Thurgoona Football Club

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Thurgoona Football Club
Names
Full nameThurgoona Football Club
Nickname(s)Bulldogs
Club details
Founded1988
ColoursRed, White & Blue
Competition Tallangatta & District Football League
Ground(s)Thurgoona Football Ground

The Thurgoona Football Club, nicknamed the Bulldogs, is an Australian rules football club playing in the Tallangatta & District Football League. The club is based in Thurgoona, New South Wales

Contents

Thurgoona Football Club won their first premiership in the Albury District Football Association in 1900 defeating Black Range at Jindera Park, to win the Swain Trophy. [1] [2]

History

South Albury (established in 1945) who had been playing in the Tallangatta & District Football League since 1977 were struggling on and off the field tried to relocate and start afresh as Thurgoona but the move didn't eventuate forcing the club to fold in 1981. [3]

Games Played

Premierships

Finals

Thurgoona have made the finals on five occasions

Wooden Spoons

Players

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References

  1. "1900 - Thurgoona Premiership". Albury Banner and Wodonga Express. 31 August 1900. p. 18 via Trove Newspapers.
  2. "1900 - Albury District FA Premiership". Ovens and Murray Advertiser. 1 September 1900. p. 3 via Trove Newspapers.
  3. http://www.tdfl.com.au/About/History/TDFL-History