2012 NEAFL season

The 2012 NEAFL season was the second season of the North East Australian Football League (NEAFL).

2012 NEAFL season
Teams19
PremiersBrisbane Lions
1st premiership
Minor premiersQueanbeyan
1st minor premiership
Grogan MedallistRyan Davey
Labrador (14 votes)
Fraser Pope
Southport (14 votes)
Tom Salter
Redland (14 votes)
Mulrooney MedallistShane Harris
Belconnen (16 votes)
Leading goalkickerJames Kavanagh
Queanbeyan (84 goals)
Matches played184
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League structureEdit

The league is split into two divisions called the Northern Conference and the Eastern Conference.

In 2012 two new teams were added to the Eastern Conference from the AFL Sydney competition - Sydney Hills and Sydney University. With the admission of Greater Western Sydney to the AFL, the club's NEAFL side became a reserves team and played under the name of University of Western Sydney.

Participating clubsEdit

Eastern Conference Participating Clubs
Club Location Home ground
Ainslie Canberra, ACT Ainslie Oval
Belconnen Canberra, ACT Manuka Oval
Eastlake Canberra, ACT Manuka Oval
Queanbeyan Canberra, ACT Dairy Farmers Park
Sydney Hills Sydney, NSW Bruce Purser Reserve
Sydney Swans Sydney, NSW Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney University Sydney, NSW Sydney University Oval
Tuggeranong Canberra, ACT Greenway Oval
UWS Giants Sydney, NSW Blacktown Olympic Park
Northern Conference Participating Clubs
Club Location Home ground
Aspley Brisbane, QLD Graham Road
Brisbane Lions Brisbane, QLD Gabba
Broadbeach Gold Coast, QLD H & A Oval
Gold Coast Gold Coast, QLD Metricon Stadium
Labrador Gold Coast, QLD Cooke-Murphy Oval
Morningside Brisbane, QLD Esplen Oval
Mount Gravatt Brisbane, QLD Dittmer Park
NT Thunder Darwin, NT TIO Stadium
Redland Brisbane, QLD Tidbold Park
Southport Gold Coast, QLD Fankhauser Reserve

Regular seasonEdit

Round 1Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 24 March (11:00 am) Sydney Hills 14.12 (94) def. Sydney University 12.9 (81) Bruce Purser Reserve
Saturday, 24 March (3:50 pm) UWS Giants 4.10 (34) def. by Sydney Swans 23.13 (151) ANZ Stadium
Sunday, 25 March (2:00 pm) Ainslie 22.12 (144) def. Belconnen 18.8 (116) Ainslie Oval
Sunday, 25 March (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 30.20 (200) def. Tuggeranong 7.10 (52) Dairy Farmers Park
Bye: Eastlake
Northern Conference
Saturday, 24 March (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 11.9 (75) def. by Aspley 20.11 (131) Dittmer Park
Saturday, 24 March (1:30 pm) Labrador 14.10 (94) def. Broadbeach 13.11 (89) Cooke-Murphy Reserve
Saturday, 24 March (1:30 pm) Redland 14.16 (100) def. by Southport 25.9 (159) Tidbold Park
Saturday, 24 March (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 21.16 (142) def. Morningside 8.7 (55) TIO Stadium
Bye: Brisbane Lions, Gold Coast

Round 2Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 31 March (11:45 am) Ainslie 6.13 (49) def. by Labrador 20.14 (134) Ainslie Oval
Saturday, 31 March (2:00 pm) Sydney Hills 18.10 (118) def. by Queanbeyan 20.21 (141) Bruce Purser Reserve
Saturday, 31 March (6:00 pm) Tuggeranong 11.9 (75) def. by Eastlake 20.15 (135) Greenway Oval
Sunday, 1 April (1:00 pm) Sydney University 14.15 (99) def. by Belconnen 18.17 (125) Henson Park
Bye: Sydney Swans, UWS Giants
Northern Conference
Saturday, 31 March (10:30 am) Southport 10.5 (65) def. by Gold Coast 19.17 (131) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 31 March (11:30 am) Broadbeach 8.13 (61) def. by Brisbane Lions 18.16 (124) H & A Oval
Saturday, 31 March (1:30 pm) Aspley 6.13 (49) def. by NT Thunder 20.14 (134) Graham Road
Saturday, 31 March (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 11.17 (83) def. by Redland 19.19 (133) Dittmer Park
Bye: Morningside

Round 3Edit

Eastern Conference
Friday, 6 April (5:00 pm) Tuggeranong 14.11 (95) drew with Belconnen 14.11 (95) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 7 April (10:35 am) Sydney Swans 7.13 (55) def. by Gold Coast 13.13 (91) Sydney Cricket Ground
Saturday, 7 April (12:00 pm) Ainslie 17.12 (114) def. by Sydney Hills 19.12 (126) Ainslie Oval
Saturday, 7 April (12:00 pm) Sydney University 11.16 (82) def. by Eastlake 15.19 (109) Sydney University Oval
Saturday, 7 April (1:00 pm) UWS Giants 12.9 (81) def. by Brisbane Lions 15.19 (109) Blacktown International Sportspark
Bye: Queanbeyan
Northern Conference
Saturday, 7 April (1:30 pm) Labrador 19.8 (122) def. Mount Gravatt 14.4 (88) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 7 April (1:30 pm) Morningside 14.10 (94) def. by Broadbeach 16.9 (105) Esplen Oval
Saturday, 7 April (1:30 pm) Redland 22.12 (144) def. Aspley 14.12 (96) Tidbold Park
Saturday, 7 April (3:20 pm) NT Thunder 9.10 (64) def. by Southport 12.10 (82) Traeger Park

Round 4Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 14 April (11:45 am) Ainslie 17.9 (111) def. Sydney Swans 12.13 (85) Ainslie Oval
Saturday, 14 April (2:00 pm) Tuggeranong 16.8 (104) def. by Sydney University 16.10 (106) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 14 April (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 19.7 (121) def. Eastlake 13.7 (85) Dairy Farmers Park
Saturday, 14 April (4:15 pm) UWS Giants 19.16 (130) def. Sydney Hills 13316 (94) Blacktown International Sportspark
Bye: Belconnen
Northern Conference
Saturday, 14 April (1:30 pm) Southport 16.11 (107) def. Mount Gravatt 8.12 (60) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 14 April (1:30 pm) Aspley 16.15 (111) def. Labrador 13.9 (87) Graham Road
Saturday, 14 April (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 17.11 (113) drew with Redland 17.11 (113) H & A Oval
Saturday, 14 April (3:20 pm) NT Thunder 11.10 (76) def. by Brisbane Lions 12.12 (84) Traeger Park
Saturday, 14 April (3:30 pm) Gold Coast 17.24 (126) def. Morningside 11.10 (76) Metricon Stadium

Round 5Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 21 April (1:45 pm) UWS Giants 14.14 (98) def. Queanbeyan 13.16 (94) Blacktown International Sportspark
Saturday, 21 April (2:10 pm) Sydney Hills 20.16 (136) def. Belconnen 16.6 (102) Bruce Purser Reserve
Sunday, 22 April (11:35 am) Sydney Swans 33.21 (219) def. Tuggeranong 6.5 (41) Sydney Cricket Ground
Bye: Ainslie, Sydney University
Northern Conference
Saturday, 21 April (1:00 pm) Mount Gravatt 14.18 (102) def. Eastlake 12.15 (87) Dittmer Park
Saturday, 21 April (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 11.11 (77) def. by Gold Coast 14.9 (93) Leyshon Park
Saturday, 21 April (1:30 pm) Morningside 11.16 (82) def. by Labrador 25.17 (167) Esplen Oval
Saturday, 21 April (1:30 pm) Redland 19.13 (127) def. by NT Thunder 22.16 (148) Tidbold Park
Bye: Aspley, Broadbeach, Southport

Round 6Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 28 April (9:30 am) Eastlake 15.13 (103) def. UWS Giants 13.7 (85) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 29 April (11:45 am) Queanbeyan 20.15 (135) def. Sydney University 8.7 (55) Dairy Farmers Park
Sunday, 29 April (11:45 am) Tuggeranong 14.12 (96) def. by Sydney Hills 19.22 (136) Greenway Oval
Sunday, 29 April (2:00 pm) Belconnen 13.7 (85) def. by Ainslie 12.19 (91) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference
Saturday, 28 April (1:30 pm) Aspley 2.6 (18) def. by Southport 16.11 (107) Graham Road Oval
Saturday, 28 April (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 25.12 (162) def. Mount Gravatt 13.6 (84) H & A Oval
Saturday, 28 April (1:30 pm) Labrador 8.6 (54) def. Gold Coast 6.6 (42) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 28 April (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 16.16 (112) def. Sydney Swans 12.18 (90) TIO Stadium
Sunday, 29 April (1:30 pm) Morningside 5.7 (37) def. by Brisbane Lions 16.22 (118) Esplen Oval
Bye: Redland

Round 7Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 5 May (11:45 am) Tuggeranong 13.6 (84) def. by Redland 14.18 (102) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 5 May (11:45 am) Belconnen 13.10 (88) def. by Morningside 13.13 (91) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 5 May (12:00 pm) Sydney University 5.6 (36) def. by Sydney Swans 38.11 (239) Blacktown International Sportspark
Saturday, 5 May (2:00 pm) Ainslie 9.11 (65) def. by Eastlake 17.7 (109) Ainslie Oval
Bye: Queanbeyan, UWS Giants, Sydney Hills
Northern Conference
Saturday, 5 May (12:30 pm) Gold Coast 10.14 (74) def. by NT Thunder 13.14 (92) Metricon Stadium
Saturday, 5 May (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 20.18 (138) def. Aspley 16.10 (106) Leyshon Park
Sunday, 6 May (1:30 pm) Southport 18.13 (121) def. Broadbeach 11.9 (75) Fankhauser Reserve
Bye: Labrador, Mount Gravatt

Round 8Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 12 May (9:30 am) UWS Giants 13.12 (90) def. Gold Coast 10.15 (75) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 13 May (11:45 am) Queanbeyan 20.17 (137) def. Sydney Hills 9.10 (64) Dairy Farmers Park
Sunday, 13 May (12:00 pm) Sydney University 13.10 (88) def. by Ainslie 18.16 (124) Sydney University Oval
Sunday, 13 May (2:00 pm) Eastlake 20.11 (131) def. Belconnen 7.9 (51) Manuka Oval
Bye: Tuggeranong
Northern Conference
Saturday, 12 May (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 12.20 (86) def. by Sydney Swans 18.12 (120) Leyshon Park
Saturday, 12 May (1:30 pm) Morningside 11.10 (76) def. by Southport 21.14 (140) Esplen Oval
Saturday, 12 May (1:30 pm) Redland 14.16 (100) def. by Labrador 20.9 (129) Tidbold Park
Saturday, 12 May (3:20 pm) NT Thunder 13.9 (87) def. by Broadbeach 14.16 (100) Traeger Park
Sunday, 13 May (1:30 pm) Aspley 8.18 (66) def. by Mount Gravatt 11.12 (78) Graham Road

Round 9Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 19 May (1:00 pm) Sydney Swans 22.12 (144) def. Eastlake 5.13 (43) Sydney Cricket Ground
Saturday, 19 May (2:00 pm) Tuggeranong 10.7 (67) def. by Ainslie 22.17 (149) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 19 May (2:00 pm) Belconnen 7.4 (46) def. by Queanbeyan 18.16 (124) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 20 May (2:10 pm) Sydney Hills 24.19 (163) def. Sydney University 8.10 (58) Bruce Purser Reserve
Northern Conference
Saturday, 19 May (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 25.12 (162) def. Aspley 12.7 (79) H & A Oval
Saturday, 19 May (1:30 pm) Labrador 20.16 (136) def. Morningside 15.13 (103) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 19 May (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 11.12 (78) def. by Southport 18.12 (120) Dittmer Park
Saturday, 19 May (1:30 pm) Redland 14.14 (98) def. by Gold Coast 24.15 (159) Tidbold Park
Sunday, 20 May (9:30 am) Brisbane Lions 41.28 (274) def. UWS Giants 5.3 (33) Leyshon Park
Bye: NT Thunder

Round 10Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 2 June (2:00 pm) Sydney Hills 20.16 (136) def. UWS Giants 4.3 (27) Bruce Purser Reserve
Saturday, 2 June (2:00 pm) Belconnen 21.8 (134) def. Sydney University 6.7 (43) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 3 June (11:00 am) Sydney Swans 16.13 (109) def. Gold Coast 8.8 (56) Blacktown International Sportspark
Sunday, 3 June (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 16.10 (106) def. Ainslie 13.11 (89) Dairy Farmers Park
Sunday, 3 June (2:00 pm) Eastlake 8.12 (60) def. Tuggeranong 2.8 (20) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference
Saturday, 2 June (1:30 pm) Southport 12.8 (80) def. Labrador 5.9 (39) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 2 June (1:30 pm) Aspley 9.9 (36) def. by Redland 11.8 (74) Graham Road
Saturday, 2 June (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 5.12 (42) def. by Brisbane Lions 24.15 (159) Graham Road
Saturday, 2 June (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 22.11 (143) def. Mount Gravatt 4.6 (30) TIO Stadium
Bye: Morningside

Round 11Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 9 June (11:45 am) Eastlake 23.8 (146) def. Aspley 16.12 (108) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 9 June (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 14.12 (96) def. by Sydney Swans 20.17 (137) Dairy Farmers Park
Saturday, 9 June (2:00 pm) Sydney University 26.14 (170) def. Tuggeranong 13.9 (87) Sydney University Oval
Sunday, 10 June (2:00 pm) Belconnen 8.14 (62) def. by Sydney Hills 12.16 (88) Manuka Oval
Bye: Ainslie, UWS Giants
Northern Conference
Saturday, 9 June (12:30 pm) Gold Coast 18.9 (117) def. Broadbeach 6.15 (51) Metricon Stadium
Saturday, 9 June (1:30 pm) Southport 10.15 (75) def. by Redland 10.16 (76) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 9 June (1:30 pm) Labrador 11.9 (75) def. by NT Thunder 16.13 (109) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 9 June (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 17.11 (113) def. Morningside 15.12 (103) Dittmer Park
Bye: Brisbane Lions

Round 12Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 16 June (10:30 am) UWS Giants 13.15 (93) def. by NT Thunder 22.7 (139) Škoda Stadium
Saturday, 16 June (11:45 am) Queanbeyan 8.12 (60) def. by Southport 17.13 (115) Dairy Farmers Park
Sunday, 17 June (2:00 pm) Ainslie 28.17 (185) def. Tuggeranong 9.8 (62) Ainslie Oval
Bye: Eastlake, Sydney Hills, Sydney Swans, Sydney University
Northern Conference
Saturday, 16 June (10:45 am) Gold Coast 7.8 (50) def. by Brisbane Lions 10.12 (72) H & A Oval
Saturday, 16 June (1:00 pm) Redland 14.12 (96) def. Belconnen 13.12 (90) Tidbold Park
Saturday, 16 June (2:00 pm) Broadbeach 20.6 (126) def. Labrador 15.9 (99) H & A Oval
Sunday, 17 June (1:30 pm) Morningside 17.11 (113) def. by Aspley 18.9 (117) Esplen Oval
Bye: Mount Gravatt

Round 13Edit

Eastern Conference
Friday, 22 June (4:10 pm) Sydney Swans 28.20 (188) def. Sydney University 6.4 (40) Sydney Cricket Ground
Saturday, 23 June (2:00 pm) Ainslie 10.7 (67) def. by Queanbeyan 17.12 (114) Ainslie Oval
Saturday, 23 June (2:00 pm) Tuggeranong 18.10 (118) def. UWS Giants 13.11 (89) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 23 June (2:30 pm) Sydney Hills 9.11 (65) def. Eastlake 14.13 (97) Blacktown International Sportspark
Bye: Belconnen
Northern Conference
Saturday, 23 June (1:30 pm) Southport 13.5 (83) def. by Brisbane Lions 24.18 (162) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 23 June (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 16.11 (107) def. by Labrador 18.8 (116) Dittmer Park
Sunday, 24 June (1:30 pm) Redland 25.13 (163) def. Morningside 11.6 (72) Tidbold Park
Bye: Aspley, Broadbeach, Gold Coast, NT Thunder

Round 14Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 30 June (2:00 pm) Sydney Hills 10.13 (73) def. Ainslie 20.11 (131) Bruce Purser Reserve
Saturday, 30 June (2:00 pm) Eastlake 19.27 (141) def. Sydney University 4.1 (25) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 30 June (4:00 pm) Sydney Swans 18.21 (129) def. UWS Giants 6.6 (42) ANZ Stadium
Sunday, 1 July (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 12.11 (83) def. Belconnen 9.8 (62) Dairy Farmers Park
Northern Conference
Saturday, 30 June (1:00 pm) Morningside 22.15 (147) def. Tuggeranong 15.12 (102) Esplen Oval
Saturday, 30 June (1:30 pm) Aspley 12.12 (84) def. by Broadbeach 12.16 (88) Graham Road
Saturday, 30 June (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 16.17 (113) def. Gold Coast 11.8 (74) TIO Stadium
Sunday, 30 June (11:00 am) Brisbane Lions 34.14 (218) def. Mount Gravatt 7.3 (45) Sherwood Oval
Bye: Labrador, Redland, Southport

Round 15Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 7 July (12:00 pm) Sydney University 8.12 (60) def. by Broadbeach 20.12 (132) Sydney University Oval
Saturday, 7 July (1:00 pm) Sydney Swans 16.7 (103) def. by Brisbane Lions 17.20 (122) Sydney Cricket Ground
Sunday, 8 July (11:00 am) Eastlake 14.8 (92) def. Belconnen 12.11 (83) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 8 July (12:00 pm) Sydney Hills 16.15 (111) def. Tuggeranong 13.17 (95) Bruce Purser Reserve
Bye: Ainslie, Queanbeyan
Northern Conference
Saturday, 7 July (1:30 pm) Labrador 9.9 (63) def. by Southport 19.16 (130) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 7 July (1:30 pm) Redland 17.16 (118) def. Mount Gravatt 14.10 (94) Tidbold Park
Saturday, 7 July (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 21.16 (142) def. Aspley 15.10 (100) TIO Stadium
Sunday, 8 July (11:00 am) Gold Coast 16.7 (103) def. UWS Giants 11.6 (72) Metricon Stadium
Bye: Morningside

Round 16Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 14 July (2:00 pm) Tuggeranong 8.13 (61) def. by Queanbeyan 20.10 (130) Greenway Oval
Saturday, 14 July (2:00 pm) Belconnen 16.12 (108) def. Ainslie 9.7 (61) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 15 July (9:30 am) Sydney University 11.13 (79) def. by UWS Giants 18.18 (126) Škoda Stadium
Bye: Eastlake, Sydney Hills, Sydney Swans
Northern Conference
Saturday, 14 July (1:30 pm) Southport 23.16 (154) def. Morningside 5.11 (41) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 14 July (1:30 pm) Aspley 12.7 (79) def. by Gold Coast 18.7 (115) Graham Road
Saturday, 14 July (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 17.15 (117) def. Labrador 2.8 (20) Leyshon Park
Saturday, 14 July (1:30 pm) Redland 15.13 (103) def. Broadbeach 14.6 (90) Tidbold Park
Bye: Mount Gravatt, NT Thunder

Round 17Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 21 July (12:00 pm) UWS Giants 15.8 (92) def. by Ainslie 17.9 (111) Robertson Oval
Saturday, 21 July (2:00 pm) Eastlake 8.11 (59) def. by Queanbeyan 14.8 (102) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 21 July (2:10 pm) Sydney University 12.11 (83) def. Sydney Hills 8.14 (62) Sydney University Oval
Sunday, 22 July (9:30 am) Sydney Swans 31.11 (197) def. Belconnen 10.6 (66) Sydney Cricket Ground
Bye: Tuggeranong
Northern Conference
Saturday, 21 July (12:30 pm) Gold Coast 15.13 (103) def. Brisbane Lions 14.11 (95) Metricon Stadium
Saturday, 21 July (1:30 pm) Morningside 14.12 (96) def. by Mount Gravatt 20.12 (132) Esplen Oval
Saturday, 21 July (3:20 pm) NT Thunder 11.20 (86) def. Labrador 7.7 (49) Traeger Park
Sunday, 22 July (1:30 pm) Southport 19.12 (126) def. Aspley 11.18 (84) Fankhauser Reserve
Bye: Broadbeach, Redland

Round 18Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 28 July (2:00 pm) Ainslie 26.11 (167) def. Tuggeranong 8.11 (59) Ainslie Oval
Sunday, 29 July (2:00 pm) Belconnen 12.11 (83) def. Eastlake 10.13 (73) Manuka Oval
Bye: Sydney University
Northern Conference
Saturday, 28 July (1:00 pm) Broadbeach 10.11 (71) def. by Queanbeyan 13.14 (92) H & A Oval
Saturday, 28 July (1:00 pm) Labrador 9.13 (67) def. by Sydney Hills 15.12 (102) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 28 July (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 13.6 (84) def. by Brisbane Lions 19.13 (127) Dittmer Park
Saturday, 28 July (3:00 pm) Gold Coast 15.10 (100) def. by Sydney Swans 20.11 (131) Metricon Stadium
Saturday, 28 July (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 23.16 (154) def. UWS Giants 10.12 (72) TIO Stadium
Sunday, 29 July (1:30 pm) Morningside 12.7 (79) def. by Redland 15.16 (106) Esplen Oval
Bye: Aspley, Southport

Round 19Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 4 August (10:30 am) UWS Giants 9.10 (64) def. by Sydney Swans 18.18 (126) Škoda Stadium
Saturday, 4 August (12:00 pm) Sydney Hills 17.11 (113) def. Mount Gravatt 8.13 (61) Bruce Purser Reserve
Saturday, 4 August (2:00 pm) Belconnen 15.13 (103) def. Tuggeranong 14.7 (91) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 4 August (2:10 pm) Sydney University 14.6 (90) def. by Queanbeyan 26.13 (169) Henson Park
Sunday, 5 August (2:00 pm) Eastlake 13.3 (81) def. by Ainslie 14.8 (91) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference
Saturday, 4 August (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 15.10 (100) def. by Morningside 21.7 (133) H & A Oval
Saturday, 4 August (1:30 pm) Labrador 17.10 (112) def. Aspley 17.9 (111) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 4 August (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 12.20 (92) def. Southport 7.8 (50) TIO Stadium
Sunday, 5 August (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 26.11 (167) def. Redland 10.15 (75) Giffin Park
Bye: Gold Coast

Round 20Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 11 August (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 13.11 (89) def. Eastlake 8.12 (60) Dairy Farmers Park
Saturday, 11 August (4:00 pm) Sydney Hills 9.5 (59) def. by Sydney Swans 27.18 (180) ANZ Stadium
Bye: Belconnen, Tuggeranong
Northern Conference
Saturday, 11 August (11:30 am) Labrador 11.8 (74) def. by Redland 17.13 (115) Cooke-Murphy Oval
Saturday, 11 August (12:30 pm) Gold Coast 15.6 (96) def. by UWS Giants 15.12 (102) Metricon Stadium
Saturday, 11 August (1:00 pm) Southport 23.15 (153) def. Sydney University 9.8 (62) Fankhauser Reserve
Saturday, 11 August (1:00 pm) Aspley 11.19 (85) def. by Ainslie 13.14 (92) Graham Road
Saturday, 11 August (1:30 pm) Morningside 12.6 (78) def. by NT Thunder 17.17 (119) Esplen Oval
Sunday, 12 August (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 10.9 (69) def. by Broadbeach 16.18 (114) Dittmer Park
Bye: Brisbane Lions

Round 21Edit

Eastern Conference
Saturday, 18 August (10:00 am) Belconnen 16.18 (104) def. UWS Giants 8.6 (54) Manuka Oval
Saturday, 18 August (11:45 am) Ainslie 19.10 (124) def. Sydney University 8.8 (54) Ainslie Oval
Sunday, 19 August (11:45 am) Eastlake 18.14 (122) def. Sydney Hills 13.9 (87) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 19 August (2:00 pm) Tuggeranong 8.8 (56) def. by Queanbeyan 19.14 (128) Greenway Oval
Northern Conference
Saturday, 18 August (1:30 pm) Aspley 24.16 (160) def. Morningside 15.13 (103) Graham Road
Saturday, 18 August (1:30 pm) Broadbeach 14.11 (95) def. by Southport 16.15 (111) H & A Oval
Saturday, 18 August (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 13.8 (96) def. by Sydney Swans 17.15 (117) Leyshon Park
Saturday, 18 August (1:30 pm) Mount Gravatt 13.16 (94) def. Gold Coast 12.10 (82) Dittmer Park
Saturday, 18 August (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 19.9 (123) def. Redland 5.15 (45) TIO Stadium
Bye: Labrador

LadderEdit

2012 NEAFL Eastern Conference Ladder
Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA PP Pts
1 Queanbeyan (C) 18 15 3 0 2121 1385 153.1 60
2 Sydney Swans 18 14 4 0 2520 1285 196.1 56
3 Ainslie 18 12 6 0 1966 1652 119.0 48
4 Eastlake 18 11 7 0 1733 1479 117.2 44
5 Sydney Hills 18 10 8 0 1829 1784 102.5 40
6 Belconnen 18 6 11 1 1603 1789 89.6 26
7 UWS Giants 18 5 13 0 1390 2195 63.3 20
8 Sydney University 18 3 15 0 1313 2411 54.5 12
9 Tuggeranong 18 1 16 1 1365 2432 56.1 6
Source: www.neafl.com.au
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.
(C) Conference Premiers
2012 NEAFL Northern Conference Ladder
Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA PP Pts
1 NT Thunder 18 15 3 0 2067 1391 148.6 60
2 Brisbane Lions (C, P) 18 14 4 0 2335 1329 175.7 56
3 Southport 18 14 4 0 1978 1329 148.8 56
4 Redland 18 11 6 1 1888 1898 99.5 46
5 Gold Coast 18 9 9 0 1687 1525 110.6 36
6 Labrador 18 9 9 0 1637 1747 93.7 36
7 Broadbeach 18 8 9 1 1776 1823 97.4 34
8 Mount Gravatt 18 5 13 0 1477 2157 68.5 20
9 Aspley 18 4 14 0 1711 2028 84.4 16
10 Morningside 18 3 15 0 1578 2288 69.0 12
Source: www.neafl.com.au
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.
(C) Conference Premiers; (P) Premiers

Finals seriesEdit

Week 1Edit

Eastern Conference Qualifying Final
Saturday, 25 August (11:45 am) Sydney Swans 24.17 (161) def. Ainslie 13.4 (82) Blacktown Olympic Park
Northern Conference Qualifying Final
Saturday, 25 August (1:30 pm) Brisbane Lions 14.18 (102) def. Southport 9.13 (63) Coorparoo Oval
Eastern Conference Elimination Final
Sunday, 26 August (2:00 pm) Eastlake 9.15 (69) def. Sydney Hills 7.12 (54) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference Elimination Final
Sunday, 26 August (1:30 pm) Redland 22.14 (146) def. Gold Coast 6.11 (47) Tidbold Park

Week 2Edit

Eastern Conference Semi-finals
Saturday, 1 September (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 13.5 (83) def. by Sydney Swans 21.12 (138) Manuka Oval
Sunday, 2 September (2:00 pm) Ainslie 11.8 (74) def. by Eastlake 10.15 (75) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference Semi-finals
Saturday, 1 September (6:00 pm) NT Thunder 11.12 (78) def. by Brisbane Lions 17.10 (112) Northline Oval
Sunday, 2 September (1:30 pm) Southport 10.9 (69) def. Redland 9.12 (66) Fankhauser Reserve

Week 3Edit

Eastern Conference Preliminary Final
Saturday, 8 September (2:00 pm) Queanbeyan 14.13 (97) def. Eastlake 10.9 (69) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference Preliminary Final
Saturday, 8 September (1:30 pm) NT Thunder 18.12 (120) def. Southport 12.11 (83) H & A Oval

Week 4Edit

Eastern Conference Grand Final[1]
Sunday, 16 September (2:15 pm) Sydney Swans 13.13 (91) def. by Queanbeyan 18.13 (121) Manuka Oval
Northern Conference Grand Final[2]
Sunday, 16 September (2:00 pm) Brisbane Lions 21.8 (134) def. NT Thunder 10.14 (74) Yeronga

Week 5Edit

NEAFL Grand Final[3]
Saturday, 22 September (11:30 am) Queanbeyan 11.9 (75) def. by Brisbane Lions 22.12 (144) Manuka Oval

Foxtel CupEdit

Round of 16Edit

Game #1 (AFL Rd 1) 31 March 2012
10:05 EST
Morningside 82 – 49
curtain raiser to
Gold Coast v Adelaide
Launceston Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast

match report[dead link]

 
4.3 (27)
6.4 (40)
10.6 (66)
12.10 (82)
match report[dead link] 3.2 (20)
5.4 (34)
6.4 (40)
7.7 (49)
    Goals  
Abey 3, Mugavin 3, Brown 2,
Amos, Bonney, Delbridge, Mollison
  Finch 3, Bristow, Ellis,
Lee, O’Keefe
    Bests  
Bonney, Mugavin, Brown,
Hackett, Elliott, Abey
  Bristow, O’Keefe, Finch,
Wooley, Stephens
Game #4 (AFL Rd 4) 21 April 2012
11:05 EST
Ainslie 48 - 90
stand alone game (note)
West Perth Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney, Blacktown

match report

 
1.0 (6)
2.1 (13)
4.3 (27)
7.6 (48)
match report 4.3 (27)
8.6 (54)
11.8 (74)
13.12 (90)
    Goals  
N.Paine 2, J.Whatman 2, L.Carter,
S.Horner, M.Lawless
  D.Barden 3, M.Johnson 2, A.Strijk 2,
J.Van Berlo 2, M.Mascoulis, S.Nelson,
A.Saylor, K.Shannon
    Bests  
Paine, Whatman, Crook,
Bennett, Walker
  Van Berlo, LeCras, Barden,
Bartholomew, Nelson, Strijk
Game #6 (AFL Rd 6) 5 May 2012
11:05 EST
Sydney Hills 54 - 80
curtain raiser to
Sydney Swans v Adelaide
Mount Gravatt Sydney Cricket Ground

match report

 
1.0 (6)
3.4 (22)
5.9 (39)
7.12 (54)
match report 4.4 (28)
6.8 (44)
9.11 (65)
11.14 (80)
    Goals  
Tungatalum 4, Doyle, Garlick,
Houlihan
  Gilliand 3, Estall 2, Mowat 2,
Furfaro, Jamieson, Smith,
Scott
    Bests  
Tungatalum, Houlihan, Costello,
Turner
  Gilliand, Lake, Bernasconi,
Vearing, Grose, Smith,
Estall
Game #8 (AFL Rd 8) 19 May 2012
10:35 CST
Northern Territory Thunder 49 - 137
curtain raiser to
Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast
Port Melbourne TIO Stadium, Darwin

match report[dead link]

 
3.2 (20)
3.6 (24)
4.7 (31)
7.7 (49)
match report[dead link] 3.2 (20)
8.4 (52)
16.8 (104)
21.11 (137)
    Goals  
Anderson 2, Campbell, Cunningham,
Lawler, McLean, Stokes
  O’Sullivan 7, Williams 3, Hinkley 2,
Woffindin 2, Breust, Dillon,
Gale, Johnston, Langford,
Muling, Scipione
    Bests  
Anderson, Dignan,
Tyrell, McLean, Dunne
  O’Sullivan, Woofindin, Brewer,
Pitt, Williams, Hinkley, Dermott

Quarter-finalsEdit

Qualifying Final #1 (AFL Rd 10)[4] 2 June 2012
11:05 CST
Port Adelaide 60 - 76
curtain-raiser to
Port Adelaide v Carlton
Morningside AAMI Stadium, Adelaide

match report

 
3.0 (18)
4.3 (27)
7.5 (47)
9.6 (60)
match report 4.2 (26)
6.2 (38)
7.3 (45)
12.4 (76)
    Goals  
Rose 3, Wilson 2, Young 2,
Ah Chee, McKenzie
  Abey 5, Mugavin 3, Elliott 2,
McNiece, Upton
    Bests  
Rose, Salopek, Ah Chee,
Young, McKenzie
  Abey, Upton, Shelton,
Bonney, Mugavin, Brown

Semi-finalsEdit

Semi-final #1 (AFL Rd 15)[5] 7 July 2012
11:35 EST
Morningside 40 - 111
stand alone game
Werribee Gabba, Brisbane

match report

 
1.1 (7)
4.1 (25)
6.3 (39)
6.4 (40)
match report 3.5 (23)
5.9 (39)
10.12 (72)
16.15 (111)
    Goals  
Spackman 3, Faure, Shelton,
Starcevich
  McKinley 5, Daw 3, Pedersen 2,
Speight 2, Bolton, Greenwood,
Lynch, Moloney
    Bests  
Spackman, Spaure, Shelton,
Starcevich, McNiece, Bonney
  Pedersen, McKinley, Daw, Speight,
Warren, Sharp, Keras

AwardsEdit

  • The Grogan Medal was shared between Ryan Davey of Labrador, Fraser Pope of Southport and Tom Salter of Redland. All three polled 14 votes to be judged as the best and fairest players in the Northern Conference of the NEAFL.
  • The Mulrooney Medal was won by Shane Harris of the Belconnen. He polled 16 votes to be judged as the best and fairest player in the Eastern Conference of the NEAFL.

Best and fairestEdit

Club Award name Player
Ainslie Hibberson Cup Perpetual Trophy
Aspley Carl Herbert Medal Matt Payne
Belconnen Shane Harris
Brisbane Lions
Broadbeach Syd Guildford Trophy
Eastlake Justin Mesman
Gold Coast
Labrador Danny Newman Medal
Morningside Devery-Kelly Medal
Mount Gravatt Jim Fletcher Medal
NT Thunder Jason Roe
Queanbeyan Tony Wynd Medal
Redland Dowling Medal Scott Clouston
Southport
Sydney Hills Jamie Vlarko
Sydney Swans
Sydney University
Tuggeranong Marc Dragicevic
UWS Giants

Team of the yearEdit

Eastern conferenceEdit

2012 Eastern Conference Team of the Year[6]
B: Dale Walker (Ainslie) Roy Jaques (Queanbeyan) Kade Klemke (Queanbeyan)
HB: Aaron Bruce (Eastlake) Josh Bruce (UWS Giants) Marcus Crook (Ainslie)
C: Toby Conroy (Queanbeyan) Jarred Moore (Sydney Swans) Josh Moody (Eastlake)
HF: Kaine Stevens (Queanbeyan) Jamie Vlatko (Sydney Hills) Nicholas Paine (Ainslie)
F: Mitch Morton (Sydney University) James Kavanagh (Sydney Swans) Shane Harris (Belconnen)
Foll: Jesse White (UWS Giants) William Griggs (Queanbeyan) Tom Ayton (Eastlake)
Int: Alexander Lee (Sydney University) Marc Dragicevic (Tuggeranong) Ryan Brabazon (Eastlake)
Ryan Houlihan (Sydney Hills) Simon Horner (Ainslie) Matthew Porter (Belconnen)
Coach: N/A

Northern conferenceEdit

2012 Northern Conference Team of the Year[6]
B: Danny Wise (Southport) Jason Roe (NT Thunder) Steve Wrigley (Brisbane Lions)
HB: Todd Grayson (Labrador) Wayde Mills (Southport) Adam Oxley (Redland)
C: James Hawksley (Brisbane Lions) Jake Dignan (NT Thunder) Cheynee Stiller (Brisbane Lions)
HF: Matthew Payne (Aspley) Scott Clouston (Redland) Josh Baxter (Southport)
F: Gavin Grose (Mount Gravatt) Darren Ewing (NT Thunder) Sam Faure (Morningside)
Foll: Dylan Reid (Aspley) Andrew McQualter (Gold Coast) Jason Burge(Southport)
Int: Ryan Davey (Labrador) Brad Rees (Redland) Phil Carse (Redland)
Matt Rosier (NT Thunder) Ryan Pantic (Broadbeach)  
Coach: N/A

AFL drafteesEdit

Draft pick Player Club Drafted to
58N Clay Cameron Mount Gravatt Gold Coast
35R Adam Oxley Redland Collingwood
46R Craig Moller Sydney University Fremantle
51R Joseph Redfern Sydney Hills Greater Western Sydney
55R Andrew Boston Broadbeach Gold Coast
63R Jordon Bourke Morningside Brisbane Lions

N – national draft
R – rookie draft

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Source: Eastern Conference Final result
  2. ^ Source: Northern Conference Final result
  3. ^ Source: Grand Final result
  4. ^ "Foxtel Cup Round 2". afl.com.au. 9 May 2012. Archived from the original on 10 May 2012. Retrieved 9 May 2012.
  5. ^ "Foxtel Cup Round 3". afl.com.au. 23 June 2012. Archived from the original on 23 June 2012. Retrieved 23 June 2012.
  6. ^ a b "Team of the Year". NEAFL.com.au. Fox Sports Pulse. Archived from the original on 9 October 2015. Retrieved 13 July 2016.

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