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Sandringham Football Club

Sandringham
Names
Full name Sandringham Football Club
Nickname(s) The Zebras
Club details
Founded 1929
Colours      Black,      Gold and      Blue
Competition Victorian Football League
President Danny Corcoran
Coach Paul Hudson[1]
Captain(s) Adam Cockie
Premierships 10 (1946, 1962, 1985, 1992, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006)
Ground(s) Trevor Barker Beach Oval (capacity: 10,000)
Other information
Official website http://www.sandringhamfc.com.au/
Guernsey:

The Sandringham Football Club, nicknamed The Zebras, is an Australian rules football club based in Melbourne which was formed in 1929 and plays in the Victorian Football League (VFL) which was formerly called the Victorian Football Association (VFA).

Contents

  • History 1
  • Club information 2
    • Recent VFL results 2.1
  • Notable former players 3
  • Honours 4
  • Club jumper 5
  • References 6

History

The Sandringham Football Club was admitted a license in the VFA competition (now VFL) ahead of the 1929 season, though the first moves to establish a semi-professional football team from the Sandringham region began two years earlier. The club was formed in that time as a three-way merge of the existing amateur clubs in the area, Sandringham Amateurs, Black Rock FC and Hampton Amateurs. The club colours of gold, black and blue were taken from those three local teams respectively. In the clubs' first 10 years of existence, they achieved a final end of season ladder position of no higher than 5th, which came in the 1933 season.[2]

Sandringham recorded its inaugural premiership in the 1946 season, coming from behind late in the final quarter to record a 7-point win over Camberwell in front of 30,000 spectators.[3] Though the club struggled throughout the 1950s, it has since gone on to record 10 premierships in total, being one of the most consistent teams in the VFL, their most successful period coming in the 2000s, with 4 premierships in 10 years cementing the club as one of the premier teams in the league.[4]

Club information

The Zebras have a five-year alignment agreement with Australian Football League (AFL) club St Kilda of which the first season was 2009. The alignment agreement means that St Kilda listed players who are able to play but not selected for the Saints in the AFL are available to be selected for the Zebras in the VFL. Previously, Sandringham had an alignment with Melbourne.[5] Sandringham and Melbourne were the first two clubs to form an alignment. This was announced in 1999 and began in the 2000 season. The alignment had an immediate effect with Sandringham winning the premiership in 2000.[6] Sandringham and St Kilda signed a five-year alignment on 1 November 2008. The alignment has since been extended through the 2014-2015 seasons.[7]

The Zebra's home ground is and almost always has been the Trevor Barker Beach Oval. Only in 1966 did the club change home grounds, spending a year at the Junction Oval in St Kilda before moving back to Trevor Barker Beach Oval ahead of the 1967 season.[8]

The Sandringham Dragons play in the TAC Cup and are due to become part of the Sandringham club in the near future.

Recent VFL results

Season Win-Loss Finishing position Finals
2009 7-11 10th DNQ
2010 7-11 9th DNQ
2011 6-12 10th DNQ
2012 10-8 6th Elimination Final
2013 6-11 (1 draw) 11th DNQ
2014 9-8 (1 draw) 8th Semi Final

Notable former players

Honours

VFA/VFL premierships (10)

1946 – Sandringham 14.15 (99) defeated Camberwell 13.14 (92)
1962 – Sandringham 14.10 (94) defeated Moorabbin 13.15 (93)
1985 – Sandringham 14.16 (100) defeated Williamstown 13.16 (94)
1992 – Sandringham 19.16 (130) defeated Williamstown 13.8 (86)
1994 – Sandringham 11.12 (78) defeated Box Hill 10.9 (69)
1997 – Sandringham 10.13 (73) defeated Frankston 5.14 (44)
2000 – Sandringham 15.18 (108) defeated North Ballarat 11.11 (77)
2004 – Sandringham 9.13 (67) defeated Port Melbourne 9.9 (63)
2005 – Sandringham 11.17 (83) defeated Werribee 11.8 (74)
2006 – Sandringham 13.13 (91) defeated Geelong 11.7 (73)

VFA/VFL runners up (5)

1947 – Port Melbourne 15.15 (105) defeated Sandringham 11.8 (74)
1960 – Oakleigh 18.14 (122) defeated Sandringham 8.14 (62)
1963 – Moorabbin 19.16 (130) defeated Sandringham 9.12 (66)
1977 – Port Melbourne 23.19 (157) defeated Sandringham 7.15 (57)
1995 – Springvale 14.10 (94) defeated Sandringham 6.15 (51)

JJ Liston Trophy Winners (8)
1929 – Edward Bourke
1947 – Stan Tomlins
1962 – Keith Burns
1985 – Neil McLeod
1992 – Joe Rugolo
1997 – Justin Crough
2003 – David Robbins
2005 – Paul Johnson

Club jumper

References

  1. ^ "St Kilda Football Club Coaching Staff". saints.com.au. St Kilda Football Club. Retrieved 23 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Zebras History 1920-1940". Sandringham Football Club. Retrieved 31 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Sandringham's first VFA premiership (archived at Trove.nla.gov.au)". Argus Newspaper. 7 October 1946. Retrieved 31 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "Club Bio - Sandringham". Australianfootball.com.au. Retrieved 31 July 2014. 
  5. ^ Saints, Demons in VFL affiliate swap (AFL.com.au)
  6. ^ 2000 VFL Grand Final - details
  7. ^ St Kilda renew VFL ties with Sandringham
  8. ^ Jim Blake (27 April 1966). "Coburg show hot form". The Sporting Globe (Melbourne, VIC). p. 6. 
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