2013 TSL season

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2013 Tasmanian State League Season
General Information
Founded 8 December 2008 in Hobart, Australia
Previous Names Nil
TSL General Manager Mr Shaun Young
Participating Clubs Burnie Dockers
Clarence Kangaroos
Devonport Magpies
Glenorchy Magpies
Hobart Tigers
Lauderdale Bombers
Launceston Blues
North Hobart Demons
North Launceston Bombers
South Launceston Bulldogs
Stadiums Blundstone Arena
Aurora Stadium
North Hobart Oval
KGV Football Park
TCA Ground
Devonport Oval
West Park Oval
Youngtown Memorial Ground
Lauderdale Sports Ground
Windsor Park
2013 Tasmanian State League Season.
Premiers South Launceston
Grand Final attendance 5,904 (record)[1]
Total Roster Series attendance Not recorded
Total Finals Series attendance Not recorded
Total aggregate attendance Not recorded

The 2013 AFL Tasmania TSL premiership season is a current Australian Rules Football competition staged across Tasmania, Australian over eighteen (18) roster rounds and six (6) finals series matches between 29 March and 21 September 2013.

The League is known as the RACT Insurance Tasmanian State League under a commercial naming-rights sponsorship agreement with the motoring insurance company.[2]

South Launceston won the premiership after defeating Burnie in the grand final.

Participating Clubs[edit]

2013 TSL Club Coaches[edit]

  • Australia Brent Plant (Burnie)
  • Australia Matthew Drury (Clarence)
  • Australia Paul Griffiths (Devonport)
  • Australia Ben Beams (Glenorchy)
  • Australia Anthony McConnon (Hobart)
  • Australia Darren Winter (Lauderdale)
  • Australia Anthony Taylor (Launceston)
  • Australia Lance Spaulding (North Hobart)
  • Australia Zane Littlejohn (North Launceston)
  • Australia Mitch Thorp (South Launceston)

Current Leading Goalkickers: Tasmanian State League[edit]

Medal Winners[edit]

TSL Colts Grand Final[edit]

2013 Foxtel Cup[edit]

(Saturday, 20 April 2013)

2013 Tasmanian State League results[edit]

2013 TSL Ladder[edit]

Source: TSL season 2013 results

Team Played Won Lost Draw For Against Percentage Points
South Launceston* 18 15 3 0 1971 1138 173.20% 60
Burnie 18 14 4 0 1831 1303 140.52% 56
Launceston 18 12 6 0 1577 1182 133.42% 48
Clarence 18 12 6 0 1708 1294 131.99% 48
Lauderdale 18 11 7 0 1438 1324 108.61% 44
Glenorchy 18 9 9 0 1425 1529 93.20% 36
North Hobart* 18 7 11 0 1315 1641 80.13% 28
North Launceston 18 6 12 0 1461 1392 104.96% 24
Devonport 18 2 16 0 1128 2086 54.07% 8
Hobart* 18 2 16 0 1112 2077 53.54% 8

2013 TSL Finals Series[edit]

2013 TSL FINALS Series[3]

Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Elimination Final Clarence 17 14 116 Lauderdale 14 14 98
Qualifying Final Burnie 19 9 93 Launceston 13 16 94
1st Semi Final Burnie 19 20 134 Clarence 12 13 85
2nd Semi Final South Launceston* 21 11 137 Launceston 11 7 73
Preliminary Final Launceston 9 6 60 Burnie 10 14 74
Grand Final South Launceston* 10 14 74 Burnie 9 11 65
  • Note that South Launceston withdrew from the competition at the end of the 2013 season and were replaced by the Western Storm Football Club
  • Note that North Hobart withdrew from the competition at the end of the 2013 season and were replaced by the Hobart City Football Club
  • Note that Hobart withdrew from the competition at the end of the 2013 season and were replaced by Kingborough Football Club, which stylises itself as Tigers FC

State game[edit]

The TSL representative team competed against the NEAFL's NSW/ACT representative team in 2013.

References[edit]