East Keilor Football Club

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East Keilor
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Full nameEast Keilor Football Club
NicknameThe Cougars
SportAustralian rules football
Founded1967
League Essendon District Football League
Home groundOverland Reserve, East Keilor
Colours  Navy blue   Red   Gold
PresidentGeoff Nicholl
SecretaryGavan Wignall
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East Keilor Football Club is an Australian rules football club located 16 km northwest of Melbourne in the suburb of East Keilor. The club was founded in 1967 as a junior club.

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The Senior club was established in 1971 in B Grade and the club's first premiership was in 1978. The club's second B Grade premiership was in 1992. The club won Senior Division 2 premierships in 2012, 2014 and 2016.

After losing the A Grade grand final in 1993 the club's won its only A Grade premiership in 1994.

The club fields eight under-age teams. The club has won 28 junior premierships.

Senior Premierships (6)

Division 2 2012, 2014, 2016. B Grade 1978, 1992 A Grade 1994

Notable AFL footballers

Ash Fernee - Adelaide

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