There were six teams in the Canberra League in 1967, Acton, Ainslie, ANU, Eastlake, Manuka and Turner-Queanbeyan.
Ainslie played Manuka in the Second Semi-Final at Ainslie Oval. Manuka were too good winning by 60 points.
- Final score: Ainslie: 8.10-58 def by Manuka 16.22-118
- Goal kickers for Ainslie: Neeson 3, Hassett 2, O’Toole 1, Ryan 1, Rendell 1
- Best: Bloomfield, Tucker, O’Toole, Ryan, Neeson, Edwards, Black
In the Preliminary Final at Ainslie Oval Eastlake defeated Ainslie by 20 points.
- Final score: Ainslie 10.13-73 def by Eastlake 14.9-93
- Goal kickers for Ainslie: Hassett 4, Cox 2, Neeson 2, Drake 1, Moore 1
- Best: O’Toole, Cox, Tucker, Hassett, Drake, Kershaw
The Ainslie First Grade Preliminary Final team was:
- Backs: Michael Noonan, Charlie Smith, Bob Dunkeld
- Half Backs: Murdoch, Tucker, Edwards
- Centres: Ralph Rendell, Ricky Moore, Barry Kershaw
- Half Forwards: Bill Drake, Alan Bloomfield, Kevin Hassett
- Forwards: Cox, Norm Neeson, Mick Warren
- Rucks: O’Toole, Peter Searle, Bernie Ryan
- Reserves: John McMillan, Tony Irvine
Manuka defeated Eastlake in the Grand Final 11.15-81 to 6.13-49 to win its first Premiership in 12 years.
Ainslie won the L J Hooker Shield as the pest Performed Club.
Norm Neeson was the leading goal kicker in the League with 60 goals for the season.
Bill Drake was appointed Captain/Coach of the Canberra Representative team. Other Ainslie players who played Representative football in 1967 were Alan Bloomfield, Ric Moore, Laurie O’Toole, Brian Read, Charles Smith and Tony White.