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Benalla Football Club
The Benalla Football Club is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club which competes in the Goulburn Valley Football League.[2] The club is based in Benalla, Victoria. Originally known as the Demons, they changed their club colours and guernsey in 1996 to mirror those of the St Kilda Football Club. Premierships[edit]League Total flags Premiership year(s)Benalla Yarrawonga Line Football Association 1 1920Benalla Mulwala Football League 2 1935, 1939Goulburn Valley Football League 2 1940, 2015Ovens and Murray Football League 4 1953, 1962, 1963, 1973[3] Morrison Medal winners[edit]Kevin Hurley (1954) John Waddington (1968) Jamie Ronke (1990) Luke Morgan (2013) William Martiniello (2014)[4] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Benalla Football Club.^ "Contact Details". Benalla Football Club - SportsTG. Retrieved 8 December 2016.  ^ "Benalla". Full Points Footy
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Australian Rules Football
Australian rules football, officially known as Australian football,[2] or simply called Aussie rules, football or footy, is a contact sport played between two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field, often a modified cricket ground. Points are scored by kicking the oval-shaped ball between the opposing goal posts (worth six points) or behind posts (worth one point). The team with the highest score at the end of the match wins unless a draw is declared.[3] During general play, players may position themselves anywhere on the field and use any part of their bodies to move the ball. The primary methods are kicking, handballing and running with the ball. There are rules on how the ball can be handled: for example, players running with the ball must intermittently bounce or touch it on the ground. Throwing the ball is not allowed and players must not get caught holding the ball
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Benalla, Victoria
Benalla
Benalla
/bəˈnælə/[2] is a small city located on the Broken River in the High Country north-eastern region of Victoria, Australia, about 212 kilometres (130 mi) north east of the state capital Melbourne
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St Kilda Football Club
The St Kilda Football Club, nicknamed the Saints, is an Australian rules football club based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The club plays in the Australian Football League, the sport's premier league. The club's name originates from its original home base in the bayside Melbourne
Melbourne
suburb of St Kilda in which the club was established in 1873
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Wodonga Football Club
The Wodonga Football Club are an Australian rules football club which compete in the Ovens & Murray Football League.[1] The club is based in Wodonga, Victoria. Wodonga made four consecutive grand finals from 1967 to 1970, winning two premierships. In 1991, the club made, but later withdrew, a bid to join the Victorian Football Association.[2] Morris Medal winners[edit]1938: Kelt Emery 1940: Gordon Strang 1949: Jack Eames 1952: Norm Webb 1967: Gary Williamson 1989: Brett Allen 1992: Steven MurphyReferences[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wodonga Football Club.^ "Home of The Wodonga Bulldogs". Club website.  ^ Damian Barrett (20 September 1991). "VFA bid off". Herald-Sun News-Pictorial. Melbourne, VIC
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Myrtleford Football Club
The Myrtleford Football Club, nicknamed the Alpine Saints, is an Australian Rules Football
Australian Rules Football
club playing in the Ovens & Murray Football League (OMFL). The club is based in the town of Myrtleford, in north east Victoria on the Ovens River. The club was initiated into the Bright League in 1886, which later became the Myrtleford Bright District Football League. The club joined the OMFL in 1950. Myrtleford's only premiership triumph was against Wangaratta Rovers in 1970.[1] The Saints were runners-up in 2001, 2005 and 2006. Myrtleford has produced VFL/AFL players including Len Ablett, Sam Kekovich, Steve McKee, Guy Rigoni, Frazer Dale, Jack Crisp
Jack Crisp
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North Albury Football Club
The North Albury
North Albury
Football Club, nicknamed The Hoppers, is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club playing in the Ovens & Murray Football League (O&MFL). They are incorporated as part of the North Albury
North Albury
Sports Club licensed club at Bunton Park in North Albury, Albury, where they play their home matches. The club has won six O&MFL premierships. The Hoppers currently play in forest green guernseys with a gold vee and the "Hopper" logo on the right side. Previous guernsey designs included a dark green and gold design similar to the West Coast Eagles' classic wingtip design (up to 2008) and a gold design with two dark green vees over the yoke
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Wangaratta Football Club
The Wangaratta Magpies Football Club, officially known as the Wangaratta Magpies Football & Netball Club is an Australian rules football club which play in the Ovens and Murray Football League based in Wangaratta, Victoria at the Wangaratta Showgrounds.[1] The Wangaratta Magpies FC was the first football club to be founded in Wangaratta in 1909. Recent premierships: 1976, 2007, 2008, 2017. The football club consists of seniors, reserves and under 18s. References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wangaratta Football Club.^ "Funds boost targets showgrounds revamp". ABC Goulburn Murray. 19 May 2010
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Wangaratta Rovers Football Club
The Wangaratta Rovers, officially known as the Wangaratta Rovers Football & Netball Club, is an Australian rules football club based in Wangaratta, Victoria. They play in the Ovens & Murray Football League, which they joined in 1950. Their nickname is the Hawks. Their home ground is WJ Findlay Oval in Wangaratta
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Albury Football Club
The Albury Football Club are an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club which compete in the Ovens & Murray Football League.[1] The club is based in Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Two Brownlow Medallists, Haydn Bunton senior and Denis Ryan, both started their career at Albury. Morris Medal winners[edit]1935. Noel Barnett 1956. Lance Mann 1963. K Bennett 1965. J Ambrose 1981. Rod Coelli 1982. Peter Gorski 1993. Tim Scott 1994. Tim Scott 1995. Ken Howe 1996. Leigh Newton 2011. Shaun Daly 2012. Joel MackieReferences[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Albury Football Club.^ "Albury"
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Yarrawonga Football Club
The Yarrawonga Football Club, nicknamed the Pigeons, is an Australian Rules Football club playing in the Ovens & Murray Football League. The club is based in the town of Yarrawonga, Victoria located on the Murray River. Yarrawonga joined the Ovens & Murray Football League in 1930. Prior to this the club played in a line association that was based along the Benalla to Yarrawonga railway line
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Beechworth Football Club
Beechworth Football Club, nicknamed the Bushrangers, is an Australian rules football club playing in the Tallangatta & District Football League. The club is based in Beechworth, Victoria. They were the Beechworth "Bombers" but upon joining the Tallangatta & District Football League they became the "Bushrangers" due to Dederang-Mount Beauty having already taken the nickname of "Bombers". History[edit]Beechworth F.C.1877: VFA/VFL 1878-1892: Club in recess 1893-1898: Rutherglen & District Football League 1912-1914: Ovens & King Football League 1915-1918: Club in recess 1919-1921: Ovens & King Football League 1922-1928: Ovens & Murray Football League 1929-1935: Ovens & King Football LeagueBeechworth Wanderers F.C.1931-1935: Chiltern District Football LeagueBeechworth United F.C. (Beechworth & Beechworth Wanderers merged)1936-1940: Ovens & King Football League 1941-1945: Club in recessBeechworth F.C. (Beechworth F.C
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Lavington Football Club
The Lavington Panthers Football & Netball Club is an Australian rules football and netball club competing in the Ovens & Murray Football League.[1] The club is based in Lavington, a suburb of Albury, New South Wales. Several Lavington footballers have gone on to play in the Australian Football League, including Darren Holmes, Hamish McIntosh, Allan Murray, Derek Murray and Mark Powell.Contents1 League Honours: Football1.1 Albury & Border Football Association (1921-1927) 1.2 Central Hume Football League (1928-1932) 1.3 HFL / Hume Football League (1933-1939) 1.4 Chiltern & District Football League (1946-1956) 1.5 TDFL / Tallangatta & District Football League (1958-1976) 1.6 HFL / Hume Football League (1975-1976) 1.7 Farrer Football League (1977-1978) 1.8 OMFL / Ovens & Murray Football League (1979-present)2 Honour Boards: Football (1921-present) 3 References 4 External linksLeague Honours: Football[edit] Albury & Border Footb
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Rutherglen Football Club
The Rutherglen Football Club is an Australian rules football club playing their home games in Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia. The current Rutherglen was created after the merger of Ovens & Murray Football League sides Rutherglen and Corowa in 1979. Surplus players formed the Rutherglen-Corowa FC and played in the Coreen & District Football League for 13 years. A stint in the Ovens & King Football League followed before moving to the Tallangatta & District Football League. The club dropped the Corowa part in their name in 2002.Contents1 History1.1 Rutherglen F.C. "Redlegs" (1893-1978) 1.2 Rutherglen-Corowa F.C. "Cats" (1979-2001) / Rutherglen F.C. "Cats" (2002-present) 1.3 Corowa F.C. "Spiders" (1898-1978) 1.4 Corowa-Rutherglen F.C. "Roos" (1979-present)2 Honours2.1 Premierships and achievements 2.2 Individual honours 2.3 Team of the Century (1903-2003) 2.4 Hall of Famers3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Rutherglen F.C
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Albury Sports Ground
Albury Sports Ground (also known as "Albury Oval") is a sporting ground located close to the central business district of Albury, Australia. The oval is near the NSW bank of the Murray River, with a historic grandstand on the north-western flank, and a members' club with a grandstand and changing rooms on the eastern wing. The venue also incorporates a netball court in the north-eastern corner, while the Albury Swim Centre is adjacent to the west. The ground is part of a string of parks and gardens between the Murray River and Wodonga Place that include the Albury Botanic Gardens, Hovell Tree Park, Noreuil Park, Australia Park, and Oddies Creek Park. The venue is the home ground for the Albury Football Club in the Ovens & Murray Football League, and most seasons it hosts the Ovens & Murray preliminary final
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