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Riverland Independent Football League

Riverland Football League
Riverland Independent Football League (RIFL)
Founded N/A in N/A
Current clubs Browns Well FC
Wunkar FC
Moorook - Kingston FC
Paringa FC
Lyrup FC
Cobdogla FC
East Murray FC
Ramco FC
Blanchetown/Swan Reach FC
A-Grade Premiers 2013 Paringa defeated Blanchetown-Swan Reach
Grand Final B.O.G N/A, N/A
Howard Duthie Medallist N/A, N/A
A-Grade Minor Premiers Paringa FC
A-Grade Wooden spoon Wunkar FC
Leading Goalkicker 62 - Jed Martinson, Blanchetown-Swan Reach FC
Best 1st Year Player N/A, N/A

The Riverland Independent Football League is an Australian rules football League located in South Australia's Riverland region. The league is the second division of the Riverland Football League, and features clubs from the smaller towns of the Riverland and Upper-Murray region.

The 2012 Grand Final was played at Cobdogla between the two newcomers to the league, Blanchetown-Swan Reach and Ramco; with BSR winning their first flag by 63 points. In 2013 BSR made their second Grand Final, but lost to Paringa by 3 points.

Origins

The origins of this league came in 1909 when Lyrup, Renmark Town and Fairview Rovers founded the Murray Football Association.

The competition reformed in 1919 as the Upper Murray Football Association and later in 1952 became the Upper Murray Football League, the same name as the Upper Murray Football League based around Corryong, Victoria.

In 1971, the league's B Grade admitted Wunkar from the defunct East Murray Football League.

The league's A Grade changed its name in 1972 to the Riverland Football League, with the B Grade changing its name to Riverland Independent Football League.

Ramco joined the RIFL in 2009 from the Mid Murray Football Association, as did Blanchetown/Swan Reach in 2010, and the MMFA disbanded.

Current clubs

Jumper Club Nickname Years in comp RIFL premierships Premiership years[1]
Red over black with redbacks logo Blanchetown/Swan Reach Redbacks 2010- 1 2012
Brown and Gold vertical stripes Browns Well Bombers 1969- 9 1969, 1972, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1985-86, 1988, 2000
Blue and Gold with stylised Eagle logo. Cobdogla Eagles 1971- 11 1981, 1984, 1987, 1989-90-91, 1998-99, 2006-07-08
Black with yellow "claw" diagonal stripes East Murray Tigers 1994- 1 2003
Red, blue & gold with Lion logo Lyrup Lions 1909- 11 1909, 1928, 1934, 1939, 1973, 1980, 1996, 2001, 2004, 2010-11
Yellow and Green with Warriors logo Moorook-Kingston Warriors 1963-
(Merger)
7 1971, 1977, 1983, 1992-93-94, 2014
White with red vertical stripes Paringa Swans 1961- 7 1979, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2013
White with red, green & purple accents & stylised Rooster logo Ramco Roosters 2009- - -
Blue with red and white horizontal stripe & stylised Bulldog logo Wunkar Bulldogs 1971- 2 1974, 1976

Premiers

  • 1971 Moorook-Kingston 11 14 80 Def Browns Well 10 16 76
  • 1972 Browns Well 11 12 78 Def Paringa 7 10 52
  • 1973 Lyrup 15 13 103 Def Moorook-Kingston 11 9 75
  • 1974 Wunkar 10 13 73 Def Browns Well 8 14 62
  • 1975 Browns Well 11 7 73 Def Wunkar 9 17 71
  • 1976 Wunkar 13 13 91 Def Moorook-Kingston 9 10 64
  • 1977 Moorook-Kingston 18 11 119 Def Wunkar 9 13 67
  • 1978 Browns Well 13 7 85 Def Wunkar 11 8 74
  • 1979 Paringa 16 15 111 Def Gerard 9 13 67
  • 1980 Lyrup 11 12 78 Def Paringa 10 14 74
  • 1981 Cobdogla 14 17 101 Def Paringa 5 17 47
  • 1982 Browns Well 13 11 89 Def Paringa 10 15 75
  • 1983 Moorook-Kingston 14 7 91 Def Browns Well 10 10 70
  • 1984 Cobdogla 14 18 102 Def Browns Well 9 11 65
  • 1985 Browns Well 25 18 168 Def Cobdogla 6 4 40
  • 1986 Browns Well 22 9 141 Def Paringa 11 6 72
  • 1987 Cobdogla 18 14 122 Def Paringa 8 13 61
  • 1988 Browns Well 7 10 52 Def Paringa 6 7 43
  • 1989 Cobdogla 9 12 66 Def Browns Well 7 10 52
  • 1990 Browns Well 13 10 88 Def Cobdogla 12 15 87
  • 1991 Cobdogla 12 14 86 Def Wunkar 8 4 52
  • 1992 Moorook-Kingston 15 10 100 Def Cobdogla 14 15 99
  • 1993 Moorook-Kingston 21 18 144 Def Lyrup 14 12 96
  • 1994 Moorook-Kingston 13 10 88 Def East Murray 13 9 87
  • 1995 Paringa 11 14 80 Def Browns Well 7 16 58
  • 1996 Lyrup 18 13 121 Def Paringa 11 15 81
  • 1997 Paringa 26 20 176 Def Browns Well 10 13 73
  • 1998 Cobdogla 21 16 142 Def Wunkar 9 10 64
  • 1999 Cobdogla 17 9 111 Def East Murray 16 8 104
  • 2000 Browns Well 10 15 75 Def Wunkar 8 5 53
  • 2001 Cobdogla 7 9 51 Def Lyrup 7 8 50
  • 2002 Paringa 12 11 83 Def Lyrup 6 7 43
  • 2003 East Murray 18 7 115 Def Moorook-Kingston 10 4 64
  • 2004 Lyrup 18 10 118 Def Moorook-Kingston 9 6 60
  • 2005 Paringa 14 15 9 Def Cobdogla 12 12 84
  • 2006 Cobdogla 13 16 94 Def Paringa 5 8 38
  • 2007 Cobdogla 18 16 124 Def Lyrup 12 11 83
  • 2008 Cobdogla 18 14 122 Def Lyrup 5 7 37
  • 2009 Paringa 18 14 122 Def Wunkar 17 12 114
  • 2010 Lyrup 13 9 87 Def East Murray 7 17 59
  • 2011 Lyrup 13 5 83 Def Paringa 8 4 52
  • 2012 Blanchetown/SR 16 11 107 Def Paringa 6 8 44
  • 2013 Paringa 19 13 127 Def Blanchetown-Swan Reach 19 10 124
  • 2014 Moorook-Kingston 12 11 83 Def Blanchetown-Swan Reach 8 9 57

2013 Results

A Grade Final Ladder [2]

Club Wins Losses Draws For Against % Pts
Paringa 12 2 1393 802 63.46 24
B'Town-Swan Reach 12 2 1343 867 60.77 24
East Murray 10 4 1338 1232 52.06 20
Browns Well 7 7 1652 1083 60.40 14
Moorook-Kingston 7 7 1131 1139 49.82 14
Cobdogla 4 10 1167 1345 44.46 8
Ramco 3 11 1058 1417 42.75 6
Wunkar 1 13 816 2079 28.19 2

Lyrup Withdrawal

Prior to the start of the 2013 season, the Lyrup Lions were forced to withdraw due to lack of players and coaching staff. However the club is confident it will be able to rejoin the league in 2014. [3]

Under 17's Final Ladder

Club Wins Losses Draws Byes Forfeits For For Against % Pts
Paringa 5 2 2 3 776 300 72.12 16
Cobdogla 6 3 2 1 881 443 66.54 14
B'town-Swan Reach 4 2 2 1 519 470 42.48 10
Ramco 4 3 2 1 447 562 44.30 10
Browns Well 2 7 1 1 315 806 28.10 6
Moorook Kingston 1 4 2 2 117 474 19.80 6

Note

As well as the withdrawal of Lyrup, Wunkar and East Murray were unable to field Under 17's teams. In order to keep the scheduling of games the same for both grades, those matches were declared null.

Under 17's Grand Final

Cobdogla 20.16 - 136 d Paringa 1.1 - 7

References

  1. ^ Country Footy 2010
  2. ^ http://www.foxsportspulse.com/comp_info.cgi?c=0-3973-0-242075-0&pool=1001&a=LADDER
  3. ^ http://www.magic931.com.au/news/local-news/20791-no-lions-in-2013


External links

  • Fox Sports Pulse RFL Site
  • Country footy Riverland footy news
  • SANFL Affiliated Leagues 2006
  • RFL League Website


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