HISTORY

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1980 - 1989

1990 - 1999

2000 - present


1980's

1980 Inaugural meeting at Nhill (vic) on 29.08.80 to form superules
1981 Vic Metropolitan Superules competition commenced.
1983 Federal Superules Football Club was formed.
1984 Superules games played for points and percentage.
1985 Federal Superules win Vic Metro Superules premiership. Federals played Diamond Valley at Cheltenham
FEDERAL 3.3 6.7 9.8 12.13.85
DIAMOND VALLEY 0.2 4.2 6.4 07.10.52
Click for 1985 GRAND FINAL team
1986 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
1987 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
1988 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
1989 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.

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1990's

1990 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 12 teams.
Federal Superules wins metro superules premiership against Diamond Valley at Cheltenham football ground.
FEDERAL 2.0 4.3 9.3 12.5.77
DIAMOND VALLEY 3.4 5.6 5.6 6.7.44
Click for 1990 GRAND FINAL team
1991 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 12 teams.
Michael McNicholas wins the Metro Superules Best & Fairest award.
1992 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 12 teams.
Brian Quinn elected on the execuctive committee of Vic Metro 1992 - 1997
1993 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 8 teams.
Federal Superules wins Metro Superules Premiership against Sunbury, played at Arden St Oval, North Melbourne.
FEDERAL 12.14.86
SUNBURY 06.07.43
Click for 1993 GRAND FINAL team
Graham DeBois wins the division 1 Metro Superules Best & Fairest award.
1994 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
1995 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
Garry Norton wins division 1 Metro Superules Best & Fairest award.
Brian Quinn awarded Metro Superules life membership & elected vice President of Vic Metro 1995 - 1996
1996 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams.
Federals play for the last time at Oak St. Beaumaris.
Greg Berger resigns after 4 years as President.
1997 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams. Federals finished 8th.
Federals relocate to Cheltenham Football Club.
Greg Berger awarded Merto Superules life membership.
Brian Quinn elected president of Vic Metro.
1998 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams. Federals finished 7th.
1999 Played in Division 1, which consisted of 10 teams. Federals finished 6th.

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2000's

2000 Federals finished 3rd and played Oak Park in the semi final at Port Melbourne.
FEDERALS 06.06.42
OAK PARK 07.13.55
Frank Rugolo kicked 3.0 goals.
2001 Federals finished 3rd and played Footscray in the semi final at Parkdale.
FEDERALS 06.06.42
FOOTSCRAY 13.13.91
Russell Mead awarded Metro Superules life membership.
2002 Federals finished 6th out of 10 teams in division 1.
Charlie Saliba & Robert Tinsley awarded Metro Superules life membership.
2001 Federals finished bottom in division 1 with only 1 win against Diamond Valley.
FEDERALS 09.08.62
DIAMOND VALLEY 01.03.09
2004 Federals relocate to Hampton Football Club.
Federals dropped to division 2.
Federals change their name to Federal Bayside Superules.
The club had a successful season under the coach Andrew Howes, Federals finished 3rd and played in the elimination final against Nth Essendon.
FEDERALS 11.12.78
NTH ESSENDON 09.08.62

Federal played Collegians in the Grand Final.
FEDERALS 06.03.39
COLLEGIANS 12.16.88
Edward Fischer awarded club Best & Fairest and Vic Metro Division 2 Best & Fairest.
2005

Federals had another successful season under the coach of Andrew Howes & assistant coach Bert Calvert. At the end of the season the club ended on top of the ladder with only one loss to Parkdale. The elimination final was played against Peninsula Raiders with the result
FEDERALS 12.07.79
PENINSULA 03.07.25

Federal played Ascot Vale in the Grand Final.
FEDERALS 09.08.62
COLLEGIANS 05.06.36
Click for 2005 GRAND FINAL team

2006

Federals now playing in division one.
Club starts masters side.

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SUNDAY 15th August 2010

vs
Northern Saints @
home
Peterson St Reserve
Cnr Peterson St & Highett Rd, Highett

Game starts at 2:30pm
Players to arrive no later than 1:15pm

IMPORTANT:

As this is our last game for the season we would like family and friends to come cheer the guys on.

The club is pleased to advise that after the game, all paid up members and their families will receive free food and drinks as a way of saying thanks.