After kicking off the 2018 social calendar at the Toronto Marlies last weekend it's time to get back into it! Toronto Dingos training sessions this week will be:
Tuesday, February 27th at the Cherry St. YMCA - 8 :00 PM
Thursday, March 1st at the Davisville Public School Gymnasium starting 6:30 PM
No previous experience is necessary and people of all fitness levels are welcome.more
Tim Shaw, the Toronto Dingos hard-hitting half back flanker, former president and Life Member, who played in all four of the club’s premierships, passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2018.
During his 122 games spanning almost two decades with the Toronto Dingos Football Club, Shawy (as he was affectionately known as), embodied the tradition, loyalty and pride associated with the Dingos.more
On November 4th the Toronto Dingos held their annual Awards night held at midtown sponsor Scallwags. The evening was buzzing with anticipation on who would win what after an interesting season of football which saw all lot of exciting rookies take to the field.more
In the final round of the AFL Ontario regular season the Toronto Dingos found themselves facing the visiting Ottawa Swans. While the Dingos were already out of the race for a finals spot, they still had a lot to play for as they celebrated founding member Paul Tinkler’s 200th game with the club. Before the game “Tinks” and the team ran through a banner created to mark the milestone cheered on bymore
The Toronto Dingos faced the Toronto Eagles in their recent AFL Ontario round eleven fixture. When these teams faced off in their postponed round one match recently the Eagles came out the victors 11.21-87 to 2.6-18. The Dingos came in looking to make amends having put in a better showing against the Hamilton Wildcats in between the two fixtures.more
Some say club stability is the key in achieving long-lasting milestones. Others cite injury-free runs, good form and selection. Toronto Dingos founding member Paul Tinkler has conquered all of those things. This weekend marks his 200th Australian Football League Ontario match for the Toronto Dingos against the Ottawa Swans at Humber College South (ball-up is at 3pm Saturday August 24th).more
If you’re looking for a place to watch the 2017 AFL Grand Final, then look no further! The Toronto Dingos will be hosting their 22nd Annual AFL Grand Final Party on Friday September 29th at The Office Pub on John St.
The match will be broadcast on televisions throughout the bar, in what is once again sure to be the best AFL Grand Final Party in Toronto.more
The Toronto Dingos travelled down the QEW for their annual clash against the Hamilton Wildcats on Saturday. Looking to bounce back from the previous week, the Dingos brought a strong side into the match, despite having many regulars out due to injures and family commitments. The Wildcats won the toss and elected to take the wind in the first quarter.more
The Toronto Dingos and Toronto Eagles were finally able to play their long-postponed AFL Ontario round one clash this past Thursday. This and a number of other round one fixtures were originally postponed due to the rain soaked condition of several of the available fields earlier in the year after a particularly wet spring.more
The Toronto Dingos got their second crack at the Central Blues in AFL Ontario round nine action this past weekend. The sides last met back in round five with the Blues coming out narrow victors and the Dingos were keen to make amends.more
The Toronto Dingos took on the Toronto Rebels this past weekend in AFL Ontario round 8 action. While the Dingos have had their ups and downs this season, they knew this match would be a tough one, with the Rebels undefeated so far this season.
From the opening ball-up at Humber College South the Rebels quickly found their stride rushing out to a 6.2-38 to 0.2-2 lead in the first quarter.more
The Toronto Dingos headed to Ottawa this past weekend for their annual road trip to take on the Ottawa Swans in AFL Ontario round seven action. While parts of the field at Manotick were still showing some signs of wear from a soggy encounter the week before, conditions for this one were dry and sunny - a great day for football in Ontario.more
The Toronto Dingos took on the High Park Demons in AFL Ontario round 6 action on the weekend. In the season thus far both teams had extracted their sole wins against the Grand River Gargoyles and came into this one keen to right the ship.more
After taking a weekend off to celebrate Canada Day AFL Ontario action returns with the Toronto Dingos taking on the High Park Demons at Humber College South this Saturday July 8th with ball-up scheduled for 3:00pm.
Both teams got their sole win of the season so far against the Grand River Gargoyles and will be desperate to get another on the board.more
The Toronto Dingos kicked off AFL Ontario round 5 action with an early Saturday morning start against the Central Blues. Both teams came into the match with a single win to their names, with the Blues having beaten the High Park Demons in round 4 and the Dingos having last won in round 2 against the Grand River Gargoyles.more
The Toronto Dingos took on the Etobicoke Roos in Friday night football action at Humber South in the annual Ken Gray Memorial Cup game, now in its third year. This yearly matchup between the two clubs honours the late Ken Gray, a long time supporter of the Roos and AFL Ontario, and the Dingos were again honored to participate.more
Kicking off round 4 AFL Ontario action the Toronto Dingos will be taking on the Etobicoke Roos at Humber College South (map) this Friday 16th of June with ball-up scheduled for 6:30pm.
The Dingos are 1-1 for the season with the opening win against the Grand River Gargoyles seeming like a distant memory after a tough loss to the Broadview Hawks last Saturday going down 4.3-27 to 15.16-106.more
The Toronto Dingos played their second match of the season this past Saturday, squaring off against the Broadview Hawks in Round 3 of the 2017 AFL Ontario season. Following a solid showing in Guelph the week before, the Red and Black were looking to build on their success and put a good showing in against their old 2013 Grand Final rivals.more
After kicking off their 2017 campaign with a hard earned win in Guelph the Toronto Dingos make their first appearance at Humber College South (map) for the year this Saturday June 10th at 4 PM against the Broadview Hawks.
The Hawks are 1-1 for the season having won their opener against the Demons (16.16-112 to 7.5-47) but lost to the Toronto Rebels in round two action (5.1-31 to 11.7-73).more
After a delayed start to their season due to the wet conditions last week, the Toronto Dingos were keen to kick things off when they travelled to Guelph to take on the Grand River Gargoyles. After such an auspicious start to the AFL Ontario season, the conditions at Margaret Greene Park couldn’t have been better, with not a cloud in the sky and a dry ground underfoot.more
The Toronto Dingos will be heading to Guelph to take on the Grand River Gargoyles at 12 PM on Saturday June 3rd @ Margaret Greene Park (map). Last season the Dingos had a narrow loss (10.12-72 to 10.6-66) in Guelph in round 3 (match report). They will be keen to make amends this year to get their season off on the right foot.more
Following some great pre-season events which included a Marlies game, the St Paddy's Day Parade, and a pre-season training trip to London, the Dingos continue their annual tradition of catching a Jays game from the Flight Deck. This year, Coach K has given permission for the boys to miss a Thursday training, so we will be heading down on Thursday, May 11th, to see the Jays in action!more
On Sunday March 19th the Toronto Dingo’s joined the Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade for the second year in a row. The Dingo’s were well represented by a number of our Irish, Canadian, and Australian players as well as family and friends.more
The Dingos' 2017 social calendar kicked off on Saturday as the team headed to the Ricoh Coliseum to watch the Toronto Marlies take on the Manitoba Moose. Marlies games have become marquee events on the club's calendar, with this being the fifth successive season that the Dingos have taken in an AHL game.more
Join us at The Office Pub on John St. for Australia Day 2017 Celebrations! The finest Aussie Beer selection and food menu on offer (the best Aussie Burger in Toronto can ONLY be found at The Office pub). There will also be raffle prizes, $5 Moosehead pints and no cover! See you on the 26th. #jointhepackmore
Dingos' vice-captains James Duggan and Mike Karas have earned positions in the 2016 AFL Ontario All-Star Team after strong seasons that helped lead the club to its seventh finals appearance in the past eight years.more
The Dingos headed to Kingston for their third annual pre-season camp from May 7-8th. In what has become a popular event on the club's calendar, more than 25 players headed down the 401 for a day of hard training and team building before experiencing everything Kingston's nightlife had to offer.more
As part of the Toronto Downtown Dingos' 20th Anniversary, we will be counting down the Top 20 Moments from the past 20 years. Stay tuned to this space (and check out the Dingos' Facebook page!) for Moments #20 to #11. Then, come out to the Gala on June 27th as we unveil the top 10.more
A mixed result this past weekend, as the Division 2 squad opened the season with a huge showing, while the Div 1s let a 4-goal lead at half slip away against the defending GF Champion Broadview Hawks.more
Heath Neville is this week's Toronto Dingo's player interview. Kicked five goals in his first match against Hamilton Wildcats, is a great contributor on the field and loves a good time. Here's what he had to say.more
James Sheehan, otherwise known around the club as "Big Jim" is this week's Toronto Dingos interview. The energetic ruckman injured his ankle some weeks back and is due to return within the next few rounds. Here's what he had to say.more
A torrential downpour greeted the Dingos and the Hawks as they arrived at Humber South for the final game of the 2013 AFL Ontario season. It was unclear whether the rain was to either team’s advantage, but it was certain that the match would be tightly contested and skills would not be at their peak.more
This past weekend saw the Dingos take part in a non-elimination Finals match against the Minor Premiers, the Broadview Hawks. In a steady downpour throughout, the Dingos were outclassed by their opponents and walked off the field with a 90-point loss. The Dingos will attempt to regroup and make it to the Grand Final as they take on the Toronto Rebels next week in the Semi-Finals.more
The Dingos will be looking to knock off the only undefeated team in the OAFL this weekend as they take to the field against the Toronto Eagles. The Eagles have drastically improved on their 2012 form, when they managed just one win for the season.more
The Dingos took to the field in round 5 action on Friday night against old rivals the Toronto Rebels. In what was a battle of 2nd and 3rd on the OAFL ladder, the Dingos were eager to make up for a sub-par performance in the nation’s capital, while the Rebels were on the rebound from their first defeat of the season.more
Toronto Dingos Div.2 began their 2013 campaign with a 16-point win against the High Park Demons at a rain soaked Humber South last weekend. Leading at every change, the Dingos kicked away in the second half with two late goals by Irish team manger Gary Conlon.more
Paul Tinkler has put together a fantastic recruiting website for all new players who are interested in playing with or becoming a part of the Toronto Dingos Football Club - http://www.dingosrecruiting.com/more
The Dingos preseason began last Thursday with a light run around Casa Loma. The run was a great success, with several new faces coming out to take part in the first event of the Dingos' 2013 campaign.more
This past week saw a storm of controversy break out across social media and the Dingos email list as President Craig Stewart put forth a proposal that the Dingos upgrade and modernize their classic dingos paw logo.more