Australian rules football in South East Queensland

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Australian rules football in South East Queensland has a varied history and many changes were made especially in the 21st century.

History[edit]

Competition football began in 1970 with the South Queensland Australian Football Association (SQAFA) for developing players for the QAFL. Most of the players were amateurs. In 1992, the league changed its name to the Brisbane Australian Football League (BAFL) and included clubs from the Sunshine Coast. Another name change in 2000 brought about AFL South Queensland. In 2006, AFL South Queensland was taken under the umbrella of AFL Queensland and rebranded as the Queensland State Association. In 2012, it was renamed South East Queensland AFL.[1] Finally in 2014 the local level was divided into two leagues, the Queensland Football Association (QFA) and the Queensland Amateur Football Association (QAFA).

League name changes

  • 1970-1991 - South Queensland Australian Football Association (SQAFA)
  • 1992-1999 - Brisbane Australian Football League (BAFL)
  • 2000-2005 - Australian Football League South Queensland (AFLSQ)
  • 2006-2011 - AFL Queensland (AFLQ) State League and State Association
  • 2012-2013 - South East Queensland Australian Football League (SEQAFL)
  • 2014-today - Queensland Football Association (QFA) & Queensland Amateur Football Association (QAFA)

Premiers[edit]

Year SQAFA Division 1 SQAFA Division 2 SQAFA Division 3
1970 Sherwood Deagon
1971 Mt Gravatt University Queensland Stafford
1972 Mt Gravatt Banyo Mt Gravatt
1973 Sherwood Banyo Stafford
1974 Mt Gravatt Wynnum Aspley
1975 Sherwood Banyo Redland
1976 Sherwood RAAF Deagon
1977 Sherwood Deagon Beenleigh-Slacks
1978 Sherwood Oakleigh Everton
1979 Sherwood Ipswich RAAF
1980 Sherwood Beenleigh No competition 1980-96
1981 Sherwood Everton
1982 Sherwood Banyo
1983 Mt Gravatt Ashgrove
1984 Acacia Ridge University Queensland
1985 Aspley Beenleigh
1986 Aspley Jindalee
1987 Aspley Redland
1988 Aspley Redcliffe
1989 Aspley Springwood
1990 Aspley Everton
1991 Strathpine Ipswich
Year BAFL Division 1 BAFL Division 2 BAFL Division 3
1992 Aspley Moorooka
1993 Maroochydore Sandgate
1994 Maroochydore Sandgate
1995 Maroochydore Alexandra Hills
1996 Maroochydore Alexandra Hills
1997 Noosa Wilston Grange Kenmore
1998 Redland Moorooka Kenmore
1999 Redland Caboolture Redland
Year AFLSQ Premier Division AFLSQ Division 1 AFLSQ Division 2 AFLSQ Division 3 AFLSQ Division 4
2000 Palm Beach-Currumbin Coorparoo Kings Gympie
2001 Coolangatta Burleigh Heads Coorparoo Kings Gympie
2002 Aspley Springwood Redcliffe Kenmore Wilston Grange
2003 Coolangatta Strathpine Wynnum No competition 2003-06
2004 Burleigh Strathpine Robina
2005 Burleigh Redcliffe Robina
Year AFLQ State League Div 2 AFLQ State Assoc'n Div 1 AFLQ State Assoc'n Div 2 AFLQ State Assoc'n Div 3 North AFLQ State Assoc'n Div 3 Central
2006 Western Magpies Yeronga Kenmore
2007 Palm Beach-Currumbin Yeronga Kedron Gympie Western Magpies
2008 Western Magpies Wynnum Redcliffe Nambour Strathpine
2009 Palm Beach-Currumbin Wynnum Beenleigh Nambour Woodsmen
2010 Noosa Caloundra Robina
2011 Noosa Coorparoo Kings Nambour & Hinterland Pomona Jimboomba
Year SEQAFL Division 1 SEQAFL Division 2 SEQAFL Division 3 SEQAFL Division 4 North SEQAFL Division 4 Central SEQAFL Division 4 South
2012 Western Magpies Coorparoo Kings Redcliffe Caloundra Pine Rivers Tweed Coast
2013 Springwood Coorparoo Kings Coomera Pomona Zillmere Tweed Coast
Year QFA North QFA South QAFA A Grade QAFA B Grade North QAFA B Grade Central QAFA B Grade South
2014 Mayne Springwood Griffith Uni/Moorooka Bribie Island Woodsmen Bond Uni
2015 Mayne Springwood Bond Uni Gympie Kedron Tweed Coast

Representative sides[edit]

Representative sides for AFLQ include:

Current clubs[edit]

QFA North[edit]

[2]

Club Suburb Official Website
Aspley Hornets Aspley

Official Site

Caloundra Caloundra
Maroochydore Roos Maroochydore

Official Site

Mayne Tigers Enoggera
Moreton Bay -
Nambour & Hinterland Palmwoods

Official Site

Noosa Tigers Noosa

Official Site

QFA South[edit]

[3]

Club Suburb Official Website
Alexandra Hills Bombers Alexandra Hills Official Site
Bond University Bullsharks Robina
Burleigh Bombers Burleigh Heads
Coolangatta Tweed Heads Coolangatta
Coomera Magpies Coomera

Official Site

Coorparoo Kings Coorparoo

Official Site

Kenmore Bears Chelmer

Official Site

Robina Roos Robina

Official Site

Springwood Springwood
Yeronga/South Brisbane Yeronga

Official Site

QAFA A Grade[edit]

[4]

Club Suburb Official Website
Beenleigh Buffaloes Beenleigh Official Site
Carrara Saints Carrara Official Site
Griffith Moorooka Roosters Moorooka

Official Site

Ipswich Eagles Ipswich

Official Site

Park Ridge Park Ridge
Pine Rivers Swans Strathpine Official Site
Redcliffe Tigers Redcliffe

Official Site

South East Suns Tanah Merah

Official Site

Victoria Point Victoria Point
Wynnum Vikings Wynnum

Official Site

QAFA B Grade North[edit]

[5]

Club Suburb Official Website
Gympie Gympie

Official Site

Maroochydore Roos Maroochydore

Official Site

Pomona Demons Pomona

Official Site

Bribie Island Bulldogs Bribie Island

Official Site

QAFA B Grade Central[edit]

[6]

Club Suburb Official Website
Collingwood Park Power Redbank Plains Official Site
Coorparoo Kings Coorparoo

Official Site

Ferny Grove Ferny Grove
Ipswich Cats Ipswich
Ipswich Eagles Ipswich
Jimboomba Redbacks Jimboomba Official Site
Kedron Lions Kedron

Official Site

Kenmore Bears Chelmer

Official Site

Mayne Tigers Mayne
University of Queensland Red Lions St Lucia Official Site
Sandgate Sandgate
Woodsmen East Chelmer

Official Site

Yeronga/South Brisbane Yeronga

Official Site

Zillmere Zillmere

QAFA B Grade South[edit]

[7]

Club Suburb Official Website
Ballina Ballina Official site
Byron Bay Byron Bay Official Site
Lismore Swans Lismore Official Site
Robina Roos Robina

Official Site

Tweed Coast Cabarita Official Site

Defunct or hiatus clubs[edit]

Club Suburb Official Website
Caboolture Lions Caboolture Official Site
Calamvale Leopards Calamvale

Official Site

Glasshouse Hinterland Lions Glasshouse Mountains Official Site
Murri Mavericks Murri, Kedron Official Site
Northshore Jets Mudjimba

Official Site

Former AFL South Queensland Divisions[edit]

2003 Bundaberg-Wide Bay Hinterland Division[edit]

All four AFL Bundaberg-Wide Bay Clubs from 2002, Hervey Bay Bombers, Across the Waves Bundaberg Eagles, Brothers Bulldogs and Maryborough Bears were joined by teams further south, Gympie Cats, Pomona Demons, Glasshouse and Bribie Island to play one season against each other before reverting to their various regional leagues in 2004 once again.

Finals summary:

  • Elimination Final - Maryborough 13.8-86 defeated Glasshouse 10.7-67
  • Qualifying Final - Across the Waves 13.12-90 defeated Bribie Island 11.11-77
  • First Semi Final - Maryborough 15.14-104 defeated Bribie Island 12.6-78
  • Second Semi Final - Hervey Bay 18.15-123 defeated Across the Waves 9.7-61
  • Preliminary Final - Across the Waves 14.15-99 defeated Maryborough 4.10-34
  • GRAND FINAL - Hervey Bay 8.8-56 defeated Across the Waves 6.17-53

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SEQAFL". Australian Football. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  2. ^ "2015 QFA North Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  3. ^ "2015 QFA South Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. 2015-04-08. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  4. ^ "2015 QAFA (A) Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  5. ^ "2015 QAFA (B) North Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  6. ^ "2015 QAFA (B) Central Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  7. ^ "2015 QAFA (B) South Clubs - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-05. 

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