AFL no longer the chosen sport for many in Hobart’s northern suburbs | ABC News

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Hobart’s northern suburbs are a true Tasmanian sporting heartland, but traditional sports like football are being kicked to the curb as the face of Glenorchy rapidly changes.

Basketball and cricket are among the sports increasing in popularity.

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