Scotch Old Collegians Football Club

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Scotch Old Collegians Football Club
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Names
Full name Scotch Old Collegians Football Club
2010 season
After finals 9th
Home-and-away season 9th
Leading goalkicker Daniel Cahill ( goals)
Best and fairest Tim Champion
Club details
Founded 1929
Colours      Blue and      gold
Competition South Australian Amateur Football League
Coach Matthew Kluzek
Captain(s) to be announced
Ground(s) Prince of Wales Oval, Scotch College
Other information
Official website Official Website
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Scotch Old Collegians Football Club (SOCFC) is an Australian Rules Football club located in Torrens Park, South Australia, playing in the South Australian Amateur Football League. It was formed in 1929 and it is the fifth-oldest club in the SAAFL.[1] Scotch fields three teams, one each in Division 3, Division 3 Reserves and C3. SOCFC draws its players from old collegians of Scotch College and from the local community. All teams train at Scotch College with the A and B grade teams also playing home matches there.

History[edit]

Scotch Old Collegians Football Club was formed in 1929. There have been around 225 different clubs that have participated in the South Australian Amateur Football League since its inception in 1911. Only Adelaide University (1911), Kenilworth (1914), Prince Alfred Old Collegians (1926) and St Peters Old Collegians (1928) have been in the SAAFL longer than Scotch OCFC.

Premierships[edit]

A Grade: 1959, 1989, 1997

B Grade: 1970, 1971, 1986, 1997

C Grade: 1980, 1983, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006

D Grade: 1991, 1992

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