Acton Football Club
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The Acton Football Club is a defunct Australian Rules Football club that played in the ACT AFL from 1924 - 1973. The club wore black and white colours, similar to the Swan Districts Football Club. Acton merged with Queanbeyan in 1952 but separated in 1958. In 1974, Acton was replaced in the ACTAFL by West Canberra, which not only adopted Acton's black and white colours, but also recruited the vast majority of its players.
- Devaney, John. "Acton". AustralianFootball.com.