Grand River Gargoyles
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|Full name||Grand River Gargoyles|
|Sport||Australian rules football|
|Founded||2001 by Bruce Parker|
|Home ground||Margaret Greene Park|
|Anthem||"Gargoyleland" (To the tune of the Richmond Tigers club song.)|
|Head coach||Aiden McQuoid|
|Maroon and Gold (Modification on the Brisbane Lions Kit)|
The Grand River Gargoyles (previously Guelph Gargoyles) is an amateur Australian rules football club playing out of Margaret Greene Park in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The club draws from individuals from Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Milton and other Southwestern Ontario cities. They are the only Aussie Rules club to represent the region. The club began in 2001 and plays in the AFL Ontario along with 9 other clubs from Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa.
Andy Matthews retired as the greatest player this club has seen, absolute stalwart and a gentleman and scholar.
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