Lexton Plains Football League

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The Lexton Plains Football League was an Australian rules football competition in western Victoria, Australia. The league ran an annual competition from 1999 to 2010.

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Lexton Plains Football League
General Information
Years Active1999 - 2010
Records
Highest Score464 - Carngham-Linton 72.32.464 v Landsborough 0.3.3 - 2001
Most goals in a game29 - Justin Porter - Carngham-Linton v Landsborough - 2001
Most goals in a season140 -Justin Porter – Carngham-Linton - 2001

History

The Western Plains FL was formed in 1930 and the Lexton FL was formed in 1945. In 1999, The Lexton Football League and the Western Plains Football League merged to form the Lexton Plains FL.

The league folded after the 2010 season, with the last grand final being postponed due to the flooding isolating clubs scheduled to play. Navarre, Natte-Bealiba and Lexton joined the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League, the Ararat Eagles joined the Mininera & District Football League and the four other clubs joined the Central Highlands Football League in an 18 team Competition for 2011.

First Ladder 1999

ClubWinsByesLossesForAgainst%Pts
Carngham-Linton171025091297193.472
Navarre13231882728258.560
Lexton131419351120172.856
Avoca122415581281121.656
Skipton101718291780102.844
Rokewood-Corindhap7291584167994.336
Illabarook62101327165280.332
Marnoo42121067181658.824
Natte-Bealiba41131189158575.020
Dunolly32131221224954.320
Landsborough12151095200954.512

Premiers

2008 Ladder

Lexton PlainsWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Rokewood-Corindhap 150011797872206.08%62
Skipton 1302116541212136.47%54
Carngham-Linton 1204018581235150.45%48
Navarre 70901199127693.97%28
Illabarook 601001234146984.00%24
Lexton501011267157180.65%22
Natte-Bealiba301301157146479.03%12
Ararat Eagles10141773184042.01%6

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationIllabarook10767Navarre6945
QualifyingCarngham-Linton2012132Skipton81260
1st SemiSkipton209129Illabarook12577
2nd SemiCarngham-Linton1712114Rokewood-Corindhap14387
PreliminarySkipton4731Rokewood-Corindhap3725
GrandCarngham-Linton13886Skipton111480


2009 Ladder

Lexton PlainsWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Skipton 150101897902210.31%60
Carngham-Linton 1204015291003152.44%48
Rokewood-Corindhap 1204015631072145.80%48
Navarre 907014081247112.91%36
Natte-Bealiba 50110966158361.02%20
Illabarook401201068154369.22%16
Lexton401201018159363.90%16
Ararat Eagles30130951145765.27%12

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationNavarre1512102Natte-Bealiba4731
QualifyingRokewood-Corindhap13886Carngham-Linton91771
1st SemiCarngham-Linton199123Navarre9660
2nd SemiSkipton111884Rokewood-Corindhap9761
PreliminaryCarngham-Linton203123Rokewood-Corindhap81260
GrandSkipton179111Carngham-Linton10969


2010 Ladder

Lexton PlainsWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Skipton 150101909834228.90%60
Rokewood-Corindhap 120401382893154.76%48
Lexton 110501385914151.53%44
Navarre 110501209972124.38%44
Carngham-Linton 709013051118116.73%28
Illabarook50110927130171.25%20
Natte-Bealiba30130939123476.09%12
Ararat Eagles00160567235724.06%0

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationCarngham-Linton6844Navarre5737
QualifyingLexton5737Rokewood-Corindhap1713
1st SemiRokewood-Corindhap1510100Carngham-Linton4832
2nd SemiLexton11571Skipton81563
PreliminarySkipton81058Rokewood-Corindhap6440
GrandSkipton1615111Lexton3826


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