Corowa Football Club

The Corowa Football Club, nicknamed the Spiders, was an Australian rules football club based in Corowa, New South Wales, that competed in the Ovens & Murray Football League.[1]

Corowa
Names
Full nameCorowa Football Club
Nickname(s)Spiders
Club details
Founded1898
Dissolved1979 (1979)
(merged to form the Corowa-Rutherglen FC)
Colours         
CompetitionOvens & Murray Football League
Premierships(2): 1932, 1968
Uniforms
Home

Famous footballers who played for the club include Fred Swift, Peter Chisnall and John Hoiles.

The club merged with the Rutherglen FC in 1979, forming the Corowa-Rutherglen Football Club.

Leagues

Premierships

Morris Medal winners

Team of the Century (1903-2003)

Team of the Century [2]
B: F. King D. Sandral L. Jackson
HB: W. Francis J. Sandral J. Kingston
C: A. Dunn W. Gayfer W. O'Donoghue
HF: D. Carroll N. Hawking G. Tobias 1
F: A. Francis R. Baker A. McCauley
Foll: M. Mills J. King J. Clancy
Int: J. Lane A. Way C. Dickins
Coach: P. Tossol
Team ref
Notes
  • 1 G. Tobias was named in the Team of the Century for his career with the Corowa FC. He was also a foundation player for the Corowa-Rutherglen FC in 1979

See also

References

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