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:  Glenorchy Knights' Tiarna Ford (right) goes for the ball against University's Emma Cazaley [PlessPix]

Southern Women’s Premier League

Glenorchy Knights 1 (G Terry) lost to University 3 (C Stalker 2, L Macgregor)

Tilford Zebras 1 (S Nichols) drew with Taroona 1 (Ormandy-Neale)

1 Ludford and Hingston

Photo:  South Hobart's Hugh Ludford and Hugh Undy tangle with Northern Rangers' Todd Hingston [PlessPix]

Victory League

South Hobart 4 (B Hamlett 37, B Mann 44, A Brennan 56, 88) beat Northern Rangers 1 (T Hingston 9)

Olympia Warriors 2 (W Wadawu 26, E Tsakiris 79) lost to Tilford Zebras 4 (K Engels 11, A McKeown 17, E Engels 46, B Whitehall 86)

Launceston City 2 (N Bartlett, A Martin) lost to Devonport City 3 (C Moore, Z Mitchell, D Baldock)

N Di Falco and Schuth

Photo:  Glenorchy Knights' Nick Di Falco, who scored his side's second goal, puts pressure on Kingborough Lions United's Joel Scuth [PlessPix]

Victory League

Glenorchy Knights 2 (M Kamba 15, N Di Falco 83) lost to Kingborough Lions United 4 (N Cuthbertson 28, 77, A Hedge 48, D Cowen 69)

Victory League leaders South Hobart will hope to beat fourth-placed Northern Rangers at 4pm at KGV Park tomorrow and that Olympia and Zebras draw later that day at Warrior Park.

If that scenario comes to fruition, South Hobart will find themselves 8 points clear at the top and with just four games remaining.

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Photo:  Devonport (blue shirts) lost against Olympia last week but would love to beat Launceston City this weekend [Photo by Mark Phillips]

Bottom-side Launceston City will be seeking their second Victory League win in a row and only their third in all when they host fifth-placed Devonport City at Mitsubishi Park at 6pm tomorrow.

But, history is against them as Devonport beat them 5-2 the last time they met and they have yet to beat the North-West Coast outfit in the Victory League.

Hector of Olympia Warriors

Photo:  Hector Guerra, Olympia's second Mexican player, will make his debut against Zebras tomorrow [PlessPix]

Third-placed Olympia Warriors will introduce their new Mexican signing Hector Guerra when they take on second-ranked Tilford Zebras in the Victory League clash at Warrior Park at 7pm tomorrow.

The 23-year-old midfielder has replaced Englishman Alex Ralph for this week as Olympia’s second visa player.

Glenorchy Knights meet Kingborough Lions United at 8pm today at KGV Park in a game that is important to both sides.

Knights are in 7th place on the Victory League standings and are just 3 points adrift of 6th-placed Lions, who have an inferior goal-difference to the hosts.