|Final Season Clubs|| Beulah-Hopetoun |
|Premiers||Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers|
|Minor Premiers||Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers|
(14 wins, 2 losses)
(3 win, 13 losses)
The Mallee Football Netball League (MFNL) was an Australian rules football and netball competition finishing in 2015 with just five clubs based in the Mallee region of northwestern Victoria, Australia. The league featured three grades in the Australian rules football competition, being First-Grade, Reserve-Grade and Under 16s. It is not to be confused with the identically named Mallee Football League (South Australia).
The Mallee Football League was formed in 1997 from the merger of the Northern Mallee Football League and Southern Mallee Football League. The Northern Mallee Football League had been reduced to four clubs after Ouyen Rovers and Tempy-Gorya-Patchewollock merged to form Ouyen United. The Mallee Football League was disbanded at the end of the 2015 season due to insufficient member clubs.
|Club||Years in Competition||MFL Premierships||Moved to|
|Berri-Culgoa||1997-2002||1||Merged with Sea Lake-Nandaly|
|Beulah*||1997-2014||6||Merged with Hopetoun|
|Brim**||1997-2001||0||Merged with Warracknabeal|
|Hopetoun*||1997-2014||0||Merged with Beulah|
|Jeparit-Rainbow||1997-2014||1||Horsham & District Football League|
|Manangatang***||1997-2003||1||Central Murray Football League|
|Nullawil||1997||0||Golden Rivers Football League|
|Ouyen United****||1997-2015||2||Sunraysia Football League|
|Sea Lake-Nandaly||1997-2002||0||Merged with Berri-Culgoa|
|Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers||2003-2015||3||North Central Football League|
|Southern Mallee Giants||2015||0||Horsham & District Football League|
|Walpeup-Underbool****||1997-2015||4||Sunraysia Football League|
(*) Beulah merged with Hopetoun to form Southern Mallee Giants (**) Brim merged with Warracknabeal to form Warrack Eagles (***) Manangatang merged with Tooleybuc to form Tooleybuc-Manangatang (****) Walpeup-Underbool merged with Ouyen United and decided to keep the Ouyen United name but wear Walpeup-Underbool's Kangaroos colours before entering the Sunraysia league in 2016.
|Year||Player||H&A goals||Finals goals||Total Goals|
|1997||Tony Doran (Nullawil)||110||2||112|
|1998||Anthony Perkins (Jeparit Rainbow)||75||1||76|
|1999||Joel Robins (Beulah)||121||19||140|
|2000||Greg Barras (Sea Lake Nandaly)||100||10||110|
|2001||Joel Robins (Beulah)||81||7||88|
|2002||Jarrod Arentz (Manangatang)||132||19||151|
|2003||Jarrod Arentz (Manangatang)||75||17||92|
|2004||Tom Vadljo (Ouyen United)||79||0||79|
|2005||Ben Zanker (Jeparit Rainbow)||80||0||80|
|2006||Robert Lindsey (Ouyen United)||105||0||105|
|2007||Mattre Brown (Walpeup-Underbool)||67||0||67|
|2008||Simon Weekley (Sea Lake Nandaly)||97||0||97|
|2009||Nathan Wight (Sea Lake Nandaly)||81||0||81|
|2010||Bryce Wellington (Hopetoun)||67||0||67|
|2011||Robert Lindsey (Ouyen United)||98||13||111|
|2012||David King (Beulah)||69||0||69|
|2013||Cliff Ryan (Sea Lake Nandaly)||98||12||110|
|2014||Cliff Ryan (Sea Lake Nandaly)||74||3||77|
|2015||Jordan Doering (Sea Lake Nandaly)||69||13||82|
|Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||13||3||3||0||1945||1013||192.00%||52||2nd Semi||Walpeup-Underbool||6||5||41||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||5||4||34|
|Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||15||3||1||0||2023||783||258.37%||60||1st Semi||Walpeup-Underbool||14||12||96||Beulah||9||16||70|
|Ouyen United||12||3||4||0||1772||1227||144.42%||48||2nd Semi||Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers||14||12||96||Ouyen United||10||4||64|
|Beulah||9||3||6||1||1341||1228||109.20%||38||Grand||Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers||19||19||133||Ouyen United||14||16||100|
|Ouyen United||14||3||2||0||2102||998||210.62%||56||2nd Semi||Beulah||17||10||112||Ouyen United||15||7||97|
|Ouyen United||14||3||2||0||2218||1196||185.45%||56||1st Semi||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||14||19||103||Hopetoun||12||10||82|
|Beulah||13||3||3||0||1823||1218||149.67%||52||2nd Semi||Ouyen United||23||15||153||Beulah||6||14||50|
|Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||6||3||10||0||1238||1438||86.09%||24||Grand||Ouyen United||17||14||116||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||8||12||60|
|Walpeup-Underbool||14||3||2||0||1905||1329||143.34%||68||1st Semi||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||18||8||116||Beulah||13||11||89|
|Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||10||3||6||0||1622||1436||112.95%||52||Preliminary||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||14||7||91||Hopetoun||11||13||79|
|Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||14||3||2||0||1933||1100||175.73%||68||1st Semi||Woomelang-Lascelles||19||6||120||Walpeup-Underbool||16||9||105|
|Beulah||13||3||3||0||2070||1347||153.67%||64||2nd Semi||Sealake-Nandaly Tigers||15||19||109||Beulah||8||12||60|
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