Kyabram District Football Netball League
FormerlyKyabram District Football League
SportAustralian rules football
Founded1932
No. of teams14
Competitors
CountryAustralia

The Kyabram District Football League (KDL) is an Australian rules football league in Victoria. It is made up of 15 teams; the most recent additions include Dookie United in 2018 and Shepparton East in 2019.[1] The KDL is made up of smaller country town football clubs in the Goulburn Valley.

The majority of these towns have a population base of around 1000 people, each of these clubs aims to field four football sides in the Senior, Reserve, Under 18 and Under 13 divisions of the KDFL as well as eight netball sides in A-Grade, B-Grade, C-Grade, C Reserve, 17 & Under, 15 & Under, 13 & Under and 11 & Under divisions,

The KDL season is made up of 18 rounds in the home and away season, with each side playing 16 games, at the conclusion of the home and away season, the top six teams in each division face off in the finals series. The top two teams in this series are assured a second chance at making the Grand Final, however the third, fourth, fifth and sixth placed teams have no such luxury and are eliminated after any loss, this system works to reward the teams who have performed better over the home and away season.

During the season, each club will play eight home games and eight away games, in finals however, venues are designated to different clubs on a cycle. For over a decade the Grand Final has been hosted by Goulburn Valley Football League ground, Mooroopna hosting on most occasions and Tatura being the venue in 2013.

History

The original Kyabram District Football Association was formed in 1915 at a meeting at Mate's Hotel, Kyabram from the following clubs - Kyabram Ramblers, Kyabram Rovers, Merrigum, Tongala, Undera and Wyuna,[2] but when several club's pulled out mid season to take up lessons in rifle shooting, by the Kyabram Rifle Club, the season was abandoned, due to the local World War One movement.[3]

The Kyabram District Football Association was formed in 1932,[4][5] changing its name to Kyabram District Football League in 1960.[6]

The Kyabram District Patriotic Football League was established in 1944 and continued on in 1945 to provide some local football in the Goulburn Valley area and also raised £400 in funds for the War.[7]

In 2021, 18 home and away matches were played in the KDFNL, but no finals series was played due to the COVID-19 situation enforced by the Victorian Labor Government.

Current Clubs

Colours Club Nickname Years in comp KDFL Premierships Premiership Years
Avenel Swans 1976– 6 1978, 1979, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1994
Dookie United Dooks 2018– 0 -
Girgarre Kangaroos 1932–38,[8] 1940,[9] 1944-47, 1949-[10] 4 1952, 1976, 1983, 1991
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Lancaster Wombats 1932– 11 1932, 1934, 1935, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1992, 2001, 2011, 2022, 2023
Longwood Redlegs 2010– 0 -
Merrigum Bulldogs 1933-1939,[11] 1946–[12] 9 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1957, 1986, 1987, 1990, 2015
Murchison-Toolamba Grasshoppers 1964– 4 1964, 1966, 1982, 2013
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Nagambie Lakers 1965– 13 1965, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1975, 1977, 1998, 1999, 2010, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
Rushworth Tigers 1998– 1 2004
Shepparton East Eagles 1956–1961, 2019– 4 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961
Stanhope Lions 1933-1945, 1995– 7 1936, 1938, 1944, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2008
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Tallygaroopna Redlegs 1958– 6 1963, 1971, 1973, 1974, 2005, 2018
Undera Lions 1940–47,[13] 1953–[14] 7 1947, 1955, 1962, 1968, 1972, 1997, 2009
Violet Town Towners 2006– 1 2012
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Violet Town War Memorial Gates

Former Clubs

Colours Club Nickname Years in comp KDFL Premierships Premiership Years Fate
Ardmona Bush Cats 1957-2021 5 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2006 In recess since 2021 season
Army Camp No. 1 1946 1 1946 Folded
Cooma 1948-1954[15] 0 - Folded
Congupna The Road 1956-1961 1 1956 Moved to Benalla Tungamah Football League in 1962, joined the Murray Football Netball League in 1997.
Corop 1936[16] 0 - Folded prior to 1937 season.[17]
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[18]

Kyabram Imperials[19] 1948-1950 1 1948 Folded in April, 1951.[20]
purple & gold[21] Kyabram Saturdays 1932-1940 1 1933 Folded
Kyabram Youth Club 1951-1958 1 1954 formed in April, 1951 and folded in early 1956.
Kyabram Legion Rovers[22] 1948-1949[23] 0 - Folded
Miepoll 1955-1962[24] 0 - Folded after 1962 season.[25]
Tatura Juniors 1947 - [26] 0 ?
Tongala Blues 1936-1945 4 1937, 1939, 1940, 1945 Moved to Goulburn Valley Football Netball League following 1945 season, moved to Murray Football Netball League in 2005.
Wyuna 1932-1936, 1946-1952 0 - Folded in April, 1953.[27]
Yea Tigers 1986-1997, 2006-2007 - - Moved to Central Goulburn Football League following 1997 season, moved to AFL Yarra Ranges (now Outer East Football Netball League) following 2007 season

Football Records

Seniors
Most flags in a row
4 – Shepparton East 1958–1961
Most consecutive grand finals
7 - Merrigum: 1947 to 1953 (Premiers: 1949, 50, 51 & 53)
Most goals in a grand final
12 - 1953: Les Pell - Merrigum
Highest score in a grand final
1967: Nagambie: 24.19 - 163 d Merrigum: 6.3 - 39
Highest overall score
Stanhope: 62.30 - 402 d Ardmona 0.1 - 1. Rd. 12, 6 July 2019[28]
Most McNamara Medal / KDFNL best & fairest wins
4 - Rohan Aldous: 1988, 1998, 1999, 2000.
Most goals in a game
34 – Craig Whelan: Violet Town: 56.22 - 358 d Ardmona: 2.5 - 17. Rd. 12, 30 June 2012[29]
Most goals in a season
173 – Perry Meka – Ardmona – 1992
Most wins in a row
35 – Lancaster 2001–2002, but lost the 2002 grand final to Ardmona.
Most losses in a row

Senior Football Grand Finals

Seniors
Year Premiers Score Runners Up Score Captain/Coach Venue Gate
Kyabram DFA
1932 Lancaster 8.6 - 54 Kyabram Saturdays 7.7 - 49 W McKenzie Wyuna £2/10
1933 Kyabram Saturdays 6.11 - 47 Lancaster 6.6 - 42 Ross Cooper Wyuna £16/6/6
1934 Lancaster 9.4 - 58 Stanhope 8.8 - 56 F Schefferle Kyabram £29/11[36]
1935 Lancaster 8.15 - 63 Stanhope 5.9 - 39 F Schefferle Kyabram £34/5[37]
1936 Stanhope 13.10 - 88 Tongala 11.12 - 78 W Buzza Kyabram £33 9/6 11/
1937 Tongala 13.14 - 92 Lancaster 13.14 - 92 G Fraser Kyabram
1938 Stanhope 10.5 - 65 Tongala 9.7 - 61 Bert Pattison Kyabram [38]
1939 Tongala 15.9 - 98 Stanhope 13.12 - 90 G Fraser Kyabram [39]
1940 Tongala 9.11 - 65 Stanhope 4.8 - 32 G Fraser Kyabram £15 6/6
1941-43 In recess > WW2.
Kyabram Patriotic FL
1944 Stanhope 15.16 - 106 Ky Valley 8.15 - 63 A Pattison Kyabram £51/10/-
1945 Tongala 18.17 - 125 Stanhope 11.9 - 75 K Aldous Kyabram £97 2/6[40]
Kyabram DFA
1946 Army Camp No.1 14.8 - 92 Undera 13.10 - 88 Kyabram
1947 Undera 10.8 - 68 Merrigum 7.16 - 58 B Tyndell Kyabram "More than £50"
1948 Kyabram Imperials 12.14 - 86 Merrigum 9.14 - 68 W Connors Kyabram
1949 Merrigum 8.15 - 63 Kyabram Imperials 7.5 - 47 M Turnbull Cooma [41]
1950 Merrigum 10.10 - 70 Lancaster 6.12 - 48 Kyabram [42]
1951 Merrigum 14.12 - 96 Girgarre 10.6 - 66 M Fitzgerald Kyabram [43]
1952 Girgarre 8.12 - 60 Merrigum 4.9 - 33 Kyabram [44]
1953 Merrigum 24.11 - 155 Kyabram Boy's Club 11.15 - 81 J Davies Kyabram [45]
1954 Kyabram Boy's Club 10.12 - 72 Lancaster 10.5 - 65 Lindsay Dillon Kyabram [46][47]
1955 Undera 6.8 - 44 Lancaster 5.7 - 37 Dick Ough Kyabram £121[48]
1956 Congupna 10.10 - 70 Merrigum 9.4 - 58 [49]
1957 Merrigum
1958 Shepparton East
1959 Shepparton East 4.8 - 32 Girgarre 1.7 - 13 [50]
Kyabram DFL
1960 Shepparton East 11.12 - 78 Congupna 7.6 - 48 [51]
1961 Shepparton East
1962 Undera
1963 Tallygaroopna 14.11 - 95 Girgarre 13.16 - 94 [52]
1964 Murchison 14.14 - 98 Merrigum 3.7 - 25 [53]
1965 Nagambie 10.13 - 73 Tallygaroopna 9.7 - 61
1966 Murchison 10.15 - 75 Nagambie 8.15 - 63
1967 Nagambie 24.19 - 163 Merrigum 6.3 - 39
1968 Undera 11.26 - 92 Merrigum 8.13 - 61
1969 Nagambie 11.12 - 78 Tallygaroopna 5.6 - 36
1970 Nagambie 11.8 - 74 Undera 8.9 - 57
1971 Tallygaroopna 11.15 - 81 Nagambie 11.8 - 74
1972 Undera
1973 Tallygaroopna
1974 Tallygaroopna
1975 Nagambie Merrigum
1976 Girgarre 17.13 - 115 Nagambie 14.13 - 97
1977 Nagambie 16.13 - 109 Avenel 12.10 - 82
1978 Avenel 15.13 - 103 Lancaster 9.13 - 67
1979 Avenel 20.12 - 132 Undera 7.12 - 54 [54]
1980 Lancaster 12.10 - 82 Avenel 8.9 - 57 [55]
1981 Lancaster 13.12 - 90 Merrigum 8.17 - 65 [56]
1982 Murchison Avenel
1983 Girgarre 12.5 - 77 Tallygaroopna 9.17 - 71 [57]
1984 Avenel 17.9 - 111 Nagambie 12.14 - 86 [58]
1985 Avenel Nagambie
1986 Merrigum 24.12 - 156 Avenel 9.9 - 63
1987 Merrigum 16.16 - 112 Lancaster 12.6 - 78
1988 Lancaster 19.19 - 133 Murchison 13.15 - 93 [59]
1989 Avenel 13.7 - 85 Girgarre 10.12 - 72 [60]
1990 Merrigum
1991 Girgarre
1992 Lancaster
1993 Ardmona
1994 Avenel
1995 Ardmona
1996 Ardmona
1997 Undera
1998 Nagambie 10.17 - 77 Undera 8.8 - 56
1999 Nagambie 24.5 - 149 Rushworth 10.6 - 66
2000 Stanhope 23.11 - 149 Nagambie 11.11 - 77
2001 Lancaster
2002 Ardmona
2003 Stanhope*
2004 Rushworth
2005 Tallygaroopna
2006 Ardmona
2007 Stanhope
2008 Stanhope
2009 Undera 16. 13 - 109 Nagambie 13. 14 - 92 Terry Mahoney Mooroopna
2010 Nagambie 12.17 - 89 Undera 10.14 - 74 Robert Auld Mooroopna
2011 Lancaster 17.9 - 111 Rushworth 9.13 - 67 Paul Burnett Mooroopna
2012 Violet Town 23.18 - 156 Undera 11.14 - 80 Hayden Lamaro Mooroopna [61][62]
2013 Murchison 16.19 - 115 Stanhope 12.12 - 84 Steve Reeves Mooroopna
2014 Nagambie 18.12 - 120 Merrigum 13.7 - 85 Linc Sullivan Mooroopna
2015 Merrigum 11.9 - 75 Stanhope 8.2 - 50 Christian Barnett Mooroopna
2016 Nagambie 17.16 - 118 Avenel 15.10 - 100 Linc Sullivan Mooroopna
2017 Nagambie 21.16-142 Violet Town 13.11-89 Linc Sullivan Mooroopna
2018 Tallygaroopna 11.18 - 81 Nagambie 9.6 - 60 Kevin O'Donoghue Mooroopna
2019 Nagambie 18.9 - 117 Tallygaroopna 9.5 - 59 Anthony Haysom Mooroopna
2020 KDFNL in recess > COVID-19
2021 Tallygaroopna 1st Stanhope 2nd Daniel Kirchen No finals series > COVID-19
2022 Lancaster 6.10 - 46 Murchison Toolamba 5.6 - 36 Tom Davies Mooroopna [63]
2023 Lancaster 19.11 - 125 Nagambie 8.12 - 60 Tom Davies Mooroopna [64]
Year Premiers Score Runner up Score Captain / Coach Venue Gate

In 1944 and 1945, the competition was called the Kyabram District Patriotic Football League.

Awards

Football Premierships

Year Seniors Reserves Thirds Fourths
2023 Lancaster Lancaster Violet Town Dookie United
2022 Lancaster Lancaster Nagambie
2021 Lancaster: 1st
2020 No Season No Season No Season
2019 Nagambie Tallygaroopna Lancaster
2018 Tallygaroopna Stanhope Lancaster
2017 Nagambie Merrigum Tallygaroopna
2016 Nagambie Nagambie Merrigum
2015 Merrigum Lancaster Lancaster
2014 Nagambie Rushworth Ardmona
2013 Murchison Undera Lancaster
2012 Violet Town Tallygaroopna Lancaster
2011 Lancaster Lancaster Tallygaroopna (Premiers & Champions)
2010 Nagambie Stanhope Murchison (Premiers & Champions)
2009 Undera Undera Rushworth
2008 Stanhope Stanhope Nagambie
2007 Stanhope Lancaster Violet Town
2006 Ardmona Ardmona Avenel
2005 Tallygaroopna Stanhope Avenel
2004 Rushworth Tallygaroopna Lancaster
2003 Stanhope (Premiers & Champions) Stanhope Merrigum
2002[65] Ardmona Avenel Merrigum
2001 Lancaster Murchison Stanhope
2000 Stanhope Lancaster Avenel
1999 Nagambie (Premiers & Champions) Rushworth Stanhope
1998 Nagambie Rushworth Lancaster
1997 Undera Ardmona Stanhope
1996 Ardmona Ardmona Stanhope
1995 Ardmona Lancaster Girgarre
1994 Avenel Tallygaroopna Avenel (Premiers & Champions)
1993 Ardmona Ardmona Yea
1992 Lancaster Lancaster Yea
1991 Girgarre Tallygaroopna Merrigum
1990 Merrigum Merrigum Yea (Premiers & Champions)
1989[66] Avenel Girgarre Merrigum
1988[67] Lancaster Yea Merrigum
1987[68] Merrigum Lancaster Yea (Premiers & Champions)
1986 Merrigum Merrigum Yea (Premiers & Champions)
1985 Avenel Avenel Undera
1984[69] Avenel Tallygaroopna Avenel
1983 Girgarre Nagambie Avenel
1982 Murchison Murchison Nagambie
1981 Lancaster Merrigum (Premiers & Champions) Nagambie
1980 Lancaster Lancaster Murchison
1979 Avenel Avenel Avenel
1978 Avenel Avenel Lancaster
1977[70] Nagambie Lancaster Undera
1976[71] Girgarre Ardmona Nagambie (Premiers & Champions)
1975 Nagambie Tallygaroopna Girgarre
1974 Tallygaroopna Tallygaroopna Lancaster
1973 Tallygaroopna Tallygaroopna Girgarre
1972 Undera Murchison Ardmona
1971[72] Tallygaroopna Girgarre Ardmona
1970[73] Nagambie Girgarre Murchison
1969[74] Nagambie Ardmona
1968 Undera Ardmona
1967[75] Nagambie Murchison
1966[76] Murchison
1965[77] Nagambie
1964 Murchison
1963 Tallygaroopna
1962 Undera
1961 Shepparton East
1960 Shepparton East
1959 Shepparton East
1958 Shepparton East
1957 Merrigum
1956 Congupna
1955 Undera
1954 Kyabram Youth Club
1953 Merrigum
1952 Girgarre
1951 Merrigum
1950 Merrigum
1949 Merrigum
1948[78] Kyabram Imperials
1947[79] Undera
1946[80] Camp No.1 (undefeated)
1945[81] Tongala
1944[82] Stanhope
1941-43 In recess > WW2
1940[83] Tongala
1939[84] Tongala
1938[85] Stanhope
1937[86] Tongala
1936[87] Stanhope
1935[88] Lancaster
1934[89] Lancaster
1933[90] Kyabram Saturdays
1932[91] Lancaster

Football Best & Fairest Winners

Seniors - McNamara Medal.

The Bryan McNamara Memorial Medal was instituted by Mrs Byran McNamara as her late husband was a keen supporter and volunteer of the Kyabram DFA.[92]


Leading Goal Kickers

Year Player Club H&A goals Finals goals Total Goals
1958 R Adams Miepoll 60 60
1959 Jim Baker Cogupna Road 104 9 113
1960 William Tyquin Shepparton East 67 1 68
1961 W Betson Cogupna Road 87 4 91
1962 J Corken Tallygaroopna 71 8 79
1963 0
1964 Jim Tweedle Murchison 57 6 63
1965 Jim Tweedle Murchison 85 10 95
1966 Dick Moore Nagambie 135 0 135
1967 Brian Lodding Nagambie 43 6 49
1968 Peter Mark Undera 58 0 58
1969 Stan Atkinson Ardmona 97 3 100
1970 Brian Lodding Nagambie 67 2 69
1971 Col Jones Tallygaroopna 76 1 77
1972 Rex Wright Tallygaroopna 58 11 69
1973 Rex Wright Tallygaroopna 47 6 53
1974 Stuart Florence Ardmona 89 12 101
1975 Wayne Leppard Merrigum 52 5 57
1976 Andrew Jones Girgarre 87 7 94
1977 Murray Kick Murchison 73 2 75
1978 Dennis Patterson Merrigum 72 1 73
1979 Barry Freer Undera 65 8 73
1980 Peter Law Merrigum 71 8 79
1981 Peter Law Merrigum 57 5 62
1982 Trevor Coulstock Lancaster 79 79
1983 Trevor Coulstock Lancaster 65 65
1984 William Hannam Avenel 83 4 87
1985 Brian MacGibbon Tallygaroopna 73 73
1986 Richard Ivey Yea 120 6 126
1987 Robert Walters Murchison 118 14 132
1988 Robert Walters Murchison 84 11 95
1989 Robert Walters Murchison 95 10 105
1990 Robert Walters Murchison 100 12 112
1991 Darren Turner Tallygaroopna 115 5 120
1992 Perry Meka Ardmona 151 22 173
1993 Perry Meka Ardmona 143 28 171
1994 Darren Block Avenel 77 77
1995 Shane Loveless Ardmona 125 27 152
1996 Shane Loveless Ardmona 140 8 148
1997 David Giles Undera 117 9 126
1998 Jodie Canavan Stanhope 116 116
1999 Danny Irwin Rushworth 119 19 138
2000 Gavin Exell Stanhope 104 20 124
2001 Gavin Exell Stanhope 112 23 135
2002 Damien Yze Ardmona 129 25 154
2003 Gavin Exell Stanhope 115 11 126
2004 Jodie Canavan Rushworth 98 10 108
2005 Travis Wayman Tallygaroopna 109 10 119
2006 Perry Meka Ardmona 134 15 149
2007 Perry Meka Ardmona 98 9 107
2008 Adrian Meka Ardmona 97 6 103
2009 Sam LaPorta Undera 88 22 110
2010 Sam LaPorta Undera 111 12 123
2011 Sam LaPorta Undera 96 14 110
2012 Brent Arho Tallygaroopna 125 125
2013 Anthony Mellington Murchison 75 7 82
2014 Patrick Rattray Nagambie 100 15 115
2015 Matt Forys Stanhope 110 23 133
2016 Robert Staff Violet Town 114 2 116
2017 Robert Osborne Rushworth 100 - 100
2018 Mathew Waterman Nagambie 78
2019 Kasey Duncan Avenel 58
2020 In recess>COVID-19
2021 Josh Mellington Violet Town 113
2022 Jack Excell Violet Town 110
Damian Cupido Girgarre 105
2023 James Lloyd Murchieson-Toolamba 74
2024

Kyabram District Junior Football League

The Kyabram District Junior Football Association was formed on Saturday evening, 14th May 1910 at the Albion Hotel, Kyabram from delegates from the following club's - Cooma, Kyabram Imperials, Merrigum and Wyuna.[102] The KDJFA disbanded in May, 1929 due to several clubs pulling out of this Wednesday competition and entering a newly formed Saturday football competition, the Central Goulburn Valley Junior Football Association.[103]

Football Grand Finals
Seniors
Year Premiers Score Runner Up Score Grand Final Venue
1910 Merrigum 9.23 - 77 Lancaster 4.2 - 26 Merrigum[104]
1911 Undera 7.9 - 51 Cooma 2.5 - 17 Kyabram[105]
1912 Lancaster 1.2 - 8 Cooma 0.5 - 5 Kyabram[106]
1913 Kyabram Imperials 3.6 - 24 Undera 2.2 - 14 Kyabram[107]
1914 Kyabram Imperials 5.7 - 37 Wyuna 2.2 - 14 [108]
1915-18 KDJFA in recess > WW1[109]
1919 Lancaster 1.10 - 16 Tongala 2.2 - 14 Wyuna[110]
1920 Tongala 3.3. - 21 Undera 2.2 - 14 Wyuna[111]
1921 Wyuna 7.9 - 51 Tongala 5.11 - 41 Kyabram[112]
1922 Wyuna 7.9 - 51 Undera 7.4 - 46 1st G Final. Kyabram[113][114]
Wyuna 10.18 - 78 Undera 4.4 - 28 2nd G Final. Kyabram[115][116][117]
1923 Tongala 5.5 - 35 Kyabram Imperials 3.7 - 25 [118]
1924 Kyabram Imperials 6.10 - 46 Wyuna 4.6 - 30 Kyabram[119][120]
1925 Kyabram Imperials 9.8 - 62 Cooma 3.2 - 20 Wyuna[121]
1926 Wyuna 7.8 - 50 Kyabram Saturdays 6.9 - 45 [122]
1927 Kyabram Imperials 7.12 - 54 Wyuna 3.5 - 23 Kyabram[123]
1928 Kyabram Imperials 12.12 - 84 Wyuna 9.5 - 59 Kyabram[124]

2014 Ladder

Kyabram DFL Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Merrigum 16 0 2 0 2146 1094 196.16% 64 Elimination Stanhope 12 12 84 Lancaster 14 12 96
Nagambie 16 0 2 0 2074 1073 193.29% 64 Qualifying Murchison 16 19 115 Avenel 13 4 82
Stanhope 15 0 3 0 1829 1039 176.03% 60 Semi Murchison 16 7 103 Lancaster 13 12 90
Murchison 11 0 6 0 1806 1158 155.96% 44 Semi Merrigum 14 8 92 Nagambie 7 16 58
Avenel 11 0 7 0 1391 1325 104.98% 44 Preliminary Nagambie 13 10 88 Murchison 10 15 75
Lancaster 10 0 8 0 1517 1355 111.96% 40 Grand Nagambie 18 12 120 Merrigum 13 7 85
Undera 10 0 8 0 1385 1268 109.23% 40
Tallygaroopna 7 0 11 0 1267 1560 81.22% 28
Ardmona 6 0 12 0 1140 1657 68.80% 24
Rushworth 5 0 12 1 1349 1549 87.09% 22
Violet Town 4 0 13 1 1285 1694 75.86% 18
Girgarre 2 0 16 0 1029 2275 45.23% 8
Longwood 2 0 15 0 879 2050 42.88% 8

2015 Ladder

Kyabram DFL Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Nagambie 17 2 1 0 2562 944 271.40% 76 Elimination Stanhope 16 8 104 Violet Town 8 10 58
Merrigum 16 2 2 0 2510 807 311.03% 72 Qualifying Avenel 15 12 102 Lancaster 14 12 96
Stanhope 14 2 4 0 2084 978 213.09% 64 Semi Stanhope 19 17 131 Avenel 15 13 103
Avenel 13 2 5 0 2306 1222 188.71% 60 Semi Merrigum 14 15 99 Nagambie 10 10 70
Lancaster 12 2 6 0 2331 1015 229.66% 56 Preliminary Stanhope 17 12 114 Nagambie 12 16 88
Violet Town 11 2 7 0 1876 1324 141.69% 52 Grand Merrigum 11 9 75 Stanhope 8 2 50
Murchison 10 2 8 0 1815 1496 121.32% 48
Undera 9 2 9 0 1651 1282 128.78% 44
Girgarre 5 2 13 0 1254 1825 68.71% 28
Tallygaroopna 5 2 13 0 1284 1903 67.47% 28
Ardmona 4 2 14 0 959 2678 35.81% 24
Rushworth 1 2 17 0 728 3378 21.55% 12
Longwood 0 2 18 0 648 3156 20.53% 8

2016 Ladder

Kyabram DFL Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Avenel 17 2 1 0 2295 973 235.87% 76 Elimination Stanhope 15 4 94 Tallygaroopna 9 11 65
Nagambie 16 2 2 0 2199 757 290.49% 72 Qualifying Merrigum 12 14 86 Violet Town 7 9 51
Stanhope 14 2 4 0 1867 911 204.94% 64 Semi Stanhope 17 12 114 Merrigum 9 5 59
Violet Town 12 2 6 0 1845 1108 166.52% 56 Semi Nagambie 15 17 107 Avenel 6 11 47
Merrigum 11 2 7 0 1506 1134 132.80% 52 Preliminary Avenel 15 15 105 Stanhope 10 8 68
Tallygaroopna 10 2 8 0 1963 1032 190.21% 48 Grand Nagambie 17 16 118 Avenel 15 10 100
Lancaster 10 2 8 0 1506 1164 129.38% 48
Murchison 8 2 10 0 1533 1242 123.43% 40
Girgarre 8 2 10 0 1361 1314 103.58% 40
Rushworth 7 2 11 0 1242 1623 76.52% 36
Undera 3 2 15 0 792 1950 40.62% 20
Longwood 1 2 17 0 701 2496 28.08% 12
Ardmona 0 2 18 0 248 3354 7.39% 8

2017 Ladder

Kyabram DFL Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Violet Town 16 2 2 0 2059 1054 195.35% 72 Elimination Stanhope 15 14 104 Lancaster 3 8 26
Nagambie 15 2 3 0 2061 1097 187.88% 68 Qualifying Tallygaroopna 13 15 93 Avenel 15 8 98
Stanhope 13 2 5 0 1767 1018 173.58% 60 Semi Avenel 9 11 65 Stanhope 4 16 40
Avenel 12 2 6 0 1867 1044 178.83% 56 Semi Nagambie 10 13 73 Violet Town 8 9 57
Tallygaroopna 12 2 6 0 2023 1016 199.11% 56 Preliminary Violet Town 16 12 108 Avenel 8 9 57
Lancaster 11 2 7 0 1790 1049 170.64% 52 Grand Nagambie 21 16 142 Violet Town 13 11 89
Murchison 10 2 8 0 1459 1272 114.70% 48
Girgarre 9 2 9 0 1446 1093 132.30% 44
Merrigum 8 2 10 0 1334 1484 89.89% 40
Rushworth 5 2 13 0 1448 1678 86.29% 28
Undera 3 2 15 0 654 2883 22.68% 20
Longwood 3 2 15 0 1154 2574 44.83% 20
Ardmona 0 0 0 0 0 1800 0.00% 0

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