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AFL NEB Female Football League
General Information
Founded 2015
as AFL North East Border Youth Girls[1]
Sports Women's Football (2015–Present)
Affiliation AFL Victoria Country (2015–Present)
Known As
2015-2017 AFL NEB Youth Girls
2018–present AFL NEB Female Football League
2019 Compertitions
Football Women's Open

Youth Girls (13's to 16's)

The Australian Football League North East Border Female Football League (AFL NEB FFL) is a Women's Australian rules football competition based in the greater North East Victoria region of Victoria, Australia.

History

The league was established in 2015 as a pathway for young girls who wanted to continue playing football after Auskick but were unable to compete in traditional male leagues across the region.[2] Since its inception the league has grown to seven clubs and two competitions, one for women aged 13 to 16, and a second open-age competition for women aged 17 years and over.

Clubs

Club Colors Moniker Location State Ground Est. Joined Premierships:
Women's Open
Premierships:
Youth Girls
Alpine Lions [club 1]
Club Website
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[club 2]
Lions Whorouly VIC Whorouly Recreation Reserve 2016 2016 0 0
Lavington
Club Website
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[club 3]
Panthers Hamilton Valley NSW Lavington Sports Ground 1880s 2015 0 3
2015, 2016, 2019
Murray Felines [club 4]
Club Website
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Felines Rutherglen VIC Barkly Park 2016 2016 0 1
2018
Wahgunyah VIC Wahgunyah Recreation Reserve
Corowa NSW John Foord Oval
Thurgoona
Club Website
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Bulldogs Thurgoona NSW Thurgoona Oval 1988 2017 2
2018, 2019
0
Wangaratta Rovers
Club Website
AFL Hawthorn Icon.jpg
Rovers Wangaratta VIC W.J. Findlay Oval 1922 2018 0 0
Wodonga Raiders
Club Website
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Raiders Wodonga VIC Birallee Park 1975 2015 0 1
2017
Yarrawonga
Club Website
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Pigeons Yarrawonga VIC J.C. Lowe Oval 1889 2017 0 0
The leagues lineup of clubs has remained unchanged since the 2018 AFL NEB Female Football League season.

Seasons

2015

2016

Ladder[4] Wins Losses Draws Byes For Against % Pts
Lavington 8 1 0 0 593 131 452.67% 32
Wodonga Raiders 5 4 0 0 422 337 125.22% 20
Alpine Lions 5 4 0 0 445 380 117.11% 20
Murray Felines 0 9 0 0 68 680 10.00% 0
Finals[5] Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
1st Semi Alpine Lions 15 12 102 Murray Felines 0 0 0
2nd Semi Lavington 6 6 42 Wodonga Raiders 4 6 30
Preliminary Wodonga Raiders 3 6 24 Alpine Lions 2 9 21
Grand Lavington 9 11 65 Wodonga Raiders 3 6 24

2017

T.B.A.

2018

T.B.A.

T.B.A.

2019

T.B.A.

T.B.A.

2021 Ladder

North East Women's Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Wodonga Raiders 10 0 0 0 489 100 489.00% 40 1st Semi Wangaratta Rovers 12 6 78 Murray Felines 1 2 8
Lavington 6 0 3 0 389 155 250.97% 24 2nd Semi Lavington 4 9 33 Wodonga Raiders 3 5 23
Wangaratta Rovers 4 0 4 0 228 241 94.61% 16 Preliminary Wodonga Raiders 10 6 66 Wangaratta Rovers 0 4 4
Murray Felines 1 0 7 0 40 353 11.33% 4 Grand 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alpine Lions 1 0 8 0 64 361 17.73% 4 Grand final cancelled due to Government lockdown

2022 Ladder

North East Womens Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Wodonga Raiders 10 0 2 0 742 96 772.92% 40 1st Semi Wangaratta Rovers 5 8 38 Murray Felines 1 1 7
Lavington 10 0 2 0 778 122 637.70% 40 2nd Semi Wodonga Raiders 1 3 9 Lavington 0 2 2
Wangaratta Rovers 6 0 6 0 372 509 73.08% 24 Preliminary Lavington 6 6 42 Wangaratta Rovers 1 3 9
Murray Felines 4 0 8 0 246 451 54.55% 16 Grand Lavington 2 4 16 Wodonga Raiders 1 1 7
Thurgoona 0 0 12 0 87 1047 8.31% 0

Notes

  1. ^ The Alpine Lions Female Football Club is supported by the Whorouly Football Netball Club.
  2. ^     - Alpine Lions club jumpers are pink with a top third blue and a white lion on the front.
  3. ^     - Lavington Panthers club jumpers are black with twin white and pink vee's.
  4. ^ The Murray Felines Female Football Club is supported by the Rutherglen Football Netball Club, Wahgunyah Football Netball Club, and Corowa-Rutherglen Football Netball Club.

References