Western Border Football League

The Western Border Football League is an Australian rules football competition based in the Lower South East region of South Australia, and south-western border region of Victoria. It is an affiliated member of the South Australian National Football League and the Victorian Football League. The league is commonly regarded as the premier country football league in South Australia, and a leading country Victorian league.

Read more about Western Border Football League:  Brief History, Win/loss Record, 2008 Ladder, 2009 Ladder, 2010 Ladder, 2011 Ladder, 2012 Ladder

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