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Upper Murray Football Netball League (UMFNL)

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General Information
Founded Early 1893 in Corryong, Victoria
as Corryong Football Association
Sport(s) Australian Rules Football (1893–Present)
Netball (2001–Present)
Affiliation AFL Victoria Country (2012–Present)
Netball Victoria (2001–Present)
Participants Level Amateur
LGA's covered Towong Shire Council
Snowy Valley Council
AFL Victoria Country Player Points Cap
2016 Season 46 Points
2017 Season 42 Points
Known As
1893-1899 Corryong Football Association
1900-1901 Upper Murray Football Club Association
1902-1903 Upper Murray Football Association
1904-1906 Corryong District Association
1907-1936 Upper Murray Football Association
1937-2000 Upper Murray Football League
2001–present Upper Murray Football Netball League
Compertitions
Football UMFNL Seniors
UMFNL Reserves
UMFNL Under 16's
UMFNL Under 13's
UMFNL Under 10's
Netball UNFNL A-Grade
UMFNL B-Grade
UMFNL C-Grade
UMFNL D-Grade
UMFNL Under 15's
UMFNL Under 11's
Interleague Competitions
Football & Netball
Netball: Post Season
2002-Present: (No opponent)
2006-Present: Albury Indoor Carnival

The Upper Murray Football Netball League (UMFNL) is an Australian Rules Football and Netball competition based in small town of Corryong, Victoria, Australia. The league contains six clubs from around the farming districts of the Upper Murray, including the three founding clubs from 1893.

Today the league features five grades in the Australian Rules Football competition, with these being Senior-Grade, Reserve-Grade, Under 16's, Under 13's and Under 10's. In the Netball competition, there are six grades, with these being A-Grade, B-Grade, C-Grade, D-Grade, Under 15's and Under 11's. Both the Under 10's football and Under 11's netball are run as Auskick and Netta respectively and results are normally not recorded and final series are normally not played.

There are many pieces of league memorabilia scatted throughout the Upper Murray region, including some photos & trophies away from clubroom and sporting grounds. Some notable locations include The Man from Snowy River Museum (Corryong), Corryong Sporting Complex, Corryong Courthouse Hotel, Corryong Hotel Motel, Cudgewa Hotel, Tintaldra Hotel, Walwa Hotel, Bridge Hotel (Jingellic), & Riley's Restaurant (Corryong).

History[edit]

Establishment (1892-1893)[edit]

During the 1892/1983 summer three of the regions cricket clubs agreed to the establishment of a competition in order to keep their players fit during the winter break. The three founding clubs were Corryong, Cudgewa, and Mount Elliot, and in early 1893 the Corryong Football Association was officially established.

The league is one of the oldest Football Leagues in Victoria. It was established 16 years after the first Victorian Football Association (VFA/VFL) season, the same year as the first Ovens & Murray Football Association season, 4 years before the first Victorian Football League (VFL/AFL) season, and 10 years before the first Ovens & King Football Association season. Additional the league was established almost 1 year before the Corryong Courier newspaper was first published on January 25, 1894.

Corryong Football Association (1893-1899)[edit]

During the first five years of the association only the three founding clubs competed in the competition, and the premiership was awarded to the club that finished in 1st position on the ladder. The only exception was in 1896 when Cudgewa FC defeated Mount Elliot FC in the first grand final played, unfortunately the details of this occasion are now lost. The other early premiers included Corryong FC (1893, 1895, 1899) and Mount Eliot FC (1894, 1897, 1898).

At the start of the 1898 season the competition expanded for the first time in its short history to include a fourth football club, the Walwa FC , representing the township of Walwa, Victoria. The addition of the Walwa FC to the competition was seen as a success, and during their second season they finished in second position on the 1899 Ladder.

The same season, 1899, the competition expanded to include a fifth football club, Khancoban FC representing the township of Khancoban, New South Wales. However the addition of the Khancoban FC to the competition was less successful. Only lasting two seasons, they finished in third and fourth respectively.

Upper Murray Football Club Association (1900-1901)[edit]

At the start of the 1900 season the competition renamed itself to the Upper Murray Football Club Association , and after the 1900 season the Khancoban FC went into recess for the first time.

In recognition of the Federation of Australian states in 1901, the Mount Elliot FC was selected as the Victorian club to renamed itself to the Federal FC . This happened in most states and today there is no evidence of any other Federal FC still being active.

Upper Murray Football Association (1902-1903)[edit]

At the start of the 1902 season the league name changed again, to the Upper Murray Football Association .

Corryong District Association (1904-1906)[edit]

At the start of the 1904 season the league name changed again, to the Corryong District Association , also the Federal FC relocated from Mount Elliot, Vic to Corryong, Vic.

The Khancoban FC relocated from Khancoban, NSW to Towong, Vic in 1904 and became the Towong FC before renaming to Towong Wanderers FC in 1905. Then in 1906 they relocated again to Thowgla, Vic and became the Thowgla FC, this move would result in the clubs first premiership success, Thowgla 4.6 (30) defeating Corryong 2.8 (20).

Upper Murray Football Association (1907-1936)[edit]

The historic "Corryong Grandstand" was built around 1907 by Tom Greenhill, this beautiful old grandstand is an icon of the Upper Murray community and was built around the same time and done in a similar style to the grandstand at the Towong Turf Club.

In 1907 Cudgewa won the right to challenge the minor premiers, Corryong, in the grand final, but Corryong refused to play because an umpire for the grand final was not sourced from Albury, NSW.

By 1908, with a re-found form of success, Thowgla FC relocated back to Khancoban, NSW and renamed back to Khancoban FC and were runners-up in 1908, this was to be the last grand final match for the club. By 1910 the Corryong FC won its fourth straight premiership; 1907 (tied with Cudgewa FC), 1908, 1909, 1910.

From 1912–1913 Khancoban FC relocated to Tintaldra, Vic and became known as Tintaldra FC.

After the 1914 season the premiers of Tallangatta and Mitta Mitta Football Association, Federated Railways (a merged club formed by "Tallangatta FC" & "Tallangatta Valley FC"), traveled to Corryong Park to play the Combined Corryong team of both the Corryong & Federal football club's. As reported in the Corryong Courier on Thursday August 20, "The ground was in excellent order , and there was a large attendance of spectators." The Final scores were, Combined Corryong 9 goals & 12 behinds, Federated Railways 6 goals & 10 behinds.[1] As far as records indicate, excluding Inter-League matches, this is the only time that players from the arch-rival football clubs of Corryong & Federal have played together as one club.

Club Inter-League Match
Satutday, 15 August (1914) Combined Corryong
Upper Murray Football Association
vs. Federated Railways
Tallangatta and Mitta Mitta Football Association
Corryong Park Report
 ?
6.3
?
9.12
Q1
Q2
Q3
Final
?
1.5
?
6.10
Umpires: N.Hanlon (of Tallangatta)
Best On Ground: Scott (Federated Railways)
Television broadcast: *Corryong Courier (Newspapers)
Greenham 3
Lukins 2
P.Greenhill, Clem, Hill, Otty 1
Goals 2 Seammell, Scott
1 Starr, Hogan
Beard, Charlton, Lynch, Greenham, C.Sheather, Lukins, Greenhill, H.Hamilton, H.Waters, Otty, P.Whitehead, Hill Bros., Mildren Bros. Best Scott, O.Scanunell, Hogan, Brown, Card, Starr Bros., Ilaekett, Williams, Judd
none Injuries none
15 Free Kicks for Reports 29 Free Kicks for



In 1916, with a lack of players in the region due to the First World War the Upper Murray Football Association went into recess.

In 1918 the association restarted but the 1918 and 1919 seasons were restricted to half seasons still due to a lack of players after the First World War

By 1920 the competition was now representing only three townships, with four competing clubs Corryong, Cudgewa, Federal and Walwa.

Upper Murray Football League (1937-2000)[edit]

In 1950 the round 5 match between Corryong and Cudgewa seen a then record gate takings of £30.

The UMFNL was also a part of the former recruiting zone known as VFL Country Recruiting Zone no.11, which from the 1960s to the 1980s was controlled by South Melbourne. However no players were ever recruited from the Upper Murray under the zoning rules to play for South Melbourne.

The Upper Murray Football League won the North East Riverina Leagues Championships in 1976, & 1977 with Kevin Mack as Captain-Coach & John Cornish as Vice Captain. Also in 1977 John Cornish (from Tumbarumba FC) winning "Best player from all leagues in series", Kevin Mack (from Corryong FC) winning "Best player on ground against Hume League", & Craig Whitehead (from Corryong FC) winning "Best player on ground against Ovens & King".

Upper Murray Football Netball League (2001-Present)[edit]

The 2001 season saw a lot of changes for the league including the resumption of the Reserve Grade football competition after it folded in 1995, and the junior football competition changed from Under 18s to Under 16s. The introduction of a netball competition being run in conjunction with the football competition, sharing the same club names, colors and playing venues. The largest change seen the Bullioh Valley Football Club reforming in late 2000 as Bullioh Football Netball Club. In 2001 both the VCFL & UMFNL admitted the club into the competition for the 2001 season, despite protests of concerns that Bullioh would pinch players from both the Cudgewa FNC & the Tallangatta Valley FNC.[2]

Unfortunately, since the 2002 season there have currently been no official Inter-League matches, the only exceptions are a handful of Junior Carnivals the last one attended was a AFL North East Border carnival in 2009, & the senior Netballer's since 2006 have regularly attended the Albury Indoor Carnival, normally held in October, after all the regions competitions have ended.[3] The AFL North East Border other league's, the Ovens & Murray Football League, the Ovens & King Football League, & the Tallangatta & District Football League, along with AFL New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory league, the Hume Football League, have agreements with either The AFL Victorian Country Championships or other leagues across Victoria & New South Wales leaving the Upper Murray without the option for an opponent for most years.[4]

On September 2, 2014,[5] it was announced that there were plans to demolish the historic 108-year-old Corryong Grandstand as part of plans to refurbish the Towong Grandstand at the Towong Turf Club. Sadly the Corryong Grandstand is not heritage listed either Nationally or with Victoria.[6] After public backlash from the Upper After gathering submissions from members of the community, the group had a meeting with VCAT scheduled for Friday April 10, 2015, in Melbourne, but was later reschedule for Friday May 8, 2015, in Wodonga. An announcement regarding its fate was scheduled to take place on Monday June 1, 2015. In the Thursday September 10, 2015 edition of the Corryong Courier the grandstand made the front page with the headline reading "LAST STAND? Death knell sounds for grandstand."[7]

In a first for the local area, the 2015 Round 13 (August 1, 2015) clash between Bullioh & Cudgewa at Tallangata Valley saw the match abandoned by the Umpire. During play in the third quarter Bullioh's Matt Tyrell was reported & requested to leave the ground by the Umpire. After five (5) minuets had past and Tyrell had refused to leave the field of play, a new rule allowed the Umpire officially abandon the match. As the incident has occurred after half time the scores were declared final and Cugdewa officially awarded the four premiership points, "Bullioh 2.1 (13) def. by Cudgewa 8.12 (60)." During that week's tribunal Bullioh's Matt Tyrell was cleared to play the following week after they took into account his excellent playing record, while teammate Taylor Fenton received a one-week suspension for abusive language from the same game.[8][9][10]

As part of the AFL Victoria Country reforms to league operations a player point cap system will be introduced from the start of the 2016 season. Fellow league's the Ovens and Murray, the Tallangatta and District, and the Ovens and King will also see the introduction of a player point cap system while the Hume league introduced the change to their league for the start of the 2015 season. For the UMFNL the player points cap has been set at 46 for 2016 before it drops by four in 2017.[11]

Current Finals System[edit]

The UMFNL currently uses the "Page–McIntyre system". The final series is played over four Saturdays, with the Grand Final traditionally being played on the first weekend of September. A home ground advantage is awarded to teams only according to the Senior Grade Football , with all finals for both Football & Netball are played at the one venue during each final day. Unlike other leagues in the local area, the Grand Final is not played at a natural venue (Like the TDFL) or traditional venue (Like the HFL), instead the winner of the 1st Semi-Final for the Senior Grade Football is awarded hosting rights for that season's grand final.

  Semi-Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
A  1st on Ladder Home  
 2nd on Ladder Away         D  Winner Major Semi-Final Home
      C  Loser Major Semi-Final Home    Winner Preliminary Final Away
   Winner Minor Semi-Final Away  
B  3rd on Ladder Home
 4th on Ladder Away  

Clubs[edit]

Berringama FC.png Border United FC.png Border-Walwa FC.png Bullioh FC.png Corryong FC.png Cudgewa FC.png Federal FC.png Tintaldra-Khancoban FC.png Tumbarumba FC.png Tumut FC.png Walwa FC.png

Current clubs[edit]

Former clubs[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Combined the "Walwa FC", the "Border United FC", & the "Border-Walwa FNC" have won a total of "22 Senior Premierships", but the "Border-Walwa FNC" only has "7 Senior Premierships" officially recognized by the "Upper Murray Football Netball League". This is similar to how combined the "Fitzroy FC", the "Brisbane Bears", & the "Brisbane Lions" have won a total of "11 VFL/AFL Premierships", but the "Brisbane Lions" only has "3 VFL/AFL Premierships" officially recognized by the "Australian Football League".
  2. ^ From 1893 to 1904 it is believed that the Mount Elliot FC were based at the Mount Elliot Recreation Reserve, Mount Elliot, Victoria located just outside of Corryong during Victoria's gold rush era.
  3. ^ Berringama FC withdrew from the competition halfway thought the 1930 season, it is unclear as to why they did but records show they never won a single match.
  4. ^ Merged with Walwa FC after the 1960 season to form the Border-Walwa FC.
  5. ^ The football club has had a mixed past, having played under many names & colours as well as locations.
    AFL Footscray Icon.jpg 1899-1900: "Khancoban FC" (Khancoban Cricket Ground).
    AFL Collingwood Icon.jpg 1904-1905: "Towong Wanderers FC" (Towong Recreation Reserve).
    AFL Geelong Icon.jpg 1906-1907: "Thowgla FC" (Thowgla Recreation Reserve).
    AFL Footscray Icon.jpg 1908: "Khancoban FC" (Khancoban Cricket Ground).
    WestAlbury.jpg 1912-1913: "Tintaldra FC" (Tintaldra Recreation Reserve).
    WestAlbury.jpg 1951-1961: "Tintaldra FC" (Tintaldra Recreation Reserve).
    AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg 1962-1967: "Tintaldra-Khancoban United FC" (Tintaldra Recreation Reserve & Khancoban Cricket Ground).
  6. ^ Also competed in the "Central Riverina Football League" (1970-1977) & the "Farrar Football League - Division 2" (1986-1987), winning zero senior premierships from both leagues.
  7. ^ Merged with Border United FC after the 1960 season to form the Border-Walwa FC.

Senior Grade Honour Boards[edit]



Notes
1907: Cudgewa won the right to challenge the minor premiers, Corryong, who refused to play because an umpire for the grand final was not sourced from Albury, NSW.
1918–1919: Only a half season was played due to a lack of footballers during and after World War I.
1945–1946: Only a half season was played due to a lack of footballers during and after World War II.

Ladder[edit]

KEY: [?] = Details are still unclear or are missing.

# First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth
Year Pts Club Pts Club Pts Club Pts Club Pts Club Pts Club
1893 [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Mount Elliot
1894 20 Corryong 12 Mount Elliot 12 Cudgewa
1895 30 Mount Elliot 26 Corryong 8 Cudgewa
1896 20 Cudgewa 16 Mount Elliot 0 Corryong
1897 24 Mount Elliot 12 Corryong 0 Cudgewa
1898 [?] Mount Elliot [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Walwa
1899 [?] Corryong [?] Walwa [?] Khancoban [?] Mount Elliot [?] [?] Cudgewa
1900 32 Walwa 32 Corryong 8 Cudgewa 4 Khancoban [?] [?] Mount Elliot
1901 20 Federal 20 Walwa 4 Corryong [?] [?] Cudgewa
1902 24 Federal 20 Corryong 4 Cudgewa [?] [?] Walwa
1903 16 Corryong 16 Cudgewa 4 Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1904 12 Cudgewa 12 Corryong 0 Towong [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1905 20 Corryong 16 Cudgewa 12 Towong Wanderers [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1906 16 Thowgla 16 Corryong 4 Cudgewa [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1907 14 Corryong 14 Cudgewa 4 Thowgla [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1908 20 Corryong 16 Khancoban 0 Cudgewa [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1909 28 Corryong 16 Cudgewa 12 Walwa 8 Federal
1910 16 Cudgewa 16 Walwa 12 Corryong 4 Federal
1911 20 Cudgewa 12 Walwa 8 Corryong 8 Federal
1912 [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Tintaldra [?] [?] Walwa
1913 [?] Cudgewa [?] Corryong [?] Federal [?] Walwa [?] Tintaldra
1914 [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Corryong [?] [?] Walwa
1915 [?] Corryong [?] Federal [?] Cudgewa [?] [?] Walwa
1916 Upper Murray Football Association in recess due to World War I
1917 Upper Murray Football Association in recess due to World War I
1918 8 Federal 4 Corryong 0 Cudgewa [?] [?] Walwa
1919 [?] [?] Corryong [?] [?] Cudgewa [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] Walwa
1920 [?] Walwa [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal
1921 28 Cudgewa 28 Corryong 28 Walwa 0 Federal
1922 20 Walwa 16 Cudgewa 8 Corryong 0 Federal
1923 48 Corryong 16 Cudgewa 16 Walwa 16 Federal
1924 40 Corryong 24 Walwa 24 Federal 0 Cudgewa
1925 36 Walwa 28 Corryong 24 Federal 8 Cudgewa
1926 36 Corryong 28 Federal 24 Walwa 8 Cudgewa
1927 [?] Corryong [?] Walwa [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal
1928 [?] Corryong [?] Walwa [?] Federal [?] Cudgewa
1929 44 Walwa 36 Federal 26 Corryong 8 Cudgewa 6 Berringama
1930 36 Corryong 32 Federal 28 Walwa 8 Cudgewa 0 Berringama
1931 32 Walwa 24 Corryong 20 Cudgewa 20 Federal
1932 32 Corryong 24 Walwa 20 Federal 20 Cudgewa
1933 32 Federal 30 Corryong 22 Walwa 12 Cudgewa
1934 30 Walwa 26 Federal 24 Corryong 16 Cudgewa
1935 44 Federal 32 Corryong 20 Walwa 0 Cudgewa
1936 42 Federal 30 Walwa 18 Corryong 6 Cudgewa
1937 28 Walwa 28 Federal 8 Corryong 4 Cudgewa
1938 [?] Cudgewa [?] Walwa [?] Federal [?] Corryong
1939 [?] Cudgewa [?] Corryong [?] Federal [?] Walwa
1940 [?] Walwa [?] Federal [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa
1941 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1942 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1943 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1944 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1945 18 Walwa 12 Cudgewa 10 Corryong 8 Federal
1946 34 Cudgewa 24 Walwa 18 Federal 12 Corryong
1947 40 Cudgewa 32 Walwa 12 Corryong 12 Federal
1948 36 Corryong 24 Walwa 20 Cudgewa 16 Federal
1949 40 Walwa 32 Corryong 18 Federal 6 Cudgewa
1950 40 Walwa 32 Corryong 32 Federal 12 Cudgewa 4 Border United
1951 56 Corryong 44 Federal 36 Walwa 32 Cudgewa 12 Border United 4 Tintaldra
1952 56 Corryong 44 Cudgewa 36 Walwa 24 Federal 20 Border United 0 Tintaldra
1953 [?] Corryong [?] Walwa [?] Federal [?] Cudgewa [?] Border United [?] Tintaldra
1954 [?] Corryong [?] Walwa [?] Federal [?] Cudgewa [?] Border United [?] Tintaldra
1955 [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Walwa [?] Border United [?] Tintaldra
1956 [?] Walwa [?] Cudgewa [?] Border United [?] Corryong [?] Federal [?] Tintaldra
1957 [?] Walwa [?] Border United [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Tintaldra
1958 [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Walwa [?] Border United [?] Tintaldra
1959 [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Federal [?] Border United [?] Walwa [?] Tintaldra
1960 [?] Federal [?] Corryong [?] Cudgewa [?] Walwa [?] Border United [?] Tintaldra
1961 60 Cudgewa 46 Federal 32 Corryong 22 Tintaldra 12 Walwa 0 Border United
1962 40 Cudgewa 36 Corryong 24 Federal 20 Border-Walwa 0 Tintaldra-Khancoban United
1963 48 Corryong 36 Cudgewa 20 Federal 16 Border-Walwa 0 Tintaldra-Khancoban United
1964 40 Corryong 36 Federal 24 Border-Walwa 20 Cudgewa 0 Tintaldra-Khancoban United
1965 44 Cudgewa 32 Federal 20 Tintaldra-Khancoban United 16 Corryong 8 Border-Walwa
1966 40 Cudgewa 38 Corryong 28 Federal 14 Border-Walwa 0 Tintaldra-Khancoban United
1967 44 Cudgewa 34 Border-Walwa 22 Corryong 16 Federal 4 Tintaldra-Khancoban United
1968 40 Corryong 32 Federal 28 Cudgewa 20 Border-Walwa
1969 44 Corryong 32 Cudgewa 24 Federal 20 Border-Walwa
1970 56 Cudgewa 24 Corryong 20 Federal 20 Border-Walwa
1971 40 Corryong 36 Cudgewa 28 Federal 16 Border-Walwa 0 Tumbarumba
1972 38 Corryong 24 Federal 24 Border-Walwa 20 Cudgewa 0 Tumbarumba
1973 66 Corryong 59 Border-Walwa 43 Cudgewa 35 Federal 7 Tumbarumba
1974 40 Border-Walwa 28 Federal 28 Cudgewa 20 Corryong 4 Tumbarumba
1975 40 Border-Walwa 32 Federal 28 Cudgewa 20 Corryong 0 Tumbarumba
1976 40 Federal 28 Cudgewa 24 Corryong 16 Border-Walwa 12 Tumbarumba
1977 44 Federal 32 Corryong 28 Border-Walwa 8 Tumbarumba 8 Cudgewa
1978 44 Corryong 44 Federal 36 Border-Walwa 28 Tumbarumba 20 Cudgewa 8 Tumut
1979 52 Cudgewa 44 Corryong 40 Federal 28 Tumbarumba 12 Tumut 8 Border-Walwa
1980 48 Federal 44 Corryong 34 Border-Walwa 28 Tumbarumba 26 Cudgewa 0 Tumut
1981 60 Cudgewa 40 Federal 34 Corryong 34 Border-Walwa 8 Tumbarumba 4 Tumut
1982 44 Cudgewa 40 Tumut 36 Federal 28 Border-Walwa 20 Tumbarumba 12 Corryong
1983 48 Border-Walwa 44 Corryong 40 Federal 28 Tumut 12 Cudgewa 8 Tumbarumba
1984 52 Cudgewa 44 Border-Walwa 40 Corryong 30 Federal 12 Tumut 2 Tumbarumba
1985 48 Corryong 40 Border-Walwa 40 Cudgewa 36 Federal 16 Tumbarumba 0 Tumut
1986 44 Federal 32 Border-Walwa 20 Cudgewa 16 Tumbarumba 8 Corryong
1987 40 Border-Walwa 32 Federal 28 Corryong 20 Tumbarumba 0 Cudgewa
1988 44 Corryong 36 Federal 16 Border-Walwa 16 Tumbarumba 8 Cudgewa
1989 44 Federal 32 Border-Walwa 26 Cudgewa 18 Corryong 0 Tumbarumba
1990 48 Border-Walwa 24 Tumbarumba 24 Corryong 20 Federal 4 Cudgewa
1991 44 Border-Walwa 40 Corryong 24 Cudgewa 12 Federal 0 Tumbarumba
1992 48 Border-Walwa 36 Federal 20 Cudgewa 12 Corryong 4 Tumbarumba
1993 40 Federal 36 Border-Walwa 32 Corryong 8 Cudgewa 4 Tumbarumba
1994 40 Cudgewa 36 Border-Walwa 28 Federal 12 Corryong 4 Tumbarumba
1995 44 Border-Walwa 32 Corryong 28 Cudgewa 16 Federal 0 Tumbarumba
1996 48 Border-Walwa 28 Federal 16 Corryong 4 Cudgewa
1997 48 Border-Walwa 32 Cudgewa 20 Corryong 16 Federal 4 Tumbarumba
1998 36 Border-Walwa 36 Tumbarumba 28 Federal 16 Corryong 4 Cudgewa
1999 40 Border-Walwa 36 Cudgewa 28 Tumbarumba 12 Federal 4 Corryong
2000 42 Cudgewa 34 Corryong 24 Federal 20 Tumbarumba 0 Border-Walwa
2001 56 Corryong 48 Federal 32 Border-Walwa 24 Tumbarumba 16 Bullioh 4 Cudgewa
2002 52 Border-Walwa 44 Corryong 44 Bullioh 24 Federal 16 Tumbarumba 0 Cudgewa
2003 60 Federal 40 Cudgewa 32 Corryong 32 Bullioh 16 Tumbarumba 0 Border-Walwa
2004 52 Bullioh 52 Federal 32 Corryong 28 Cudgewa 12 Border-Walwa 4 Tumbarumba
2005 52 Corryong 44 Federal 40 Bullioh 32 Border-Walwa 8 Cudgewa 4 Tumbarumba
2006 60 Federal 48 Bullioh 32 Corryong 20 Cudgewa 12 Border-Walwa 8 Tumbarumba
2007 56 Bullioh 36 Federal 32 Cudgewa 28 Corryong 20 Border-Walwa 8 Tumbarumba
2008 52 Bullioh 44 Cudgewa 28 Corryong 28 Border-Walwa 16 Tumbarumba 12 Federal
2009 52 Bullioh 36 Border-Walwa 32 Tumbarumba 32 Federal 24 Cudgewa 4 Corryong
2010 56 Bullioh 44 Border-Walwa 44 Federal 20 Tumbarumba 12 Cudgewa 4 Corryong
2011 48 Bullioh 44 Federal 36 Cudgewa 32 Border-Walwa 20 Tumbarumba 0 Corryong
2012 52 Tumbarumba 48 Bullioh 44 Cudgewa 20 Corryong 12 Federal 4 Border-Walwa
2013 60 Tumbarumba 36 Corryong 32 Federal 30 Bullioh 22 Cudgewa 0 Border-Walwa
2014 52 Cudgewa 44 Corryong 44 Bullioh 20 Tumbarumba 20 Federal 0 Border-Walwa

Grand Finals[edit]

KEY: [?] = Details are still unclear or are missing.

Year G B Pts Premiers G B Pts Runners-Up Ground
1893 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1894 - - 1st Mount Elliot - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1895 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Mount Elliot Ladder: home & away points
1896 [?] [?] [?] Cudgewa [?] [?] [?] Mount Elliot [?]
1897 - - 1st Mount Elliot - - 2nd Corryong Ladder: home & away points
1898 - - 1st Mount Elliot - - 2nd Corryong Ladder: home & away points
1899 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Walwa Ladder: home & away points
1900 4 2 26 Wawla 3 4 22 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1901 3 2 20 Federal 2 5 17 Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1902 - - 1st Federal - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1903 3 5 23 Corryong 2 3 15 Cudgewa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1904 4 4 28 Cudgewa 2 12 24 Corryong [?]
1905 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1906 4 6 30 Thowgla 2 8 20 Corryong [?]
1907 - - 1st
2nd
Corryong
Cudgewa
- - 3rd Thowgla Ladder: home & away points
1908 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Khancoban Ladder: home & away points
1909 - - 1st Corryong - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1910 7 13 55 Corryong 3 7 25 Cudgewa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1911 9 6 60 Cudgewa 5 9 39 Federal [?]
1912 7 11 47 Corryong 2 4 16 Cudgewa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1913 5 13 43 Cudgewa 4 6 30 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1914 6 3 39 Cudgewa 2 5 17 Federal Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1915 3 12 30 Corryong 2 6 18 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1916 Upper Murray Football Association in recess due to World War I
1917 Upper Murray Football Association in recess due to World War I
1918 - - 1st Federal - - 2nd Cudgewa Ladder: home & away points
1919 [?] [?] [?] Cudgewa [?] [?] [?] [?] [?]
1920 [?] [?] [?] Walwa [?] [?] [?] Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1921 4 9 33 Cudgewa 2 11 23 Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1922 [?] [?] [?] Walwa [?] [?] [?] Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1923 9 5 59 Corryong 2 1 13 Cudgewa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1924 6 13 49 Corryong 4 8 32 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1925 [?] [?] [?] Federal [?] [?] [?] Walwa Walwa Recreation Reserve
1926 5 10 40 Corryong 4 9 33 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1927 7 10 52 Corryong 4 1 25 Cudgewa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1928 12 12 84 Corryong 11 5 71 Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1929 5 15 45 Walwa 3 3 21 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1930 12 9 81 Corryong 5 10 40 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1931 10 7 67 Walwa 9 4 58 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1932 17 13 115 Corryong 14 5 89 Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1933 9 9 63 Federal 7 8 50 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1934 11 11 77 Federal 9 10 64 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1935 10 7 67 Federal 6 9 45 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1936 6 12 48 Walwa 5 9 39 Federal Walwa Recreation Reserve
1937 12 10 82 Walwa 11 8 74 Federal Walwa Recreation Reserve
1938 7 13 55 Cudgewa 7 24 66 Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1939 7 24 66 Cudgewa 7 13 55 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1940 7 9 51 Walwa 3 5 23 Federal Walwa Recreation Reserve
1941 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1942 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1943 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1944 Upper Murray Football League in recess due to World War II
1945 8 8 56 Federal 3 9 27 Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1946 3 10 28 Cudgewa 3 7 25 Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1947 7 10 52 Cudgewa 6 9 45 Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1948 16 14 110 Walwa 16 5 101 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1949 9 19 73 Walwa 8 9 57 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1950 7 5 47 Walwa 4 7 31 Corryong Walwa Recreation Reserve
1951 10 7 67 Corryong 4 11 35 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1952 11 10 76 Cudgewa 9 7 61 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1953 9 6 60 Cudgewa 8 11 59 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1954 12 13 85 Cudgewa 6 2 38 Walwa [?]
1955 7 9 51 Walwa 5 12 42 Corryong [?]
1956 12 5 77 Walwa 5 12 42 Cudgewa [?]
1957 9 13 67 Walwa 4 6 30 Border United [?]
1958 7 10 52 Walwa 6 7 43 Cudgewa [?]
1959 5 12 42 Federal 3 14 32 Corryong [?]
1960 10 7 67 Federal 8 12 60 Corryong [?]
1961 9 7 61 Cudgewa 8 10 58 Federal [?]
1962 9 11 65 Cudgewa 7 11 53 Corryong [?]
1963 11 10 76 Cudgewa 4 11 35 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1964 13 11 89 Corryong 6 9 45 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1965 11 7 73 Federal 9 7 61 Cudgewa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1966 18 14 122 Cudgewa 8 8 56 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1967 9 10 64 Cudgewa 5 4 34 Border-Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1968 8 11 59 Corryong 4 6 30 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1969 12 14 86 Corryong 13 6 84 Cudgewa [?]
1970 11 8 74 Cudgewa 6 13 49 Corryong [?]
1971 9 19 73 Cudgewa 3 8 26 Federal [?]
1972 15 11 101 Corryong 11 6 72 Cudgewa [?]
1973 11 6 72 Cudgewa 5 5 35 Border-Walwa [?]
1974 9 9 63 Cudgewa 8 6 54 Federal Cudgewa Recreation Reserve[?]
1975 9 9 63 Federal 8 9 57 Border-Walwa Jingellic Recreation Reserve
1976 9 7 61 Federal 7 8 50 Border-Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1977 18 21 129 Federal 16 7 103 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
1978 17 10 112 Corryong 16 11 107 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1979 8 22 70 Cudgewa 10 5 65 Federal Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1980 16 18 114 Federal 6 13 49 Tumbarumba Corryong Recreation Reserve
1981 11 25 91 Cudgewa 7 12 54 Border-Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1982 14 7 91 Tumut 8 10 58 Cudgewa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1983 4 7 31 Federal 3 9 27 Border-Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1984 15 18 108 Border-Walwa 13 16 94 Cudgewa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1985 18 9 117 Corryong 15 12 102 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
1986 19 9 123 Federal 10 11 71 Cudgewa [?]
1987 25 13 163 Corryong 10 7 67 Federal Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1988 7 8 50 Federal 5 5 35 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1989 7 12 54 Federal 7 7 49 Border-Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
1990 18 16 124 Border-Walwa 8 12 60 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1991 19 19 133 Border-Walwa 8 11 59 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1992 9 4 58 Border-Walwa 4 6 30 Federal Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1993 10 13 73 Federal 8 9 57 Border-Walwa [?]
1994 17 13 115 Federal 10 10 70 Cudgewa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1995 18 13 121 Corryong 13 12 90 Border-Walwa Walwa Recreation Reserve
1996 17 7 109 Border-Walwa 9 7 61 Corryong [?]
1997 15 16 106 Border-Walwa 12 5 77 Cudgewa Walwa Recreation Reserve
1998 6 10 46 Border-Walwa 5 10 40 Tumbarumba Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
1999 9 14 68 Cudgewa 10 3 63 Border-Walwa Cudgewa Recreation Reserve
2000 21 5 131 Cudgewa 14 9 93 Corryong [?]
2001 9 7 61 Corryong 5 4 34 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
2002 19 14 128 Corryong 4 7 31 Border-Walwa Corryong Recreation Reserve
2003 9 3 57 Corryong 6 2 38 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
2004 10 16 76 Bullioh 8 6 54 Corryong Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2005 15 11 101 Corryong 7 6 48 Federal Corryong Recreation Reserve
2006 15 14 104 Federal 3 7 25 Corryong Corryong Recreation Reserve
2007 13 8 86 Federal 12 6 78 Bullioh Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2008 20 13 133 Bullioh 3 7 25 Corryong Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2009 12 9 81 Bullioh 7 14 56 Tumbarumba Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2010 6 4 40 Bullioh 0 4 4 Federal Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2011 19 11 125 Bullioh 9 8 62 Cudgewa Tallangatta Valley Recreation Reserve
2012 13 11 89 Tumbarumba 12 4 76 Cudgewa Tumbarumba Recreation Reserve
2013 15 12 102 Tumbarumba 10 9 69 Bullioh Tumbarumba Recreation Reserve
2014 16 12 108 Cudgewa 12 5 77 Corryong Cudgewa Recreation Reserve

Medal Winners[edit]

McAullife Medal: Best & Fairest [?] Medal: Leading Goalkicker
Year Votes Player Club Goals Player Club
2013 20 Even Nichols
Stephen Barnes
Corryong
Tumbarumba
90 Matthew Molkentin Tumbarumba

Life Members[edit]

Inducted Inductee Notes
(N/A) Arthur R. Nickless Upper Murray Football League
* (No life membership awarded)
* President: 1972-1977

Victoria Country Football League
* VCFL Service Medallion
M.B.D. Football Council
* Delegate for the Upper Murray Football League 1977

[Pre-1977] Alan M. Vogel Upper Murray Football League
* President: 1961, 1965, 1970
[Pre-1977] Clive McAuliffe Upper Murray Football League
* President: 1964
* Vice President: 1977
* Inter-League Manager: 1977

Victoria Country Football League
* VCFL Service Medallion
M.B.D. Football Council
* Delegate for the Upper Murray Football League 1977

[Pre-1977] Col McClure
(dec.)
Upper Murray Football League
* Secretary: 1945-1962
* Ball Committee: 1977

Victoria Country Football League
* VCFL Service Medallion

[Pre-1977] G. C. Hamilton
(dec.)
Upper Murray Football League
* President: 1959
[?] George Turner [?]
[?] Jack Hallinan Border-Walwa FNC
* Formed the Junior Border-Walwa Football team
* Arranged entry into the Upper Murray Football Association
* Coached & organized juniors
* Club Secretary: 10 Seasons

Upper Murray Football League
* Tribunal Representative
Ovens and Murray Football League
* Appeals Board
Victoria Country Football League
* Delegate for the Upper Murray Football League

[?] Jeff Ross Upper Murray Football League Secretary
[?] Milne Bryant
2013 Mont Waters (Tumbarumba AFNC)
[?] Norm Hughes [?]
1976 Ron G. Clarke
(dec.)
Tintaldra FC
* Player: 1951-1959
* Club Best & Fairest: 1958
* President: 1960-1961

Tintaldra-Khancoban United FC
* President: 1963-1966
Upper Murray Football League
* President: 1962, 1967
* Vice-President: 6 Seasons
* Secretary: 10 Seasons
* Assistant Secretary: 1 Season
* Tribunal Representative: 3 Seasons
* Ball Committee: 1977

National League Players[edit]

Netball Honour Boards[edit]

Premiers[edit]

Best & Fairest[edit]

Leading Goal Scorers[edit]

National League Players[edit]

T.B.A.

Inter-League matches[edit]

T.B.A.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]