Sydney Women's AFL

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Sydney Women's AFL
SWAFL logo.png
Sport Australia rules football
Founded 1994, Sydney
Inaugural season 1994
No. of teams 11
Country Australia
Ceased 2012

The 'Sydney Women's Australian Football League' (SWAFL) was the governing body of the sport of Women's Australian rules football in the state of New South Wales from 2000-2011. In 2012 SWAFL ceased to exist and the women's competition came under the umbrella of AFL Sydney - a huge step forward for the development of women's AFL in NSW.

Clubs - Season 2012[edit]

Previous Clubs that have participated in the SWAFL Competition have included

  • Bondi Shamrocks Official Website, 2009-2011
  • Camden Power, 2004-2006
  • St George Crows, 2007-2008 (then St George Dragons in 2009)
  • Sydney Uni Blue team, 2004-2007
  • University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), 2001-2005

2012 Ladder[edit]

Sydney Women's AFL Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts
Balmain Dockers 14 0 0 0 1469 203 723.65% 56
Wollongong 11 0 3 0 965 261 369.73% 44
Sydney University 10 0 4 0 976 333 293.09% 40
Western Wolves 9 0 5 0 865 399 216.79% 36
Newtown Breakaways 8 0 6 0 690 539 128.01% 32
UNSW Stingrays 8 0 6 0 663 572 115.91% 32
MacQuarie University 7 0 7 0 493 539 91.47% 28
Southern Power 4 0 10 0 410 590 69.49% 16
UTS Shamrocks 3 0 11 0 218 1166 18.70% 12
Auburn Tigers 2 0 11 1 235 1146 20.51% 10
Penrith Ramettes 0 0 13 1 184 1420 12.96% 2

FINALS

Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Elimination Sydney University 13 10 88 UNSW Stingrays 1 4 10
Qualifying Western Wolves 10 7 67 Newtown Breakaways 2 2 14
1st Semi Balmain Dockers 9 10 64 Western Wolves 1 3 9
2nd Semi Sydney University 13 6 84 Wollongong 1 0 6
Grand Balmain Dockers 7 9 51 Sydney University 2 1 13

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