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Ottawa Swans
Names
Full name Ottawa Swans Australian Football Club
Nickname(s) Swans, Swannies
Season 2009
Top goalkicker Darren Roffey
Best & Fairest Luke Walsh
Club Details
Founded 2006
Colours Red      and White     
Competition Ontario Australian Football League
Chairman Ray Kaduck
Coach Chris MacLean
Captain(s) Luke Walsh / Ryan Gregory
Ground(s) Rideau Carleton Raceway
Other information
Official website www.ottawaswans.com
Guernsey:
Ottawa Swans Jumper 2008.svg

The Ottawa Swans are an Australian rules football club based in Ottawa, Canada.

The club is notable as being the first and currently only Australian rules football club to represent the city of Ottawa.

The Ottawa Swans Australian Football Club played 3 exhibition games in 2007 before becoming a not-for-profit society in 2008. It entered the Ontario Australian Football League as a member team in 2008, playing home games on a pitch built in the infield of the Rideau Carleton Raceway in Ottawa's south end.

The inaugural team of the Ottawa Swans Australian Football Club was led on the field by Captain Steve Spurrell and coached by Richard Keane, who also played in the majority of games.

The Swans first victory (as part of the Ontario Australian Football League) occurred on the 11th of July, 2009 in the 3rd annual Canada Day Cup. The swans defeated the Guelph Gargoyles 13.8.86 to 3.7.25 at the Rideau Carleton Raceway. It took the Swans 20 games to get their first win (13 losses in the first season and 6 in the second).

The Swans posted the first away victory in round 10 of the 2009 season against the High Park Demons at Humber College North. The final score was 12.6.78 to 3.7.25 .

Contents

Club Awards

Best & Fairest

  • 2009 Luke Walsh
  • 2008 Luke Walsh

Runner Up

  • 2009 Darren Roffey & Rich Keane
  • 2008 Darren Roffey

Rookie Of The Year

  • 2009 Ryan Nader & Sean Robertson-Tait
  • 2008 Ryan 'Razor' Gregory

Most Consistent

  • 2009 Darren Roffey
  • 2008 Richard Keane

Best Canadian

  • 2009 Chris Lockhart
  • 2008 Jake Plunkett-Latimer

League Awards

OAFL Rookie Of The Year

  • 2008 Ryan Gregory

OAFL All-Star Team

  • 2008 Ryan Gregory (Bench)

Northwind (National Canadian Team) Players

  • 2009 Ryan Gregory, Chris Lockhart, Graeme Millen

Club Honour Board

Year Finishing position President Coach Captain(s) Best and Fairest Leading Goalkicker Canadian Of The Year Rookie Of The Year
2008 10th Ray Kaduck Richard Keane Steve Spurrell Luke Walsh Darren Roffey (21) Jake Plunkett-Latimer Ryan Gregory
2009 8th Ray Kaduck Corey Bowen Luke Walsh/Ryan Gregory Luke Walsh Darren Roffey (17) Chris Lockhart Ryan Nader/Sean Robertson-Tait
2010 Ray Kaduck Chris MacLean Ryan Gregory/Chris Lockhart

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