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TAL appoints a new handicapper

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1 TAL appoints a new handicapper on Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:49 pm


Tasmania have a new handicapper – Andrew Willis who has been mainly involved in the amateurs coaching juniors in Launceston.

I believe TAL administrator Matt Osborne who was named AAC administrator of the year on the weekend, is retiring after 11 years in the job.

The new administrator is Glen Foster who is involved in the Ulverstone Athletic Club.

Congrats ot Matt on a fantastic job for the past decade or so, hopefully he’ll enjoy his ‘new life’ away from the stresses of the TAL.

2 Re: TAL appoints a new handicapper on Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:44 pm


Be interesting to see handicapping being done by someone involved in amateur juniors.Reserve opinion but wish him all the best.

3 Re: TAL appoints a new handicapper on Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:58 pm


Andrew's been around a long time and is very passionate about the sport of athletics. Should be very methodical.

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