Lilydale Football Club


Lilydale Football Club

The Lilydale Football Club is an Australian rules football club located in the outer eastern Melbourne suburb of Lilydale. Known as the "Falcons", the club fields both senior and junior teams the Eastern Football League. In 2006, The Falcons made it to the division one finals for the time in its history. They also backed that up the following year, However both years they were knocked out in the first game against Eat Ringwood and EFL new comers, Balwyn. Former Coach Brett Fisher was rewarded both years by being named SEN division one coach of the year. Their current coach is former AFL Ruckman Justin Charles. They have so far struggled in 2008 and currently have a 3-9 record. This has led to some experts saying though that they are the best 3-9 team ever in the league.

Former Notable Players

* Fraser Brown - Carlton 177 games, 1995 Premiership
* Adrian Cox - Hawthorn 54 games


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