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Etobicoke Kangaroos

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Etobicoke Kangaroos

Etobicoke Kangaroos
Etobicoke Kangaroos Australian Football Club Logo
Full name Etobicoke Kangaroos Australian Football Club
Nickname(s) Kangaroos,'Roos
2015 season
Leading goalkicker Jack Cuzner (34)
Best and fairest Jack Cuzner
Club details
Founded 2003
Colours Royal Blue and White
Competition Ontario Australian Football League
President Bill Conway
Coach Brett Connell
Captain(s) Jack Cuzner
Ground(s) Colenel Samuel Smith Park (Humber South)
Other information
Official website

The Etobicoke Kangaroos are an amateur Australian Football club based in Etobicoke, Toronto, Canada. They are members of the Ontario Australian Football League.

The club made a surprise Grand Final appearance in 2003 (their first year of competition) and lost to the Toronto Dingos.

The Kangaroos lost to the Toronto Eagles in the 2007 and 2009 Grand Final.

In 2008, the Kangaroos defeated Toronto to post their first OAFL premiership.

The Kangaroos won back to back Premierships in 2011 (vs High Park) and in 2012 (vs Broadview Hawks).

The Kangaroos won two premierships in season 2015, adding their fourth division 1 premiership by defeating the Toronto Eagles and their first Women's premiership after the Lady Roos defeated the Hamilton Wildcats.

2015 AFL Ontario Men's and Women's Division 1 Premiers

External links

  • Official Etobicoke Kangaroos Website

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