Northern Rangers and Olympia Warriors are the only teams with a perfect record after the second round of Tasmania’s State-wide Victory League competition.
The weekend’s second round of Men’s Section A Summer Cup matches in Hobart caused a few raised eyebrows, cries of triumph and dented egos.
Jim Pennicott has just about done it all in Tasmanian football, so he is looking for a new challenge in Victoria.
Shae Hickey, the 27-year-old South Hobart midfielder, has won the 2012 Vic Tuting Medal as the Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League best-and-fairest player.
South Hobart made fewer mistakes than Northern Rangers and that ultimately won them the grand final and the Tasmanian State championship.
South Hobart won their fifth Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League title in a row on Saturday, the final day of the roster season.
The Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League title will be decided on the final day of the league season next Saturday.
Second-placed New Town Eagles beat leaders South Hobart 1-0 away at South Hobart on Sunday to draw level with the reigning champions on 44 points with two games remaining.