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New Norfolk Full name New Norfolk District Football Club Nickname(s) Eagles Strip Founded 1878 Sport Australian rules football League Southern Football League (Tasmania) Ground Boyer Oval Club Song We Are The Mighty Eagle Team! {Tune: 'Road To Gundagai'} President Margaret Gaby Coach Anthony McConnon. Captain TBA 2010 (SFL) Premiers The New Norfolk District Football Club is an Australian rules football club currently playing in the Southern Football League, in Tasmania, Australia. Origins Entry to Southern District Football Assoc 1934 Entry to TANFL/TFL 1947 Entry to Southern Football League 2000 TANFL/TFL Statewide League Premierships 1968, 1982 TANFL/TFL Statewide League Runners Up 1959, 1964, 1970, 1972, 1981, 1983, 1994 SFL Premierships 2005, 2009, 2010 SFL Runner Up 2000, 2004 State Premierships 1968 TANFL/TFL Statewide League Leading Goalkickers 1963 - Peter Hudson - 79 1964 - Peter Hudson - 86 1965 - Peter Hudson - 110 1966 - Peter Hudson - 103 1983 - Wayne Fox - 135 1984 - Wayne Fox - 93 1985 - Wayne Fox - 130 1987 - Paul Dac - 80 1990 - Paul Dac - 103 1991 - Paul Dac - 133 SFL Leading Goalkickers 2003 - Matthew Smith - 67 2005 - Sean Salter - 72 William Leitch Medallists (Best & Fairest Player - TFL & SFL Premier Senior Football) 1948 - Jim Brown 1952 - Cliff Busch 1954 - Bruce Roe 1955 - Rex Garwood 1958 - Rex Garwood 1961 - Roger Browning 1962 - Roger Browning 1972 - Ricky Graham 1974 - Tony Browning 1981 - Robbie Dykes 1985 - Graham Hunnibell 1990 - Ricky Hanlon 1993 - Rene Peters 2004 - Brock Ackerley & Roger Belcher (Tied) 2007 - Brad Carver Darrel Baldock Medallists (Best Player Afield - TFL Statewide League Grand Final) 1994 - Jason Wilton Lefroy Medallists (Best Player Afield - Interstate Football) 1965 - Peter Hudson 1982 - Graham Hunnibell 1983 - Michael Hunnibell 1984 - Wayne Fox 1985 - Wayne Fox Weller Arnold Medallists 1966 - Barry Browning 1970 - Ricky Graham George Watt Medallists (Best & Fairest Player - TFL Reserves Football) 1953 - T.Maddox 1964 - Ken Latham 1965 - Ken Latham 1967 - Robert Wilton 1970 - L.Barratt 1973 - G.Richardson 1974 - R.Wylie 1979 - N.Bester 1983 - Steven Sutton 1986 - Robbie Crane 1991 - Brendan Skelly 1992 - Justin Rainbird 1993 - Adrian Jeffries Vic Geard Medallists (Best & Fairest Player - TFL Thirds Football) 1976 - Steven Sutton 1977 - Dan Munnings 1986 - Jason Taylor 1988 - Steven Byers 1995 - Ricky Braslin Doug Plaister Medallists (Best & Fairest Player - TFL Fourths Football) 1975 - P.Jarvis 1980 - L.Brooks 1981 - Mark Hall 1982 - Mark Hall 1983 - Michael Eiszele 1984 - Jason Taylor 1988 - Paul Banks-Smith 1989 - Paul Barrow 1991 - J.Cooley 1993 - Ricky Braslin 1994 - D.Triffitt 1995 - Craig Haremza & D. Triffitt Club Record Games Holder 331 - Michael Eiszele (including 124 Reserves games) 300 - Hedley Thompson All Australians 1966 - Peter Hudson Club Record Home Attendance 4,710 v Clarence at Boyer Oval on 25 April 1964 in the TFL Club Record Finals Attendance 24,413 v Clarence - 1970 TFL Grand Final at North Hobart Oval Club Record Score SFL 40.25 (265) v Brighton 6.4 (40) on 26 April 2009 at Boyer Oval.[1] References ^ Sporting Pulse NNDFC Record Retrieved on 2009-09-12. External links AFL Southern Tasmania v • d • e Clubs in the Southern Football League Brighton Robins • Central Hawks • Claremont Magpies • Cygnet "The Port" • Dodges Ferry Sharks • East Coast Bombers  • Glenorchy Magpies  • Huonville Lions • Kingborough Tigers • Lindisfarne Blues • New Norfolk Eagles • Sorell Eagles v • d • e Former Tasmanian Football League (TANFL/TFL) clubs Cananore  · Clarence  · Hobart  · Lefroy  · New Norfolk  · New Town/Glenorchy  · North Hobart  · Sandy Bay This article about an Australian rules football team or club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e