Victorian Football

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1958 Melbourne Carnival - Results - Section A
... Winning team Score Losing team Score Victorian Football Association 15.12 (102) Tasmania 13.16 (94) Western Australia 11.12 (78) South Australia 7.18 (60) Victorian Football ...
Imperfect Season - Australian Rules Football - VFA/VFL
... From the time of the formation of the Victorian Football League in 1896 until it was disbanded in 1995, the Victorian Football Association (VFA) was the second-tier club competition in Victoria, after ...
Bill Mc Speerin
3 June 1943) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... A rover, McSpeerin debuted with Fitzroy when the club was still in the Victorian Football Association (VFA) and was a member of their 1895 premiership side ... When the Victorian Football League was formed in 1897, McSpeerin was a key member of the team and appeared in 10 out of a possible 14 games that season, including one match against St ...
Collingwood Football Club (VFL) - History
... Collingwood originally joined the Victorian Football Association (which later became the modern day VFL in 1996) in 1892 ... In 1897, Collingwood was one of the eight breakaway clubs to form the Victorian Football League (which later became the modern day AFL in 1990), and ... competition from 1919–1991, and a de facto AFL reserves competition known as the Victorian State Football League operated from 1992–1999 ...
Charlie Ricketts
... (born 3 July 1885) was an Australian rules footballer and coach in the Victorian Football League ... Ricketts was a champion rover for the Richmond Football Club in the Victorian Football Association from 1903 to 1905 ... The next season he crossed to the South Melbourne Football Club in the Victorian Football League ...

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