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KEY FACTS

Known as
Eudunda

Formed
1893

Disbanded
2010: merged with Robertstown

Colours
Red and white

Emblem
Roosters

Affiliation (Current)
North Eastern Football League (NEFL) 1893–2024

Senior Premierships
North Eastern Football Association (NEFA) - 1915 (1 total); County Eyre Football Association - 1931, 1938-9, 1945-6 (5 total); Mid North Football Association (MNFA) - 1951 (1 total); Barossa and Light Football League (B&LFL) - 1959-60, 1978, 1981-2 (5 total)

Eudunda

Few clubs can have had as peripatetic an existence as Eudunda. Between 1910 and 1993 the club competed in no fewer than half a dozen different competitions. One wonders whether all this moving about undermined the club’s effectiveness as its tally of senior grade premierships -- thirteen -- whilst respectable, is perhaps not as substantial as might be expected. In addition to the thirteen flags the Roosters have been losing grand finalists a total of eleven times.

Between 1993 and 2009 Eudunda was a member of the North Eastern Football League, and apart from losing grand final against North Clare in 1994 the club generally struggled. After the 2009 season the Roosters merged with Robertstown of the Mid Murray Football Association after that competition was dissolved.

Source

John Devaney - Full Points Publications


 

Footnotes

* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.