NTFA Premier League Grand Final at UTAS Stadium Welcomed | Examiner


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Two of the main NTFA Premier League coaches have given their approval to the UTAS Stadium Grand Final. Beau Thorp of Longford and Anthony Taylor of South Launceston, who both earned the Tasmanian State League Premier title on the Holy Turf, were among many to greet Thursday’s news. “Personally, I think it’s fantastic,” Thorp said. READ MORE: Super September: UTAS for NTFA, TSL extravaganza “It’s a big show for the audience and it’s also great for the players to be able to play on the best deck we have in the upstate. Taylor added: “These are the best facilities and the best ground in Tasmania and this is where the players want to play their football. Bringing him back to UTAS will be a good thing and I hope the two clubs that are lucky enough to play on the big day can put on a good show for what we all hope will be a good crowd. The pair’s teams have a contrasting finals history, with South Launceston winning four prime ministerial positions since joining the NTFA in 2014 and Longford striving for his first flag since 1989. The squad de Thorp is going in the right direction to break his drought, sitting atop a deadlock of competitors, with South Launceston, Bracknell, Deloraine and Rocherlea all within two wins of each other in one of the most close to recent memory. will be the first played at UTAS stadium since 2011.

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