Macquarie University AFC

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Macquarie University Warriors
Names
Full nameMacquarie University Australian Football Club
Club details
Founded1969
Colours     Black,      red,      magenta and      white
CompetitionSydney AFL
PresidentSteven Clayton
Ground(s)Roger Sheeran Oval
Other information
Official websiteMacquarie University Warriors sportingpulse website

Macquarie University Australian Football Club is an Australian rules football club based in Sydney, Australia. The club colours are black, red and white and they are nicknamed the Warriors. Macquarie Uni participates in Division One of the Sydney AFL league. Teams also play in Division Three, and Under 18s Division Two. The women's team plays in Division one, after being promoted following their undefeated premiership season in 2013.

History[edit]

Formerly known under the moniker of the Kookaburras, Macquarie University AFC dates back to 1969, two years after Macquarie University had been established. Up until 2009 the club played in a green and yellow strip but changed to its current colours of black, red and white for the 2010 season. In 2018 to align with the University's branding their colours changed to black, red, magenta and white.

Current Teams[edit]

Men's Platinum Division
Men's Platinum Division
Men's Division 3
Women's Premier Division
Women's Division 2

Premierships: Men's - 1998, 1999,2000, and 2009. Women's Premiership in 2013.

Notable Players[edit]

Amanda Farrugia (GWS GIANTS) Ellie Brush (GWS GIANTS) Emma Swanson (GWS GIANTS) Philippa Smyth (GWS GIANTS)

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