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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R Welsh draws

Photo: FFT CEO Richard Welsh draws a name out at today's cup quarterfinals draw [PlessPix]

Milan Lakoseljac Memorial Trophy Quarterfinals

Clarence United v Tilford Zebras

Northern Rangers v Devonport City

University v Kingborough Lions United

Launceston City v South Hobart

Clarence celebrate

Photo:  Clarence United players celebrate their goal against Taroona [PlessPix]

Milan Lakoseljac Memorial Trophy (Round of 16)

Taroona 0 lost to Clarence United 1 (L Asciek 84)

Liam Scott scores opener against Nelson

Photo:  Liam Scott scores South Hobart opener against Nelson on Saturday [PlessPix]

Milan Lakoseljac Memorial Trophy

South Hobart 11 (A Brennan 7, L Scott, B Hamlett, N Morton, C Rogers) beat Nelson Eastern Suburbs 1 (W Stalker)

Glenorchy Knights 0 lost to University 1 (A Buga 38)

Northern Rangers entertain Olympia Warriors at 4.30pm at Launceston’s Mitsubishi Park tomorrow in the Round of 16 in the Milan Lakoseljac Memorial Trophy State-wide competition.

The ultimate prize in this competition is a place representing Tasmania in the inaugural Football Federation Australia Cup and Olympia will be keen to win this tie as they are one of only a handful of clubs to have represented Tasmania in national cup competitions in the past.

Gallop David 20 March 2014

Photo:  David Gallop at KGV Park today for the launch of the 2014 Victory League season [PlessPix]

David Gallop, CEO of Football Federation Australia, and Melbourne Victory CEO Ian Robson, a Tasmanian, were in Hobart today to launch the second season of the Victory League State-wide competition.

Speaking at the launch, Gallop said the Victory League had demonstrated the power of the National Premier Leagues competition.

Devonport City have suffered three significant losses on the eve of the 2014 Victory League season.

Gone are Brayden Mann, Joel Stone and Adam Gorrie.

Goalkeeper Ryan Norval has left Olympia Warriors only days after being named in the club’s Victory League squad for 2014.

Norval, who is from Sydney, has been signed by Victorian Premier League club Heidelberg United.

Olympia Warriors have shown their cup credentials last season and this, but can they transfer this to the Victory League?

The Warriors have named their 20-man Victory League squad and it includes significant exclusions as well as notable inclusions.