Introduction

The Aussie Rules footy competition (Vietnam Football League) was formed within 12 months of the Australian Base (1st Australian Logistic Support Group) being established in the sand hills on the Back Beach of Vung Tau in early 1966 (it wasn’t the beautiful place it is now!) The base was closed down six years later in March 1972 when the last of the Australian soldiers returned home. Football was last played in 1971.

Vung Tau was not only a major Australian logistical base for supplies, aircraft repairs and support. It was as also an R&R destination for soldiers (US, Australian, NZ, Korean, Vietnamese etc) based around Vietnam. Even the Viet Cong used to use it for leave!

Footy first commenced in Vung Tau when one digger (Private John Heaney, a “Nasho” from 1 Transport Platoon RAASC) was in trouble with his Commanding Officer. The CO gave him an option (actually, two options): organize a game of Aussie Rules Footy or face detention or other penalties! John (who now lives in Geelong) thought about it for a second and chose the first option! Thus the first game of Aussie Rules footy was played in Vung Tau during the latter part of 1966.

1967

A full scale competition was then organized between the various Australian units based in Vung Tau. It commenced in 1967 and ended in 1971. Games were played on Sunday mornings and there were two premiership seasons played most years. The competition was known as the VFL (Vietnam Football League)!

Australian Footy at Vung Tau 1966 or 67 - Photo by Kevin Lewin - in Copyright
Australian Footy at Vung Tau 1966 or 67 - Photo by Kevin Lewin - in Copyright


In the early days of the VFL, most games were played at what is now known as “San Van Dong Lam Son” Stadium (now with a Greyhound Racing Track). Unbelievably, this is same venue that the annual ANZAC Friendship Match is now played.

This ground was fondly known as The Lord Mayor’s Oval by the Australian diggers! As it was a soccer ground, games were played with 14 a side when playing there. No forward or back flanks! Other games were played at the Military Academy (also a soccer field) and later on another soccer ground near the Vung Tau Airbase.

Teams had to take the goal posts with them. The Lord Mayors Oval was usually used as a soccer ground and if we left the posts there they probably would have been stolen for firewood!

Gates to Vung Tau Stadium - 'The Lord Mayor’s Oval ' 1967 - Photo by Laurie Hawkins - in Copyright
Gates to Vung Tau Stadium - 'The Lord Mayor’s Oval ' 1967 - Photo by Laurie Hawkins - in Copyright


The crowds were quite large at times. A lot of diggers not playing would come along. Also locals, South Vietnamese soldiers etc.

Because of the predominance of National Servicemen in our footy teams most of the players were in that 21 to 22 age group. However we did have some 19 & 20 year old Regular soldiers in our team. All teams would have had a few older than 22 Regular soldiers playing as well (if they were good enough!). Probably the RAAF team would have been an older group as National Servicemen were not involved with them.

Aussie Rules Footy Game at Vung Tau (Dec 1967) 2Comp Ord players in red jumpers - Photo by Tony Stove - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Footy Game at Vung Tau (Dec 1967) 2Comp Ord players in red jumpers - Photo by Tony Stove - in Copyright


In 1967, the first of the two premierships was won by the RAAF. Ron Vernon who with his wife Ailsa spends considerable time each year in Vung Tau helping with Orphanages run by My Huong at Vung Tau and Long Hai was a member of that team. A very strong 2 Composite Ordnance Depot team was decimated before the finals when most of their star players went on strike and did not play in the finals! I have no idea what the dispute was about!

Trophy Presentation - May 1967 - Photo by Barrie Thomas Burrill Ward - Source: AWM – Creative Commons Licence
Trophy Presentation - May 1967 - Photo by Barrie Thomas Burrill Ward - Source: AWM – Creative Commons Licence


A photo of a trophy presentation to the RAAF team, with each player holding a miniature trophy, includes soldier footballers from NSW, Qld, SA, Vic and WA and who were coached by a Territorian.

The photo includes Alan Bloxsom (Maryborough, Qld), John Robb (Pearce, WA), Colin Robb (Narrogin, WA), Richard Mattiazzi (Wollongong, NSW), Neville Schroeter (Stockwell, SA), Allan Evans (Essendon, Vic), Les Johnston (Adelaide, SA), Ron Vernon (Ulverstone, Tas), Bob Grandin (Moorabbin, Vic), John Ireland (Blacktown, NSW), Bob Stanton, Mike Harness (Medina, WA) and the team coach Padre Norm Lawless (Darwin, NT)

The second season in 1967 was won by 5 Company RAASC (Service Corp). Terry Holden (who I knew his family in Stawell, Victoria) and a close friend of former Swannies’ President Phil Johns was a member of that premiership team.

Vietnam Football League Premiers Vung Tau 1967 (2nd Season) 5 Coy RAASC - Photo by Terry Holden - in Copyright
Vietnam Football League Premiers Vung Tau 1967 (2nd Season) 5 Coy RAASC - Photo by Terry Holden - in Copyright


1968

In 1968, both Premierships were won by a brilliant Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot). On each occasion they defeated 17 Construction Squadron. Led by their outstanding captain Bob McKenna, the late Tommy Perks, Micky Miller, Dick Johnston, Kevin Judge (cousin of Ken, former Hawthorn player and coach of Hawthorn and West Coast), Steve Costelow, George Soumilas, John Meehan (brother of Simon, ex St Kilda) and many other excellent footballers. The coach was Merv Rudd. The footballers from those teams have been the focal point of reunions held every two years since 1998. Laurie Chick (brother of former Carlton Vice Captain, John Chick) also played in some of these games.

The Lords Mayors Oval was probably about 3kms from the 2AOD base. We were based on the back beach and that oval was in town not far from the front beach in Vung Tau. I suspect the 2nd oval was about the same distance away. Trips to the game were always by truck.
2AOD Boys celebrate another win! - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2AOD Boys celebrate another win! - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright


Most of the Units in Vung Tau were permanent units, but the servicemen were being replaced all year round, so there was always a high turnover of players in all teams. Nothing worse than your star player going home just before a Grand Final! Luckily I wasn’t a star player in my team when I went home before the finals at the end of 1968!! Only five 2AOD players played in both 1968 premierships. These were Bob McKenna (best footballer I saw in the army), Mick Miller, John Cooper, Geoff Walls and Dick Johnston.

Both units in our games provided a goal umpire and a boundary umpire each. One of the units provided a central umpire. We had an umpire Graham Muir (1967 to early 1968) that was an actual central umpire in a local league before being called up. So he was used in all games until he went home. He had all his umpiring gear sent over.

The first 1968 Premiership was played at the Lord Mayors Oval
2AOD VFL Premiers June 1968 Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
2AOD VFL Premiers June 1968 Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright


The Second Premiership was played at the other oval (near the Military Academy)

Aussie Rules Football Grand Final October 1968 - Photo by Kevin Back - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Football Grand Final October 1968 - Photo by Kevin Back - in Copyright


2AOD wins 2nd premiership for 1968. Coach Merv Rudd is chaired off. - Photo by Dennis Dwyer - in Copyright
2AOD wins 2nd premiership for 1968. Coach Merv Rudd is chaired off. - Photo by Dennis Dwyer - in Copyright


2AOD Premiers Vung Tau October 1968 - Photo by Kevin Back - in Copyright
2AOD Premiers Vung Tau October 1968 - Photo by Kevin Back - in Copyright


2AOD Premiers 2nd Grand Final Oct 1968 (Aussie Rules) - Photo from John Barker - in Copyright
2AOD Premiers 2nd Grand Final Oct 1968 (Aussie Rules) - Photo from John Barker - in Copyright


1969

The first of the 1969 premierships was won by the RAAF team. 2AOD’s run came to an end in the preliminary final or, more so the night before that final, when all their star players in the team ignored Captain, John Meehan’s instructions to keep off the grog before the big game! A number of 2AODs diggers had their send off party (before returning to Australia) on that night. Everyone got “blind” except John! John Meehan is now the Senior Pension Officer at Noble Park RSL. Those who know John would have been very impressed with his self-discipline on that occasion (or more so shocked)!

In the second season of 1969, 2AOD returned to the winner’s list but not without a brutal struggle against 17 Construction Squadron. 2AOD’s Captain was Wayne Closter (former Geelong star). In the other team was a brilliant but tough Aboriginal footballer, Glenn James. Glenn later became a very popular VFL Umpire and officiated in two VFL Grand Finals. As there was no trial by video in those days, Glenn was given the job of taking out Wayne Closter at the opening bounce! He did this to perfection and Wayne was useless for the first 3 quarters! At ¾ time the scores were level! Wayne finally came good and kicked 5 goals in the last quarter and 2AOD got home. Wayne and Glenn laugh about it now whenever they see each other but Wayne was not impressed at the time!

Our jumpers were meant to be red! However they were very faded and looked pink! Caused plenty of stirring from the other teams! After Wayne Closter arrived our unit played in Geelong jumpers the club sent over to Wayne. Later they returned to using the red ones when Wayne returned home.

2AOD 1969 VFL Premiers -2nd season Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2AOD 1969 VFL Premiers -2nd season Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection


1970

In 1970, the 2nd Premiership was won by 2AOD. They beat 5 Company RAASC in the Grand Final. We are not sure who won the other or if there was one! This team was captained by John Huggins (whose son is now married to the daughter of Steve Costelow a premiership player in the 2nd 1968 2AOD premiership team). This team included Bill Thompson who played with Essendon (VFL), Williamstown & Dandenong (VFA) and was a Liston Trophy winner in the VFA. Some other stars were Peter Maloney, Frank Reynders and many others. Greg Perry who played with Essendon played with the 110 Signals team that year. Interestingly Greg and I played cricket together at Stawell (Victoria) in the summer of 1965-66 before I was called up for National Service in July 1966. Greg was a tear away opening bowler and I was the wicketkeeper and opening batsman!

2AOD VFL Premiers (Vietnam Football League) 1970 Vung Tau - Photo from Peter Maloney - in Copyright
2AOD VFL Premiers (Vietnam Football League) 1970 Vung Tau - Photo from Peter Maloney - in Copyright


Aussie Rules Footy Vung Tau 1970 - Photo from Darrel Nelson - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Footy Vung Tau 1970 - Photo from Darrel Nelson - in Copyright


1971

We believe there was only one premiership played for in 1971 in which 2AOD, captain/coached by Bill Thompson, beat 110 Signal Squadron in the Grand Final. 110 Sigs was captain/coached by Greg Perry. Greg however won the competition Best and Fairest with Bill runner up! That we understand was the last VFL Grand Final played in Vietnam! Bill and Greg are both great mates now and always attend Essendon Past Players functions together.

110 Signal Squadron - Runners Up VFL Vung Tau 1971 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
110 Signal Squadron - Runners Up VFL Vung Tau 1971 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection


1971-01--2AOD VFL Premiers 1971 (Feb) at Vung Tau over 110 Signal Squadron (Bill Thompson) - in Copyright
1971-01--2AOD VFL Premiers 1971 (Feb) at Vung Tau over 110 Signal Squadron (Bill Thompson) - in Copyright


Review

Units that competed in the competition over those years were:

Team Uniforms
2 Composite Ordnance Depot (1967 - changed name to 2AOD in 1968) Originally Red (faded to pink) with white collar at first, then red (faded to pink) jumpers with blue “V” and a blue number.
2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot)
17 Construction Squadron (Royal Australian Engineers) Light Blue with Red Collar & red number
1 Field Hospital/8 Field Ambulance (Australian Army Hospital)
RAAF Bluish Grey
5 Company RAASC (Royal Australian Army Service Corps) Blue with Gold Sash in 1967 & 68
102 Field Workshops (Royal Australian Electrical & Mechanical Engineers)
110 Signal Squadron (Royal Australian Corps of Signals) Black uniforms with a white loop around the chest


Note that at times teams played in Black & Yellow (same as Richmond), Red, Black & White (same as St. Kilda), Green Army Singlets, Red with Yellow “V” & yellow number and White tops but as yet these teams are not identified. When Wayne Closter was captain of 2AOD, Geelong sent over a set of Cats jumpers but when Wayne left they reverted to the red (faded to pink) jumpers with a blue “V” & blue number.

There may have been other units for some seasons as well.

The standard of football in the Vietnam Football League was very high. This was mostly due to the high quality of the “Nashos” drafted into the army! The competition was fierce! Rivalry between units was intense!

As for the author, I was a “Nasho” who served in Vietnam. I played in the 2 Composite Ordnance team in 2nd half of 1967 and in the 2AOD team in the first half of 1968. I returned to Australia on the eve of the first final and thus missed playing in the first premiership of 1968!

I have a strong connection with Vietnam as my wife (I met Sinh in 2002 and married her 2005) is Vietnamese. She worked in the Orderly Room at the Peter Badcoe Club for the Australian Army on the Back Beach of Vung Tau from 1968 to 1972.

Reunions


In 1998 the old football competition served another purpose when Kevin Judge (based in Perth at the time) and I organised a reunion of ex team mates, many of whom had not seen each other since the war. Footy was a great way to maintain our spirit when we were in Vietnam and over time has continued to play that role.

1998 Reunion


2AOD 1967-68 Aussie Rules Footy Reunion Melbourne March 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2AOD 1967-68 Aussie Rules Footy Reunion Melbourne March 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright

1998 Reunion-Former 2AOD Aussie Rules Players Vung Tau Vietnam at Reunion in Melbourne 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
1998 Reunion-Former 2AOD Aussie Rules Players Vung Tau Vietnam at Reunion in Melbourne 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
1998 Reunion-Celebration Cake (30 years) 2AOD 1967-68 Footy Reunion Melbourne March 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
1998 Reunion-Celebration Cake (30 years) 2AOD 1967-68 Footy Reunion Melbourne March 1998 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright


2008 Reunion

2008 Reunion-2AOD Footballers 40 years on at Perth Reunion in 2008 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2008 Reunion-2AOD Footballers 40 years on at Perth Reunion in 2008 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright


2009 Reunion

2009 Reunion-John Cooper, Stan Middleton, Bob McKenna, John Bell 2AOD 1967-68 Footy Reunion - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2009 Reunion-John Cooper, Stan Middleton, Bob McKenna, John Bell 2AOD 1967-68 Footy Reunion - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2009 Reunion-Mick Miller, Turk Fogarty, Glenn James, Laurie Chick, Stan Middleton - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2009 Reunion-Mick Miller, Turk Fogarty, Glenn James, Laurie Chick, Stan Middleton - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright


My meeting with Greg Perry & 3 other 110 Sigs players in 2012 in Melbourne inspired them to organise their own footy reunion from 1971. That was the first time Greg & I had seen each other since we played cricket together in Stawell in 1966! Interestingly I watched almost every game Greg played for Essendon as I am a Bomber supporter as I went to the footy every week in those days!

2012 Reunion-Greg Perry, Ian Nichols, Russ Topp & Rick Neilson 21 Nov 2012 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2012 Reunion-Greg Perry, Ian Nichols, Russ Topp & Rick Neilson 21 Nov 2012 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2012 Reunion-Stan Middleton, Greg Perry & Ian Nichols (21 November 2012) Melbourne - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2012 Reunion-Stan Middleton, Greg Perry & Ian Nichols (21 November 2012) Melbourne - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright


Stan Middleton
Melbourne, Australia



Note - Stan’s story has been growing since it first appeared on the Vietnam Swans website in 2011. A more recent version appeared in the 2013 ANZAC Friendship Match footy record.



Table 1: Vietnam Football League Premierships
Year Season Premier
1967 1st RAAF
1967 2nd 5 Company RAASC (Service Corp).
1968 1st Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot).
1968 2nd Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot).
1969 1st RAAF
1969 2nd Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot).
1970 1st ? (Possibly not played)
1970 2nd Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot).
1971 1st Ordnance team 2AOD (2nd Advanced Ordnance Depot).



Stan Middleton

Stan is now the official historian for the old Vietnam Football League and has been instrumental in the organisation of reunions of old players, and in connecting the current Vietnam Swans to their past.

The guest speaker’s speech at the McMillan Dinner after the Annual ‘ANZAC Friendship Matches’ played each year in Vietnam are named in his honour. It is called “The Middleton Address”. In 2014 the “The Middleton Address” will be given by AFL Legend Alex Jesaulenko.

Stan Middleton ready to play footy for 2AOD 1968 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
Stan Middleton ready to play footy for 2AOD 1968 - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright



Stan’s Flickr Collections

Stan continues to collect and scan photos.
You can see more photos on his Flickr sites:

Image Vietnam Sports photos (mostly footy)

Image Full Vietnam Collections


More Photos


2Comp Ord Aussie Rules Team 1967-02-2 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2Comp Ord Aussie Rules Team 1967-02-2 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2Comp Ord 1967 playing footy in Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2Comp Ord 1967 playing footy in Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
Medivac Chopper - by Peter Carthew - in Copyright
Medivac Chopper - by Peter Carthew - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Vung Tau 1967 - From Barry Burgess - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Vung Tau 1967 - From Barry Burgess - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Vung Tau 1967 - by Peter Carthew 2 Comp Ord - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Vung Tau 1967 - by Peter Carthew 2 Comp Ord - in Copyright
2Comp Ord 1967 playing footy against another Aussie unit in Vung Tau - by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2Comp Ord 1967 playing footy against another Aussie unit in Vung Tau - by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2AOD playing 5Coy RAASC at Vung Tau in 1968 - by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2AOD playing 5Coy RAASC at Vung Tau in 1968 - by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
2AOD playing another Aussie Unit at Aussie Rules Footy in Vung Tau 1968 - by Gary Dobson - in Copyright
2AOD playing another Aussie Unit at Aussie Rules Footy in Vung Tau 1968 - by Gary Dobson - in Copyright
Vung Tau Stadium at 3 Qtr Time May 1968 (Stan Middleton at front on right) - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
Vung Tau Stadium at 3 Qtr Time May 1968 (Stan Middleton at front on right) - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2AOD Boys after another win May 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2AOD Boys after another win May 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2AOD Footy Team June 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
2AOD Footy Team June 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
Vung Tau Footy Game June 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
Vung Tau Footy Game June 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Oct 1968 at Vung Tau - Photo from John Kalnins - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Oct 1968 at Vung Tau - Photo from John Kalnins - in Copyright
Aussie Rules (VFL) Grand Final Oct 1968 2AOD beat 17 Const Sqn - by Graham Dicker - in Copyright
Aussie Rules (VFL) Grand Final Oct 1968 2AOD beat 17 Const Sqn - by Graham Dicker - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Vung Tau Oct 1968 - by John Kalnins 2AOD - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Vung Tau Oct 1968 - by John Kalnins 2AOD - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Oct 1968 at Vung Tau - by John Kalnins 2AOD - in Copyright
Aussie Rules Grand Final Oct 1968 at Vung Tau - by John Kalnins 2AOD - in Copyright
Kevin Back & Bob McKenna after 2AOD won the Grand Final Oct 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
Kevin Back & Bob McKenna after 2AOD won the Grand Final Oct 1968 - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection
ARVN Soldiers at Aussie Rules Footy Grand Final in Vung Tau Oct 1968 - by Graham Dicker - in Copyright
ARVN Soldiers at Aussie Rules Footy Grand Final in Vung Tau Oct 1968 - by Graham Dicker - in Copyright
from Peter Carthew 2 Comp Ord 1967 - Stan Middleton Collection
from Peter Carthew 2 Comp Ord 1967 - Stan Middleton Collection
from Terry Maher 2AOD Vung Tau 1967-68 - Stan Middleton Collection
from Terry Maher 2AOD Vung Tau 1967-68 - Stan Middleton Collection
1968 The Big Men Fly at Vung Tau - Stan Middleton Collection
1968 The Big Men Fly at Vung Tau - Stan Middleton Collection
VFL Premiership Badge 1968 (John Meehan)
VFL Premiership Badge 1968 (John Meehan)
17 Construction Squadron Team after losing the Grand Final to 2AOD in Oct 1968 in Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
17 Construction Squadron Team after losing the Grand Final to 2AOD in Oct 1968 in Vung Tau - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
1968-01-2AOD Aussie Rules Footy Team Vung Tau May 1968 (Stan Middleton's last game before RTA) - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
1968-01-2AOD Aussie Rules Footy Team Vung Tau May 1968 (Stan Middleton's last game before RTA) - Photo by Stan Middleton - in Copyright
Aussie Rules game at Vung Tau 1969 - by Neville Barnier - in Copyright
Aussie Rules game at Vung Tau 1969 - by Neville Barnier - in Copyright
Members of 110 Signals Squadron (wearing black and white uniforms) playing an Australian Rules football match against a team from the RAAF. - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
Members of 110 Signals Squadron (wearing black and white uniforms) playing an Australian Rules football match against a team from the RAAF. - Unknown Photographer - Stan Middleton Collection - in Copyright
110 Signal Squadron getting ready for GF against 2AOD 1971 - Rick Neilson 110 Sigs 1970-71 - in Copyright
110 Signal Squadron getting ready for GF against 2AOD 1971 - Rick Neilson 110 Sigs 1970-71 - in Copyright
110 Sigs Captain Greg Perry inspects Balls before the Grand Final in Vung Tau 1971 - Rick Neilson - in Copyright
110 Sigs Captain Greg Perry inspects Balls before the Grand Final in Vung Tau 1971 - Rick Neilson - in Copyright
110 Sigs Footy Truck ready to depart for the 1971 VFL Grand Final in Vung Tau against 2AOD - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
110 Sigs Footy Truck ready to depart for the 1971 VFL Grand Final in Vung Tau against 2AOD - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
110 Sigs v another Aussie Unit in VFL game at Vung Tau 1970 or 71 - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
110 Sigs v another Aussie Unit in VFL game at Vung Tau 1970 or 71 - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
110 Sigs v another Aussie Unit in VFL game at Vung Tau 1970 or 71 - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
110 Sigs v another Aussie Unit in VFL game at Vung Tau 1970 or 71 - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
Greg Perry (110 Sigs) receives medal for B&F in VFL after Grand Final in Vung Tau 1971 - Rick Neilson 110 Sigs 1970-71 - in Copyright
Greg Perry (110 Sigs) receives medal for B&F in VFL after Grand Final in Vung Tau 1971 - Rick Neilson 110 Sigs 1970-71 - in Copyright
VFL Grand Final 1971 at Vung Tau 110 Sigs v 2AOD - Ian Patterson - in Copyright
VFL Grand Final 1971 at Vung Tau 110 Sigs v 2AOD - Ian Patterson - in Copyright







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