1967 tasmanian state premiershipの例文
- There have been a few occasions of hostile pitch invasions; the most infamous of these occurred in the 1967 Tasmanian State Premiership Final, when hundreds of Wynyard fans invaded the field and tore down the goalposts to prevent North Hobart full forward David Collins from kicking a goal after the final siren.
- Arguably, Tasmanian football's most controversial match was the 1967 Tasmanian State Premiership Final between Wynyard and North Hobart, where hundreds of Wynyard fans invaded the field and tore down the goalposts as North Hobart's Dickie Collins went back to take a kick after the siren with Wynyard leading by one point.
- The circumstances surrounding the conclusion to this semi-final were practically identical to those which surrounded the infamous 1967 Tasmanian State Premiership Final, in which North Hobart's David Collins was prevented by the crowd from taking a potential match-winning kick ( a much easier kick than Considine's ) after the final siren.
- He was best on ground in the 1967 Tasmanian State Premiership Final in which North Hobart took part, and ( now playing as a forward ) kicked five goals; the game is part of Australian rules folklore because the supporters of opposing team Wynyard, tore down the goal posts before North Hobart's Dickie Collins could take his kick from point blank range from a mark just before the siren.