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Member of the VAFA 300 Game Club, having played 317 games for the Commonwealth Bank Amateur Football Club. Commonwealth Bank morphed into a new side known as Southbank.

He served on the WFC Board in many roles from 1988 to 2001, including as club President from 1991 to 1997. He was awarded Life Membership of the WFC in 1999. The Club plays in the Adelaide Footy League, with its senior teams in Division 4, 4Res and C4. When the Commonwealth Bank club disbanded in 1957 Hyde Park acquired the lease of Webb Oval from the Burnside Council and shared it with Gartrell Memorial who played in the United Church Association. He then turned his attention to off-field service, having served as President of both clubs among many other roles.

The Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) is the largest senior community Australian rules football competition in Australia and consists of seven senior men's and women's sections ranging from Premier to Division 4.. It is First Commonwealth Bank. The next year Tony joined the committee quickly putting his stamp on the club.

FCB - First Commonwealth Bank.

The old Commonwealth Bank building is ideally located at the top end of the Smith Street Mall, and within easy walking distance of the Darwin CBD.

The name Glenunga is taken from an Aboriginal language “unga” meaning near and “glen” because of its proximity to Glen Osmand. 94 likes. Commonwealth Bank morphed into a new side known as Southbank. While playing for Comm Bank Tony had a firm grip on the club Best and Fairest winning the top award on no less than four occasions – 1965, 1967, 1968 ,and again in 1973. While playing for Comm Bank Tony had a firm grip on the club Best and Fairest winning the top award on no less than four occasions – 1965, 1967, 1968 ,and again in 1973.

Tony’s initial dalliance with the club was as a quiet spectator watching games featuring his son Matthew, the committee of the time got him out of the car and that was it! Glenunga is a small southern suburb of Adelaide, located 3 km east of Adelaide’s CBD. He was remembered by teammate Ray “Action” Edwards as a talented centremen with a magnificent raking drop kick. Clarence Ian McCann (28 August 1933 – 16 February 2018) was an Australian rules footballer who played for the Hawthorn Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL). He became president in 1991 staying in that role through to 1997 overseeing two senior premierships in that time. Home Ground membership@commonwealthsportsclub.com Nicknamed the Rams, and donning the ‘Double Blue’, we have never forgotten the rich history and strong culture the club was founded on.

Webb Oval, Conyngham Street, Glenunga.

These have now been demolished to make way for a Community Club incorporating new clubrooms and changerooms.

1960, 1961, 1965, 1977, 1987, 1995, Lions avoid financial disaster despite pandemic, Star skipper feels rested Cats are poised to pounce, MEGA-PREVIEW: Power v Cats, stats that matter, who wins and why. Since stepping down from the committee Tony remained an active member of the club providing valuable guidance and input for all. First Commonwealth Bank listed as FCB. Home » Latest News » Vale Tony Borrack (1940-2020). © Copyright 2020 VAFA | All Rights Reserved, Melbourne South Football Facilities Strategy, Melbourne East Football Facilities Strategy.

Premierships Location He was instrumental in appointing both of those premiership coaches in Peter Hannan and Des Meagher.