Oatlands District Football Association

The Oatlands District Football Association (ODFA) is a non-professional Australian rules football league from Tasmania, Australia.

Read more about Oatlands District Football Association:  Oatlands District Football Association Origins: 1952–1999, Summer of 2005–2006, 2007-2013 Competition Expands, Current Clubs, Current Coaches, Former Clubs, ODFA Best & Fairest Medal Winners, ODFA Grand Finals: 1952–2010, 2010 Ladder, 2011 Ladder, 2012 Ladder, Published Books

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