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2019 Fixture

Round 2- Saturday 6th April
Western Eagles vs. Lorne (IRR)

Round 3 – Saturday 13th April
Lorne vs. Apollo Bay (STR)

Round 1 – Saturday 20th April
Lorne vs Birregurra (STR)

Round 4 – Saturday 27th April
South Colac vs. Lorne (ELL)

Round 5 – Saturday 4th May
Lorne vs. Otway Districts (STR)

Round 6 – Saturday 11th May
Alvie vs. Lorne (ALR)

INTERLEAGUE- Saturday 18th May
Colac & District FNL vs. MCFNL (TBC)

Round 7 – Saturday 25th May
Lorne vs. Irrewarra-Beeac (STR)

Round 8 – Saturday 1st June
Simpson vs. Lorne (SIR)

Round 9 – Saturday 8th June
Lorne vs. Colac Imperials (STR)

Round 10 – Saturday 15th June
Birregurra vs. Lorne (BIR)

Round 11 – Saturday 22nd June 
Lorne vs. Western Eagles (STR)

Round 12 – Saturday 29th June 
Apollo Bay vs. Lorne (ABR)

Round 13 – Saturday 6th July
Lorne vs. South Colac (STR)

Round 14 – Saturday 13th July 
Otway Districts vs. Lorne (GEL)

Round 15 – Saturday 20th July 
Lorne vs. Alvie (STR)

Round 16 – Saturday 27th July 
Irrewarra-Beeac vs. Lorne (WAR)

Round 17 – Saturday 3rd August 
Lorne vs. Simpson (STR)

Round 18 – Saturday 10th August 
Colac Imperials vs. Lorne (WES)

Qualifying 17/08/2019 Central Reserve
Elimination 18/08/2019 Central Reserve
1st Semi 24/08/2019 Central Reserve
2nd Semi 25/08/2019 Central Reserve
Prelim Final 31/08/2019 Central Reserve
Grand Final 07/09/2019 Central Reserve

The earliest record of a Lorne team dates back to the late 1850's.

To keep the local cricket team fit, a football team was organised. Players formed teams and played against each other.

Before the current location of Stribling Reserve all competition took place on the foreshore.

In 1919 Lorne competed in the Winchelsea Association along with Winchelsea, Birregurra, Wensleydale and Deans Marsh. Lorne’s colours were red and blue in this competition.



David Wyles – 700

Martin Stewart v Forrest at Lorne 1997

Lorne 37 : 26 : 248 def Beeac 5 : 7 : 37 – 1980

Round 1, 2001 until the 2002 Grand Final

CAM’s activities focus on developing, managing and sustaining capital across a portfolio of Agriculture, Private Equity and Property assets.

Each and every one of our relationships is built on great knowledge, great advice and great results.​

gd construction is a young and enthusiastic building company with bases in Lorne and Melbourne, specialising in contemporary and modern houses.

Combining breathtaking views, friendly atmosphere, and the most luxurious Great Ocean Road accommodation available.

Great Ocean Road Cottages are charming, small early style Australian Cottages, centrally located in the lovely township of Lorne, where the bushland meets the Ocean.

Buxton Construction is consistently recognised and rewarded for professionalism and excellence, offering the right combination of understanding and innovation.

Lorne Breadown and Towing provide products and services such as emergency roadside and home assistance, insurance and finance, resorts, other leisure and travel services, home security, drive school and vehicle inspections.

Home Timber & Hardware is the home of quality products and expert advice. Our wide range of timber, hardware and building materials also comes with the promise of friendly, personal service.

Ultradata is a banking technology solution partner that delivers state-of-the-art software solutions, business consulting and digital services for the banking and consumer finance industry.

The Grand Pacific Hotel offers great accommodation value, in either the hotel rooms in the original hotel or self contained apartments located next to the hotel.

Ultra Football is the new destination in australia for the devoted football fan. born out of our enthusiasm for the sport it is our goal to capture the hearts and minds of fans, clubs and individuals alike.

Balmain & Co. develops and builds bespoke, contemporary projects with a commitment to controlling quality. They are passionate about construction, achieving quality outcomes and exceeding clients’ expectations.

With great food, a number of bars to enjoy a drink, and an indoor playground for the kids – it’s all right at your fingertips when you stay at Lorne Hotel

Offering electrifying outdoor experiences in the heart of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Region, Live Wire Park is the first completely off-grid elevated adventure park in Australia.

The Lorne Pharmacy is full of all those things you love to need and open every day.

Bowden Corp delivering value managed construction solutions through innovation, creativity and team work.

Riordan Fuels services Victoria and NSW with innovative fuelling solutions that keep prices competitive. A family owned business, we specialise in express self-serve diesel, bulk diesel delivery and local service stations.

Trickey Bros. provides plumbing, roofing, drainage, gas and civil construction, both on domestic and commercial levels to the Surfcoast Shire and surrounding areas.

Unlike any other supermarket brand in Australia, every store in FoodWorks is different and each have a strong sense of independence, which gives them full flexibility to tailor their store to their local community’s needs.

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3D Glass & Aluminium Concepts is a locally owned and operated company, providing quality service and excellent workmanship.

Louttit Bay Bakery offers a daily selection of baked breads, homemade soup and gourmet pies. Great lunch stop!

Mike Brady
Lorne No.1 ticket holder
“We love supporting LFNC when in town, Our only disappointment is that we can not get there to watch games and generally be part of it due to our work commitments. You have a great club with a diverse range of supporters, players & officials. This mixture of unusual personalities draws us to the club."
Brian Taylor
"The LFNC is the heartbeat of the town, it’s where you need to be if you plan on being part of the local community. Let’s face it, the young people run the town… they supply all the food, they supply all the trades, they hog all the waves and they do a great job representing Lorne FNC. It's exciting to visit the club when I'm in town.”
Mick Turner

Lorne Football Netball Club

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Postal Address
P.O. Box 140 Lorne 3232

Maxine Spizzica – 0409 320 132