Australian Football League season 2003

Australian Football League season 2003

The following is a list of Australian Football League so called 'minor premiers'. The team that Season, Minor premier, Premiership points, Percentage, Runner -up, Margin, Finish .. Jump up ^ Wilson, Caroline (24 August 2003).
Gehrig (St Kilda). Brownlow Medallist · Chris Judd (West Coast). ← 2003 · 2005 →. The 2004 Australian Football League season was the season of the elite Australian rules.
Brownlow Medallist · Simon Black (Brisbane Lions). ← 2001 · 2003 →. The 2002 Australian Football League season was the season of the elite Australian rules. Victorian Football League clubs. AFL Victoria Country country. TasmaniaAustralian Capital Territoryand Northern Territory are the only states or mainland territories not to have AFL clubs although games are regularly played in each of those areas. While attendances for these matches are sometimes published in the media and the AFL carries match reports on all matches, the AFL does not always publish attendance for these matches as the attendances are quite low by AFL standards. The same year saw the West Coast Eagles become the first interstate nightmares after drinking alcohol to reach the Grand Final, losing to Hawthorn. Wizard Home Loans Cup.

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The series is organised under the auspices of the AFL and the Gaelic Athletic Association. The flag has been presented since the league began and is traditionally unfurled at the team's first home game of the following season. These expansion team licences were awarded on payment of multimillion-dollar fees which were not required of the existing VFL clubs. Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. East Perth send a timely reminder of their power to Subiaco and West Perth with their seventh straight finals win in wet conditions. Fitzroy, however, was too weak to continue by itself. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page.