Other achievements of the club have been:
All Australians: John Leedham and Daryn Cresswell.
Association best and fairest medals: Len Pye x 3, Sam Sproule, Len Powell, Max Abbott, Noel Reid, Michael Hawkins, Darryn Perry, Micheal Maple, Brendon Bolton.
North Hobart player Elise Barwick was successful in winning the Southern Football League Women's Association Best and Fairest - Division 1 medal in 2022.
A total of 6 players/coaches from the North Hobart Football Club have been included in the Tasmanian Team of the Century:
- Roy Cazaly: coach (captain/coach of NH in 1932 premiership and 1933).
John Leedham: vice-captain (captain/coach of NH 1954–1959 including 1957 premiership and in 1953 the first Tasmanian selected in an All-Australian team).
- Peter Jones: 249 games for Carlton including four premierships and 1973 Best and Fairest winner. Jones also coached Carlton for one year.
- Len Pye: three times TFL senior Best and Fairest winner (1932, 1937 and 1938), four club Best and Fairest awards and five premiership teams.
- Daryn Cresswell: a member of NH 1991 premiership team (under coach Mark Yeates) and who played in excess of 200 games for the Sydney Swans including winning the club’s 1994 champion player award and being selected in the 1997 AFL All Australian team for 1997.
- Paul Williams: drafted from North Hobart in 1990, he played 306 AFL games with both Collingwood and the Sydney Swans and won dual Best and Fairest awards with the Swans.
- Both Daryn Cresswell and Paul Williams played their junior football with NHJFC.
Highest score: 37.24 (246) vs. South Launceston 2.5 (17) in 1991.
Most goals – Alan Rait 689.
Most goals in a match – Rob Devine (15)
Most games: 341- Rob Devine.
Record finals attendance: 19,425 for the 1969 grand final at North Hobart Oval: North Hobart 19.15 (129) vs. Clarence 17.15 (117).
TFL State Grand Final 1987, North Hobart Oval
North Hobart’s first premiership in the statewide league.
North Hobart 2.4 13.7 20.16 23.20 (158)
Glenorchy 5.4 10.6 12.8 16.10 (106)
GOALS – North Hobart: P. Hardman (7), S. McQueen (5), B. Plain (4), D. Perry (3), R. Christensen, D. Davies, N. Noye, M. Maple. Glenorchy: D. Pearce (6), A. Lovell (3), M. Styles (2), R. Curley (2), King, D. Ling, C. Riley.
BEST – North Hobart: P. Hardman, R. Christensen, D. Guley, D. Davies, J. Elmer, D. Perry, S. McQueen, M. Maple, C. Sutton. Glenorchy: R. Curley, G. Linton, D. Pearce, A. Lovell, S. Grace, A. Fletcher.
Umpires: G. Dawson, M.Kelly
State Grand Final 1967, West Park, Burnie
Famous goal post-game led to the declaration of ‘no match’.
With seconds to go in this epic match at West Park Burnie and North Hobart a point down, North Hobart Full-Forward David ‘Dickie’ Collins marked the ball at the top of the ten-yard square just before the final siren.
Before he could take his kick for what would have been a certain goal, the Wynyard supporters swarmed onto the ground and pulled out the goal posts.
After much debate the match was eventually called a no-match but not before it made national and international headlines.
North Hobart 3.8 5.11 11.17 12.19 (91)
Wynyard 1.1 9.7 10.9 13.14 (92)
GOALS – North Hobart: J. Devine (5), D. Graham (2), G. Dwyer, D. Collins, T. Woolley, I. Mills, M. Arnold. Wynyard: A. West (6), D. Templar (2), L. Clarke, D. Atkins, K. King, J. Coughlan, K. Murfet.
BEST – North Hobart: J. Devine, D. Graham, I. Mills, G. Brakey, R. Smith, K. Deayton, M. Hawkins, R. Bennett. Wynyard: P. Dell, L. Clarke, D. Cox, A. West, K. King, A. Wilson, J. Neal.
Umpire: J. Pilgrim
State Grand Final 1969, York Park, Launceston
Largest ever state final winning margin.
North Hobart 4.3 10.11 16.15 26.20 (176)
Launceston 2.3 3.6 3.12 6.13 (49)
GOALS – North Hobart: B. Smith (5), J. Wright (5), French (4), Arnold (3), G. Dwyer (3), Marshall (2), J. Devine, D. Graham, D. Keats, Herbert. Launceston: G. Tuthill (3), Leham (2), K. Coates.
BEST – North Hobart: J. Wright, G. Dwyer, M. Hawkins, D. Graham, B. Smith, Roberts. Launceston: B. Withers, Clemons, Rowbottom, Howell, A. Dunn, Wise.
Umpire: I. Batt
NORTH HOBART TEAM OF THE CENTURY
Announced August, 2000:
Ray Bailey, Matthew Brereton, Hector Brooks, Roy Cazaly (assistant coach), Noel Clarke, Jim Dalton, Garry Davidson (assistant coach), John Devine (captain), Jack Dunn (co vice-captain), Darrel Eaton, Albert Goggins, Des Graham, Peter Jones, John Leedham (co vice-captain), Peter Marquis, Don McLeod, Jack Metherell (coach), Colin Moore, John Noble, Darryn Perry, Leonard Powell, Leonard Pye, Vern Rae, Alan Rait, Noel Reid, Stan Ryan.