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Tasmanian A-League bid: ‘case stands up irrespective’ of AFL, netball | The Advocate

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Football Tasmania is playing its own game as state sporting bodies queue up to join national competitions. As the JackJumpers prepare for entry into the NBL in 2021-22, Tasmania is also bidding to compete in Super Netball from 2023 and AFL from 2025. Having missed the chance to win an A-League licence in 2018, Football Tasmania is confident of succeeding in the next round of the competition’s expansion with president Bob Gordon stating in January that the stars were “aligned” for a standalone team. Tasmanian football and netball sides have been dominating the headlines in recent weeks, but FT chief executive Matt Bulkeley said the state’s A-League bid was ticking along nicely behind…



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