and third premiership

By Lynsey Shepherd-Blazely
Updated August 25 2021 - 9:35pm, first published 5:29pm
City Marians Zayna Jackson. Picture: Phillip Biggs
City Marians Zayna Jackson. Picture: Phillip Biggs


In the men's elimination final, South Burnie and Launceston City go head-to-head for the second time in as many weeks. After edging out the Tigers to the tune of 2-1, the Hawks will be eager to find another win to keep their finals hopes alive. Stu Bowles and Jordan Dart will be key attacking players to watch out for, while Brent Jago and Tom Trevarthan provide some much-needed forward pressure against a tough Tigers defence. City goalkeeper Jayden Pearson will lead from the back as he potentially plays a pivotal role in such a tight game, and father-son duo Jeremy and Oli Stebbings will be a force to be reckoned with across the park, alongside the team's top goal scorer Beau Cornelius.

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