Who Is Walter Pless?

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A teacher by profession, but is now in his 37th year as a football writer. Has written for "Soccer Action" (Melbourne), "Australian Soccer Weekly" (Sydney) and "World Soccer" (London), as well as for several Tasmanian newspapers. Currently contributing to "Goal!Weekly" in Melbourne and the Australian magazine "Soccer International". Played for Croatia-Glenorchy, Caledonians, Metro, Rapid and University in Tasmania, as well as in the United States of America. Coached University, Metro and Croatia-Glenorchy.

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Photo:  Clarence midfielder Kyu Jun Kim under pressure from Eagles' Simon Strang [PlessPix]

Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League (Clare Street, Sunday, 17 April 2011)

New Town Eagles 1 (Leszczynski 3)

Clarence United 1 (Rees 53)

HT: 1-0   Att: 120   Ref: I Jozeljic

New Town Eagles: Pitchford  -  Page, N Ferrall (Clamp 92), Bates, Clark  -  Whitehall (Jo 67), Strang, Anderson (Cox 77), Barabara  -  Leszczynski, McKeown  (Sub not used:  Quan)

Clarence United: Cornish  -  Toghill, Nicholson, Rees, McMahon  -  Park, Kim (Reibel 77), Stevens (Brown 88), Lee  -  C Tsakiris, Ling (E Tsakiris 81)  (Sub not used:  Maxwell)

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Photo:  Clarence's flying winger Jae Ho Lee shows Eagles' Andrew Clark and Adam Bates a clean pair of heels [PlessPix]

Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League

New Town Eagles 1 (A Leszczynski 3) drew with Clarence United 1 (N Rees 53)

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Photo:  Knights' Matthieu Gregoire (left) gets away from Kingborough's Marc Iseli [PlessPix]

South Hobart, the reigning champions in the Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League, moved 4 points clear at the top with a 4-2 away win over Olympia Warriors on the artificial pitch at Warrior Park on Friday night.

Hobart had record April rainfall during the week and the Beachside versus Tilford Zebras game at Sandown Park was called off, but it could rain every day all year and games could still go ahead at Warrior Park, a unique Tasmanian venue.