Relive The Rivalry Challenge 2016

“Relive The Rivalry Challenge” is an annual football game played for a cure to Muscular Dystrophy. The game is played by Tasmania and the Victoria/All-Stars, celebrating the historic 1990 win by Tasmania over Victoria at North Hobart Oval. Former AFL and local Tasmanian and other footballers, and sometime local celebrities have pulled on a jumper to play in the game. Here’s a select few photos full album here. Photos by David Harding.

Anthony Koutofides gets a handball off to Victoria/All-Stars teammate Darryl White
Former Richmond star Matthew Richardson waits for the ball to bounce to him during Relive The Rivalry Challenge.
Victoria/All-Stars’ Andrew Raines gets a handball off in front of Tasmania’s Steve Reissig
Victoria’s Ange Christou gathers the ball along the boundary line before kicking it long into the forward line.
Tasmania’s Matthew Richardson gets a freekick and moves the ball on quickly.

Southern Football League 2016

A selected few images from the 2016 Southern Football League Season, photos are by David Harding. They appear as apart of the SFL Football Record, and Southern Football League Facebook page, as well as Dave Harding Photography Facebook.

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2016 William Leitch Medalist Troy Cunliffe (Lindisfarne) getting a kick away against Claremont.
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Claremont’s Nathan Brown takes a mark during the clash against Dodges Ferry.
A set shot at goal during the Hobart/Lindisfarne game at the TCA Ground
Brighton Football Club 2016 Reserves Grand Final Side.
Claremont’s Braden Barwick tries a spoil, but the New Norfolk player still manages a strong mark.
Claremont’s Brodie Lang is unable to catch a Sorell player during their Round 1 clash.