Lavington Football Club

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Lavington Panthers Football & Netball Club
Names
Full name Lavington Panthers Football & Netball Club
Nickname(s) Panthers
Club details
Founded 1880s
Colours      Black      Teal,      Red      White
Competition Ovens & Murray Football League
Premierships 10 (1922, 1924, 1938, 1965, 1966, 1971, 1983, 1986, 2001, 2005)
Ground(s) Lavington Sports Ground
Other information
Official website lpfnc.com.au
Guernsey:
Guernsey of LPFNC O&M League 2013 -

The Lavington Panthers Football & Netball Club are an Australian rules football and netball club competing in the Ovens & Murray Football League.[1]

The club is based in Lavington, a suburb of Albury, New South Wales.

Several Lavington footballers have gone on to play in the Australian Football League, including Darren Holmes, Hamish McIntosh, Allan Murray, Derek Murray and Mark Powell.

League Honors: Football[edit]

Albury & Border Football Association (1921-1927)[edit]

  • Senior premierships (2): 1922 (Div.2), 1924.

Central Hume Football League (1928-1932)[edit]

  • No listed honors

HFL / Hume Football League (1933-1939)[edit]

  • Senior premierships (1): 1938.
  • Senior runners-up (2): 1934, 1939.
  • Senior Best & Fairest winners (1): 1934 - Harold McIntosh.

Chiltern & District Football League (1946-1956)[edit]

  • Senior runners-up (2): 1955, 1956.
  • Senior Best & Fairest winner - "Huggins Medal" (1): 1947 - Brian O'Shaughnessy.

TDFL / Tallangatta & District Football League (1958-1976)[edit]

  • Senior premierships (3): 1965, 1966, 1971.
  • Senior runners-up (7): 1960, 1961, 1964, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974.
  • Senior Best & Fairest winners (1): 1973 - Max Urquhart.
  • Senior Leading Goal Kickers (2): 1963 - Ray Thomas, 1976 - Russell Sawyer.
  • Reserves premierships (5): 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1975.
  • Thirds premierships (3): 1974, 1975, 1976.

HFL / Hume Football League (1975-1976)[edit]

  • No listed honors

Farrer Football League (1977-1978)[edit]

  • No listed honors

OMFL / Ovens & Murray Football League (1979-present)[edit]

  • Senior premierships (4): 1983, 1986, 2001, 2005.
  • Senior runners-up (10): 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1996, 1998, 2008, 2015, 2016.
  • Senior Best & Fairest winners - "Morris Medal" (2): 1985 - Ralph Aalbers, 1987 - Richard Hamilton.
  • Senior Leading Goal Kickers - "Doug Strang Medal" (5): 1996 - Chris Stuhldrier, 1997 - Chris Stuhldrier, 1998 - Chris Stuhldrier, 1999 - Chris Stuhldrier, 2015 - Adam Prior.
  • Reserves premierships (2): 1982, 2015.
  • Thirds premierships (2): 1993, 2009.

Honor Boards: Football (1921-present)[edit]

Year Position Coach Best & Fairest Leading Goal Kicker
1921 4th (Div.2) A.Romero
1922 Premiers (Div.2) J.Mutsch
1923 3rd (Div.2) J.Mutsch
1924 Premiers E.Strang
1925 7th J.Condon
1926 4th J.Mutsch
1927 4th W.Muller
1928 3rd T.Gulson
1929 3rd H.McIntosh
1930 6th A.Romero
1931 5th R.Strang
1932 6th R.Feitz
1933 3rd H.McIntosh
1934 Runners Up L.English
1935 3rd H.McIntosh
1936 3rd H.McIntosh
1937 5th W.Dawson
1938 Premiers T.Gulson
1939 Runners Up R.Gulson
1940 - 1945 Club in recess during World War II
1946 4th Tom Gulson Roly Gulson
1947 4th Harold Pattison Brian O'Shaughnessy
1948 4th Colin Scammell Stan Romero
1949 6th Len Donelly Roy Gardiner
1950 9th Con Vapp Vin Jackson
1951 8th Con Vapp Jack Woodman
1952 9th Jack Woodman Ken Hartley
1953 3rd Alan Curtis Gerry Comans
1954 4th Ossie Bownds Jack Woodman
1955 Runners Up Jack Sheridan Jack Sheridan
1956 Runners Up Keith Murray Ian Grayland
1957 Chiltern & District Football League folded Club sat out season waiting to enter TDFL in 1958
1958 4th Bob Davis Grant Spurr Stan Romero - 49+
1959 6th Percy Appleyard Bob Davis Percy Appleyard - 60+
1960 Runners Up Keith Murray John Bergin Neville Collins - 59
1961 Runners Up Keith Murray Peter Harmer -
1962 4th Ray Thomas Marty Fitzsimons -
1963 5th Ray Thomas Peter Harmer Ray Thomas - 75
1964 Runners Up Doug Gladman Bill Scammell Paul Donnolley - 45+
1965 Premiers Doug Gladman Detlaf Malakinas Paul Donnolley - 51+
1966 Premiers Doug Gladman Paul Donnolley Paul Donnolley - 44
1967 4th Doug Gladman Bob Thomas Bill Thomas - 45
1968 6th John Collis Bob Thomas John Collis - 25
1969 Runners Up Ossie Bownds Peter Harmer Allan Wetmore - 46
1970 Runners Up Graeme O’Brien Wayne Styles Graeme O'Brien - 83
1971 Premiers Graeme O’Brien Graeme White Graeme O'Brien - 42
1972 4th Graeme O’Brien Graeme White Russell Sawyer - 44
1973 Runners Up Max Urquhart (Lavington Saints) Gary Styles Max Urquhart - 58
1973 4th Graeme O’Brien (Lavington Rangers) David Palmer Russell Sawyer - 46
1974 Runners Up Max Urquhart (Lavington Dragons) Peter King Peter Frawley - 56
1974 5th Graeme O’Brien (Lavington Lions) David Palmer Ray Thomas - 41+
1974 6th Tony Moylan (Lavington Rovers) Paul Spokes Garry Sheather & Jim Crawford - 21
1975 6th Max Urquhart (TDFL) Graeme White -
1975 3rd Bill Scammell (HFL) Steve Buckle Doug Tonkin - 27
1976 3rd Ray Trebilcock (TDFL) Max Urquhart Russell Sawyer - 109
1976 6th Bill Scammell (HFL) Gary Shipard Gary Shipard - 32
1977 4th Wayne Styles Graeme White Russell Sawyer - 63
1978 3rd Wayne Styles Gary Styles Ian Gilmore & Mal Haberman - 58
1979 10th (Last) Wayne Styles David Palmer Mal Howden - 29
1980 8th Ken Roberts Peter Owen Warren Stanlake - 54
1981 4th Ken Roberts Mark Stewart Adrian Koschel - 66
1982 Runners Up Ken Roberts Bruce Stewart Adrian Koschel - 79
1983 Premiers Ken Roberts Bruce Stewart Warren Stanlake - 51
1984 6th Ken Roberts Peter King Peter King - 39
1985 Runners Up Jeff Cassidy Danny Murphy Jeff Cassidy - 78
1986 Premiers Jeff Cassidy Jeff Cassidy Jeff Cassidy - 55
1987 Runners Up Jeff Cassidy Richard Hamilton Dean Valente - 67
1988 Runners Up Jeff Cassidy Andrew Banes Matt McGuirk - 39
1989 3rd Richard Hamilton Kerry Bahr Matt McGuirk - 42
1990 Runners Up Richard Hamilton Ralph Aalbers Matt McGuirk - 42
1991 7th Richard Hamilton Kerry Bahr James Hodgkin - 55
1992 6th Neville Shaw Neville Shaw James Hodgkin - 61
1993 8th Neville Shaw Neville Shaw James Hodgkin - 36
1994 11th (Last) Craig Smith Craig McMillan Jamie Swinnerton - 26
1995 7th Bruce Stewart Shaun Myles Shaun Myles - 50
1996 Runners Up Bruce Stewart Kerry Bahr & Brett Wilson Chris Stuhldrier - 126
1997 3rd Bruce Stewart Luke Carroll Chris Stuhldrier - 119
1998 Runners Up Tim Sanson Mark Sanson Chris Stuhldrier - 111
1999 5th Tim Sanson Kerry Bahr Chris Stuhldrier - 54
2000 7th Tim Sanson Darryn McKimmie Tim Sanson - 47
2001 Premiers Tim Sanson John Hunt & Peter Doherty Tim Sanson - 80
2002 5th Tim Sanson Matthew Pendergast Tim Sanson - 59
2003 6th Tim Sanson Kade Stevens Tim Sanson - 32
2004 3rd Tim Sanson Luke Carroll Tim Sanson - 31
2005 Premiers Tim Sanson Adam Butler Tim Sanson - 51
2006 3rd Tim Sanson Kade Stevens Jay Banks & Tom Hickey - 37
2007 7th Tim Sanson Kade Stevens Justin Fulton - 25
2008 Runners Up Tim Sanson Matthew Pendergast Darryn McKimmie - 31
2009 6th Tim Sanson Bill Neely Myles Aalbers & Kade Stevens - 19
2010 8th Tim Sanson Matthew Pendergast Andrew Dess - 35
2011 3rd Tim Sanson Luke Garland Myles Aalbers - 40
2012 4th James Saker Matthew Pendergast Myle Aalbers - 33
2013 3rd James Saker Luke Garland Luke Garland - 28
2014 3rd James Saker Matthew Pendergast Adam Prior - 51
2015 Runners Up James Saker Nick Meredith Adam Prior - 79
2016 Runners Up James Saker Luke Garland Adam Prior - 55

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lavington". Full Points Footy. 

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