Warrnambool District Football League

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Warrnambool District Football League
General Information
Highest Score360 - Dennington 56.24.360 (v Bushfield 1.2.8) - 1985
Most goals in a game24 - Anthony Kelly - Dennington (v Bushfield) - 1985
Most goals in a season165 - Tony Russell – South Rovers 1993
Most wins in a row39 - Merrivale - 1996-1997
Most losses in a row79 - East Warrnambool – 2007-2011
Most flags in a row8 West End 1948-1955

Warrnambool District Football League is an Australian rules football competition based in the region of rural of Warrnambool. It is an eleven team competition starting in April and finishing in September. The league was founded in 1946. [1]




ClubColoursNicknameFoundedJoinedHome GroundWDFL PremiershipsYears
Allansford AFL Geelong Icon.jpg Cats19711971Allansford Recreation Reserve71971, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1987
Dennington Football Club colours.jpg
Dogs1900s1953Dennington Recreation Reserve41966, 1982, 1988, 2015
Kolora Noorat
Kolora Noorat Football Club colours.jpg
Power20032003Noorat Recreation Reserve52009, 2010, 2011, 2017, 2019
AFL Richmond Icon.jpg
Tigers1920s1946Merrivale Recreation Reserve71958, 1979, 1991, 1996, 2003, 2006, 2014
Nirranda Football Club colours.jpg
Blues1900s1992Nirranda Recreation Reserve41999, 2016, 2018, 2022
Old Collegians
Old Collegians Football Club colours.jpg
Warriors19511951Davidson Oval81956, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1984, 1989, 1992
Western Bulldogs AFLW icon.png
Bulldogs19191997Panmure Recreation Reserve51997, 2001, 2002, 2012, 2013
Russells Creek
Russells Creek Football Club colours.jpg
Kangaroos1920s1946Mack Oval91946, 1947, 1957, 1963, 1973, 1974, 1990, 1998, 2000
South Rovers
Brisbane Lions Football Club colours.jpg
Lions19191946Walter Oval51975, 1985, 1986, 1993, 2007
Boolarra fc club colors.png
Demons20022003Timboon Recreation Reserve12008


JumperClubNicknameYears in compWDFL




Geelong West Sporting Club colours.jpg
Deakin UniversitySharks1977-2016 (Known as W.I.A.E pre 1991)0
East WarrnamboolBombers1900s-201921967, 1995
Montmorency Football Club.jpg
Grassmere1959-198531960, 1968, 1972
AFL West Coast Eagles Icon 2000-2015.jpg
Northern Districts1986-199711994
Boolarra fc club colors.png
Tower Hill1958-198321959, 1961
West End1943-197091948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1962
Ivanhoe JFC colours.jpg



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2006 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Merrivale 1602025781127228.75%64
Kolora-Noorat 1503019991157172.77%60
Dennington 1404021351337159.69%56
Timboon Demons 1305017091139150.04%52
Old Collegians 1206018521256147.45%48
South Rovers601201466178382.22%24
Russell Creek301501266191066.28%12
Deakin University301501064214349.65%12
East Warrnambool20160909225640.29%8


EliminationOld Collegians1611107Timboon Demons111379
QualifyingDennington188116Kolora -Noorat15999
1st SemiKolora -Noorat1714116Old Collegians1613109
2nd SemiDennington169105Merrivale11975
PreliminaryMerrivale2113139Kolora -Noorat8957

2007 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Timboon Demons 1602023401030227.18%64
Merrivale 1305022141413156.69%52
South Rovers 1305019401446134.16%52
Kolora-Noorat 1206019241323145.43%48
Allansford 1206018511343137.83%48
Russell Creek1206018631397133.36%48
Old Collegians401311199204358.69%18
East Warrnambool20160834231136.09%8
Deakin University20160742217234.16%8


EliminationKolora -Noorat141498Allansford81058
QualifyingSouth Rovers1717119Merrivale111682
1st SemiMerrivale2014134Kolora -Noorat1816124
2nd SemiTimboon Demons1711113South Rovers199123
PreliminaryTimboon Demons1517107Merrivale81563
GrandSouth Rovers1910124Timboon Demons1716118

2008 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Kolora-Noorat 1701022971041220.65%68
Timboon Demons 150302167970223.40%60
Merrivale 1503018591042178.41%60
Panmure 140402118930227.74%56
Dennington 1107020381725118.14%44
South Rovers809116221565103.64%34
Russell Creek801001466154395.01%32
Old Collegians601201429167485.36%24
Deakin University101701127236347.69%4
East Warrnambool00180719275426.11%0


QualifyingTimboon Demons14791Merrivale8553
1st SemiPanmure166102Merrivale21426
2nd SemiKolora/Noorat111581Timboon Demons111076
PreliminaryTimboon Demons1811119Panmure71355
GrandTimboon Demons1812120Kolora/Noorat179111

2009 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Kolora-Noorat 170102417994243.16%68
Dennington 1701026901206223.05%68
Timboon Demons 140402359919256.69%56
Panmure 1106117801268140.38%46
Russell Creek 90721489159193.59%40
South Rovers908117431551112.38%38
Old Collegians601201513156196.93%24
Deakin University101701070250842.66%4
East Warrnambool00180615291821.08%0


EliminationPanmure15999Russell Creek7749
QualifyingDennington91569Timboon Demons81563
1st SemiTimboon Demons131088Panmure81462
2nd SemiKolora-Noorat141397Dennington12981
PreliminaryTimboon Demons101171Dennington9963
GrandKolora-Noorat121183Timboon Demons5333

2010 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Dennington 160112608873298.74%66
Kolora-Noorat 1602021171204175.83%64
Panmure 1403118271365133.85%58
Russell Creek 1404020061105181.54%56
Old Collegians 1206019531388140.71%48
South Rovers909016141524105.91%36
Timboon Demons701101387166683.25%28
Deakin University501301252181369.06%20
East Warrnambool00180717283325.31%0



EliminationRussell Creek141296Old Collegians6440
1st SemiKolora-Noorat111278Russell Creek7749
2nd SemiDennington141599Panmure5232

2011 Ladder

Warrnambool DFLWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Kolora-Noorat 1602023221020227.65%64
Old Collegians 1602020951149182.33%64
Merrivale 1404020421180173.05%56
South Rovers 1404020831265164.66%56
Panmure 1107017591667105.52%44
Timboon Demons909016721353123.58%36
Russell Creek8010019331523126.92%32
East Warrnambool10170895280831.87%4
Deakin University10170700295523.69%4



EliminationSouth Rovers1820128Panmure14993
QualifyingMerrivale12880Old Collegians71456
1st SemiOld Collegians131694South Rovers8957
2nd SemiKolora-Noorat169105Merrivale81260
PreliminaryOld Collegians2214146Merrivale10868
GrandKolora-Noorat1512102Old Collegians121587

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