2014 Wrap Up

With 2015 nearly over, here is an overview of what has happened in 2014.

  • Manly Warringah claimed back to back premierships in Premier Division defeating Pennant Hills by 43 points on Grand Final day.
  • Balmain capturied the Division One flag after coming back into the division defeating UTS by 16 points.
  • Sydney University defended their Divisiopn Two premiership from 2013 by winning the 2014 flag defeating Blacktown by 39 points.
  • Randwick City claimed their first 1st grade premiership defeating Penrith by a whopping 127 points
  • Wollondilly fell one game short of a fairytale first year in the AFL Sydney competition after losing to UTS in the Division Four decider by 29 points.
  • After a quality first half of football, Blacktown claimed the Division Five flag over Penrith by 49 points.
  • After winning the minor premiership, St George went on to win the Under 19s Division One premiership by 47 points.
  • Western Suburbs completed a dominant season by winning the Under 19s Division Two Grand Final by 24 points.
  • Sydney University go through the season undefeated and claim back to back Women's Division One Premierships winning by 17 points over UNSW/ES Stingrays.
  • Southern Power also go through the year undefeated defeating Wollongong in the Grand Final by 10 points.
  • Pennant Hills Alex Goodall claimed the 2014 Phelan Medal polling 28 votes finishing ahead of Manly Warringah's Connor Pettersson and North Shore's Selby Lee-Steere
  • Harry Dobson from Sydney University is voted the AFL Sydney Rising Star winner while Catherine Stanton is voted the AFL Sydney Women's Rising Star.
  • Greg Corless from Penrith is awarded the AFL Sydney Volunteer of the Year.
  • AFL Sydney has a new Life Member with Ian Wright being inducted in while Russell Matheson and Geoffrey Green are inducted into the Hall of Fame.
  • AFL Sydney claim bragging rights over AFL Canberra with a 72 point victory at StarTrack Oval while the Under 23s side go down to a strong Black Diamond AFL side by 48 points at Newcastle.
  • For the first time, AFL Sydney have a Women's Rep side playing a two match series against AFL Canberra. AFL Sydney win the first game by 32 points down in Canberra, but AFL Canberra come back winning the second game by 3 points


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