Throwback Thursday - 2013

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Thu, May 21, 2020 - 7:37 PM 269
Throwback Thursday - 2013

Landmark Country Championships throwing it back to 2013. South West took home the hattrick, winning quite comfortably over Great Northern in the A Section Grand Final. South West showing their dominance once again at the championships. Leigh Kohlmann kicked a whopping six goals which contributed to his outstanding performance during the championships where he was awarded the Rising Star Award. It was teammate, Jeff Smith, who took home the fairest and best for the grand final and Leith Teakle from Great Northern took home the Jock Coleman Trophy. It was a nail biting final in B Section, with the Avon..

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Thu, May 14, 2020 - 5:08 PM 297
Throwback Thursday

Let us take a look at the year 2002. The Avon Football Association took out their 4th ever A section title at the Wesfarmers Landmark Country Football Championships. We had a record number of 26 teams competing in six divisions, three in Seniors and three in Colts, with the Peel Football League participating in their first championships. It was a narrow defeat, with the Avon (10.9 – 69) defeating Upper Great Southern (6.7 – 49) by 20 points. Jermaine David was awarded the Wesfarmers Landmark Medal as Grand Final fairest and best, whilst teammate, Brendan Marshall, awarded the Jock Coleman Medal..

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Fri, May 8, 2020 - 4:53 PM 308
Flashback Friday - 2015

This weeks Throwback Thursday sees has us casting our eyes back half a decade to 2015 and what would turn out to be a magical 5-peat for the South West Football League as they claimed in A section title at the Landmark Country Football Championships. Matthew Martin and Denholm King both bagged three majors in what turned out to be a comfortable 40 point victory over the South West in the decider. King in the process was awarded the Landmark Medal as Grand Final fairest and best whilst teammate Graham Jetta was awarded the Jock Coleman Medal as fairest and..

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Thu, April 30, 2020 - 6:20 PM 329
Throwback Thursday - 2010

The 2010 Country Football Championships are in focus for this week’s edition of ‘Throw-back Thursday’. Upper Great Southern’s decade of dominance was drawing to an end but they were still classy enough to account for Peel in the A section decider by only 5 pts in what was Peel’s first season in the championships. The Landmark Medal as the Grand Final Fairest and Best went to a Troy Ditchburn from Upper Great Southern whilst South West big man Jeff Smith collected the Jock Coleman medal as the A section Best and Fairest for the carnival. Great Northern avenged their demoting..

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