North Ballarat Rebels

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North Ballarat Rebels
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Full name North Ballarat Rebels Football Club
Nickname Rebels
Sport Australian rules football
Founded 1993
First season Eureka Stadium - Ballarat North]]
League TAC Cup
President Phil Partington
Head coach David Loader
Captain David Morris
2011 7th of 13
Black and white guernsey, black shorts, black socks

The North Ballarat Rebels are an Australian rules football club which play in the TAC Cup, an under-18 competition in Victoria, Australia.

North Ballarat is one of four regional clubs set up as part of a plan by the AFL to have clubs set in all regions of the state.

This was to help aid in player development and the process of the AFL draft, which allows U18 players the opportunity to be selected by AFL clubs.

North Ballarat have drafted many notable AFL players including Adam Goodes, Drew Petrie, Troy Chaplin, Jed Adcock, Tim Notting, Shannon Watt, James Walker and Shane O'Bree.



  • * Denotes being selected in Greater Western Sydney Mini-Draft (2011)
  • + Denotes player was pre-listed by Greater Western Sydney (2011)
  • † Denotes player was pre-listed and on-traded by Greater Western Sydney (2012)
  • Sources:1994-2009: AFL Record Season Guide 2010[4]

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