Superules journey commences and the early incarnation was formed from retired
Reservoir Football Club players as the Reservoir Superules.
kicks 39 goals to take out the Division 2 League Goalkicking.
incorporates with West Preston to attract players from a wider pool. They
become known as Reservoir-West Preston Superules.
Coburg win their inaugural premiership defeating Balwyn 10.18.78
to 6.9.39 in Division 2.
Ross Fairweather wins the league goalkicking
with 70 goals.
is growing and a second team is introduced to the Club, Masters (Over 40s)
Coburg Supers win
back to back flags in Division 2 trouncing Balwyn by 8 goals the final scores
Coburg 11.9.75 to Balwyn 3.9.27.
Gary Busst wins the Vic Metro Division 2 Best & Fairest.
Ross Fairweather backs up his goalkicking
efforts from the previous season winning the award again.
Glen Kiley wins
the League Best & Fairest in Division 1.
was established as the club name to reach a wider area and capture players
from the whole of Darebin region.
In the same year
Darebin Mustangs made the Grand Final but finish Runners Up.
continues to grow and a third team is introduced to the Club, Legends (Over
second on the ladder in the home and away season and go on to defeat Northern
Districts in Division 2 Grand Final. A 7 goal third quarter saw Coburg
15.10-100 defeat Northern Districts 9.9.63 to run out Premiers for third
Prior to that in
Semi Final Coburg 10.13-73 outclassed Frankston 4.7-31.
In that same
season Mick Noble wins the League Goal Kicking, kicking 34 goals.
Mick Noble wins
the League Goal Kicking again, this time in Division 1, kicking 34 goals.
Coburg are Runners Up in the Division 1 Grand Final.
Coburg Finish 7th
on 16 points with 4 wins and 5 losses
relocate to Coburg City Oval and became part of the Coburg Football Club (VFL)
family to form the Coburg Superules Football Club. The most significant move
in the history of the Club.
Coburg finish 5th
of 18 points with 4 wins, 5 losses and a draw.
Coburg finish 8th
in an 11 team competition with 4 wins and 7 losses.
listed player Adam Bruni takes over as Supers
The Legends team
moves from Over 47s to Over 50s. Over 47s is abolished by the League.
Club stalwarts Chris
Spencer and Rohan Preston call time on the game and make their retirements.
The Supers finish
9th but have a very productive season, the Reserves finish 10th, whilst the
Legends have a season beyond expectation finishing 4th.
Rod Craig takes
out the Over 50's League Best & Fairest polling 22 votes and winning by a
nine vote margin.
Noble (Supers) finishes third in the competition goalkicking
on 21 goals.