Labrador Australian Football Club

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Full name Labrador Australian Football Club
Club details
Founded 1964; 54 years ago (1964)
Competition QAFL
President Steve Parker
Captain(s) Ryan Davey
Ground(s) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Other information
Official website

Labrador Australian Football Club, also known as the Labrador Tigers, is a Gold Coast based club competing in the Queensland Australian Football League. From 2011-2014 it was an inaugural member club of the NEAFL Australian rules football competition.

Formed in 1964 the Tigers played in the Gold Coast AFL until they were promoted into the Queensland State League in 1997. Runners-up in 2010 the club is a founding member of the North East Australian Football League.

Premierships (7)[edit]

No. Year Competition Opponent Score Venue
1 1970 GCAFL Surfers Paradise Demons 15.13 (103) - 13.14 (92) Owen Park
2 1986 GCAFL
3 1991 GCAFL
4 1993 GCAFL
5 1994 GCAFL
6 2015 QAFL Morningside Panthers 14.12 (96) - 13.11 (89) Leyshon Park
7 2016 QAFL Palm Beach Currumbin 15.12 (102) - 7.7 (49) Leyshon Park

Club song[edit]

The club song was based on "Row, Row, Row".

Players in the AFL Draft[edit]

Year Name Team Draft №
2001 Michael Osborne Hawthorn 11th (rookie)
2009 Daniel Stewart Port Adelaide 82nd
2009 Bryce Retzlaff Brisbane Lions 84th
2010 Claye Beams Brisbane Lions 76th (rookie)
2011 Stephen Wrigley Brisbane Lions 22nd (rookie)

AFL players[edit]

There is a list of Labrador players who have played at AFL:

External links[edit]