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Southport Sharks
Southport Australian Football Club
Southport Australian Football Club
(nicknamed The Sharks) is a Gold Coast based club competing in the NEAFL Australian rules football competition. Southport is perhaps the most successful ever Queensland based Aussie Rules club with a total of 13 premierships in only 26 years. The club has been involved in Australian Football League
Australian Football League
licence bids since 1996. To date none of these bids have been granted, however the AFL began taking interest in 2006 with pushes to merge Southport with a Melbourne-based AFL club. Southport Sharks joined the NEAFL competition in 2011
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North East Australian Football League
The North East Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(NEAFL) is an Australian rules football league in New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory
Australian Capital Territory
in Australia
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David Round
David Round (born 25 June 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with the Western Bulldogs
Western Bulldogs
in the Australian Football League (AFL). Round, the son of former Brownlow Medal
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Mayne Australian Football Club
Mayne Australia Football Club is an Australian rules football club based in the Brisbane suburb of Enoggera. The club colours are black and gold and they are nicknamed the Tigers.Contents1 History 2 Notable players 3 Honours3.1 Club 3.2 Individual4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] They joined the Queensland Football League in 1925 and played in the top tier of Queensland football until 1999. After the 1999 season the club was actually excluded from the competition, whereupon it entered into a legal battle with the AFL which ended up in the Federal Court. Ultimately, Mayne was successful - a unique achievement for such a comparatively small club - and the 2001 season found it reinstated, with damages, the league was renamed the Queensland State League. Mayne struggled in the four years winning only 5 of 72 games and finishing last in all four years. It moved into the Pineapple Hotel Cup competition in 2005 and managed to play in an Elimination final
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Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club
Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club (formerly Windsor-Zillmere, North Brisbane
Brisbane
and Northern Eagles) is an Australian rules football clubs that plays in the QAFA (A) competition. It reformed the senior side in 2013 and it was undefeated all year in the SEQAFL State Div 4 northern competition. The club once competed in the AFL Queensland State League competition. The club is based in the suburb of Zillmere in the northern suburbs of Brisbane. It ceased to play in the league in 2008.Contents1 History 2 Honours2.1 Premierships 2.2 Grogan Medallists3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The Windsor-Zillmere club formed from the merger of neighbouring Windsor and Zillmere Football Clubs in 1962. Sandgate merged with the club to form North Brisbane
Brisbane
in 1991. North Brisbane
Brisbane
won the 1995 but financial difficulties forced it into recess in 1996
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Brisbane Cricket Ground
The Brisbane
Brisbane
Cricket
Cricket
Ground, commonly known as The Gabba,[1][2] is a major sports stadium in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The nickname Gabba derives from the suburb of Woolloongabba, in which it is located. The land on which the ground sits was set aside for use as a cricket ground in 1895 and the first match was held on the site on 19 December 1896, between Parliament and The Press. Prior to this, cricket was played at a ground in the area then known as Green Hills (beside Countess Street Petrie Terrace
Petrie Terrace
opposite the Victoria Barracks – now occupied by the Northern Busway),[3] since at least the early 1860s.[4] The Gabba
The Gabba
shared first-class cricket matches with the Exhibition Ground until 1931
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Giffin Park
Giffin Park is a sports venue in Coorparoo, a suburb in Brisbane, Australia. It includes an Australian rules football ground. It was formerly used by the Brisbane Lions as their secondary training venue and is used during the summer due to clashes with the Australian Cricket season.[1] The Lions NEAFL team formerly used it as a home ground. See also[edit]Queensland portalSport in QueenslandReferences[edit]^ "Brisbane Lions train amid Queensland flood devastation". Herald Sun
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Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
(known commercially as Metricon Stadium) is a sporting venue on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, located in the suburb of Carrara. The venue is primarily used for Australian rules football
Australian rules football
and is the home ground of the Gold Coast Suns, who compete in the Australian Football League. Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
received substantial redevelopment work prior to the entry of the Brisbane Bears
Brisbane Bears
to the VFL/AFL in 1987, but following the Bears relocation to the Brisbane Cricket Ground in 1993, it was used for other sports including rugby league, rugby union and even baseball
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Zane Taylor (footballer)
Zane Taylor (born 28 February 1957) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL) during the early 1980s. He spent time as a forward and midfielder during his career but it was as a half back flanker that he made the official "Queensland Team of the Century" in 2003. Although he had only just turned 23 when he started out at Geelong during the 1980 VFL season, Taylor was already a multiple "Best and Fairest" winner for Southport. He was suspended after his debut, for two games, having been found guilty of striking South Melbourne's Michael Wright with a clenched first.[2] The suspension was costly as he was out of the seniors for seven weeks but when he returned he became a regular member of the team for the rest of the season
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David Crutchfield
David Crutchfield (2 August 1965 – 29 November 2002) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL)Contents1 Career 2 Personal life 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] Recruited from South Warrnambool, Crutchfield played in the final four rounds of the 1985 VFL season. His most productive game was against Geelong, when he had 17 disposals.[2] He didn't make any further appearances and ended up in Queensland playing for Southport. In 1992 he was involved in a three way tie for the Grogan Medal.[3] Crutchfield was later a successful player coach in South Australia's Riverland Football League
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Chris O'Sullivan (footballer)
Chris O'Sullivan (born 22 April 1968) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with the Brisbane Bears in the Victorian/Australian Football League (VFL/AFL). O'Sullivan, a Victorian, was selected by Brisbane with the 72nd pick of the 1988 VFL Draft. He played eight games in 1989 but could only manage two more in 1990.[2] His efforts with QAFL club Southport in 1992 were good enough to win him a Grogan Medal, in a three way tie. He now works as a brand manager. References[edit]^ Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2007). The Encyclopedia Of AFL Footballers. BAS Publishing. ISBN 978-1-920910-78-5.  ^ "Chris O'Sullivan"
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1987 VFL Draft
The 1987 VFL draft was the second draft to provide recruitment opportunities to clubs participating in Australian rules football's elite Victorian Football League. Held after the end of the 1987 season, it consisted only of the national draft itself.Contents1 National draft1.1 National draft selections2 External links 3 ReferencesNational draft[edit] The format of the second VFL draft was much the same as that for the inaugural draft held the previous year. In each of the five rounds, the 13 participating clubs (except West Coast, which instead received complete access to all West Australian footballers for the second year) all received one selection, the order of which was set in the reverse of the previous season's finishing positions
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Surfers Paradise Australian Football Club
Surfers Paradise Australian Football Club
Surfers Paradise Australian Football Club
(nicknamed The Demons) is a Gold Coast based club competing in the AFL Queensland QAFL Australian rules football competition.Contents1 History 2 Premierships 3 Juniors3.1 Notable junior players4 AFL Drafted Players 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The league’s official inaugural season commenced in 1962 with home ground was situated in Beach Road.[1] The senior team won their first Premiership in 1963, consecutive premierships followed in 1967, 1968 & 1969.[2] More premierships followed in 1972 and 1974.[3] In 1983, the club moved to the Sir Bruce Small Park. The club sneak into the 1983 Grand Final, and were runners up to Coolangatta. They bounced back to win the 1984 premiership at Carrara but lost in 1985 by five points. Max McMahon was appointed senior coach in 1992 and he secured a Premiership in his first year
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Darren Carlson
Darren Graham Carlson (born 6 May 1967) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with the Brisbane Bears
Brisbane Bears
in the Victorian/ Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(VFL/AFL). Carlson played his ju
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Brisbane Bears
Brisbane
Brisbane
(/ˈbrɪzbən/ ( listen))[8] is the capital of and most populous city in the Australian state of Queensland,[9] and the third most populous city in Australia
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1988 VFL Draft
The 1988 VFL draft was the third annual national draft held by the Victorian Football League (now known as the Australian Football League). It consisted of a pre-season draft and a national draft. In 1988 there were 112 picks to be drafted between 14 teams in the national draft
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