Dodges Ferry Football Club

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Dodges Ferry
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Names
Full name Dodges Ferry Football Club
Nickname(s) Sharks
Club song: "When the Sharks Go Marching In"
2016 season
Home-and-away season 8th
Club details
Founded 1978; 39 years ago (1978)
Colours          
Competition Southern Football League
President David Bellars
Coach Rodney Dann
Captain(s) Dave "Wally" Cusick
Ground(s) Dodges Ferry Recreation Ground
Uniforms
Home

The Dodges Ferry Football Club, nicknamed The Sharks, is an Australian rules football club based in the Hobart suburb of Dodges Ferry. The club currently plays in the Southern Football League (SFL) in Tasmania, Australia. The club wears a red, yellow and black jumper and has the mascot the Sharks. The club spent its first 23 years in the Tasman Football Association (TFA) where it won half a dozen premierships. The league folded after the 2001 season. The Sharks then entered the SFL in 2002. Dodges won their first SFL premiership in 2006 and were runners up in 2010.

Home grounds, club achievements and records[edit]

  • Shark Park – 1993–present
  • Founded – 1978
  • Colours – Red, yellow and blue
  • Emblem – Sharks
  • Club record games holder:
    • Paul "Wally" Cusick – 469 games
  • Southern Football League premierships
    • 2006
  • Southern Football League runners-up
    • 2010
  • Tasman Football Association premierships
    • 1979, 1980, 1984, 1989, 1990, 1991
  • Tasman Football Association leading goalkickers
    • 1980 - Eddie Gotowski - 54
    • 1983 - Gary Pears - 83
    • 1994 - Bruce Rainbird - 104
  • Club record score
    • 449 - Dodges Ferry 68.41.449 (v Railway 3.0.18) - Tasman FA - 1993
  • Club record quarter
    • Unknown

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