Daylesford Football Club

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Full nameDaylesford Football Netball Club
Nickname(s)Bulldogs
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Founded1877;145 years ago (1877)
Colours  blue   white   red
Competition Central Highlands Football League
Premierships5 (1927, 1961, 2007, 2009, 2012)
Ground(s)Victoria Park, Daylesford
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Official website daylesfordbulldogs.com.au

Daylesford Football Netball Club, nicknamed the Bulldogs, is an Australian rules football and netball club based in the Victorian town of Daylesford. The club plays in the Central Highlands Football League. The team was formerly known as the Daylesford Demons until 2005. When it changed to the Central Highlands Football league in 2006, Changing to the Bulldogs colours. That had previously Been worn by Korweinguboora football club in the Clunes league that eventually became the CHFL

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The club competed for many years in the Ballarat Football League winning only one premiership. In 1961, with the help of Jim Gull (ex South Melbourne player) who would kick the league goalkicking record of 159 goals the Demons won their only flag. The reserve team managed to win two further premierships in 1962 and 1964 under senior premiership coach Jim Gull. The club never again reached a grand final but endured years of different results some in the bottom of the ladder while others saw them competing in finals and at times just missing out on no a grand final appearance. Whilest others finishing at the bottom of the ladder. At the end of the 2005 season a majority votev saw them switch to the Central Highlands League. [1] [2]

Daylesford's senior side has had a successful run since joining the Central Highlands Football League with three premiership wins in 2007, 2009 and 2012.

Premierships

VFL/AFL players

[ Charlie Merendaz] - {AFL NM}

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