South Melbourne

South Melbourne may refer to

  • South Melbourne, Victoria, suburb of Melbourne
  • South Melbourne FC, a football (soccer) club based in South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Sydney Swans, Australian rules football club formerly known as South Melbourne Football Club

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Championship Of Australia - Champions By Year
... Year Champion Runner-Up Score Venue 1888 Norwood South Melbourne 3 games - 0 Kensington Oval, Adelaide 1890 Port Adelaide South Melbourne 7.10 - 6.13 * Adelaide Oval 1893 Essendon South Adelaide 10.23 - 3.6 * Victoria Park, Melbourne 1907 Norwood Carlton 13.12 (90) - 8.10 (58) Adelaide Oval 1908 West Adelaide Carlton 12.9 (81) - 7.10 (52) Adelaide Oval 1909 South Melbourne West Adelaide 11.8 (74) - 7.14 (56) Melbourne Cricket Ground 1910 Port Adelaide Collingwood 15.20 (110) - 7.9 (51) Adelaide Oval 1911 West Adelaide Essendon 8.9 (57) - 7.12 (54) Adelaide Oval 1913 Port Adelaide Fitzroy 13.16 (94) - 4.7 (31) Adelaide Oval 1914 Port Adelaide Carlton 9.16 (70) - 5.6 (36) Adelaide Oval 1968 Carlton Sturt 13.15 (93) - 6.20 (56) Adelaide Oval 1969 Richmond Sturt 15.27 (117) - 9.10 (64) Adelaide Oval 1970 Carlton Sturt 21.13 (139) - 12.22 (94) Adelaide Oval 1971 Hawthorn North Adelaide 13.13 (91) - 10.7 (67) Adelaide Oval 1972 North Adelaide Carlton 10.13 (73) - 10.12 (72) Adelaide Oval 1973 Richmond Subiaco 12.20 (92) - 10.19 (79) Adelaide Oval 1974 Richmond Sturt 27.11 (173) - 13.17 (95) Football Park 1975 North Melbourne Norwood 17.15 (117) - 5.11 (41) Football Park 1976 Hawthorn North Melbourne 12.17 (89) - 5.11 (41) Norwood Oval ** * During the 1890s behinds, although recorded, were not added to a team's score as whoever kicked more goals won the game ... ** Night Game ...
Laurie Taylor (Australian Footballer) - The Taylor Football Family
1946, West Adelaide 44 games (127 goals) 1944, West Adelaide/Genelg 1 game (1 goal) South Australian Interstate Team 5 games (7 goals) 1944, 1947, Richmond 20 ... Also represented New South Wales in interstate football ... He played for South Australia five times ...
Stan Wootton
20 March 1962) was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne and Richmond in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... Leopold recruit Stan Wootton started his VFL career at South Melbourne in 1915 but did not appear again until 1920 due to war commitments ... He spent the 1920 season as a forward and topped South Melbourne's goal-kicking with 28 goals, including a career best haul of five against Melbourne at Lake Oval ...
List Of Victorian Football League Players Who Died In Active Service - World War I
... Private Charles "Charlie" Fincher (472) (South Melbourne), Private Fenley John "Fen" McDonald (127) (Carlton and Melbourne), and Corporal Arthur Mueller "Joe" Pearce (418) (Melbourne) — it. 23 July 1916 Pozières, France Jim Bonella 1 Melbourne Private 2nd Battalion Australian Machine Gun Corps 24 May 1918 France Norman Bradford 7 South Melbourne Corporal, 23rd Battalion. 4 August 1916 Pozières, France Cliff Burge 5 Melbourne Lieutenant, 24th Battalion, First A.I.F ...

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    To lib and die in Dixie!
    Away, away, away down South in Dixie!
    Daniel Decatur Emmett (1815–1904)