List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria

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This is a list of former Australian Rules Football competitions in the Australian state of Victoria.

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Metropolitan competitions

Country competitions

List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria
List of former Australian rules football competitions in Victoria

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References

  1. Dandenong Journal
  2. Caulfield Oakleigh District Times
  3. Catholic Advocate
  4. Dandenong Journal
  5. Box Hill Reporter
  6. Box Hill Reporter
  7. Moorabbin Standard
  8. Sporting Globe
  9. Whittlesea Post
  10. Ringwood Mail
  11. Ringwood Mail
  12. Werribee Banner
  13. Werribee Banner
  14. Catholic Advocate
  15. Ararat Advertiser
  16. Bacchus Marsh Express
  17. Bairnsdale Advertiser
  18. Bairnsdale Advertiser
  19. Ballarat Courier
  20. Ballarat Courier
  21. Wonthaggi Sentinel
  22. Morwell Advertiser
  23. Horsham Times
  24. Creswick Advertiser
  25. Colac Herald
  26. Traralgon Journal
  27. Snowy River Mail
  28. Riverine Herald
  29. Gippsland Times
  30. Avoca Mail
  31. Skipton Standard
  32. Nhill Free Press
  33. Swan Hill Guardian
  34. Terang Express
  35. North West Express
  36. Geelong Advertiser
  37. Warrnambool Standard
  38. Gippsland Times
  39. Sea Lake Times
  40. Hamilton Spectator
  41. Pakenham Gazette
  42. Hamilton Spectator