2010-AFL Canberra Premiership Team

2010-AFL Canberra Premiership Team

AFL Canberra 2010 Competition had 6 teams, Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Queanbeyan, Sydney Swans Reserves and Tuggeranong. Ainslie finished second after the home and away games behind the Sydney Swans Reserves. The two teams played in the Major Semi-Final at Manuka Oval in very heavy conditions and Ainslie were able to ...
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2011-NEAFL Eastern Conference Premiership Team

2011-NEAFL Eastern Conference Premiership Team

Ainslie played in the newly created NEAFL competition which was divided into two conferences, Eastern Conference and Northern Conference. Teams in the Eastern Conference were Ainslie. Belconnen, Eastlake, GWS Giants Reserves, Queanbeyan, Sydney Swans Reserves and Tuggeranong. Teams in the Northern Conference were Aspley, Brisbane Lions Reserves, Broadbeach, Gold Coast ...
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2012 - Ainslie NEAFL Squad

2012 – Ainslie NEAFL Squad

With the addition of two teams from Sydney there were 9 teams in the NEAFL Eastern Conference, Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Hills Eagles, Queanbeyan, Sydney Swans Reserves, Sydney University, Tuggeranong and UWS Giants. Teams in the Northern Conference were Aspley, Brisbane Lions Reserves, Broadbeach, Gold Coast Suns Reserves, Labrador, Morningside, Mt ...
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2013 - Ainslie NEAFL Squad

2013 – Ainslie NEAFL Squad

There were 9 teams in the NEAFL Eastern Conference, Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Hills Eagles, Queanbeyan, Sydney Swans Reserves, Sydney University, Tuggeranong and UWS Giants. Teams in the Northern Conference were Aspley, Brisbane Lions Reserves, Broadbeach, Gold Coast Suns Reserves, Labrador, Morningside, Mt Gravatt, NT Thunder, Redland, Southport. Chris Rourke continued ...
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2014 - Ainslie Senior Squad

2014 – Ainslie Senior Squad

The NEAFL competition consisted of fourteen teams, Ainslie, Aspley, Belconnen, Brisbane Lions, Eastlake, Gold Coast Suns, NT Thunder, Queanbeyan, Redland, Southport, Sydney Hills Eagles, Sydney Swans, Sydney University and UWS Giants. The Eastern and Northern Conferences were combined into the one competition. Queensland teams Morningside, Labrador, Broadbeach and Mt Gravatt ...
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2015 - Ainslie NEAFL and First Grade Squad

2015 – Ainslie NEAFL and First Grade Squad

The NEAFL competition consisted of eleven teams, Ainslie, Aspley, Brisbane Lions, Eastlake, Gold Coast Suns, NT Thunder, Redland, Southport, Sydney Swans, Sydney University and UWS Giants. Canberra teams Belconnen and Queanbeyan withdrew from the NEAFL at the end of 2014 along with the Sydney Hills Eagles. Ainslie finished the home ...
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2016 - Ainslie First Grade Premiership Team

2016 – Ainslie First Grade Premiership Team

Ainslie Football Club withdrew from the NEAFL competition and returned to the Canberra Community competition. This left Eastlake as the only remaining ACT NEAFL team and they changed their named to the Canberra Demons. Ainslie had teams in all possible Grades, being the only Club to do so, supporting six ...
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2017

2017

Ainslie again had teams in all possible Grades, being the only Club to do so, supporting six teams. The AFL Canberra First Grade, Second Grade and Rising Stars competitions consisted of six Clubs, Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Gungahlin, Queanbeyan and Tuggeranong. At the end of the home and away games Ainslie ...
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